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J. Clay Madison

Gender: Male

Ethnicity: Caucasian

Biographical/Historical note: J. Clay Madison was the director of the Program Council for the Western Conference of the United Methodist Church in the seventies. This group's priorities in 1970 focused on racism and social revolution and enlisted the involvement of University of North Carolina at Greensboro Chancellor James S. Ferguson as both a committee member and presenter at various events.

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Item thumbnail image Letter from J. Clay Madison to UNCG Chancellor Ferguson
Date: May 27, 1970
By: J. Clay Madison
From: Chancellor James Sharbrough Ferguson Records
This May 25, 1970 letter from J. Clay Madison to Chancellor Ferguson confirms Ferguson's participation in an upcoming conference on race relations sponsored by the Western North Carolina Conference of...
Item thumbnail image Memo from J. Clay Madison to members of the Commission on Religion and Race
Date: July1970
By: J. Clay Madison
From: Chancellor James Sharbrough Ferguson Records
This memo from J. Clay Madison was sent to members of the Western North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church's newly formed Commission on Religion and Race. UNCG Chancellor James S. Fer...
Item thumbnail image Letter from J. Clay Madison to UNCG Chancellor Ferguson
Date: August 3, 1970
By: J. Clay Madison
From: Chancellor James Sharbrough Ferguson Records
This August 3, 1970 letter from J. Clay Madison to Chancellor James S. Ferguson thanks Ferguson for his participation in a July 1970 conference on race relations sponsored by the Western North Caroli...