Queens College Civil Rights Archives

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The image at right is a still from a 9 minute video of activism on the Queens College campus in 1966. The footage shows unsanctioned student distribution of The Free Press, SDS members on campus, college construction, the three-day Fast for Peace in…

A flier bringing awareness to the Feinberg Act and protesting its implementation. Calls for signing a petition against its passing

A transcript of the testimony given by Oscar Shaftel at the March 17, 1980 CUNY Board of Trustees meeting where his pension was reinstated

A pamphlet distributed by the New York Teacher's Union describing explaining the tenure process in the CUNY system

Article promoting a three part discussion series surrounding the movie "Mississippi Burning" and two other documentaries. Published inThe New York Daily News

Article printed in Newsday criticizing the film "Mississippi Burning."

Open letter from Queens College Students for a Democratic Society Officers to membership

This is the front page of the first issue of The Free Press, a student newspaper published in defiance of Queens College regulations. The headline calls for a "Dress Protest" against the college's dress codes.

Article reporting on a poem written by Andrew Goodman being published.

Letter discussing the use of funds to be used for a collection in the library in memory of Andrew Goodman.
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