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  1. United States. Information. Type. Public. Established. 1930. Grades. 6-12. The Bayard Rustin Educational Complex, also known as the Humanities Educational Complex, is a "vertical campus" of the New York City Department of Education which contains a number of small public schools.

  2. This list includes Bayard Rustin Educational Complex, in Manhattan. Raised as a Quaker, Bayard Rustin (1912-1987) was an openly gay Black activist and devout pacifist who, over the course of five decades, had an immeasurable impact on the civil rights movement in the United States and social justice efforts abroad.

  3. Several buildings have been named in honor of Rustin, including the Bayard Rustin Educational Complex located in Chelsea, Manhattan; Bayard Rustin High School near his hometown of West Chester, Pennsylvania; Bayard Rustin Library at the Affirmations Gay/Lesbian Community Center in Ferndale, Michigan; the Bayard Rustin Social Justice ...

  4. Rustin's legacy includes the Bayard Rustin Educational Complex, Bayard Rustin High School, Bayard Rustin Library, and the Bayard Rustin Social Justice Center. Abstract Rustin discusses strategies for the civil rights movement and the advancement of African Americans.

  5. Bayard Rustin Educational Complex: Students will learn about civil rights leader Bayard Rustin, an openly gay Black man who served as lead organizer of the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom and for whom a Chelsea public school was named in 1988

  6. Bayard Rustin Educational Complex Many New York City public schools are named in honor of prominent figures in American and world history. Bayard Rustin Educational Complex, in Manhattan, inadvertently honors an LGBT individual.

  7. Bayard Rustin Educational Campus now houses six small schools. For transcripts or proof of graduation from Bayard Rustin High School call Hudson High School of Learning Technologies at 212-488-3330. The schools in the building share a cafeteria, a library and sports teams.