Discrimination in housing
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
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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...
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
Overview Minutes of the Board of the Park Hill Action Committee (PHAC), held on September 13, 1960 in Denver, Colorado. Issues under discussion include: zoning for rental properties, racial integration of the neighborhood, discrimination in home loans for individuals in the Park Hill.
Dates: 1960 September 13