Queens College Civil Rights Archives

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This document suggests what the people at Queens College can do to help protect the civil rights of people in Mississippi. It is suggested that people write letters to people of importance, donate money to the Queens College Bail Bond Fund, and…

A flyer promoting the Mississippi Freedom Project's Freedom Concert at Queens College. Tickets and memorabilia were sold and volunteers were wanted to help raise money for the people of Mississippi.

A newspaper advertisement for a rally being held on August 3, 1964 in the Five Towns area of Nassau County

This is the front page of the first publication of The Activist, a student newsletter produced by members of Queens College Students for a Democratic Society in violation of Queens College protocol.

Article published in the Amsterdam News addressing the role that students wanted to take in making policies for the SEEK program at Queens College.

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.

This is a flyer promoting the "Selma Sympathy March" with the Queens County Religious, Civic, and Political Leaders.

This report summarizes a phone conversation between Dr. Rachel Weddington (Queens College) and Reverend Griffin, in preparation for the Student Help Project going to Prince Edward County to teach African-American students.

A press release relating to the Student Help Project for Monday, November 18, 1963. The document covers the progress of the organization

Article publicizing the selection of a Negro professor as head of the SEEK program at Queens College.
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