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Report of the Ad hoc Committee on University Racial Policies: Appendix D on the relationship of curriculum to racial matters at UNCG
circa August 20, 1969
UNCG Ad Hoc Committee on University Racial Policies
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro Ad Hoc Committee on University Racial Policies was formed in the fall of 1968 to address six key areas of the university's racial policies.
Consisting of documents related to a joint effort between UNCG and North Carolina A&T State University to establish classes in Africa and Afro-American studies, this appendix supplements a University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) report on university racial policies. Included is a list of existing and proposed classes offered at A&T in 1969 and correspondence among faculty and administrators regarding a cooperative curriculum between UNCG and A&T. These materials are appended to a larger report on university racial policies which was received by UNCG Chancellor James Sharbrough Ferguson on August 20, 1969. The body of the report is listed separately.
Download the complete report (all sections) as a PDF file.
Format of original:
Chancellor James Sharbrough Ferguson Records
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