University of Richmond Race & Racism Project

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In this club photo there appears to be 2 Asian students standing in the back row of the photo. The club was organized by alumni of the Chatham Training School. According to articles in The Collegian, the club's mission was to uphold the honor of the…

This photograph shows the Chinese Club, consisting of K.F. Cheung, King Mok, P.L. Mok, W.H Lam, T.L. Sene, Y.C. Shek, J.A. Paau (President), Y.F. Leung (Secretary), and C.K. Wong (Treasurer), 7 male and 2 female Chinese students. From the 5 members…

This photograph shows the Chinese Club, consisting of Y.C. Cheung (Chairman), C.Y. Hui (Secretary and Treasurer), C.K. Wong, K.H. Cheung, W.H. Lam, 5 male, Chinese students. While there were no African-American, or any other non-white race, students…

This is a page featuring the 7 members of the Chinese Club at the University of Richmond in 1925. There are two women and five men in the picture. Their names are Miss K. F. Cheung, J.A. Paau, Miss Y.F. Leung, C.K. Wong, K. Mok, T.L. Sene, and P.…

Members of the Chinese Club at the University of Richmond. The members include P.L. Mok, T.L. Sene, W.K. Lam, C.K. Kung, Y.C. Lee, P.K. Lee, M.W. Wong. The Chinese Club celebrated Chinese culture, including the annual anniversary of the creation of…

This page includes a picture of the university's Chinese Club, showing eight Asian members (7 male and 1 female), with a list of their names underneath the photograph. The Chinese Club included all students that had traveled from China to get an…

This is a photograph of the Chinese Students Club that includes the officers and members of the club. According to a statement in the Collegian, the Club was organized by the Chinese students of the University to effectively intermingle with one…

This article comments on the recent act by Westhampton college to adopt a Chinese child (a venture that is discussed in the Collegian on Nov. 28, 1941 entitled "Co-ords to Help War Orphans). Cotten says that the adoption was done in the spirit of…

This column published in the Richmond Alumni Bulletin features Richmond alumni Dr. Cheng-Yeng Hsu, class of 1922. After graduating from the University of Richmond, Dr. Hsu continued his education at Columbia University, the University of Chicago, and…

This column published in The Collegian on May 3, 1929, describes a Young Women's Christian Association event in which a Chinese student -- only referenced as Mr. Kung -- spoke on stereotypes that Americans had about the Chinese. According to the…
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