The Voice of Prince Edward County, Vol. 1, No. 4


The Voice of Prince Edward County, Vol. 1, No. 4


African American newspapers
Associations, institutions, etc.—African American membership
Race discrimination—United States
Prince Edward County (Va.)


"Scholarship Aid Available for Students Here" - Otis Jackson - A call to students to begin thinking about college and necessary aid and preparation required. / "Education Act Will Aid Educationally Deprived" -Larry Hines - The benefits of the Education Act of 1965 are explored. / "Moton Eagles Defeated in First Two Outings" - Reginald White, Jr. - The Robert R. Moton Eagles are defeated in the first two games of the football season. / "Citizens' Group Hears County Supervisor" - Author Unknown - The county supervisor for the Prospect District is the guest speaker at the Prospect Association for Progress and Action. / "County PTA Will Meet October 7" - Author Unknown - Announcement for the Prince Edward County PTA's first business meeting of the school year. / "Local Group Gives Play In Williamsburg" - Author Unknown - Twelve students from Prince Edward County perform a folk play in Williamsburg. / "New Teachers, Programs Greet Moton Students on First Day" - Philip Stockman and Robert Booker - An overview of the new teachers and programs at the Robert R. Moton school. / "Funds Available for Book Rental" - Donzella White - A fund is established by Rev. L. F. Griffin at First Baptist Church to assist with the textbook rental fee. / "Recreation Center Plans Fall Program" - Robert Booker and Frances Dove - The Vaughn Street Recreation Center has expanded from summer months to year round activities. / "Editorial" - Author Unknown - A plea for residents to ask their county supervisor and school board representative to take advantage of federal grants to better the schools.


Various Contributors
James White
Donzella White
Larry Hines


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Farmville, VA (Prince Edward County)


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