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Significant events that happened (or will happen) on November 21.
- 1952 – Virginia Attorney General J. Lindsay Almond said ending segregation in public schools would lead to their collapse. 
- 1957 – Virginia Governor Thomas B. Stanley names committee to review the organizational structure of public schools including an evaluation of a quarter system versus a semester system, as well as greater use of summer school 
- 1960 – Charlottesville City Council considers a rezoning request from the Optimist Club for a clubhouse for the Optimist's Boys Club on Bainbridge Street. 
- 2019 – Charlottesville City Schools celebrates its first Trailblazer day to honor the children and parents who worked to desegregate the city's schools in 1959 and 1962 
- Web. Segregation End Would Ruin School System, Almond Says, Daily Progress Digitized Microfilm, Lindsay family, November 22, 1952, retrieved November 22, 2022. Print. November 22, 1952 page 1.
- Web. Stanley Authorizes Study of Virginia School System, Daily Progress Digitized Microfilm, Lindsay family
- Web. Council to Consider Change in Zoning, Daily Progress Digitized Microfilm, Lindsay family, November 19, 1960, retrieved November 19, 2022. Print. November 19, 1960 page 9.
- Web. Charlottesville schools hold first Trailblazer Day, Katherine Knott, Daily Progress, Lee Enterprises, November 22, 2019, retrieved November 23, 2019. Print. November 22, 2019 page A1.
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