Racial Prejudice Declining in New York, Mayor’s Committee Reports
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Racial Prejudice Declining in New York, Mayor’s Committee Reports

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The Mayor’s Committee on Unity of New York City has reported that racial prejudice, although it continues to exist in the city, has become socially unacceptable. The Committee’s report added that as a result those who discriminate do so through subterfuge. The report also said that there has been a “steady improvement in the climate of human relations” in New York.

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