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New England Scene; St. Augustine


Rev. William England, Chaplain, Boston University interviewed in his home by Ted Mascott. England talks of returning to St.. Augustine "this afternoon" at the request of the SCLC and Martin Luther King specifically, who along with Rev. Ralph Abernathy and others are beginning more demonstrations "tomorrow" (6/9/1964) in an effort to end segregation in St. Augustine.

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New England Scene
St. Augustine
Series Description

Radio series. Series release date: 1964

Program Description

Radio. Series of interviews and broadcasts following up on the series "Dateline St. Augustine" about the efforts of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), academic and clergy demonstrators from New England, and other groups, demonstrating and calling for an end to segregation in St. Augustine, FL during the late spring and early summer of 1964.



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Broadcast program

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Chicago: “New England Scene; St. Augustine,” 06/08/1964, GBH Archives, accessed February 28, 2021,
MLA: “New England Scene; St. Augustine.” 06/08/1964. GBH Archives. Web. February 28, 2021. <>.
APA: New England Scene; St. Augustine. Boston, MA: GBH Archives. Retrieved from
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