The Harvard Society for Minority Rights will hold a food and clothing drive after vacation to aid the South, William E. Bronson '58, head of the group, said last night.
The program is focused upon the Mississippi delta and Montgomery, Alabama. The especially depressed condition of the former area will mean that most of the food and clothing collected in the drive will be shipped there, Bronson said. He added that material aid to Montgomery will be small and will serve primarily to show moral support.
No money will be solicited from the College but boxes will be placed in the entries for contributions of food and clothing.