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Report of the faculty committee studying the UNCG Student Government Association/Neo-Black Society incident
March 30, 1973
Kendon Smith (1918-2002) of Minneapolis, Minnesota, was a professor in the Department of Psychology at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro from 1954-1987, and head of the department from 1954-1967.
This report signed by Kendon Smith, Ernest Griffin, Harriet Kupferer, E. Doris McKinney, and Frankling D. Parker, and dated March 30, 1973, is the report of a faculty committee appointed by University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) Chancellor James Sharbrough Ferguson as part of the administrative review of the UNCG Student Government Association's (SGA) decision to reclassify (removed funding and recognition from) the Neo-Black Society. The committee found that the SGA decision involved questionable evidence and procedures. The SGA decision was overturned, resulting in an eventual legal case leading to the Neo-Black Society's reinstatement as a recognized and funded organization.
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Chancellor James Sharbrough Ferguson Records
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
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