Claremont Paves Way For Black Studies Center

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Title

Claremont Paves Way For Black Studies Center

Subject

Resolutions
Black Studies

Description

The Daily Report, a local newspaper for Ontario and Upland, reported on the Claremont Colleges’ and the Black Student Union joint announcement of the formation of an intercollegiate committee that would work to found a Black Studies Center. The committee was expected to submit a detailed plan for the center by March 31, 1969, so that it could be implemented by fall semester of the same year.

Creator

N/A

Source

Special Collections Archives of Ella Strong Denison Library

Publisher

The Daily Report

Date

1969-03-13

Contributor

Yunjin Lin

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

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Language

English

Type

Text

Coverage

1969
Claremont, California

Citation

N/A, “Claremont Paves Way For Black Studies Center,” Claremont Colleges Activism Archive, accessed June 5, 2023, https://claremontactivism.omeka.net/items/show/60.

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