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This interview explores Nestle's time at Queens College as a student-activist (1959-1963) and teacher in the SEEK program (1966-1995). Two versions of the transcript are available; this version is a straight transcription without changes from the…

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.

Two pages excerpted from the April 11, 1972 issue of the Queens College student newspaper Newsbeat, highlighting an article on teachers' unions in which Professor Forbes Hill plays a part. (selections - full volume available from Queens College…

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

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 flier advertising Rosalind Silverman speaking at the Calvary Baptist Church. The talk was titled "Our Youth In Crisis."

A notice put out by the Queen's College Chapter of the Teacher's Union discussing the Schultz amendment and its impact of student activities. Also covers recent political actions by J Edgar Hoover and the Committee of Un-American Activities.

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.

Description of SEEK program

This photograph shows Stan Shaw and Mike Wenger receiving the B'Nai Brith Human Relation Award from Belema Reiner.
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