Queens College Civil Rights Archives


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Statement expressing the purpose of the Chaney Goodman Schwerner Memorial Coaliton

Program for a memorial service held at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, N.Y.C

Cover from the Student Help Project information booklet. Contains a table of contents and an overview of the project, its goals and how it is set up.

Letter to President Lyndon B. Johnson from James R. Grover, Jr., a member of Congress at the time. Blind copied on the letter is Robert Masters. Letter is dated July 2, 1964 and is in regards to the violence occurring in Mississippi at the time.

Martin Luther King, Jr. speaks of all-encompassing love, the importance of loving a person while hating the crime.

Martin Luther King, Jr. speaks about the power of non-violence.

Martin Luther King, Jr. discusses how crime is related to poverty and disillusionment, not race.

Martin Luther King, Jr. explains the barriers to employment opportunities for African Americans.

Martin Luther King, Jr. recognizes slain Queens College student Andrew Goodman's sacrifice for civil rights.

This flier calls for a one day school boycott in New York City on March 16, 1964. The boycott was part of a campaign for quality, integrated education and followed on the heels of a massive boycott on February 3rd, 1964, when more than 450,000…
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