The Voice of Prince Edward County, Vol. 1, No. 2

Title

The Voice of Prince Edward County, Vol. 1, No. 2

Subject

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

Description

"Plans to Make Green Bay Model Recreation Area" - Larry Hines -"The Green Bay District has been chosen as the site for a model area for year around recreation free to the whole community." / "Employment...You and Your Rights" - Leslie F. Griffin, Jr. - The laws around employment are reviewed. / "Psychiatrist's View of Desegregation" - Donzella White - Effects of entering desegregated public schools are explored. / "Prince Edward Restaurants Open" - Author Unknown - A racially integrated group of editors and friends of THE VOICE had no trouble being served in four restaurants in the county. / "Woman of the Year" - Author Unknown - Mrs. M. B. Miller of Farmville is named "Woman of the Year" by the Virginia State Federation of Colored Women's Organization at their annual convention. / "College Information" - Author Unknown - Juniors and seniors meet with students working with the Community Action "Catch-Up Program" to discuss a basic understanding of college. / "U.S. Programs Offer Aid to Farmers" - Author Unknown - Farmers are eligible for federal loans and other assistance. / "Harold White Attends 4-H Conference" - Author Unknown - A local 4-H member represents at the National Citizenship 4-H Short Course in Washington D.C. / "Editorial: For Better Public Education, Now!" - Author Unknown - A plea for the School Board and Board of Supervisors to invest in the public school system. / "Editorial: Now That We Have It..." - Author Unknown - Now that the Civil Rights Act has been passed, enjoy your freedoms. / "Letter to the Editor" - C. G. Gordon Moss - Congratulatory letter / "Letter to the Editor" - Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Clower, Jr. - Congratulatory letter / "Letter to the Editor" - Sandra Persons Young - A letter in rebuttal to a letter to the Farmville Herald that expressed a desire for John's Memorial Episcopal Church to stay segregated.

Creator

Various Contributors
Barbara Botts
James E. Ghee, Jr.
Leslie F. Griffin, Jr.
Carlton Terry
Darwyn White

Source

Hampden-Sydney College Archives & Special Collections

Date

1965-08

Rights

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Format

JPEG

Language

English

Type

Text

Identifier

10010570

Coverage

Farmville, VA (Prince Edward County)

Provenance

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Hampden-Sydney College Archives & Special Collections

Original Format

1 page, front and back; 12"x16.5"

Files

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Citation

Various Contributors et al., “The Voice of Prince Edward County, Vol. 1, No. 2,” Hampden-Sydney College Digital Repository, accessed May 25, 2024, https://dams.hsc.edu/items/show/728.