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Early interracial conferences, Part III

Southern Conference for Human Welfare 20-23 November 1938, Birmingham Ala. This is a pamphlet from a third interracial conference attended by Olive M. Stone. Inside it describes topics to be discussed at the conference, as well as the purpose of … Continue reading

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Early interracial conferences, Part II

Negro-White Conference, Shaw University, Raleigh, N.C. 30 November – 2 December, 1934 Pictured here are the findings of another month-long interracial conference attended by Olive M. Stone, which historian Glenda Gilmore has called “the first southern interracial conference that dared … Continue reading

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Early interracial conferences, Part I

Olive M. Stone, an Alabama native, was a sociologist whose work focused on social welfare, race relations, and southern farmers. That’s her, pictured here in Russia, 1931. Stone’s involvement in civil rights and radical politics brought her to a number … Continue reading

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Legacy Finding Aids

The Southern Historical Collection is in the process of updating and making available online over 1000 finding aids currently only available in paper format. This work is made possible with the support of IMLS/LSTA funds administered by the State Library … Continue reading

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