Panel Discusses Underlying Reasons for Loras Situation

Title

Panel Discusses Underlying Reasons for Loras Situation

Creator

David Cushing

Subject

Black people--United States--Ethnic identity.
Black people--United States--Ethnic identity--History.
Black people--United States--Race identity--Philosophy.
College students.
Black power.

Source

Loras College Archives
1450 Altavista Street, Dubuque, Iowa 52001

Format

PDF

Rights

Contact the Center for Dubuque History at Loras College 1450 Altavista Street, Dubuque, Iowa 52001 or call (563) 588-7100. Copyright Loras College.

Contributor

Catherine Koetz, Center for Dubuque History Archival Intern

Type

Newspaper Article

Is Part Of

Black Power Collection at Loras Archives

Date

1969-1970

Language

English

Publisher

The Telegraph Herald

Date Copyrighted

November 1, 1969

Abstract

Summary of first panel discussion sponsored by the student senate titled, "Loras to America: White vs. Black," to help Loras community understand black and white coexistence in America. Covers topics of justice, higher law and civil law.

Date Created

Fall 2022

Is Referenced By

Black Power at Loras College Digital Exhibit: Black Culture House



Citation

David Cushing , “Panel Discusses Underlying Reasons for Loras Situation,” Loras College Digital Collections, accessed May 18, 2024, https://digitalcollections.loras.edu/items/show/9078.