Civil Rights Articles from the Hampden-Sydney Tiger Newspaper


Civil Rights Articles from the Hampden-Sydney Tiger Newspaper


Civil Rights Movements--United States
Hampden-Sydney College
Prince Edward County (Va.)
Segregation in education
School Integration--Massive Resistance Movement--Southern States


This collection includes a selection of newspaper articles ranging from 1953-1970, concerned with Civil Rights issues such as school integration at Hampden-Sydney College and the larger community of Prince Edward County and Farmville, Virginia.


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Farmville, VA (Prince Edward County)


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Tom Sarvay Interviews J. Barrye Wall
An interview with J. Barrye Wall

Robinson replies to attempt by committee to oust him as Parent-Teacher president
The Executive Committee moves to oust T. Burwell Robinson

Elections Viewed
Democrats take Congressional and Gubernatorial elections

State Candidates for Governor Offer Varied Political Platforms
The policies of J. Lindsay Almond and Ted Dalton are explored

Tutoring Initiated at Moton
The HSC tutoring program for Moton students who plan on taking the College Board Exam begins

Kindergarten emphasizes recognizing 'uniqueness'
An article about Log Cabin Kindergarten

Moton Tutoring To Begin
Tutoring at Moton is set to begin if there is an "adequte response"

Why Negroes Want Black Power
A column about the Black Power movement

The Tide May Be Turned
A letter about the state of integration in Virginia

Schools Provided By Local Group
The whites-only Prince Edward School Foundation (Academy) completes its first week

Cooperation Needed
A letter about the newly founded Prince Edward Academy

Perry New Prince Edward Supt. ; Asks H-SC Tutors To Organize, Enlarge Tutoring Program
Ronald Perry is named the new superintendent of Prince Edward County Schools

Tutoring program with Moton suspended; extra burden cited
The school board suspends the tutoring program at Moton High School

Letters to the Editor
A letter to the editor about a rally at the Courthouse

Robinson Reelected to PTA, Board Meets Tues.
Burwell Robinson is reelected president of the PTA
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