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    Robert Grant is the publisher of:


    b) "Roots Of Jersey Shore Music: the musicians and untold stories"
    an anthology of  noteworthy Musicians and Bands that perform/performed
    in the greater Asbury Park area during the 1960's and 1970's
    Our book will be available for purchase May 2026.

    c) "Fair Haven's Freemen: Our Heroes 1710 to 1999"
    Profiles of African American [AA] families that resided in Fair Haven
    and their contributions to the greater Red Bank area.

    The Civil Rights Movement has its genesis in 1879 Fair Haven.
    The Fair Haven Freemen [FHF] desired to attend Fair Haven's
    segregated white only public schools, however the Shrewsbury Township
    Board of Education prohibited non-whites from attending its public schools.
    The FHF filed a petition with the NJ Supreme Court in 1881, requesting the integration of all public schools in New Jersey. The 1881 Supreme Court ruling is known as the "Fair Haven Rule" -- which prohibits segregation of all public schools in New Jersey for students ages 5 to 18.

    The 1881 Fair Haven Ruling was the legal precedent for the
    U.S. Supreme Court's 1954 Brown v. Board Of Education ruling.

    This book will be available for purchase June 2025

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