Bomb Victim May Lose Sight; School Helps Negroes Hide Out

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Title

Bomb Victim May Lose Sight; School Helps Negroes Hide Out

Subject

Violence
Bombing
Police
Race
Racism
Scripps
Pomona
Black Student Union

Description

The February bombings at Pomona College and Scripps College shocked the whole community. All Black students and faculty evacuated campus following threats of violence from white students. Members of the Black Student Union performed a campus sweep to make sure the environment was safe before returning to class.

Creator

Leonard Greenwood

Source

February-July 1969 Press Scrapbook
Special Collections Archives of Ella Strong Denison Library

Publisher

Los Angeles Times

Date

1969-02-27

Contributor

Elizabeth Carleton

Rights

This resource is for educational purposes only. There is no downloading or reusing of this document without permission. Contact <a href="mailto:aharley@scrippscollege.edu?Subject=Claremont%20Activism%20Archive">Professor Anne Harley</a> for more information.

Relation

N/A

Format

.tif

Language

English

Type

Text

Identifier

Article: Bomb Victim May Lose Sight; School Helps Negroes Hide Out

Coverage

1969
Claremont, California

Citation

Leonard Greenwood, “Bomb Victim May Lose Sight; School Helps Negroes Hide Out,” Claremont Colleges Activism Archive, accessed June 5, 2023, https://claremontactivism.omeka.net/items/show/53.

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