African American history
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This collection includes records, research files, audio recordings and interview transcripts from Hurley Goodall in Muncie, IN ranging from 1924 to 1978 regarding black history in Muncie, IN.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents The J. Paul Mitchell Collection includes research pertaining to various projects including the publication “A History of Negroes in Muncie,” containing oral history interviews, correspondence, census information, the Delaware-Muncie Planning Commission, AntiPoverty Corporation, and other community outreach groups.Only a limited amount of the collection is devoted to Mitchell’s own work as a professor for Ball State. Examination books and essays are included, but the bulk of the...
Scope and Contents This collection consists of the original taped interviews, notes, and tape logs from the oral history interviews conducted by Ball State University students. These are organized in order by the sections discussed in the book, "Getting A Living", "Making a Home", "Training the Young", "Using Leisure", "Engaging in Religious Practice", and "Engaging in Community Activities". Scrapbooks and scans of the scrapbooks documenting the project and public presentations are also included.R 254...
Collection — Box OVB 2
Scope and Contents This collection includes posters for Ball State University's Unity Week in Muncie, Indiana from January 17 to 23, 1993, which commemorated the Harlem Renaissance. Events included a speaking engagement by Malcolm X's daughter Attallah Shabazz, Cotton Club party, art exhibits, a film festival, musical performances, and panel discussions.