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Table Of Contents

Foreword, by John R. Thelin
Acknowledgments
Introduction
1. Black Colleges and the Origins of the United Negro College Fund
2. Bringing the Millionaires on Board
3. Flirting with Social Equality
4. A Stigma of Inferiority
5. Responding to the Black Consciousness Movement
6. Speaking Out on Behalf of Black Colleges
7. "A Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Waste"
Conclusion
Appendixes
A. Pittsburgh Courier Letter to Black College Presidents
B. Member Colleges, 1944 to Present
C. Executive Directors and Presidents, 1944 to Present
D. National Campaign Chairmen, 1944 to 1979
E. Archives and Oral History Collections
F. Oral History Interviews
Notes
Index

Envisioning Black Colleges
A History of the United Negro College Fund
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