African American students
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Carl Barus was a professor of engineering and social activist. He taught in the Engineering Department at Swarthmore College from 1952 to 1985. He was active in negotiating a resolution to the 1969 admissions office sit-in by SASS and subsequently served on the Black Concerns Committee. Contains papers on African American student concerns at Swarthmore from the SASS sit-in in 1969 to minutes and papers of the Black Concerns Committee in the 1980s.
This collection contains documentation of Haverford's Black Students League. It includes the club's constitution, mission statement, programs, calendar of events, email printouts, and a report on race relations at Haverford.
The Emma Lapsansky-Werner collection holds material primarily related to the life and career of Emma Jones Lapsansky-Werner (1945-), History Professor and Curator of Special Collections at Haverford College from 1990-2005. The collection also holds records of family members from Emma’s maternal lineage dating back to the 1760s including members from the Jenkins, Parker and Hughes families.
This collection contains Richard A. Jones’s poetry, prose fiction, and academic writing, as well as teaching material from his tenure at Howard University, Kansas State University, and George Mason University, and materials regarding the Radical Philosophy Association.