UPI - The African American Experience 1930-1980

 

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Identifier

35160004383452

Creation Date

6-4-1970

Subject—Topics

Civil Rights Movement

Description

Fort Wayne, Indiana: The Rev. Dr. Hubert G. Locke (center), a popular black professor and chaplain to students at Wayne State University, discusses current problems with black coeds at that school. The Rev. Locke says, 'Black youths have become far more radical in their thinking in the past two years.'

Format

BW Photograph, 11" x 8.5"

Source

United Press International

Keywords

African Americans, history, United States, prejudice, desegregation, civil rights movement, Black Panthers

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