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Title Action proposal - Association of Black Students
Reference WUA/05/wua00049 Series 1, Box 1, Folder 12. University Archives, Washington University in St. Louis
Library University Archives, Department of Special Collections, Washington University Libraries
Collection Name Black Manifesto Collection, 1968-1998
Collection Overview This collection contains the Black Position Paper of 1968, the Black Manifesto of 1968, and correspondence with Chancellor Thomas H. Eliot concerning these documents and goals. Also included are documents relating to the Brookings protest and other documents created by the student group. The collection also contains documents detailing action taken in 1978 and 1998 by the Association of Black Students and the administrators of Washington University.
Date 6 Mar 1998
Document Type Pamphlet; Report
Theme(s) Organisations, Associations and Societies; Civil Rights and Black Power
Keywords students, university, education, civil liberties, teachers, sit-in, employment, finance
Places St. Louis, Missouri
People King, Martin Luther, Jr
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