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Scanned from a Xerox Multifunction Printer.pdf
This bulletin announces the Fall 1973 news for the Black Studies Center, including the appointment of the new BSC director James Garrett.

The Spring 1974 Bulletin of the Black Studies Center, including concerns about the Center's budget.

In 1975, six years after the implementation of the Black Studies Center (BSC), the BSC faculty raised a number of issues to the Council of Presidents, including the lack of funds for the pre-freshman summer program, the inferior status of the BSC…

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

This 1971 pamphlet explains the resources available to Black students at the Claremont Colleges, including the Black Studies Center.

This flyer announces a picnic hosted by the Black Studies Center.

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


Despite a tense campus atmosphere following demonstrations, the Claremont colleges moved forward with the Black Studies Center in March. The Black Student Union was successful in creating tangible change on the campuses. Specific gains include the…

The title of this article affirms that the Black Student Union "fled" campus after the Pomona and Scripps campus bombings: a loaded phrasing. The wording captures the tension on campus, and implies that the BSU students feared reprisals against them…

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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