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African Americans -- Social conditions

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Dayton Urban League Records (MS-38)

Identifier: MS-38
Abstract The Dayton Urban League was chartered in 1947. In conjunction with a nation-wide League Network, the Dayton Urban League made an important contribution to the general welfare of the local community through its services to African-Americans in Dayton. The League attempted to improve employment opportunities, accelerate guidance programs for young people, initiate greater participation of Blacks in the activities of other welfare agencies and civic organizations, and to improve the climate of...
Dates: 1940-1969

Dr. Arthur E. Thomas, President Emeritus, Central State University, Collection (MS-667)

Identifier: MS-667

The collection contains personal papers, legal documents and court proceedings, photographs, audio and video recordings, news clippings, awards and certificates, correspondence, and other materials relating to Dr. Thomas’s life and career in education and civil rights activism. The collection includes a significant amount of analog audiovisual material, including recordings of most episodes of Thomas’s interview program “Like It Is.”

Dates: circa 1920 - 2020; Majority of material found within 1969 - 2000