“Sex, Seven, Sass: The Negotiation of Racial Identity in Fresh Air Rural Housing Programs, 1939-1979” – Tobin Miller Shearer

Tobin Miller Shearer, Director of the African-American Studies Program at University of Montana, presents the monthly University Colloquium Lecture. ¬† He is a historian who has done extensive research on the history of race relations in American Mennonite communities.¬† The title of his lecture is “Sex, Seven, Sass: The Negotiation of Racial Identity in Fresh Air Rural Housing Programs, 1939-1979.”