The Voice of Prince Edward County, Vol. 3, No. 1

Title

The Voice of Prince Edward County, Vol. 3, No. 1

Subject

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

Description

"Human Relations' Youth Organize" - Philip Stockman - The Prince Edward Youth Council on Human Relations is a new organization comprised of members from Hampden-Sydney College, Longwood College, and Robert R. Moton High School. / "Supervisors Ask Midnight Raid Loot Be Returned" - Carl Eggleston and Chuckie Reid - The Board of Supervisors is appealing to those who received money from the $181,005 to voluntarily return the tuition grants. / "Youth Fellowship Group Formed" - Ronald Mariner - A Youth Fellowship Group was formed under the direction of Rev. L. F. Griffin and is made up of youth from various churches in Prince Edward County. "Moton Wins 73-58" - John Stokes - Robert R. Moton High School beats Riverview High School in basketball. / "Medicare" - Denise Mariner and Leroy Ross - Hospital and Medical Insurance through Medicare are explained. / "Myths and Realities" - Varian Jackson and Harold White - Harold White and Varian Jackson recount a American Friends Service Committee seminar they attended in Washington D.C. in December of 1966. / "Moton Wins 77-76" - John Stokes - Robert R. Moton beats West End High School of Clarksville in basketball. / "Annual Christmas Program" - Carl Ross - Robert R. Moton band and choir participate in the annual Christmas program. / "Southside Vocational School" - Gladys Lawson and Vivian Scott - The Southside Vocational School, which serves eight counties, in Crewe's offerings are detailed. / "Famous Negroes" - Varian Jackson - The life of the Moroccan explorer, Esteban, is detailed. / "My Experience at a Dance Camp" - Vonita White - Vonita White recounts her summer at Rablerny Camp for the Performing Arts in New Hope, Pennsylvania. / "Editorial: Lack of Parent's Help" - Author Unknown - A piece on how youth are more inquisitive yet still need guidance from the older generation. / "Editorial: A Need for A Pre-School Program" - Author Unknown - A call for federal aid to create a Head Start pre-school program. / "Editorial: Preparing for '67 Elections" - Author Unknown - A call for all those in the Black community to register and vote in the 1967 local elections.

Creator

Various Contributors
Phaeby Dupey, editor
Donzella White, editor

Source

Hampden-Sydney College Archives & Special Collections

Date

1967-02

Rights

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Format

JPEG

Language

English

Type

Text

Identifier

10010567

Coverage

Farmville, VA (Prince Edward County)

Provenance

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Hampden-Sydney College Archives & Special Collections

Original Format

1 page, front and back; 11"x17"

Files

TheVoice_Vol3No1_Pg1.jpg
TheVoice_Vol3No1_Pg2.jpg

Citation

Various Contributors, Phaeby Dupey, editor, and Donzella White, editor, “The Voice of Prince Edward County, Vol. 3, No. 1,” Hampden-Sydney College Digital Repository, accessed May 25, 2024, https://dams.hsc.edu/items/show/725.