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"...The importance of going on and getting education for police" - An Oral History Interview with Mayor John Lindsay

Mayor Lindsay is interviewed in his Manhattan office on October 26, 1988 by Professor Jerry Markowitz for Educating for Justice, a history of John Jay College. Lindsay discusses the importance of accessible higher education, educating police officers, and higher education as a fundamental right and as a way to address strained relations between the police and local communities. He also deals with issues around Open Admissions and race relations in the city.


Source | Lloyd Sealy Library, Special Collections at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Educating for Justice Oral History Project
Creator | Markowitz, Jerry
Date Created | October 26, 1988
Interviewers | Markowitz, Jerry
Interviewees | Lindsay, John
Rights | Obtain From Lloyd Sealy Library, Special Collections at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Educating for Justice Oral History Project
Item Type | Oral History
Cite This document | Markowitz, Jerry, “"...The importance of going on and getting education for police" - An Oral History Interview with Mayor John Lindsay,” CUNY Digital History Archive, accessed June 28, 2017, http://cdha.cuny.edu/items/show/2361.

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