Award for First Negroes Living on N.J.C. Campus

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Title

Award for First Negroes Living on N.J.C. Campus

Description

An article reporting that two African American seniors, Emma Andrews and Evelyn Sermons, received the Heritage Award given by the Associate Alumnae of the New Jersey College for Women. The citation with the award read: “With quiet understanding, rare good judgment, and fine spirit you entered into the dormitory life of this campus, intelligently aware of the importance of your success in the undertaking to those who would follow you.”

Date

1949-06-07

Language

English

Publication

Place of publication

Page

6

Citation

“Award for First Negroes Living on N.J.C. Campus,” Scarlet and Black Digital Archive, Rutgers University, accessed June 27, 2022, https://scarletandblack.rutgers.edu/archive/items/show/272.