Black on White : The Story of the Black Student Organization at Kalamazoo College in the Late 1960s
Avis, Eduard B.
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Chronicles the efforts of the Black Student Organization at Kalamazoo College in 1968-1969 to increase Black admissions, hire more Black professors, and change campus housing rules, culminating in occupation of Mandelle Hall. Chapter I profiles College President Weimer Hicks from interviews with colleagues. Chapter II profiles the leader of the Black Student Organization, Edwin Taliaferro, from original interviews. Chapter III presents a fictionalized narrative of the events of May and June, 1969.
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