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A Limited Student Exchange: Bryn Mawr and Southern Historically Black Colleges and Universities
A Marketplace of Radical Ideas: The Second American Revolution Conference at Bryn Mawr College (February 7-9, 1964)
Second American Revolution Brochure Exterior Second American Revolution Conference Brochure Interior Purpose—”the Second American Revolution” White and Negro Clash at Parley Letters to the Editor Civil Disobedience Plotting the Revolution Kathy Boudin Malcolm X John Hope Franklin James Forman James Farmer Herbert Hill James J. Kilpatrick Anti-Vietnam War Protest The Strike Will Continue Indefinitely
Southern Activism And A Northern Campus: Bryn Mawr Students in Solidarity with the Fight for Civil Rights
Bryn Mawr Alliance Political Affairs to James Meredith Letter From a Freedom Rider The Summer and Social Action Letters to the Editor, The College News (November 22, 1963) p. 2. Bryn Mawr Special Collections. Mississippi Freedom Project Pamphlet A student at the Bryn Mawr protest Student Picketers “Freedom group hangs signs on bus,” 1961. New York World-Telegram and the Sun Newspaper Photograph Collection (Library of Congress)
Attention Must Be Paid: Students Speak Out Against the Maids and Porters System
All The Truth We Can Get: The Beginnings of the Bryn Mawr College Black Studies Program
Bryn Mawr College Black Studies Committee: Proposed Budget Protesters with bullhorn and sign that reads, ‘Power to the people – support the strike,’ San Francisco State College strike, 1968-1969. Mindy Thompson Bryn Mawr Black Students’ Proposals Clifton R. Jones Black Existence Course H. Rap Brown speaking outside of Hamilton Hall [Columbia University] Bryn Mawr Black Students Submit Proposals on Studies to Community Renee Bowser, Class of 1970 From “The Nations of Nigeria” Won’t Try to Indoctrinate Anybody, Bryn Mawr’s Marxist Lecturer Says College Hall, U. of P., Wednesday, Feb. 19, 1969 Dora Chizea May Day 1969 Brenda Jefferson
Cultural Pride as Activism: The Black Arts Festivals at the Bi-Co (1968, 1969)
The Black Arts Festival Renee Bowser, Class of 1970 Bryn Mawr College-Haverford College Festival of The Black Arts Program Envelope Political Science Students Plan Black Arts Festival Lois J. Portnoy, Class of 1968 “Bryn Mawrtyr Jackie Williams with Cleveland Sellers” Wonza Williamson, Class of 1968 Black Arts Festival To Begin Tomorrow Sun Ra and his Arkestra Lois J. Portnoy, Class of 1968 Black Awareness Elizabeth M. Schneider, Class of 1968 Bryn Mawr College-Haverford College Festival of The Black Arts Program Local Colleges To Hold Festival of Black Arts
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