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.
This three page memo was sent to accepted Mississippi Summer Project workers giving details on progress and upcoming events.
Andrew Berman was co-founder of the Queens College chapter of Students for a Democratic Society (QCSDS), an active member of the Congress for Racial Equality (CORE), a volunteer for the SEEK Program, and an organizer for First Amendment rights and against the Vietnam War. Mr. Berman enrolled at Queens College at age 16, attending from 1963-1967,…
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This is the speech Jean Konzal, née Stein, gave when she returned from Prince Edward County, VA. A trip was organized to have a group of Queens College students set up a tutorial system for students who were denied an opportunity to go to school. …
Article published in the New York Times outlining budgetary issues in SEEK funding.
Article publicizing the selection of a Negro professor as head of the SEEK program at Queens College.
Constitution for S.E.E.K on the campus of Queens College.
Article published in CUNY Matters that discusses the success of the SEEK program and the dedication of Percy Sutton to its success.
Article published in the Amsterdam News addressing the role that students wanted to take in making policies for the SEEK program at Queens College.