Maryland County blacks protest `gorilla' comment by white school desegregation specialist

March 1997
Jet;03/31/97, Vol. 91 Issue 19, p24
Looks at the reaction to a comment made by a white court-appointed desegregation specialist when referring to the black superintendent of the Prince George's County, Maryland, public schools as a gorilla. Call for the resignation of Dr. Robert E. Shoenberg for his comment about Superintendent Jerome Clark; The response from the board of directors; When the comment was made.


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