The Failure to See: Jews, Blacks, and the Ocean Hill-Brownside Controversy, 1968

By Jerald E. Podair

American Jewish Committee (AJC), Summer 1992

This report describes the social implications of the Ocean Hill-Brownsville controversy, in which a local school board attempted to remove 19 members of the city's teacher's union, the predominantly Jewish United Federation of Teachers (UFT).

Topic: Race, Corruption, Antisemitism, Labor, Employment, Unions, Jobs

Page Number(s): 1--16

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Genre: Report

Coverage: United States

Language: English

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Podair, Jerald E. The Failure to See: Jews, Blacks, and the Ocean Hill-Brownside Controversy, 1968. American Jewish Committee (AJC). Summer 1992: 1--16. http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=13850


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