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Park Hill Action Committee

 Organization

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

General Meeting Sept. 22, 1966 Montview Presbyterian, 1966 September 22

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Identifier: M056.01.0002.0007.00001
Overview Minutes of the Park Hill Action Committee (PHAC) from a meeting held on September 22, 1966 in Denver, Colorado. The minutes include the report on the Denver Fair Housing Center, cooperation with Colorado Woman's College, a Park Hill conservation plan, and a new philosophy and corresponding programs in city government to keep older neighborhoods from deteriorating. Minutes of the Board of Governors' meeting immediately following the general meeting report the unanimous election of the nominating...
Dates: 1966 September 22

Greater Park Hill Community, Incorporated Records

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Identifier: M056
Overview The Park Hill Action Committee (Interdenominational) is an association that was formed in 1959 when the Park Hill neighborhood in the northeast section of Denver, Colorado became racially integrated. This community group was formed by clergy and concerned citizens of the area to promote racial harmony between the white community and African-Americans. During the 1960s, the organization was renamed The Greater Park Hill Community, Inc. The group focused on capital development, community...
Dates: 1951-2000

March 2 Meeting at Montview Presbyterian Church, 1961 March 2

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Identifier: M056.01.0002.0002.00001
Overview Minutes of the Park Hill Action Committee (PHAC) from a meeting held on March 2, 1961 in Montview Presbyterian Church in Denver, Colorado. Some issues under discussion include: the incorporation of the Park Hill Action Committee, and statistics on the ratio of African-American to Caucasian home-buyers for sales of homes north of 26th Avenue, from Colorado Boulevard to Monaco. Also attached: a resolution of the PHAC encouraging residents not to discriminate based on race or ethnicity, to...
Dates: 1961 March 2

Minutes PHAC Board Meeting, November 4, 1968, 1968 November 4

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Identifier: M056.01.0002.0009.00001
Overview Minutes of the Park Hill Action Committee (PHAC) from a meeting held on November 4, 1968 in Denver, Colorado. Issues under discussion include: joint community endeavors between the PHAC and Temple Buell College, the building of facilities for youth recreation, the efforts of the PHAC on behalf of quality integrated schools, and the racial integration of the Park Hill neighborhood. The report of the PHAC Schools sub-committee deals with the issues related to the implementation of the Noel...
Dates: 1968 November 4

Minutes PHAC June 24, 1962, Messiah Lutheran Church, 1962 June 24

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Identifier: M056.01.0002.0003.00001
Overview Minutes of the Park Hill Action Committee from a meeting held on June 24, 1962 in Messiah Lutheran Church in Denver, Colorado. Issues under discussion include: trash pickup, neighborhood improvement projects, zoning, and ethnic minorities moving into the Park Hill neighborhood.
Dates: 1962 June 24

Minutes PHAC Meeting St. Thomas Episcopal Church July 29, 1963, 1963 July 29

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Identifier: M056.01.0002.0004.00001
Overview Minutes of the Park Hill Action Committee (PHAC) from a meeting held on June 29, 1964 at St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Denver, Colorado. The Human Relations Committee reported on a meeting with the City Council from the previous month, where Spanish-Americans and African-Americans (''Negroes'' in the original document) aired multiple grievances, which led to a meeting the following month in the Governor's office concerning fair housing and fair employment for minority groups. The Real Estate...
Dates: 1963 July 29

The Park Hill Action Committee: A Study of the Legitimation Process of Community Involvement, 1962

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Identifier: M056.01.0002.0010.00001
Overview Masters' thesis in sociology covering the Park Hill Action Committee, a community improvement organization in Denver, Colorado. The thesis analyzes the process by which the work of the committee was accepted by the residents of the community and recognized to be worthy of voluntary involvement. The author's main focus in analyzing the legitimation of the committee was the committee's involvement in issues related to race relations during the period examined. Thesis (M.A.) -- University of...
Dates: 1962