University of Northern Colorado, Black Women of Today oral histories
Collection — Box: RG022.002
Collection Scope and Contents
In 2005, Dr. George H. Junne’s Africana Studies 102 class conducted interviews with twenty-nine African American or mixed-race women. This collection contains transcriptions of the interviews compiled in a report entitled Black Women of Today Oral History Project: A Class Project Conducted by the Students of AFS 102 "The Black Woman in America." The interviewees include students, college professors, a social worker, a banker, a veterinarian, and a former Wyoming State Legislator. The collection also contains recordings of six of the interviews, 2 on VHS tapes and 4 on audio cassettes.
- Junne, George H. (Person)
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This collection is open for research.
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0.77 Linear Feet (1 box)
Language of Materials
This collection consists of a report entitled Black Women of Today Oral History Project: A Class Project Conducted by the Students of AFS 102 "The Black Woman in America." Audio and VHS tapes of six of the oral history interviews conducted as part of the project are also included.
George H. Junne donated the oral history audio and VHS tapes on 5/24/2005. He donated the report Black Women of Today Oral History Project: A Class Project Conducted by the Students of AFS 102 "The Black Woman in America" on 5/15/2006.
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- Inventories prepared in 2010 and revised in 2015. Updated to conform to DACS in 2018.