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Students in Neo-Black Society lounge

Date: circa 1971

Author: unknown

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Description: These three black and white photographs depict students in the newly created lounge around 1971. In 1970, UNCG students in the Neo-Black Society successfully petitioned the school to create a lounge for black students. Photographs show unidentified students sitting in front of a controversial mural, Neo-Black Society member Linda White (striped pants), and Neo-Black Society coordinator Jackie Morris (in white chair). The photographer and exact date of the photographs is unknown.

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Format of original: Images

Collection: University Archives Photographs and Negatives

Repository: The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Item#: 1.59.462

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