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2002

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Full-Text Articles in African American Studies

Quarterly Meeting, Wku Board Of Regents Oct 2002

Quarterly Meeting, Wku Board Of Regents

Board of Regents Documents

WKU Board of Regents meeting minutes. Agenda items include: resolution in honor of Laquetta Shepard regarding courage displayed during Ku Klux Klan rally, resolution in honor of Joy Boone regarding the Center for Robert Penn Warren Studies, health insurance, emeritus faculty, distinguished university professorship criteria, tuition and fees, building bonds, personnel actions and salaries, real estate purchases and gifts, and resolution in honor of Mary Miller for service rendered as regent.


Newspaper Obituaries; Book 1 (T-Z), Afro-American Historical Association Of The Niagara Frontier Sep 2002

Newspaper Obituaries; Book 1 (T-Z), Afro-American Historical Association Of The Niagara Frontier

Newspaper Obituaries, African Americans from WNY

No abstract provided.


Program: Florida Historic Site Marker Unveiling, August 27, 2002 Aug 2002

Program: Florida Historic Site Marker Unveiling, August 27, 2002

Textual material from the Rodney Lawrence Hurst, Sr. Papers

Program for Florida historic site marker unveiling commemorating the August 27, 1960 Civil Rights Demonstration in downtown Jacksonville. Tuesday, August 27, 2002 at Hemming Plaza


Ua68/13/4 Limited Edition, Wku Journalism Jun 2002

Ua68/13/4 Limited Edition, Wku Journalism

WKU Archives Records

Newspaper created by students participating in the Minority Journalism Workshop hosted by the WKU Journalism Department.

  • Sebastian, Kandace. Shake Rag Preparing for Revival
  • Clark, Ashlee. Concerts in Park Sizzling
  • Byrd, Candice. Actor Relives Washington's Brave Legacy - Josephy Bundy
  • Clark, Ashlee. Multi-faceted Clemette Haskins Returning to Start Foundation
  • Davis, AnCharlene. Uncle Merv Aubespin Tells Students To Make a Difference
  • Relerford, Patrice. Sullivans Share Success to Support Scholarships
  • Long, Michelle. Teacher Trying to Draw Minorities into Profession - Leislie Godo-Solo
  • Tucker, Harold. Army Sets Up Quarters on Hill
  • Belcher, Tammy. Shake Rag Deserves Support
  • Clark, Ashlee. Teach Black History Year Round
  • Roary ...


Grandparent Care In The African-American Population, Jan Mutchler, Seungah Lee, Lindsey A. Baker Jan 2002

Grandparent Care In The African-American Population, Jan Mutchler, Seungah Lee, Lindsey A. Baker

Gerontology Institute Publications

The purpose of this report is to provide information on African-American grandparent caregivers in the United States. Many grandparents are responsible for grandchildren who live with them in the same household. The 1996 Welfare Reform Act mandates that statistics be collected on grandparents who serve as caregivers to a grandchild. In response to this requirement, questions were developed for the 2000 Census of Population asking each adult about care for grandchildren living in the same household. We use the census information to identify grandparents who are caring for grandchildren in two different types of households: skipped-generation households, in which a ...


Ua3/9/1 Challenging The Spirit, Wku President's Office Jan 2002

Ua3/9/1 Challenging The Spirit, Wku President's Office

WKU Archives Records

Progress report on WKU's strategic plan performance indicators for 2001-2002.


Passing As Danzy Senna, Bertram D. Ashe, Danzy Senna Jan 2002

Passing As Danzy Senna, Bertram D. Ashe, Danzy Senna

English Faculty Publications

Caucasia, written by Danzy Senna, is part of a growing sub-genre of African-American novels, some of which announce their themes by their titles: White Boys, by Reginald McKnight; The White Boy Shuffle, by Paul Beatty; The Last Integrationist, by Jake Lamar; and Negrophobia, by Darius James, to name a few. Caucasia is a "Post-Soul" novel that explores the world of "mullatos" - both cultural and racial. But even though artists such as Kara Walker, photographer Lorna Simpson, and essayist Lisa Jones also explore the vicissitudes of post-Civil Rights Movement Black identity, in Black fiction its been pretty much a boys' club.