University of Richmond Race & Racism Project

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This letter written on March 24, 1972 is a report from Dean Austin E. Grigg to President Heilman about the Southern Regional Educational Board Conference on Minority Students at Historically White Campuses that he attended on March 23-24, 1972. He…

This September 6, 1968, letter is from Dean of Richmond College Austin E. Grigg. It is addressed to Dr. Franklin J. Gayles of Virginia Union University and BC's President George Modlin. The letter is in regards to a conversation between Dr. Gayles…

This is an August 2, 1968 memorandum from Austin E. Grigg, Dean of Richmond College. The memo is addressed to President George Modlin and CC’s Provost Smart. Grigg writes this memo after the joint meeting at University Center designed to facilitate…

University of Richmond dean, Austin E. Grigg, wrote this letter to the principal of Carver High School, Mr. William A. Brown, to inform him that the University of Richmond now offers financial aid under all Federal Funding programs. In the letter,…

This memo recaps a meeting which Austin E. Grigg and Dean Gehring attended to discuss potential cooperative programs between University of Richmond, Randolph Macon College, Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), and Virginia Union University. Deans…

This is a letter from Austin Grigg, Dean of the University of Richmond, to University President George M. Modlin. The letter outlines the various administrative efforts employed by the University to comply with Department of Health, Education and…

This is a letter from Austin Grigg, Dean of the University of Richmond, to Allix James, President of the Virginia Union University, a historically black university in Richmond, Virginia. The letter asks if there are any Virginia Union Students…

This is the Annual Report for Richmond College for the 1968-1969 school year, the first year the University enrolled black residential students. They had 1,344 students enrolled, which was a slight decline from the year before where they had 1,363…

Under the student government section of the Richmond College report, the sponsoring of Black Student Day is discussed. The Senate sponsored a day for black students from the Richmond area to be guests on campus in the month of April. An informative…

This section of religious life on campus in the 1968 report of Richmond College discusses the newly appointed Director of Religious Activities, Dr. William C. Smith, Jr. A few weeks after his appointment, he started developing programs for students…
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