Mrs. Meder Evers named assistant to the director to the Claremont Colleges' Center for Educational Opportunity

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Title

Mrs. Meder Evers named assistant to the director to the Claremont Colleges' Center for Educational Opportunity

Subject

Consortium
Racism
Newspaper
Activism
Affirmative Action

Description

These brief but interesting articles highlight the little-known fact that Myrlie Evers-Williams was appointed to a position at the Claremont Colleges as part of the movement towards racial equity. Additionally, they recount an effort from the Claremont Colleges to intentionally foster a more diverse student body at the Claremont colleges.

Creator

N/A

Source

Special Collections Archives of Ella Strong Denison Library

Publisher

Southeast News
Brawley News
Santa Barbara News Press

Date

1968-09-03

Contributor

Kathryn McPhee

Rights

This resource is for educational purposes only. There is no downloading or reusing of this document without permission. Contact aharley@scrippscollege.edu Professor Anne Harley for more information.

Relation

More Negro Students Sought by Colleges
Claremont to Attract Minorities
Claremont Colleges Seeking Minority Group Students

Format

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Language

English

Type

Text

Identifier

Three articles on the appointment of Mrs. Medger Evers to the Claremont Colleges

Coverage

1968
Claremont, California

Citation

N/A, “Mrs. Meder Evers named assistant to the director to the Claremont Colleges' Center for Educational Opportunity,” Claremont Colleges Activism Archive, accessed June 24, 2024, https://claremontactivism.omeka.net/items/show/56.

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