AbstractThis blog post, written for Black History Month 2021, highlights the history of African American Student Organizations in each of the schools at the University of Maryland. The groups have worked to help make the UMB campus more inclusive and diverse. Many of these organizations were founded in the late 1960s and 1970s and continue to operate on campus today.
DescriptionContent written for the HS/HSL News, a blog for the Health Sciences and Human Services Library at the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB).
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KeywordBlack History Month
Black Student Nurses Association
Organization of African-American Students in Social Work
Student National Pharmaceutical Association
Coalition of Minority Professional Students
University of Maryland, Baltimore
African American history
African American History Month
Southern Dental Association
National Dental Association (1879)
Black American Law Students Association
Student National Medical Association (U.S.)
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