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NOTE: Papers located at Champaign County Historical Archives, Urbana Free Library. The Virgil Wikoff materials span the entirety of Wikoff’s political career, from his election to the
Champaign City Council to his last term as State…

Special church service to celebrate the paying off of the mortgage on Salem Baptist Church Property. Rev. A.T. Rowan was the pastor at this time.

Includes the official City of Champaign urban renewal plans for the northeast district in 1963 and 1969. Located in the Champaign County Historical Archives, Urbana Free Library.

A new WILL-FM production, Message From Home: A Tribute to Brother Jack McDuff, is a musical tour through more than 40 years of McDuff recordings. Airing on WILL-FM at 8 pm on Saturday, September 15--two days before McDuff would have turned 75, the…

May 17, 2004 marked the 50th anniversary of the United States Supreme Court decision that unanimously held that racial segregation of public schools violated the 14th Amendment. The legacy of the Brown decision lives in numerous public events,…

Dissertation describing the segregated nature of Champaign-Urbana and the struggle to integrate various facilities, especially around Campustown. Education Dissertation, UIUC

Brief essay on recent black migration to Champaign-Urbana, based on interviews with Charles Hamer, Florette Henri, Daniel Milo Johnson, Marcus E. John, and Margaret G. Wilder, mostly from Rose & Taylor's Barber Shop.