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Ua68/13/4 Limited Edition, Vol. 5, No. 1, Wku Journalism Jun 1988

Ua68/13/4 Limited Edition, Vol. 5, No. 1, Wku Journalism

WKU Archives Records

Newspaper created by students participating in the Minority Journalism Workshop hosted by the WKU Journalism Department.

  • Berry, Erica. Officials Face Court Order to Equalize State's Education
  • Stewart, Nikita. Blacks Gaining Slowly n Newsrooms
  • Oldham, Frank. Reporters Document Rights March
  • Lynk, Rewa. Junk Dealer Helped Force City Schools to Integrate - Henry Alexander
  • Chatman, Shirl. Car Deals Bring Success to Minority Businessman - Cornelius Martin
  • McDonald, Robbie. Top Priority Has Become Recruiting
  • Stewart, Nikita. Reminders of Slavery Stir Reporter
  • Dixon, Adra. Student Sells for Future - Paul Boards
  • Wright, Lisa. Writer Combines Love for Sports, Ministry - Bruce Branch
  • Wright, Lisa. Broadcaster Faces Race ...


William Monroe Trotter: A Twentieth Century Abolitionist, William A. Edwards Jan 1988

William Monroe Trotter: A Twentieth Century Abolitionist, William A. Edwards

Trotter Review

William Monroe Trotter was a twentieth century abolitionist. He was a man of principle whose dedication to the cause of equality was never disputed. Many criticized his methodology, but the l960s saw a revitalization of his direct action approach. His life is an interesting profile in the study of leadership. He left no long standing organization, but in the history of the NAACP we can see his influence, His life is also the story of opportunities that converge but do not merge.


Program "We Shall Not Be Moved" Sncc Conference, Trinity College Jan 1988

Program "We Shall Not Be Moved" Sncc Conference, Trinity College

We Shall Not Be Moved: videos of a1988 conference on the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee

No abstract provided.


Editor's Note, Wornie L. Reed Jan 1988

Editor's Note, Wornie L. Reed

Trotter Review

Since this winter issue of the Trotter Institute Review coincides with Black History Month, we are dedicating this issue to an important figure in Afro-American history —- William Monroe Trotter, after whom the Institute was named.

The lead article is the transcript of a speech given by Massachusetts State Representative Byron Rushing during the Black History Month ceremony at the Massachusetts State House on February 1, 1987, on the importance of knowing black history. The other articles and the poem in this issue were taken from presentations made at a symposium on William Monroe Trotter during the re-opening celebration last Fall ...


Raising Up Our Memory, Byron Rushing Jan 1988

Raising Up Our Memory, Byron Rushing

Trotter Review

There was a man named Carter G. Woodson; Carter G. Woodson was a historian. He taught school at a black college in Washington, D.C. — Howard University. He was concerned about the fact that when he went out to talk with young people — young black people in public schools in Washington, D.C. — none of the students could name a famous black person. He thought it was terrible that no young black people knew the names of famous black people; that they didn’t know the name of Frederick Douglass; that they didn’t know the names of black inventors ...


William Monroe Trotter: A One-Man Protester For Civil Rights, Robert C. Hayden Jan 1988

William Monroe Trotter: A One-Man Protester For Civil Rights, Robert C. Hayden

Trotter Review

William Monroe Trotter was the first, the only and the last of Boston’s significant protest leaders for civil rights, equality and justice for black Americans in this century. He gained national stature between 1901 and 1934.

Trotter was uncompromising in his demand for complete and immediate equality for black Americans in the early 1900s. His stress on militant protest for integration, legal and voting rights for blacks during the first quarter of this century became the hallmark of the modern civil rights movements of the 1954—65 period. William Monroe Trotter was a man 50 years ahead of his ...


Sncc Conference Pt. C "The Beginnings Of The Voter Registration Movement, 1961-1963.", Trinity College Jan 1988

Sncc Conference Pt. C "The Beginnings Of The Voter Registration Movement, 1961-1963.", Trinity College

We Shall Not Be Moved: videos of a1988 conference on the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee

Featuring James Forman, Bernard Lafayette, Charles Sherrod, Danny Lyon ; moderator, Julian Bond. Part of a 10 part series of videorecordings of a conference held at Trinity College, Hartford, CT, April 14-16, 1988, titled, "We Shall Not Be moved: The Life and Times of the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee, 1960-1966"


Sncc Conference Pt. J. "S.N.C.C., The 1960s, And The American Democratic Tradition.", Trinity College Jan 1988

Sncc Conference Pt. J. "S.N.C.C., The 1960s, And The American Democratic Tradition.", Trinity College

We Shall Not Be Moved: videos of a1988 conference on the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee

Featuring Clayborne Carson, Allen Matusow, Michael Thelwell ; moderator, Jack Chatfield. Part of a 10 part series of videorecordings of a conference held at Trinity College, Hartford, CT, April 14-16, 1988, titled, "We Shall Not Be moved: The Life and Times of the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee, 1960-1966"


Sncc Conference Pt. E. "In The Middle Of The Iceberg : The Movement In Mississippi, 1964-1965.", Trinity College Jan 1988

Sncc Conference Pt. E. "In The Middle Of The Iceberg : The Movement In Mississippi, 1964-1965.", Trinity College

We Shall Not Be Moved: videos of a1988 conference on the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee

Featuring Lawrence Guyot, Victoria Gray Adams, Hollis Watkins, Mendy Samstein ; moderator, Casey Hayden. Part of a 10 part series of videorecordings of a conference held at Trinity College, Hartford, CT, April 14-16, 1988, titled, "We Shall Not Be moved: The Life and Times of the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee, 1960-1966"


Sncc Conference Pt. I "The Rise And Triumph Of Black Power, 1965-1966.", Trinity College Jan 1988

Sncc Conference Pt. I "The Rise And Triumph Of Black Power, 1965-1966.", Trinity College

We Shall Not Be Moved: videos of a1988 conference on the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee

Featuring Michael Thelwell, Cleveland Sellers, Gloria House, Courtland Cox ; moderator, James Miller. Part of a 10 part series of videorecordings of a conference held at Trinity College, Hartford, CT, April 14-16, 1988, titled, "We Shall Not Be moved: The Life and Times of the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee, 1960-1966"


Sncc Conference Pt. F. "Oh Freedom : The Music Of The Movement", And Pt. G. "The S.N.C.C. Woman And The Stirrings Of Feminism.", Trinity College Jan 1988

Sncc Conference Pt. F. "Oh Freedom : The Music Of The Movement", And Pt. G. "The S.N.C.C. Woman And The Stirrings Of Feminism.", Trinity College

We Shall Not Be Moved: videos of a1988 conference on the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee

Featuring Casey Hayden, Jean Wheeler Smith, Joyce Ladner ; moderator, Barbara Sicherman. Part of a 10 part series of videorecordings of a conference held at Trinity College, Hartford, CT, April 14-16, 1988, titled, "We Shall Not Be moved: The Life and Times of the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee, 1960-1966"


Sncc Conference Pt. A "The New Abolitionists And The Modern South.", Trinity College Jan 1988

Sncc Conference Pt. A "The New Abolitionists And The Modern South.", Trinity College

We Shall Not Be Moved: videos of a1988 conference on the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee

Featuring Howard Zinn, Joanne Grant, Mary King, June Johnson ; moderator, J. Ronald Spencer. Part of a 10 part series of videorecordings of a conference held at Trinity College, Hartford, CT, April 14-16, 1988, titled, "We Shall Not Be moved: The Life and Times of the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee, 1960-1966"


Sncc Conference Pt. G: "The S.N.C.C. Woman And The Stirrings Of Feminism.", Trinity College Jan 1988

Sncc Conference Pt. G: "The S.N.C.C. Woman And The Stirrings Of Feminism.", Trinity College

We Shall Not Be Moved: videos of a1988 conference on the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee

Featuring Casey Hayden, Jean Wheeler Smith, Joyce Ladner ; moderator, Barbara Sicherman. Part of a 10 part series of videorecordings of a conference held at Trinity College, Hartford, CT, April 14-16, 1988, titled, "We Shall Not Be moved: The Life and Times of the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee, 1960-1966."


Sncc Conference Pt. D (Continued From Part C): "The Beginnings Of The Voter Registration Movement, 1961-1963.", Trinity College Jan 1988

Sncc Conference Pt. D (Continued From Part C): "The Beginnings Of The Voter Registration Movement, 1961-1963.", Trinity College

We Shall Not Be Moved: videos of a1988 conference on the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee

Featuring James Forman, Bernard Lafayette, Charles Sherrod, Danny Lyon ; moderator, Julian Bond. Part of a 10 part series of videorecordings of a conference held at Trinity College, Hartford, CT, April 14-16, 1988, titled, "We Shall Not Be moved: The Life and Times of the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee, 1960-1966"


Sncc Conference Pt. B. "The Redemptive Community : The Sit-Ins, The Freedom Rides, And The Birth Of S.N.C.C.", Trinity College Jan 1988

Sncc Conference Pt. B. "The Redemptive Community : The Sit-Ins, The Freedom Rides, And The Birth Of S.N.C.C.", Trinity College

We Shall Not Be Moved: videos of a1988 conference on the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee

Featuring Diane Nash, James Forman, Charles McDew, Bob Zellner ; moderator, Julian Bond. Part of a 10 part series of videorecordings of a conference held at Trinity College, Hartford, CT, April 14-16, 1988, titled, "We Shall Not Be moved: The Life and Times of the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee, 1960-1966"


Sncc Conference Pt. H. "Alabama Bound : Selma, And The Lowndes County Black Panther Party, 1964-1966.", Trinity College Jan 1988

Sncc Conference Pt. H. "Alabama Bound : Selma, And The Lowndes County Black Panther Party, 1964-1966.", Trinity College

We Shall Not Be Moved: videos of a1988 conference on the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee

Featuring Silas Norman, Martha Norman, Robert Mants, Johnny Jackson ; moderator, Cheryl Greenberg. Part of a 10 part series of videorecordings of a conference held at Trinity College, Hartford, CT, April 14-16, 1988, titled, "We Shall Not Be moved: The Life and Times of the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee, 1960-1966"


Discovering Maine's Prehistory Through Archaeology : An Interdisciplinary Curriculum Unit For Grades 5-8, Diane R. Kopec Jan 1988

Discovering Maine's Prehistory Through Archaeology : An Interdisciplinary Curriculum Unit For Grades 5-8, Diane R. Kopec

Maine Collection

Discovering Maine's Prehistory Through Archaeology : An Interdisciplinary Curriculum Unit for Grades 5-8

Developed by Diane R. Kopec for the Maine Historic Preservation Commission (Draft Edition), Augusta, Me., 1988.

Contents: Acknowledgements / Introduction / Description / Organization & General Procedures / Educational Goals & Behavioral Objectives / Unit Plan / What is Archaeology / Doing Archaeology: The Archaeologist & Methods / Doing Archaeology: Prehistory / Doing Archaeology: Excavation & Interpretation / Living Archaeology / Native Americans Today / You and Archaeology / Sources. References, Teacher Bibliography and Glossary



Slavery In The United States And China: A Comparative Study Of The Old South And The Han Dynasty, Yufeng Wang Jan 1988

Slavery In The United States And China: A Comparative Study Of The Old South And The Han Dynasty, Yufeng Wang

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

No abstract provided.


Ua45/6 Commencement Program, Wku Registrar Jan 1988

Ua45/6 Commencement Program, Wku Registrar

WKU Archives Records

Commencement program listing graduates.


Sallye B. Mathis And Mary L. Singleton: Black Pioneers On The Jacksonville, Florida, City Council, Barbara Hunter Walch Jan 1988

Sallye B. Mathis And Mary L. Singleton: Black Pioneers On The Jacksonville, Florida, City Council, Barbara Hunter Walch

UNF Graduate Theses and Dissertations

In 1967 Sallye Brooks Mathis and Mary Littlejohn Singleton were elected the first blacks in sixty years, and the first women ever, to the city council of Jacksonville, Florida. These two women had been raised in Jacksonville in a black community which, in spite of racial discrimination and segregation since the Civil War, had demonstrated positive leadership and cooperative action as it developed its own organizations and maintained a thriving civic life. Jacksonville blacks participated in politics when allowed to do so and initiated several economic boycotts and court suits to resist racial segregation. Black women played an important part ...