Browse Items (17 total)
- Collection: Black Student Activism in Camden
Complete issue of the Black Observer newspaper from Camden, circa fall 1969. The precise date is not printed on the issue. Rutgers-Camden students affiliated with the Black Student Unity Movement (BSUM) produced this paper for the community. Names of…
A proposal for creating an Urban Studies program at the College of South Jersey (Rutgers-Camden), prepared for the Black Student Unity Movement by Malik Chaka (Michael C. Edwards), Resource Assistant at the Sociology Department. Chaka was a student…
Flyer for GI Day events at the University of Pennsylvania on Saturday, March 1. The reverse side of the flyer was used by Rutgers-Camden students for a mimeographed message promoting the Black Culture Day at the College Center on Friday, April 25.…
The complete issue of the Khuluma newsletter for April 13, 1972. Khuluma was a weekly publication by black students at Rutgers-Camden.
The complete issue of the Khuluma newsletter for March 8, 1972. Khuluma was a weekly publication by black students at Rutgers-Camden.
The complete issue of the Khuluma newsletter for November 10, 1971. Khuluma was a weekly publication by black students at Rutgers-Camden.
Memo from the Admissions Committee of the College of South Jersey (Rutgers-Camden), issued on March 6, 1969, regarding the Black Student Unity Movement's demands related to admissions. Attached is a Presentation by the University Extension Division…
Millet, Barry M.
Memo from Sherwood O. Cole, Chairman of the Faculty/Student Relations Committee, and Barry M. Millett, Dean of Students, to W. Layton Hall, Dean of the College of South Jersey (Rutgers-Camden), issued on March 5, 1969. Cole and Millett report about a…
Hart, Robert T.
Memo from Robert T. Hart, Chairman of the Financial Aid Committee of the College of South Jersey (Rutgers-Camden), issued on March 5, 1969, regarding the Black Student Unity Movement's demands related to financial aid.
Black Student Unity Movement (BSUM)
24 demands presented by the Black Student Unity Movement to Rutgers University on February 10, 1969. The demands were distributed widely on campus, and multiple copies have been preserved in Special Collections at the Paul Robeson Library in Camden…
A report to the New Jersey Legislature concerning the recent events and disturbances at the Newark and Camden campuses of Rutgers, the State University
Dungan, Ralph A.
A report to the New Jersey Legislature prepared by Ralph A. Dungan, Chancellor of Higher Education, concerning the Black students' protests at Rutgers-Newark and Rutgers-Camden in February of 1969. The report includes a chronology of the events at…
Hall, W. Layton
Copy of memo to Faculty and Students at the College of South Jersey (Rutgers-Camden), issued on February 17, 1969, regarding the Black Student Unity Movement's 24 demands. Although unsigned, it appears the memo was issued by the office of W. Layton…
Gross, Mason W.
Letter from Rutgers President Mason W. Gross, dated February 27, 1969, to Rutgers-Camden students Thomas Warren and Roy Jones. The letter serves as a confirmation of the remarks that the president made at the meeting in Camden on February 26, 1969,…
Camden Defense Committee
City in Crisis brochure produced by the Camden Defense Committee in October 1969. The brochure includes information about BPUM and the arrest of the Camden five during a raid on September 8, 1969. The committee's address is listed as 314 Linden…
Camden Defense Committee
Camden Defense Committee memo dated November 17, 1969, signed by Robert P. Weber, Chaplain at Rutgers-Camden, regarding a brochure about urban problems in Camden (see the related item: City in Crisis brochure). Defense committee members listed are…
Black People's Unity Movement (BPUM)
Double-sided flyer for a December 22, 1969, event with Charles "Poppy" Sharp, chairman of the Black People's Unity Movement (BPUM) in Camden, sponsored by the United Black Front. The front of the flyer has an image of Sharp and event details. The…
Senior photo of Julia E. Baxter (later known as Julia Baxter Bates) printed in the 1938 Quair yearbook.