Southern School News-December 1956



Southern School News-December 1956


State District Judge Otis T. Dunagan of Tyler started hearings Dec. 3 on the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People to hold the next trial of the state's ouster suit (State of Texas v. NAACP). The NAACP dropped its appeal to the Texas Court of Civil Appeals at Texarkana to concentrate a harder fight against making Judge Dunagan's order permanent. NAACP attorneys contend that Dallas or Austin would be a more neutral spot for the trial. If Judge Dunagan will not move the trial, the NAACP urged a prompt trial on the permanent injunction.


Texas girds for lawsuits on schools and NAACP activity.


“Texas Girds for Lawsuits on School, NAACP Activity; Month Called Quiet,” Southern School News, 3. no. 6 (1956): 11. Accessed April 20, 2015.


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