Found in 35 Collections and/or Records:
The Interracial Education Committee of the Student Division of the YWCA of the U.S.A. studies the race relations and integration practices on college campuses, provides resources to student associations concerning race inclusive practices, cooperates with the actions of the National Intercollegiate Christian Council concerning race relations and integration practices and maintains a knowledge of national and local matters of race and race relations.
Documents concerning the programs and management of the Geneva region of the National Student YWCA. A report of a study of religious life at Coe College summarizes the study's finding and recommendations. Work Plans outline the timeline, scope and emphases of regional development and activity. Additional materials include regional newsletters and mailings, a compilation of women's liberation resources and activities and records of workshops and consultations.
Documents concerning commissions of the Student Christian Movement in New England. Commissions formed from student representatives and staff advisors and are created to "goad the whole Movement into study and action on the crucial problems." This is accomplished through study, reports, conferences or special programming and the dissemination of information.
Documents concerning the Southern region of the National Student YWCA including conference minutes and discussion notes, correspondence and reports regarding student associations on African American campuses in Mississippi, summer project programs and pamphlets, program and leadership handbooks and minutes and correspondence regarding the structure and organization of the National and regional student YWCA.
Annual reports from the southern region of the National Student YWCA. Annual reports combine statistical summaries with narrative evaluations of regional objectives, local associations, conferences and organizational performance.