By Perri Hamilton
|Title:||Multicultural Center Records, 1974 - 2011|
|Primary Creator:||Multicultural Center|
|Arrangement:||The materials are arranged by date.|
|Forms of Material:||
Clippings (information artifacts)
Flyers (printed matter)
Scope and Contents of the MaterialsThe Multicultural Center records were orginally housed in three ring binders as scrapbooks that recorded the activities and events that promoted diversity and inclusiveness on the University of North Texas campus. The scrapbooks' papers are arranged by Multicultural Center, Women's Center, and Equity and Diversity Conference, Student Ethnic Enrichment Center, Center for Cultural Diversity, Black History, American Indian Heritage Month, Mexican American Student Oragnization, Latino History, Hispaniic Heritage Month, clippings, slides, and oversize materials. The papers are arranged by date within the topic areas.
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|Repository:||University of North Texas Special Collections|
|Acquisition Source:||Multicultural Center|
|Preferred Citation:||Multicultural Center Records, University of North Texas Special Collections.|
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African mask of carved wood that has a painted geometric design above the eyes and on the cheecks with beading around the eyes, on the nose, cheeks, and around the lips. The beads are white, black, red, and yellow. It was the gift of Dr. Pamela Hill.
A sculpture of a bird with its head turned over its back and holding a large item in its beak. The base the bird stands on has been broken and repaired.
A carved face mask, in black and white, with close set eyes and a thin nose. There is a small mouth with carved teeth and ears on the side.
A light wood candle holder with spaces for seven candles. One side has "Kwanzaa" and the outline of Africa carved into the wood.