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    • Letter Regarding List of Entering Black Freshmen 

      Long, William G. (1969-07-29)
      A letter from Kalamazoo College's Dean of Student Affairs William G. Long in regards to making available a list of Black freshmen entering the College.
    • Letter to Educational Policies Group 

      Barrett, Laurence N., 1915-2002 (1969-06-05)
      A letter from Kalamazoo College's Acting Dean of Academic Affairs Laurence Barrett regarding the marking system for the 193 course taught by Edwin Taliaferro (later known as Chokwe Lumumba.) According to the 1968-69 College ...
    • Letter to Pauline Byrd Johnson 

      Hicks, Weimer K., 1909-1985 (Kalamazoo College, 1969-03-21)
      A letter from Kalamazoo College's President, Weimer K. Hicks, to Pauline Byrd Johnson, the first African-American woman to graduate from the college. It discusses the recruitment of Black students and faculty as well as ...
    • Letter to the BSO with Comments and Corrections 

      Hicks, Weimer K., 1909-1985 (1969-04-29)
      A letter from Kalamazoo College's President Weimer K. Hicks to the Black Student Organization (BSO) regarding the admission of Black students and the hiring of Black faculty and administrators. Also includes comments and ...
    • Meeting Schedule and Discussion Points Regarding the Black Student Organization's Demands 

      Unknown author (1969-05-22)
      A schedule of meetings from May 22 to May 24, 1969 along with discussion points regarding the demands made by Kalamazoo College's Black Student Organization (BSO).
    • Memo from President Hicks to the Black Student Organization 

      Hicks, Weimer K., 1909-1985 (1968-05-09)
      A memo from Kalamazoo College's President Weimer K. Hicks to the Black Student Organization (BSO) regarding their demands of May 6, 1968.
    • Memo from Student Commission to the College Community 

      Unknown author (1969-05-23)
      A memo issued by Kalamazoo College's Student Commission detailing their position on the demands made by the Black Student Organization (BSO) in May of 1969.
    • Memo from the Black Student Organization Regarding their Demands 

      Jordan, Linda; Lumumba, Chokwe, 1947-2014 (formerly known as Taliaferro, Edwin Finley) (1968-05-06)
      A memo submitted by the Black Student Organization (BSO) to Dr. Weimer K. Hicks, president of Kalamazoo College, regarding funds for the group, changes to the academic program, and campus speakers.
    • Memo Regarding Black Student Residents and Resident Assistants 

      Long, William G. (1969-02-10)
      Memo to the Black Student Organization from Kalamazoo College's Dean of Student Affairs regarding Black student residents in the Residence Halls and the hiring of Black Resident Assistants.
    • Memo Regarding Demands of BSO 

      Hicks, Weimer K., 1909-1985 (1968-05-13)
      A memo from Kalamazoo College President Weimer K. Hicks outlining three steps to begin a program implementing the demands of the Black Student Organization (BSO).
    • Memo Regarding Facilities in the Student Union Building 

      Jones, Jasper; Seavers, Thomas (1969-02-10)
      A memo sent to Kalamazoo College President Weimer K. Hicks from Tom Seavers and Jasper Jones of the Black Student Organization (BSO) demanding space in the Student Union Building.
    • Memo Regarding Racist Programming and Dorm Changes 

      Jones, Jasper; Seavers, Thomas (1969-01-31)
      A memo to Kalamazoo College President Weimer K. Hicks from Jasper Jones and Tom Seavers of the Black Student Organization (BSO) regarding a racist programming procedure at the college radio station WJMD and dorm changes ...
    • Memo to Admissions Committee Members 

      Hicks, Weimer K., 1909-1985 (1969-03-14)
      A memo from Kalamazoo College President Weimer K. Hicks to the Admissions Committee members regarding the addition of a Black student to the committee.
    • Memo to All Faculty 

      Hicks, Weimer K., 1909-1985 (1969-05-29)
      A memo from Kalamazoo College President Weimer K. Hicks to all faculty members in regards to the hiring of Black faculty and staff.
    • Memo to Faculty Regarding Discussions with the BSO June 5th and 6th 

      Hicks, Weimer K., 1909-1985 (1969-06-06)
      Includes a memo from Kalamazoo College's President Weimer K. Hicks to faculty, another memo to the Black Student Organization (BSO), and a copy of the June 5, 1969 demands made by the BSO.
    • Memo to Faculty Regarding the Demands of the BSO 

      Hicks, Weimer K., 1909-1985 (1968-05-10)
      A memo from Kalamazoo College President Weimer K. Hicks to the Faculty explaining the demands made by the Black Student Organization (BSO) on May 6, 1968, a copy of the BSO's demands, and the reply he gave to the group on ...
    • Memo to the Black Student Organization 

      Hicks, Weimer K., 1909-1985 (1968-05-16)
      A memo from President Weimer K. Hicks to the Black Student Organization (BSO) of Kalamazoo College giving the College's official position in regard to the group's demands of May 6, 1968.
    • Memo to the Executive Committee and Other Local Trustees 

      Hicks, Weimer K., 1909-1985 (Kalamazoo College, 1968-05-13)
      A memo from President Weimer K. Hicks of Kalamazoo College regarding the demands made by the Black Student Organization (BSO) on May 6, 1968.
    • Memo to the Executive Committee and the Black Student Organization 

      Rainsford, George Nichols, 1928-1993 (1972-03-15)
      A memo from Kalamazoo College President George N. Rainsford in response to recommendations made by the Black Student Organization (BSO) for the betterment of the academic and social life of the Black students.
    • Missionary Society of Inquiry ledger, 1858-60 

      Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1858)
      This ledger documents the Missionary Society of Inquiry's constitution, by-laws, and meeting minutes. The society was formed in 1858 and the ledger includes up to June 1860. The ledger also includes a list of students ...