African American college students
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Student, circa 1922-1949
Student Division Interracial Education Committee minutes, 1932-1947
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.
Student: Southern region, 1933-1950
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.
Student: Southwest region, 1961-1967
Student: Southwest region, 1928-1939
Documents concerning the National Student YWCA Southwest region and the Southwest Council of Student Christian Associations. Correspondence and minutes concerning the special project to fund an African American student secretary in the Southwest region follow the fundraising, planning and implementation of the project. Other documents include bylaws, programs, handbooks, lists of leaders, pamphlets and program guides and suggestions.