The Civil Rights History Project: Survey of Collections and Repositories
Kalamazoo College. Archives
1200 Academy St.
Repository URL: http://reason.kzoo.edu/archives/
Repository code: mikc
Repository description (CRHP): Kalamazoo College holds a variety of recordings that document of the Black Student Organization's demands in 1969, including one students' recollections and a 1987 talk given by Genna Rae McNeil, an early member of the BSO, titled "The importance of timing: Constitutional interpretation and the struggle of African-Americans for justice." Also available are lectures or speeches given by Rev. Albert B. Cleage (1968), David Woodyard (1967), N. Carey McWilliams (1967), and Charles V. Hamilton (1968). Topics include Black Power and civil disobedience.
Repository description (extant): The permanent records of Kalamazoo College document its growth and development from its founding through the present day. They serve as an informational resource for administrative decision making and for other College operations and activities, as well as provide an educational resource for students and scholars. The mission of the Kalamazoo College Archives is to collect, preserve, organize, and make available these significant non-current records of historical and/or administrative value.
Repository type: University Special Collection
Rev. Albert B. Cleage, Jr. speech
Dialogue on civil disobedience
Riots, race, and radicals
A whitewash of black power
The sixties at K[alamazoo College]