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Dartmouth College. Black Alumni Caucus



The Dartmouth Black Caucus (DBC) created in 1972 is an association of the College’s employees of African descent. They meet periodically to address matters related to the status of Blacks (employees, as well as students) at Dartmouth.

The purpose of the association is to provide the continuing and active support of the College’s Black alumni in matters affecting the intellectual, cultural, social, and educational well-being of the Black Alumni and members of the Black and other minority communities, as well as the greater College community at Dartmouth.

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Dartmouth College Black Alumni Caucus records

Identifier: DO-76
Date(s): 1970 to 1972
Scope and Contents

The Black Alumni Caucus records consists of addresses, biographies, correspondence, meeting minutes, President Kemeny's statement on Black Alumni, Task Force on Structuring Job for Affirmative Action Officers, Conference for Black Alumni Students, black recruitment, summary of members of the operations and draft of the Policy Committee of the Black Caucus and the Dartmouth College Affirmative Action Plan.

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