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Clipping from page 1 of the May 24, 1968 issue of The Oracle student newspaper on President Everett Derryberry.

1968-05-24

Clipping from page 2 of the May 1, 1970 issue of The Oracle student newspaper on college student activism.

1970-05-01

Main poster for the "What Affects One Group Affects All of Us": Black Student Activism at Tennessee Tech exhibit installed in the Office of Multicultural Affair's exhibit case on the second floor of the Roaden University Center on February 1, 2021.

2021-02-01

Records of the "What Affects One Group Affects All of Us": Black Student Activism at Tennessee Tech exhibit installed in the Office of Multicultural Affair's exhibit case on the second floor of the Roaden University Center on February 1, 2021.

2021-02-01

Memorandum from the Tennessee Tech University Subcommittee on Student Organizations to Ted Raper, President of the Peace and Human Rights Alliance about required revisions to the organization constitution in order for it to be approved. The document includes the draft "Need for the Peace and Human Rights Alliance on T.T.U Campus" and draft constitution.

1969-11-21

Constitution of the Peace and Human Rights Alliance at Tennessee Tech University. Includes a handwritten note "Ratified 1-15-70."

1970-01-15

circa 1969-1970

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.

1969-11

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."

1970

Announcement by a group of Tennessee Tech University students sponsored by the Peace and Human Rights Alliance regarding the National Guard shootings of students at Kent State and inviting people to "wear a black arm band or path and to sign our letter to the governor of Ohio."

1970

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.

1969-10

 

1969

Photograph of Ed Osborne, a Black student, standing behind a lectern and speaking at the Tennessee Tech University President's Luncheon Forum. Osborne spoke on the needs of current Black students and asked why Tech did not have an advisor for Black students.

1978-01-16

Clipping from page 2 of the May 15, 1970 issue of The Oracle student newspaper.

1970-05-15

Clipping from page 3 of the May 22, 1970 issue of The Oracle student newspaper.

1970-05-22

Clipping from page 1 of the February 6, 1970 issue of The Oracle student newspaper on student and faculty led anti-pollution activities at Tennessee Tech University.

1970-02-06

Letter from Tennessee Tech University alumni Nelia J. Kimbrough, Calvin Kimbrough, David E. McIntyre, and Patricia McIntyre to the editor of The Oracle student newspaper in response to Tennessee Tech 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. Included with the letter is a clipping from The Atlanta Constitution.

1973-04-19

Page 47 from the Eagle yearbook for 1985-1986 on Tennessee Tech University students's and faculties's protest against South African apartheid.

1986

Clipping from page 2 of the December 5, 1969 issue of The Oracle student newspaper criticizing marches against death.

1969-12-05

Application by the Tennessee Tech University Peace and Human Rights Alliance to hold a rally on June 5, 1970, from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm at the West Annex on Tennessee Tech University's campus. The program is described as "Building Burning & Protest Rally." The method of financing is listed as "Marijuana Sales --> Cookies, Brownies, Roll your own."

1970-05-29

Annual Report of the Tennessee Tech University Peace and Human Rights Alliance for the 1970-1971 academic year.

1971-05-14

Photograph of Ed Osborne, a Black student, standing behind a lectern and speaking at the Tennessee Tech University President's Luncheon Forum. Osborne spoke on the needs of current Black students and asked why Tech did not have an advisor for Black students.

1978-01-16

Clipping from page 1 of the May 15, 1970 issue of The Oracle student newspaper.

1970-05-15

Clipping from pages 1 of the October 31, 1969 issue of The Oracle student newspaper on Tennessee Tech University Associated Student Body's reaction to the Peace and Human Rights Alliance's planned March against Death.

1969-10-31

Clipping from page 4 of the May 15, 1970 issue of The Oracle student newspaper.

1970-05-15

Clipping from pages 1 and 2 of the December 5, 1969 issue of The Oracle student newspaper on Tennessee Tech University students's attendance at the Vietnam Moratorium march in Washington, D.C., on November 15, 1969.

1969-11-07

Clipping from page 3 of the November 7, 1969 issue of The Oracle student newspaper on the Tennessee Tech University Peace and Human Rights Alliance.

1969-11-07

Panels for the "What Affects One Group Affects All of Us": Black Student Activism at Tennessee Tech exhibit installed in the Office of Multicultural Affair's exhibit case on the second floor of the Roaden University Center on February 1, 2021.

2021-02-01

Page 53 from the Eagle yearbook for 1977-1978.

1978

Clipping from pages 1 and 4 of the December 5, 1969 issue of The Oracle student newspaper on Tennessee Tech University's Associated Student Body President Allan Ray's State of the Campus address.

1969-12-05

Photograph of Tennessee Tech University students participating in an anti-apartheid march on campus.

1985-05-23

Photograph of Tennessee Tech University students participating in an anti-apartheid march on campus.

1985-05-23

Clipping from page 3 of the February 3, 1978 issue of The Oracle student newspaper on Ed Osborne's speech on the needs of Black students at a Tennessee Tech University Luncheon Forum.

1978-02-03

Photograph of David Brents, a Tennessee Tech University Black student athlete, standing at the President's Luncheon Forum. Jeff Axel spoke about tennis Coach Larry Ware's abandonment of Brents in Johnson City, Tennessee, and other instances of racial discrimination at the Forum.

1973-04-16

Photograph of Jeffrey Axel, a Tennessee Tech University Black student athlete, standing behind a lectern and leaning over to pick up a sports brochure. Axel called out men's tennis Coach Larry Ware’s racist treatment of David Brents, the university’s lack of recognition of Black athletes’ abilities, underrepresentation of Black athletes in publicity materials, and racism in the “T” Club for varsity student athletes.

1973-04-16

Photograph of Jeffrey Axel, a Tennessee Tech University Black student athlete, standing behind a lectern and speaking at the President's Luncheon Forum. Axel called out men's tennis Coach Larry Ware’s racist treatment of David Brents, the university’s lack of recognition of Black athletes’ abilities, underrepresentation of Black athletes in publicity materials, and racism in the “T” Club for varsity student athletes.

1973-04-16

Photograph of Jeffrey Axel, a Tennessee Tech University Black student athlete, standing behind a lecturn and speaking at the President's Luncheon Forum. Axel is holding a brochure for the men's track and field team. Axel called out men's tennis Coach Larry Ware’s racist treatment of David Brents, the university’s lack of recognition of Black athletes’ abilities, underrepresentation of Black athletes in publicity materials, and racism in the “T” Club for varsity student athletes.

1973-04-16

Photograph of Jeffrey Axel, a Tennessee Tech University Black student athlete, standing behind a lectern and speaking at the President's Luncheon Forum. Axel called out men's tennis Coach Larry Ware’s racist treatment of David Brents, the university’s lack of recognition of Black athletes’ abilities, underrepresentation of Black athletes in publicity materials, and racism in the “T” Club for varsity student athletes.

1973-04-16

Photograph of Jeffrey Axel, a Tennessee Tech University Black student athlete, standing behind a lectern and speaking at the President's Luncheon Forum. Axel is holding and looking at a brochure for the men's track and field team. Axel called out men's tennis Coach Larry Ware’s racist treatment of David Brents, the university’s lack of recognition of Black athletes’ abilities, underrepresentation of Black athletes in publicity materials, and racism in the “T” Club for varsity student athletes.

1973-04-16

Photograph of Jeffrey Axel, a Tennessee Tech University Black student athlete, standing behind a lectern and speaking at the President's Luncheon Forum. Axel called out men's tennis Coach Larry Ware’s racist treatment of David Brents, the university’s lack of recognition of Black athletes’ abilities, underrepresentation of Black athletes in publicity materials, and racism in the “T” Club for varsity student athletes.

1973-04-16

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