Reconciliation and Confirmation: Blacks and Whites at a Predominantly White University
A survey of 117 white students and 42 black students at Southwest Missouri State University in 1974 revealed that the black students were more likely to be on athletic scholarships, be from lower income families, perceive their families as working class, believe that the university administration and faculty did not care about them and that channels of redress of grievances were not effective, believe that interracial experiences at the university were important, and perceive racism at the school. Negroes showed little black separatism or ideological basis for their complaints. Based on interviews with 17 randomly selected white students and 42 black students; 7 tables, 8 notes, biblio.
Southwest Missouri State University
Dinka, Frank, Frank Mazzella, and Denny E. Pilant. "Reconciliation and confirmation: Blacks and whites at a predominantly white university." Journal of Black Studies 11, no. 1 (1980): 55-76.
Journal of Black Studies