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This release from The Student Life announces the February 25, 1969 bombings at Pomona College's Carnegie Hall and Scripps College's Balch Hall.

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This bulletin announces the Fall 1973 news for the Black Studies Center, including the appointment of the new BSC director James Garrett.

Elizabeth Carleton interviewed Eileen Wilson-Oyelaran about her involvement in the Black Student Union and student activism.

In this excerpt from a 1989 speech to the Black Student Union (BSU), Eileen Wilson-Oyelaran reflected back on her participation in the struggle to create the Black Studies Center (BSC) at the Claremont Colleges.

In this article, John Payton, a leader in the Black Student Union and member of the Blacks Student Union Committee in 1969, discussed and addressed the reactions of white students to the proposed Black Studies Center.

In the days prior to March 8 of 1969, the Black Student Union (BSU) issued this statement in a letter to the provost detailing their plan for a committee to implement the Black Studies Center.

In this statement, the Council of Presidents, lead by Scripps College president Mark Curtis, responded directly to the concerns raised by the Black Studies Center faculty.

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…

In this statement, the Presidents of the Claremont Colleges committed to the implementation of a committee to plan the Black Studies Center.

In this article from Pomona Today, Ray Frazer, PO '47, offered a detailed account of the creation of the new programs implemented in the spring of 1969: the Black Studies Center, the Mexican-American Studies Center, and the Center of Urban Studies.
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