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The Nationalist Movement v. City of Boston case files (Parade case)

 Series
Identifier: 0700.026

Dates

  • 1994-1996

Creator

Historical note

The Nationalist Movement, a non-profit organization incorporated under the laws of Mississippi, brought suit against the city for the denial for a permit to hold, what was called in their testimony, "a resurrected St. Patrick's Day Parade." The court determined that the City of Boston wrongfully denied a parade permit to the plaintiff organization because of the opinions and beliefs that it espouses. The City's application of its parade permit regulation denied the plaintiff rights guaranteed to it under the First and Fourteenth Amendments to the Constitution of the United States. In addition, the Court determined that the regulation was unconstitutional on its face, because it accords unlimited discretion to administrative officials to decide whether to grant or withhold a permit.

Extent

2.0 Cubic feet

Language of Materials

English

Title
0700.026
Language of description
Undetermined
Script of description
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Repository Details

Part of the City of Boston Archives Repository

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