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Crossing the Color Line: A Place of Their Own, 1973-1975
Crossing the Color Line: A Place of Their Own, 1973-1975 explores the efforts of several NC State students, particularly the members of the Society of Afro-American Culture, in establishing an African American Cultural Center in spring 1974. The exhibit analyzes the many ways in which African American students lobbied for support of the Cultural Center and how the 1974 race relations conference at the Quail Roost Conference Center raised awareness of and support for the Cultural Center among white students.
The Good Wife Diploma: Civic Contributions of State's Mates
Like many other women's organizations in 1960s America, State's Mates maintained a strong civic commitment, despite their characterization as a...