by Gary B. Ostrower
A 1968 disruption of an ROTC ceremony at Alfred University in 1968 involved just 15 students and 2 faculty. It won't be remembered with Berkeley or Columbia in the annals of student protest, but it made a significant impact on the legal requirements placed on universities' policies for dealing with student protest.
SOURCE: University of Mississippi
University of Mississippi Makes Available Oral Histories of Student Protesters Sent to Parchman Prison Farm
Historian Garrett Felber and his students began a project to document the experiences of Mississippi students arrested in 1970 and sent to the notorious prison farm.
by Steve Early
1970 Student Strike participant Steve Early reflects on the massive college student walkouts and their relevance to today's political climate.
SOURCE: Black Perspectives
by Mike Jirik
The student protests against anti-black racism at UNC Chapel Hill are part of a long history of student protest against racism that includes individuals like John Brown Russwurm.
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