Race & Racism at the University of Richmond

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The University Faculty-Representative Advisory Panel unanimously passed a statement on February 04, 1969. The panel believed that there should be no religious restriction in the process of hiring, promotion tenure, or salary increase to the faculty…

Chairman Weaver Marr submitted this annual departmental report to President George Modlin on behalf of the Westhampton College Foreign Language Department on April 19, 1969. He believed that three things from that school year were most notable:…

The Westhampton College Dean of Students, Clara M. Keith, submitted this annual report on student life to the Dean of Westhampton College, Dr. Mary Louise Gehring, and President George Modlin for the 1969-1970 school year. This report was unique…

Welford D. Taylor, Chairman of the Literature Department at University College, submitted this report to President Modlin to update him about the affairs of his department in 1971. He claimed that the most notable improvements were the new course…

Francis A. Underhill, Chairman of the Westhampton History Department, submitted this report to President Modlin to give updates on the affairs of his department in 1971. The department was doing well with nine Westhampton women majoring in history,…

This letter was written by John J. Wicker Jr., a Richmond lawyer and former member of the Virginia Senate from the 36th District, to the Editor in Chief of the Richmond-Times Dispatch on November 25, 1968. Wicker was concerned with the editor's…

President George M. Modlin sent this blank survey to the University of Richmond Board of Trustees with 47 statements and with each of them they were asked to provide their opinion on the present policy and also what they believed the policy should…

Chairman of the Philosophy Department, James Hill, submitted this annual report to President George M. Modlin for the 1968-1969 school year. Their enrollment had declined slightly, however, it was only in Westhampton College students. This department…

These photographs show the juniors in the Robins School of Business. Amongst many photographs of men, there is only one woman who is a junior and completing her degree from the business school. Her name is Brigette Zickmantel.

The opinion piece “A Black Man Is An Invisible Man,” by Harvey Whitney published in 1988 details his hardships attempting to fit into a predominately white institution. Whitney found it difficult to fit in both in the black community because he…
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