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The PRIDE of Durham Papers

Title: The PRIDE of Durham Papers
Inclusive Dates: 2003-2005
Extent of Materials: 1 11.5″x17.5″ box
Location: Cabinet 14
Date of Accession: 2013
Donor: Rachel Hardy
Relationship of donor or materials to the DCL/NCR
Processor: Cale McCammon
Subject Headings: African American periodicals.
African Americans–North Carolina–Durham–Periodicals.
Scope and Content: The collection consists of monthly issues of The PRIDE of Durham, a periodical that focused on leadership, cultural, and educational issues regarding the African-American and Latino communities of Durham. Topics include holiday celebrations, political elections, educational empowerment, and historical discussion on such figures as Martin Luther King, Jr.
Related Materials:
Restrictions: The collection is open for research.
Biographical/Historical Note: The PRIDE of Durham was launched in September 2003 by publisher and editor-in-chief Edwin D. Moss, as an outgrowth of The PRIDE of Syracuse, which Moss had started eight years earlier. It was active through 2005, when Moss passed away. A free monthly publication, The PRIDE of Durham sought to be the voice of Durham’s African-American and Latino communities by catering to the concerns and perspectives of those communities.
Condition Notes:
Organization of Collection:
Container List Box 1
1. September/October 2003
2. November 2003
3. December 2003
4. March 2004
5. April 2004
6. May 2004
7. June 2004
8. July 2004
9. August 2004
10. September 2004
11. October-November 12, 2004
12. November 2004
13. December 2004
14. January 2005
15. February 2005
16. March-April 9, 2005


Updated October 7, 2013.