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  • Collection: Scripps College

This is a photograph from 1969 of President Mark H. Curtis (from 1964-1976) giving a follow-up announcement to students of Scripps College that are demonstrating against his neutral stance on the events that took place under the Nixon administration…

This is a mimeograph of a proposed model of the demonstration policy. They ask that all protests remain peaceful, non-violent, and non-disruptive.

A hand drawn cartoon found in the Claremont Collegian from the Fall of 1970.

This document provides a numbered list of proposed resolutions regarding student sentiments for the college to publicly agree to and support. The students that composed this express their anger with the President Mark H. Curtis regarding the school's…

This is an open letter from Mark H. Curtis, president of Scripps College from 1964-1976, to parents of students and alumnae regarding recent protests and proposals for a Center for Black Studies as well as an effort to increase representation of…

Core 3 Contrafact song PDF.pdf
A contrafact song protesting the censorship of history textbooks based on Annie Little's "Fly Me Away"

Contrafact Project.pdf
Contrafact lyrics written to the tune of "Blurred Lines". The purpose of these lyrics is to alter a song which promotes rape culture into a song about the importance of consent.
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