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This source is a booklet from the tenth annual Cotillion Ball held in March of 1981 at the Ramada Inn Convention Center. It includes biographies and photographs of Lisa Thorpe, Marie Scantlebury, Melinda Roundtree, Kimberly Pittman, Pamela Pirtle,…

This source is the booklet from the eighth annual Cotillion Ball held in April of 1979 at the Ramada Inn Convention Center. It includes biographies and photographs of Alicia Banks, Debra Brown, Margaret Butts, Edwina Clark, Jeanette Gibbs, Regina…

This source is the booklet from the fifth annual Cotillion Ball held in April of 1976 at the Ramada Convention Center. It includes biographies and photographs of Vickie Vaughn Lewis, Paulette Melvin, Ola Mae Merritt, Cathy B. Oliver, Renita Elaine…

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This source is the booklet for the fourth annual Cotillion Ball held in April of 1975 at the Ramada Inn Convention Center. It includes biographies and photographs of Caroline Cole, Betty Dockery, Sandra Herron, Karen Hite, Diana Jackson, LaVern…

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This source is the booklet for the third annual Cotillion Ball held in May of 1974 at the Ramada Convention Center. It includes biographies and photographs of Retha Cobb, Wendy Freeman, Clara Giddens, Gina Jackson, Diane Nearing, Donna Rivers, Susan…

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This source is the booklet for the second annual Cotillion Ball held in May of 1973 at the Ramada Convention Center. It includes biographies and photographs of Jessica Bennett, Yolantha Harrison, Flourine Kent, Priscilla Nash, and Diane Weatherspoon,…

This source is the booklet of the first annual Cotillion Ball held in May of 1972 at the Ramada Inn. It includes biographies and photographs of Roslyn Council, Sharon Creighton, Linda Jackson, Sandra Patterson, Regina Montgomery, and Deborah Roberts,…

Describes the leisure experiences of inter-racial families in Champaign-Urbana using social network analysis. Concludes that inter-racial families feel heightened discomfort in public leisure settings owing to racism.

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This paper presents initiatives taken in the Afya project towards bridging the digital divide through social and digital literacy, equitable access, training, and content initiatives at the community level. As a participatory action research project,…

Over the past 20 years, from 1989 to 2009, researchers and community members at the
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have been consistently involved in exploring and applying
technology usage in the local community, specifically in…