Southern women and race co-operation

Title

Southern women and race co-operation

Subject

African American women -- Southern States -- Social conditions.
African American women -- Civil rights.

Description

Position statement of the Southern Federation of Colored Women's Clubs, which met June 1921 in Atlanta, Georgia. The Southeast Federation of Colored Women’s Clubs was founded by Dr. Mary Jane McLeod Bethune in 1920 to unite state club federations from Florida, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Mississippi, and Virginia. The organization sought to combat school segregation and to improve health facilities.

Creator

Southeastern Federation of Colored Women's Clubs
Woman's Missionary Council

Publisher

[Nashville, Tenn.: Woman's Missionary Council, Methodist Episcopal Church, South]

Date

[1921]

Identifier

E185.61 .S68 1921

Files

e185_61_s68_1921_01.jpg
e185_61_s68_1921_02.jpg
e185_61_s68_1921_03.jpg
e185_61_s68_1921_04.jpg
e185_61_s68_1921_05.jpg
e185_61_s68_1921_06.jpg
e185_61_s68_1921_07.jpg
e185_61_s68_1921_08.jpg
e185_61_s68_1921_09.jpg
e185_61_s68_1921_10.jpg
e185_61_s68_1921_11.jpg
e185_61_s68_1921_12.jpg

Citation

Southeastern Federation of Colored Women's Clubs and Woman's Missionary Council, “Southern women and race co-operation,” DeGolyer Library Exhibits, accessed April 24, 2024, https://degolyer.omeka.net/items/show/111.