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1. A Plea for Negro Children in Kansas City A Plea for Negro Children in Kansas City March/1/1924 Discussion of inequalities in hospital service.

2. Behavioral Objectives in an Open Classroom: Education for Competence Behavioral Objectives in an Open Classroom: Education for Competence February//1974 Article about the authors' study of differences and needs in public education for black and white elementary school children.

3. Builder (The) of Black Schools: James Milton Turner Builder (The) of Black Schools: James Milton Turner June 2007 In 1866 Missouri's General Assembly passed a law that required each "local board of education to build and operate black schools if its jurisdiction included at least twenty black children." To comply...

4. Colored Child Welfare Stations in Kansas City Colored Child Welfare Stations in Kansas City September//1924 Article about Child Welfare Stations and Well Baby Clinics utilized in the growth of care for black babies in Kansas City.

5. Historic Westport: Westport's First Negro School Historic Westport: Westport's First Negro School August 1979 Description of the Penn School for black children in Westport, at 42nd and Pennsylvania Avenues, built after the Civil War.

6. History of the [Old Folks and Orphans'] Home History of the [Old Folks and Orphans'] Home March 1900 Photocopy of a magazine article with photos and history of the Old Folks and Orphans' Home "established in December 1889, in a rented building for the purpose of providing food and shelter for aged and...

7. Making a Difference Making a Difference November//1990 Description of the KCMC Child Development Corporation, a charitable organization for children, and its black director Dwayne Crompton.

8. Students Collect One Million Pennies for Banneker School Restoration Students Collect One Million Pennies for Banneker School Restoration August-December//2001 Photo and article about the restoration of the Benjamin Banneker School (listed on the National Register of Historic Places), "the first Parkville school for blank [sic] children" built in 1885 and restored...

9. The Black Church: Building God's New People The Black Church: Building God's New People May-June//1982 Photo and description of Reverend Nelson Thompson, or Fuzzy Thompson, "minister of King Memorial United Methodist Church and Executive Director of Martin Luther King Urban Center, Inc." in Kansas City....

10. The Niles Home for Children: 100 Years of Caring and Sharing The Niles Home for Children: 100 Years of Caring and Sharing Summer//1982 History of the community center for black children at 1911 East 23rd Street, founded in 1883 by Samuel Eason.