The Queens College Civil Rights Archives collects personal papers, community materials, organizational records, non-print materials, and artifacts of civil rights activists. The collections are particularly strong in documenting the civil rights work by Queens College students during the early 1960s. The Civil Rights Archive is an active participant in its communities, working with students and alumni of Queens College, local schools, and the city at large.
Staughton Lynd, director of the Freedom Schools at the Statewide Freedom School Convention in Meridian
The Dean Savage Papers document Savage's experience volunteering with the Summer Community Organization and Political Education (SCOPE) Project during the summer of 1965, specifically in the locations of Orangeburg County, South Carolina, and Atlanta, GA. The collection contains 16 color photographs taken in Orangeburg and Atlanta during that…
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A letter to the Queens College Faculty from the Ad Hoc Faculty Committee in order to attempt to get a general consensus on opinions of the campus unrest by the faculty as a whole so no opinions are left unheard.
The position presented by the Department Chairmen, the Dean of Faculty and the President in response to the 9 points submitted by the concerned faculty.
Notes from the second session of the P&B meeting. It gives an account of the happenings of the meeting as well and interactions between the "Concerned Faculty" group. Notes taken by an unknown faculty member (Jon Peterson?).
Notes from the first session of the P&B meeting. It gives an account of the happenings of the meeting as well and interactions between the "Concerned Faculty" group. Notes taken by an unknown faculty member (Jon Peterson?).
A statement from the college administration the unrest on campus
A letter to the Paul Klapper Library Professional Staff asking for involvement in the Biology Caucus's proposal.