The Human Condition was a series of weekly radio broadcasts and featured conversations spanning the full range of human interest involving mental health.
Not long after the Hogg Foundation was established in 1940, Texas was swept up in the growing movement to reform neglected state asylums.
Miss Ima had strong intuition for how to improve conditions and noted the need for a stronger mental health workforce, so she created the Ima Hogg Scholarship fund.
Black people from all around the country came together in Austin to “develop new conscience toward higher education for the Afro‐American.”
In 1971, the foundation met with community leaders in Crystal City, TX. The only part of the state to record no mental health clinics or services.