Race & Racism at the University of Richmond

Illustration "Race Experts Speak on Comparative Intelligence"

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Title

Illustration "Race Experts Speak on Comparative Intelligence"

Description

These illustrations, one of a white woman, one of a black woman, one of a white man, and one of a black man, accompany quotes from social scientists denying any difference in intelligence based on race. These statements conclude that the belief that whites are significantly more intelligent than blacks simply on the basis of skin color and other classifications of race is false. This was published in the Messenger before black students arrived on campus.

Creator

Source

Hamm, Jack. "Race Experts Speak on Comparative Intelligence." <em>The Messenger</em> (Fall 1965): 40. University Archives, RG 24 Student Publications. Virginia Baptist Historical Society, Richmond, Virginia.

Publisher

The Messenger, University of Richmond

Date

1965

Contributor

Keshara Moore
Gabby Kiser

Language

English

Type

Identifier

Messenger1965.40-1965

Files

Citation

Hamm, Jack, “Illustration "Race Experts Speak on Comparative Intelligence",” Race & Racism at the University of Richmond, accessed October 17, 2019, https://memory.richmond.edu/items/show/406.