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This is video footage of President Clinton speaking at a Q & A session with students regarding the Brown V. Board of Education decision. This day marked the 40th anniversary of the decision of Brown V. Board of Education, which declared the establishment of segregated public schools for black and white students was unconstitutional. This footage is official public record produced by the White House Television (WHTV) crew, provided by the Clinton Presidential Library.

Date: May 17, 1994
Location: Martin Luther King Middle School. Maryland

ARC Identifier: 5896793
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Access Restriction(s): unrestricted
Use Restrictions(s): unrestricted

Camera: White House Television (WHTV) / Main

Local Identifiers: MT02191, MT02192

This material is public domain, as it is a work prepared by an officer or employee of the U.S. government as part of that person's official duties. Any usage must receive the credit "Courtesy; William J. Clinton…

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2006-1135-F-AV-1993-Segment-84.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 84
This collection consists of photographs from the Clinton administration taken from September 14, 1993 & September 25, 1993 through September 29, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, photo-ops, and other events involving President Clinton, First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period stated.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2006-1135-F-AV-1993-Segment-83.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 83
This collection consists of photographs from the Clinton administration taken from September 16, 1993 & September 22, 1993 through September 27, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, photo-ops, and other events involving President Clinton, First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period stated.