Black on White Steering Committee records, 1988-1989

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Black on White Steering Committee records 1988-1989

Collection #UA.09.03.0001 | 0.25 Linear Feet

ABSTRACT
The Black on White Steering Committee was appointed by Malcolm-Gillis, Vice-Provost for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Graduate School. Its composition consisted of key faculty, student leaders, administrators, and staff whose purpose was to gather institutional support for a university-wide symposium that would address specifically the kind of environment provided for black students at Duke. The collection contains correspondence, memoranda, agendas, clippings, the final report of the committee (February 1989), and other materials associated with the planning and execution of the campus-wide Black on White Symposium. Materials range in date from 1988-1989.

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