Sources

Introduction

San Francisco State University, Africana Studies Department, http://userwww.sfsu.edu/~afrs/

Photograph, University Archives, Milne Special Collections and Archives, c.1970

The Call for Change

"COPE" Extends Recruiting to Southern Students." The New Hampshire, October 4, 1968

"Eleven Speakers Here For 'Social Crises' Symposium." The New Hampshire, October 11, 1968

Photograph of President McConnell. The New Hampshire, October 29, 1968

"Campus Blacks Organize to Create Community Awareness." The New Hampshire, October 11, 1968

Student/Faculty Activism

Photograph of Bruce Bynum. The New Hampshire, May 9, 1969

"T-Hall 'Stand-in' Draws 250, SPU Splits." The New Hampshire, November 1, 1968

Photograph of Willie Halsey. The New Hampshire, November 1, 1968

Report of the Joint Student-Faculty Board on Black Student Affairs at U.N.H. University Archives, Milne Special Collections and Archives

"Black Studies Report Examined." The New Hampshire, March 21, 1969

"Black Studies Passed Unanimously." The New Hampshire, March 25, 1969

"Student-Faculty Senate Plan Unveiled." The New Hampshire, November 12, 1968

"Craig Tells Activists 'Go Like Hell'." The New Hampshire, September 27, 1968

"More than 500 Students Ask for Larger Role in University Government." The New Hampshire, March 6, 1968

"Student Assembly Planned." The New Hamsphire, March 1, 1968

"Symposium Stresses Negro Action." The New Hampshire, December 15, 1967

Administrative Response

Photograph of Myrna Adams. The New Hampshire, November 14, 1969

Photograph of James Johnson. The New Hampshire, September 26, 1969

"UNH Recruits More Blacks Under Trustee Guidelines." The New Hampshire, September 26, 1969

"Trustees Establish Guidelines." University Archives, Milne Special Collections and Archives, January 1970

Myrna Adams' Report

Adams, Myrna C., Report to the University Senate on Black Student Affairs, December 31, 1969. University Archives, Milne Special Collections and Archives

"Black Student Affairs Seeks Funds, Sense of Community." The New Hampshire, February 27, 1970

Impediments

"State Wary of Black Affairs says Peterson." The New Hampshire, September 26, 1969

"Black Studies Has Problems." The New Hampshire. May 2, 1969

"Black Student Affairs Seeks Funds, Sense of Continuity." The New Hampshire, February 27, 1970

"Developments in Funding Black Student Programs." Campus Journal, vol.VIII, no.25, June 3, 1970. University Archives, Milne Special Collections and Archives.

Conclusion

San Francisco State University, Academic Senate Policy s92-179, Position Statement and Plan of Action: Multicultural Perspectives in the Curriculum, approved May 9, 1992, accessed at http://www.sfsu.edu/~senate/documents/policies/S92-179.html