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REPORT ON COMMITTEE ON RACE RELATIONS IN NORTH
CAROLINA
NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE FOR SOCIAL SERVICE
GREENSBORO, N. C., APRIL 25, 1938

A representative of one group will say that
race relations in North Carolina, on all fronts, are
excellent, that there are no clouds on the horizon;
another will probably be inclined to say that all
people of both races are getting along very well to-
gether; a third will state promptly there is considerable
unrest, and in some quarters severe criticism of some of the
programs and policies of the State.

Perhaps a majority of observers of both races,
those who can see a long distance backward, who under-
stand life today fairly well, and therefore may have
some basis upon which to judge the future, would no
doubt take the middle ground - that our people of both
races are getting along very well together. While that
is probably true today, and may continue to be true,
there is sufficient [begin cross out] ground [end cross out] good reason to consider

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