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Clipping from page 3 of the May 5, 1972 issue of The Oracle student newspaper.

1972-05-05

Pages 3-5 from the Tennessee Tech University Communication/Journalism Program's biannual Eagle Eye magazine. The article discusses Corinne Johnson's experiences growing up and starting college as an African American in Chicago, Illinois, and visiting Memphis, Tennessee; what Chicago was like during the 1960s; her work in the Office of Multicultural Affairs at Tennessee Tech; the racism that underrepresented students face on campus at Tech; and the current racial climate in the United States. The article includes three photographs of Johnson and one photograph of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

2020-12

Clipping from page 4 of the February 8, 1980 issue of The Oracle student newspaper.

1980-02-08

Group photograph of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Pictured from left to right, row 1 are: , Tomika Baptist, Danielle N. Lee, Tonya Denise Brown; row 2: Dana Mason Owens, and Shenna Randle.

1995-10-02

Group photograph of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Pictured from left to right, row 1 are: Leslie Hamlett, Tomika Baptist, Danielle N. Lee, Tonya Denise Brown; row 2: Dana Mason Owens, and Shenna Randle.

1995-10-02

Clipping from page 6 of the January 16, 1981 issue of The Oracle student newspaper.

1981-01-16

Clipping from page 3 of the February 23, 1973 issue of The Oracle student newspaper on the Tennessee Tech University men'sjunior varsity basketball team and men's track and field team.

1973-02-23

Clipping from page 3 of the February 16, 1973 issue of The Oracle student newspaper on the Tennessee Tech University women's basketball team and men's junior varisty basketball team.

1973-02-16

Annual report for the Sons of Solomon to the Tennessee Tech University Dean of Students for the 1997-1998 academic year. Includes a list of officers and activities.

1998-09-28

Clipping from page 4 of the February 12, 1982 issue of The Oracle student newspaper.

1982-02-12

Clipping from page 3 of the May 2, 1980 issue of The Oracle student newspaper.

1980-05-02

Clipping from page 1 of the February 16, 1973 issue of The Oracle student newspaper on Black History Week at Tennessee Tech University.

1973-02-16

Clipping from page 4 of the February 11, 1972 issue of The Oracle student newspaper.

1972-02-11

Clipping from page 2 of the February 4, 1972 issue of The Oracle student newspaper on Black History Week at Tennessee Tech University.

1972-02-04

Clipping from page 3 of the April 2, 1971 issue of The Oracle student newspaper.

1971-04-02

Clipping from page 3 of the February 11, 1972 issue of The Oracle student newspaper.

1972-02-11

Clipping from page 5 of the January 11, 1980 issue of The Oracle student newspaper.

1980-01-11

Clipping from page 3 of the December 1, 1972 issue of The Oracle student newspaper on the Tennessee Tech University football team. Includes the team roster and statistics from the 1972 season.

1972-12-01

Clipping from page 4 of the February 4, 1972 issue of The Oracle student newspaper.

1972-02-04

Annual report for the Sons of Solomon to the Tennessee Tech University Dean of Students for the 1996-1997 academic year. Includes a list of officers, activities, and membership roster.

1997-04-09

Clipping from page 3 of the November 2, 1973 issue of The Oracle student newspaper on the Tennessee Tech University men's basketball team, football team, and men's cross country team.

1973-11-02

Clipping from page 1 of the November 21, 1969 issue of The Oracle student newspaper on Tennessee Tech University's Black Student Organization.

1969-11-21

Clipping from page 4 of the May 21, 1971 issue of The Oracle student newspaper.

1971-05-21

Clipping from page 1 of the February 2, 1973 issue of The Oracle student newspaper.

1973-02-02

Clipping from page 3 of the April 6, 1973 issue of The Oracle student newspaper on the Tennessee Tech University men's basketball players Wayne Pack and Rich Stone, baseball team, and men's track and field team.

1973-04-06

Clipping from page 1 of the February 9, 1973 issue of The Oracle student newspaper.

1973-02-09

Clipping from page 3 of the February 9, 1973 issue of The Oracle student newspaper on the Tennessee Tech University men's basketball team, women's basketball team, and men's track and field team.

1973-02-09

Clipping from page 2 of the April 24, 1981 issue of The Oracle student newspaper.

1981-04-17

Clipping from page 3 of the April 16, 1982 issue of The Oracle student newspaper.

1982-04-16

Clipping from page 3 of the March 2, 1973 issue of The Oracle student newspaper on the Tennessee Tech University men's basketball team, women's basketball team, and men's track and field team.

1973-03-02

Clipping from pages 1 and 3 of the January 28, 1972 issue of The Oracle student newspaper.

1972-01-28

Clipping from page 2 of the April 27, 1973 issue of The Oracle student newspaper. The clipping is a letter to the editor in response to Tennessee Tech University men's tennis coach Larry Ware's abandonment of David Brents, a Black tennis player, in Johnson City, Tennessee, and the activism of and backlash against Tennessee Tech Black athletes.

1973-04-27

Page 125 from the Eagle yearbook for 1973-1974 on Tennessee Tech University men's tennis coach Larry Ware's abandonment of David Brents, a Black tennis player, in Johnson City, Tennessee, and the activism of Tennessee Tech Black athletes in response.

1974

Clipping from page 3 of the April 27, 1973 issue of The Oracle student newspaper on Tennessee Tech University football coach Don Wade's and track coach Bob Noyes's decisions to dismiss Black athletes who refused to practice in response to Ware's abandonment of David Brents, a Black tennis player, in Johnson City, Tennessee.

1973-04-27

Clipping from page 1 of the April 27, 1973 issue of The Oracle student newspaper on Tennessee Tech University men's tennis coach Larry Ware's abandonment of David Brents, a Black tennis player, in Johnson City, Tennessee, and the activism of and backlash against Tennessee Tech Black athletes in response.

1973-04-27

Audio recording of an interview of Damon Prince by Joshua Egwuatu conducted over Zoom for the Black Cultural Center Oral History Project. The recording duration is 1 hour, 5 minutes, 18 seconds. Prince attended Tennessee Tech University off and on from 1992 to 2014. Prince discusses his background in a military family, why he decided to attend Tennessee Tech, how Cookeville was different from other places he lived, how changes to high school academic requirements made him ineligible to play football at Tech, his interest in music and career in music, what it was like being a minority student at Tennessee Tech, university employees and friends that pushed and helped him graduate, how he got involved with the Leona Lusk Officer Black Cultural Center (BCC), how students used the Black Cultural Center, his career in human resources, and his work for Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). Princes gives advice to students and Egwuatu. Egwuatu compares his experiences with the BCC and college with Prince’s experiences. For a transcript of the recording, see item BCCOH_Prince_20210112_transcript.

2021-01-20

Audio recording of an interview of Wentford Gaines by Jerone Dudley conducted over Zoom for the Black Cultural Center Oral History Project. The recording duration is 59 minutes, 55 seconds. Gaines was born on February 4, 1953. He attended Tennessee Tech in the spring quarter of 1973. The football coaches recruited Gaines to play football at Tech. Gaines and other Black student athletes were dismissed from the team for refusing to practice after Tennis Coach Larry Ware abandoned David Brents, a Black tennis player in Johnson City, Tennessee. Gaines describes growing up as a Black child in a single-parent household in Anderson, South Carolina; his time attending and playing football at Ferrum College in Virginia; being recruited to Tennessee Tech; the broken promises, racism, and isolation he faced at Tennessee Tech and in Cookeville; and his life after transferring from Tech. Gaines details going to the University of Cincinnati, his time playing in the National Football League (NFL), living in Texas and New Jersey, teaching and coaching in Jersey City, teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic, playing athletics in high school, his sons’s athletic and academic experiences. Gaines describes the isolation of being Black in Cookeville, the lack of interaction between non-local Black students and the Black community in Cookeville, and how he only felt comfortable going out to one bar (likely John’s Place) in the area and otherwise went to Nashville to socialize. Dudley makes comparisons between his experiences and Gaines’s experiences in Cookeville. For a transcript of the interview, see item BCCOH_Gaines_20201127_transcript.

2020-11-27

24 page transcript of an interview of Damon Prince by Joshua Egwuatu conducted over Zoom for the Black Cultural Center Oral History Project. Prince attended Tennessee Tech University off and on from 1992 to 2014. Prince discusses his background in a military family, why he decided to attend Tennessee Tech, how Cookeville was different from other places he lived, how changes to high school academic requirements made him ineligible to play football at Tech, his interest in music and career in music, what it was like being a minority student at Tennessee Tech, university employees and friends that pushed and helped him graduate, how he got involved with the Leona Lusk Officer Black Cultural Center (BCC), how students used the Black Cultural Center, his career in human resources, and his work for Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). Princes gives advice to students and Egwuatu. Egwuatu compares his experiences with the BCC and college with Prince’s experiences. For the interview audio, see item BCCOH_Prince_20210112.

2021-01-20

27 page transcript of an interview of Wentford Gaines by Jerone Dudley conducted over Zoom for the Black Cultural Center Oral History Project. Gaines was born on February 4, 1953. He attended Tennessee Tech in the spring quarter of 1973. The football coaches recruited Gaines to play football at Tech. Gaines and other Black student athletes were dismissed from the team for refusing to practice after Tennis Coach Larry Ware abandoned David Brents, a Black tennis player in Johnson City, Tennessee. Gaines describes growing up as a Black child in a single-parent household in Anderson, South Carolina; his time attending and playing football at Ferrum College in Virginia; being recruited to Tennessee Tech; the broken promises, racism, and isolation he faced at Tennessee Tech and in Cookeville; and his life after transferring from Tech. Gaines details going to the University of Cincinnati, his time playing in the National Football League (NFL), living in Texas and New Jersey, teaching and coaching in Jersey City, teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic, playing athletics in high school, his sons’s athletic and academic experiences. Gaines describes the isolation of being Black in Cookeville, the lack of interaction between non-local Black students and the Black community in Cookeville, and how he only felt comfortable going out to one bar (likely John’s Place) in the area and otherwise went to Nashville to socialize. Dudley makes comparisons between his experiences and Gaines’s experiences in Cookeville. For the audio recording of the interview, see item BCCOH_Gaines_20201127.

2020-12-02

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