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Date: September 17, 1955

Author: Guilford College Faculty

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Description: This minute from the September 17, 1955 Guilford College Faculty Meeting describes Professor of Philosophy Gordon Lovejoy’s statement about the social change which the South was experiencing and the motivations of those who wished to positively effect that change. Lovejoy points out that some members of the community spend time on “getting thier motivations right with God” but spend little time on finding ways to use those motivations to influence positive change. He recommends that the Committee on Race Relations be reestablished and asserts the value of that committee.

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Format of original: Minutes

Collection: Guilford College Faculty Minutes

Repository: Guilford College

Item#: 2.72.1279

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