Citation
Student Action Movement 1970

Material Information

Title:
Student Action Movement 1970
Creation Date:
1970
Physical Description:
12" x 10"

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
1970's
Student Action Movement--New York--Oswego
Genre:
Negative, Film
8: Communication Artifact ( nmc )
Documentary Artifact ( nmc )

Notes

Summary:
Student Action Movement, 1970. ( eng )
Summary:
The Student Action Movement was a result of the coalescence of widespread concern among students for the preservation of the environment, civil/human rights, and an end to American involvement in the war in Southeast Asia. ( eng )
Summary:
Students at the meeting depicted in this photograph are listening to a tape recording of a rally between the Black and Puerto Rican Student Union and President Perdue (May 1970) which demands were made for (1) more intensive recruitment in black faculty and staff, (2) recruitment of black faculty and staff, (3) more relevant library resources and more books by black authors, and (4) an education program relevant to the needs of black people. ( eng )
Summary:
Negative. ( eng )
Summary:
[Enlarged exhibit image - 2005.006.0001, Folder 01-75] ( eng )
General Note:
CAPTION:Student Action Movement 1970

Record Information

Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
2005.006.0109 ( accession number )

OswegoDL Membership

Aggregations:
PastPerfect Photograph Collection