Wealthy N.J. town approves housing for poor named in honor of late activist who fought for it

June 1997
Jet;06/30/97, Vol. 92 Issue 6, p33
Announces that after a 26-year battle, the affluent and predominantly white township of Mount Laurel, New Jersey, has approved housing for the poor. What the housing complex, to be named after the late community activist Ethel R. Lawrence, will include; Comments from her daughter Ethel Halley, who works as a paralegal and has continued her mother's fight.


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