Black Panther Party
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
This file contains an issue of ‘Frox,’ an independent news publication created and distributed by students at Long Beach High School in Long Beach, California. The publication discusses social issues from the perspective of high school students, but also covers larger-scale topics like the U.S. military intervention in Cambodia and South African apartheid.
This folder contains flyers and leaflets created and distributed by members of Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) at the University of Connecticut and Yale University. Many of the folder’s contents specifically discuss the racist practices and theories that existed within the infrastructure of UConn’s faculty, particularly the Behavioral Sciences Department, while other documents advocate for the abolition of the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) on college campuses.
This folder contains a variety of publications created and distributed by Students for a Democratic Society. Among the topics discussed are the Black Panther party, the Vietnam War, and institutionalized racism.
This folder contains several short papers and articles written by members of Students for a Democratic Society. Among the topics discussed are racial inequality, the Vietnam War, American communists, and the Chinese communist revolution.