The Civil Rights History Project: Survey of Collections and Repositories
African American chronicles: Black history at Penn State
Repository: Pennsylvania State University
Collection Description (Extant): African American students, faculty, staff, and alumni have inspired and empowered the Penn State community. This timeline-based website chronicles the struggles and successes experienced by African Americans at Penn State.
Explore the timeline and read about historical events and African American contributions to academics, culture, athletics, and the arts. Watch interviews with some of Penn State's noteworthy alumni and view archived photographs & documents.
Collection URL: http://www.blackhistory.psu.edu/
Digital Status: Yes
Interviewees: Benson L. Dutton, Betty Love Gibbs, Blondell Reynolds Brown, Calvin H. Waller, Charles L. Blockson, Charles T. Davis, Coquese Washington, Cynthia Baldwin, Darryl Daisey, Dave Alston, Eddie N. Moore, Jr., Eugene Richardson, Tiffanie Lewis, Frederick B. Phillips, Grace Hampton, Guion S. Bluford, Harold E. Cheatham, James B. Stewart, John Amaechi, Kenneth C. Frazier, Marie Dutton Brown, Rohan Murphy, Seth Williams, Ronald Mallett, Thelma Price, Vincent Moss, Vance Moss, Wally Triplett
Rights (CRHP): Contact the repository which holds the collection for information on rights
African American college students--Pennsylvania
African American college teachers
Pennsylvania State University