Article: "Name change aids student body unity": SABU changes to MSA

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Title

Article: "Name change aids student body unity": SABU changes to MSA

Subject

Student Association for Black Unity, Minority Students Association

Description

In this particular article, Ring-tum Phi writer, Dana Bolden, writes that the words "black unity" was increasingly perceived as if the blacks in W&L were uniting against someone or something. Additionally, Bolden wrote that groups should not be organized to promote one thing. The group's mission changed for a little over than a decade, in hopes that coming together would be a more viable option than what they then saw as staying apart.

Creator

Dana Bolden

Source

Ring-tum Phi

Date

1985-10-03

Rights

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Format

PDF

Language

en_US

Text Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Newspaper Article

Files

RTP_19851003 copy.pdf

Citation

Dana Bolden, “Article: "Name change aids student body unity": SABU changes to MSA,” Black General, accessed May 19, 2024, https://blackgeneral.omeka.wlu.edu/items/show/22.