Queens College Civil Rights Archives


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This flier by the NAACP and CORE demands "integrated and quality education" and encourages participation in a March For Democratic Schools at City Hall Park, New York City, May 18, 1964.

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

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

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

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

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

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 theā€¦

Letter from Jim Heany of the National Park Service regarding the rack card on S.C.O.P.E., a part of the Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail.

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.

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