Stanford University, Black Community Services Center, records, 1973-2019
- Physical description
- 10 Linear feet (8 boxes and 1 map folder)
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|SC0369 1988-073 BOX 2||In-library use|
|SC0369 1988-073 HALF BOX 1||In-library use|
|SC0369 2019-007 BOX 1||In-library use|
|SC0369 2019-007 BOX 2||In-library use|
|SC0369 2019-007 FLAT BOX 3||In-library use|
|SC0369 2019-007 FLAT BOX 4||In-library use|
|SC0369 2019-007 FLAT BOX 5||In-library use|
|SC0369 2019-007 FLAT BOX 6||In-library use|
|SC0369 2019-007 MAP FOLDER 7||In-library use|
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- Stanford University. Black Community Services Center.
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- Correspondence, memoranda, proposals, questionnaires, programs, publications, and flyers pertaining to the activities of Black students at Stanford and the history of the Center. Other Black groups represented include the Black Recruitment and Orientation Committee, Ujamaa House, Joint Center for African Studies, Stanford African Student Association, Stanford Black Pre-Medical Organization, and Stanford Out of South Africa.
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- Administrative transfers, 1989 & 2018.
- The Black Community Services Center is a division of the Dean of Student Affairs. It initiates and coordinates Black student involvement in community service programs and provides primary advising and support services for Black Voluntary Student Organizations.
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