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African Americans

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:

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

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Identifier: M056.01.0002.0004.00001
Abstract 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

Seminars - ''The Black Experience'', 1970-1980

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Identifier: M028.02.0009.0038
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Office Papers series contains the files of Mitchell when he was Chancellor of the University of Denver. The files include academic departments, subject files, seminars and his resignation.
Dates: 1970-1980

Seminars - ''The Black Experience in America'', 1969-1970

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Identifier: M028.02.0009.0039
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Office Papers series contains the files of Mitchell when he was Chancellor of the University of Denver. The files include academic departments, subject files, seminars and his resignation.
Dates: 1969-1970

Sistah Network Records

 Collection
Identifier: U324
Abstract Established in 2012, the Sistah Network provides women who identify as Black, in graduate programs across the University of Denver, opportunities for academic and professional development. To do this work well, the Sistah Network also promotes and facilitates the psychological, social, and emotional success of Black women in graduate programs. The collection consists of papers documenting the formation, history, mission, and activities of this women's group at the University of Denver.
Dates: 2013 - 2015

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
Abstract 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

Traditions - Black History Month, 1998

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Identifier: U201.01.0097.0010
Abstract One set of black and white negatives with contact sheet of images from a Black History Month celebration at the University of Denver.
Dates: 1998