UA 021.436 Guide to the North Carolina State University Student and Other Organizations, Association for the Concerns of African American Graduate Students Records, 1976-1991

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Creator

Association for the Concerns of African American Graduate Students.

Quantity

0.25 Linear feet

General Physical Description note

1 half box

Location

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Language

English

Acquisitions Information

Transferred from the Association for the Concerns of African American Graduate Students.

Processing

Processed by: Kellie Strickland ;machine-readable finding aid created by: Kellie Strickland

Revised

2012 June,

Scope and Content Note

The Association for the Concerns of African American Graduate Students Records includes correspondence and information about the organization, copies of the VOICE newsletter, materials from the 1991 National Black Graduate Student Association Conference, and annual awards banquet booklets.

Historical Note

The Associationfor the Concerns for African American Graduate Students was created as a student organization at North Carolina State University for all students seeking to address the needs, concerns, and interests of African American graduate students. This organization was recognized by the university in 1976 as the Association for the Concerns of Black Graduate Students. By 1983, it had become the Association for the Concerns of Afro-American Graduate Students and was renamed again in late 1984 or early 1985 as the Association for the Concerns of African-American Graduate Students. The hyphen was subsequently dropped, and the organization officially became the Association for the Concerns of African American Graduate Students.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], North Carolina State University Student and Other Organizations, Association for the Concerns of African American Graduate Students Records, UA 021.436, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC

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