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Title
Conflict over Black Studies program at San Francisco State
Date Created and/or Issued
1969-10-30T08:00:00Z
Publication Information
Chapman University Digital Commons
Contributing Institution
Chapman University, Frank Mt. Pleasant Library of Special Collections and Archives
Collection
UPI - The African American Experience 1930-1980
Rights Information
copyrighted
UPI retains the copyright on all photographs. Permission to use photographs must be obtained from United Press International.
Description
San Francisco: Dr. S. I. Hayakawa, President of San Francisco State College, address[es] press conference 10/30 (L) at which time he said militant black students have created a 'reign of terror' in the school's new Black Studies program. Students have forced teachers out of their classrooms & taken over classes for unauthorized rallies & propaganda sessions, Hayakawa said. The new uproar at the college broke out when black militants held a news conference at which Nathan Hare (R - at that 10/29 conference) was proclaimed head of the department in exile. Hare had been ousted by Hayakawa last year.
Type
Image
Format
image/jpeg
Identifier
http://digitalcommons.chapman.edu/upi_african_american/22
Subject
African Americans
History
United States
Prejudice
Desegregation
Civil rights movement
Black Panthers
African American Studies
United States History
Source
UPI - The African American Experience 1930-1980

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