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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

Photograph of a poster advertising an antiwar march held by the Tennessee Tech University Peace and Human Rights Alliance and a photograph of Alliance members passing out black armbands for the march.

1969-11-13

Photograph of Ed Osborne standing behind a lectern and speaking at the Tennessee Tech University President's Luncheon Forum on January 16, 1978. Osborne spoke on the needs of current Black students and asked why Tech did not have an advisor for Black students.

1978-01-16

Photograph of Ed Osborne standing behind a lectern and speaking at the Tennessee Tech University President's Luncheon Forum on January 16, 1978. Osborne spoke on the needs of current Black students and asked why Tech did not have an advisor for Black students.

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1982-01-14

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

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