Kansas Committee for the Humanities
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The Black Values and Public Policy Project records are those of a Kansas Committee for the Humanities funded University of Kansas project.
Correspondence, surveys, notes, itineraries, news releases, unedited transcripts of the forums, and other related materials from "Kansas in Transition--The Human Dimension," a jointly funded Kansas Committee for the Humanities-University of Kansas Museum of Art project exploring the general theme of communities transitioning in Kansas in the 1970s.
Kansas Festivals '76 ; a project sponsored by the Kansas Committee for the Humanities and the Mervin Fund of the Kansas University Endowment.... ; together with Roots or riches: the pivotal role of Kansas community festivals in structuring public values; summary of final public policy discussion, Peabody [Kan.]. December 3, 1976. J. M. Janzen, project director, moderator.
- African Americans -- Education -- Kansas 1
- African Americans -- Employment -- Kansas 1
- African Americans -- Housing -- Kansas 1
- Community-based corrections -- Kansas 1
- Correctional institutions -- Kansas 1
- Criminal justice, Administration of -- Kansas -- History 1
- Festivals -- Kansas -- Peabody 1
- Forums (Discussion and debate) 1
- Kansas -- History -- 20th century 1
- Parole boards -- Kansas 1
- Police services for juveniles -- Kansas 1
- Sentences (Criminal procedure) -- Kansas 1
- Women teachers -- Kansas 1 + ∧ less