In Pictures: Once-Banned Book Detailing Dallas Segregation Is Re-Released

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Jim Schutze, retired journalist, author of The Accommodation
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300 people attended the Dallas Central Library event Thursday for rerelease of The Accommodation
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7th floor displays at the Dallas Central Library supporting issues in the book
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Dynamite bombings of Black homes in the 1950's. All White grand jury found no criminal charges.
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The Accommodation has been a book with few copies at the Dallas Library for years with little attention until now.
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A limited number of copies of the book were available at the library over the years.
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Hamilton Park was a neighborhood set aside for Black people
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A Fair Park neighborhood of Black owned homes was leveled to expand parking at Dallas Fair Park.
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Racial segregation at the State Fair of Texas including a day for the Klan.
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The Dallas Citizens Council held great power over issues.
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R.L. Thornton still has a freeway with his name in Dallas.
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