University of North Carolina Greensboro has shared two collections with Project Stand, including records from Civil Rights Greensboro and The Neo Black Society.
Civil Rights Greensboro is a digital project focused on documenting the modern civil rights era in Greensboro, NC, from the 1940s to the early 1980s. It includes materials from UNC Greensboro as well as materials from Guilford College, Greensboro College, the Greensboro History Museum, the Greensboro Public Library, and Duke University.
The Neo-Black Society was founded in 1968 in response to growing concerns about the support and acceptance of black students on campus at UNCG. The records of the Neo-Black Society include correspondence, reports, flyers, programs, meeting minutes, and budgets documenting the activity of the Neo-Black Society from 1969-2011.
Primary contact: Erin Lawrimore (bio)