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This letter from BSC director James Garrett to Provost E. Howard Brooks explains the need for the Pre-Freshman Summer Program.

The Claremont Colleges trustees approve the creation of the Black Studies Center under the heading of the Human Resources Institute.

The Student Life reports on the formation of Pomona College Faculty And Students Together (FAST), an organization for the implementation of the Black Studies Center. Ultimately, the responsibilities held by FAST were absorbed into the Intercollegiate…

Faculty of the Claremont Colleges respond to the Black Student Union's proposal for a Black Studies Center.

The Student Life reports on the faculty senate's consideration of the proposed Black Studies Center.

This flyer announces the first open house of the newly created Intercollegiate Department of Black Studies (later changed to Africana Studies) on September 6, 1979.

This 1973 informational booklet explains the Black Studies program at the Claremont Colleges and invites Black students to apply to schools in the Consortium.

State Senator Mervyn M. Dymally teaches a course at Pomona College entitled "The Black Man in American Politics," one of the early minority studies course offerings at the Claremont Colleges.

The United Mexican-American Students put forth their proposal for a Mexican-American Studies Center.

The Student Life reports on Black Student Union member Danny Wilks's statement about the February 1969 bombings.
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