The Voice of Prince Edward County, Vol. 3, No. 2


The Voice of Prince Edward County, Vol. 3, No. 2


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


"NAACPer Reviews Activities in PE" - Gladys Lawson - The NAACP has been very influential since organzing a branch in Prince Edward County. / "My Reflection on College Life" - O. Jerome Jackson - O. Jerome Jackson reflects on college depression due to his lack of preparation. / "Moton Downed By Wyatt" - John Stokes - Moton loses to Wyatt High School. / "3 PE Teenagers Attend Seminar" - Robert Booker - Three Prince Edward Students attended a seminar in South Carolina on Race, Religion, and Personality Development. / "Interview with School Dentist" - Carl Eggleston and Leroy Ross - An interview with Dr. Myron West, school dentist, and information about dental hygiene. / 'IER Completes Successful Project" - Robert Booker and Larry Hines - The representative for the Institute of Educational Research reveals to THE VOICE that she is "pleased with the result of the reading program." / "Man of Great Action" - Vivian Scott and Debra White - A look at Mr. Otis "register and vote" Scott and his drive to get the Black community registered and voting. / "Moton Ends 1967 Basketball Season" - John Stokes - Moton beats Lunenberg High at their Homecoming game. / "Drama Club Busy" - Herbert Ferguson - Moton drama club was one of three schools chosen in District to go to State. / "My Life at Cushing" - Gene Lee - Gene Lee is accepted into a preparatory school as part of the ABC (A Better Choice) program. / "Winners Announced" - Carl Ross - Winners for THE VOICE raffle are announced. / "Editorial: The Children of Prince Edward County" - Harriet White - A plea for the children of Prince Edward County to be taught to practice love, not hate. / "Editorial: Prejudice" - Author Unknown - A plea for the country to improve race relations. / "Editorial: Teenagers Look at the Church" - Author Unknown - A plea for churches to develop programs for youths. /


Various Contributors
Phaeby Dupey, editor
Donzella White, editor


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Farmville, VA (Prince Edward County)


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Various Contributors, Phaeby Dupey, editor, and Donzella White, editor, “The Voice of Prince Edward County, Vol. 3, No. 2,” Hampden-Sydney College Digital Repository, accessed May 25, 2024,