The Frederick Douglass Society, CCNY 1941
Their efforts, aided by the support of the College Teachers Union and the American Student Union, met success in the fall of 1937 with the creation of a course entitled, "Negro History and Culture." Teaching the course was the newly hired Dr. Max Yergan, the first black professor in any of the city's public colleges. Yergan's time on campus was short-lived, however, as he would soon become targeted by the Rapp-Coudert Committee and denied reappointment.
Creator | Microcosm
Date Created | 1941
Rights | Obtain From Microcosm
Item Type | Still Image (Photograph)
Cite This document | Microcosm, “The Frederick Douglass Society, CCNY 1941,” CUNY Digital History Archive, accessed February 17, 2019, http://cdha.cuny.edu/items/show/4182.