Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Cedric "Rick" Page, professor of geography and urban studies at the University of Colorado, reflects on his research on the development of Dearfield, Colorado. Dearfield is considered a "Black town" because of the migration of African Americans out of the south and into the West. Page discusses the history of black communities settling Colorado and their efforts to establish towns and agricultural communities in the early 1900s.
Minutes of the Board of Governors Meeting, November 5, 1969 at Park Hill Congregational Church, 26th and Leyden, 1969 November 5
Minutes of the Board of Governors of the Park Hill Action Committee, North East Park Hill Civic Association (PHAC -NEPCHA) from a meeting held on November 5, 1969 at the Park Hill Congregational Church at 26th and Leyden in Denver, Colorado. Father Rick Kerr, the new Executive Director, was introduced to the board. Additionally, the involvement of churches in the Park Hill area as sponsoring members was discussed.
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.
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.