Document Type

Correspondence

Date

1968

Disciplines

Higher Education | Race and Ethnicity | United States History

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Description

A letter from Gerald Work, professor at UMaine, sent to five members of the community of the University to participate in a panel composed of students and faculty as part of a Symposium on Black America. The panel was to talk about views on race relations on campus and what the University support should be.

Comments

Scanned from items in the Office Of The President (University Of Maine) Records, UA RG 0003.007, Box 9, Folder 24.

Identifier

UA RG_0003_007_b0009_f24_01

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Black Symposium_ Letter from Gerald Work to Several People in regards to Participating in the the Symposium on Black America

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