The Central Interscholastic Athletic Association: Historical Development is a Regional Sports Experience

In this presentation, Douglas Jackson gives a historical perspective on the Central Interscholastic Athletic Association, formerly the Colored Interscholastic Athletic Association. Included are examinations of how local and regional small college home teams organized the association, and the social, artistic, and economic impact on North Carolina and the American Sports Tradition. Founded in 1912, this association of historically Black colleges and universities hosts the "third most attended basketball tournament among all NCAA divisions."

Requirements: 
lectern, microphone, digital projection system