The Black student protest movement at Rutgers


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Richard P. McCormick has chronicled the black student protest movement at Rutgers University, from the 1960s to today. He examines the forces that produced the protest movement, the tactics that were employed, and the qualified gains that were achieved. He tells us about demonstrations, building occupations, committee hearings, and countless meetings, but he also paints portraits of the many student leaders who mobilized protest. This is the story of a lot of pain, some blunders, and some successes.

The Black Student Protest Movement at Rutgers 1990, Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, NJ

ISBN-13: 9780813515755

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