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Episode 012 of the Tennessee Tech Athletics weekly podcast featuring Thomas Savage, President of the Cookeville NAACP branch; John Pelphrey, Head Men's Basketball Coach; Kim Rosamond, Head Women's Basketball Coach; Jr. Clay, junior guard; Dane Quest, sophomore guard; Michael Lolio, senior guard; Abby Buckner, senior guard; Kesha Brady, senior guard; and DJ McFarlane, sophomore center. Duration: 1 hour, 5 minutes, 23 seconds. Originally published at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxJ94Uk4WVA . For a full text transcript of the audio, see item RG152_WUW_20200722_013_transcript.
Transcript of Wings Up Weekly Episode 012.
Title and wall panels for the "A History of Desegregation at Tennessee Tech University" exhibit installed on the main floor of Volpe Library at Tennessee Tech University on August 19, 2021.
Records of the "A History of Desegregation at Tennessee Tech University" exhibit installed on the main floor of Volpe Library at Tennessee Tech University on August 19 (wall panels) and September 23 (exhibit case), 2021.
A black strip of cloth stapled to a typed slip of paper. The paper directs the reader to "wear this armband as a symbol of mourning for those who have died in the Vietnamese war and with the hope that there will soon be an end to that war." It announces a meeting on October 15, 1969, at 8:00 pm at the Tennessee Tech University Wesley Arena.
Annual Report of the Tennessee Tech University Peace and Human Rights Alliance for the 1970-1971 academic year.
Constitution of the Peace and Human Rights Alliance at Tennessee Tech University. Includes a handwritten note "Ratified 1-15-70."
Announcement of the purpose of the Peace and Human Rights Alliance, a student organization at Tennessee Tech University and a proposed Peace Moratorium on November 13, 1969 in front of Derryberry Hall.
Clipping from an unknown newspaper on the Tennessee Tech University Peace and Human Rights Alliance's forum to "discuss the war in Cambodia and Vietnam and the protest on the campus of Kent State University, Ohio, in which four students were killed by National Guard gunfire."