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Black experience in America

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Adamsel, Louis. Interview, 2021-05-28

Identifier: SC027-08
Scope and Contents In this interview, Louis Adamsel speaks on his time as an undergraduate student at California State University San Marcos, aspects of his life as a student leader, his experience as a Black student and, later, as a staff member. Adamsel discusses his experience advocating for the opening of the Black Student Center and the purpose the BSC serves to students, including the necessity of having a variety of resources in order to retain underserved students. He also speaks on mentorships and...
Dates: 2021-05-28

Berhane, Gezai. Interview, 2023-03-29

Scope and Contents

In this interview, Berhane discusses his immigration journey, involvement with the Cross-Cultural Center, campus Greek life, and other student centers at California State University San Marcos.

Dates: 2023-03-29

Good Morning Teaspoon (Vol. 4, No. 3), 1968-02-21

Scope and Contents "'Hip' Barred at Border" [satirical article about hippies being turned away by Mexican authories]; "Black Student Council Honors Malcom X"; "Sailors Duped in Pot Bust: 11 Charged"; "Free Huey [Newton, Minister of Defense, Black Panther Party]; "SMC Conference Student Strike" [Student Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam]; "Irresolute Faculty Does It Again" [Faculty Senate at San Diego State College defeat Vietnam War resolutions]; "You're Free To Go" [police harassment at traffic...
Dates: Publication: 1968-02-21

San Diego Free Door to Liberation (vol. 1, no. 38), 1969-10-23

Scope and Contents "The Big Lie Laid On Children" [Cycle of socialization of middle-class American values]; "Iconoclastic Spastic: Spastic Solves the Problems of Ecology"; "Letters to the Editor"; "XEMO, A Racist Station" [San Diego AM radio station]; "Book Review" [Star Sine Make it / Richard Brautigan]; "Can a Black Make It?" [Black people in politics]; "CIC to Continue?" [Citizens Interracial Committee, San Diego]; "Wanta Go to Vietnam?"; "The Frustration Wall" [popular hang out for youth in Ocean Beach...
Dates: Publication: 1969-10-23

San Diego Free Door to Liberation (vol. 1, no. 50), 1970-04-09

Scope and Contents "Moratorium March" [San Diego Citizen's Mobilization Committee to end the War in Vietnam sponsoring anti-war march on 4/11/1970]; "Busted Bus" [police brutality, arrest of Joe Loud and James W. Morgan]; "Busted Bust" [arrest of and pasties for Janice, dancer at Les Girls - related to "Busted Bus" story]; "What's Happening?" [Students Freed From Nosey Meddlers (Fitchburg State College); The Sears Catalog of Diaster; Black Profiles (Alabama KKK attack Black Muslim ranch; Richard E. Ranger...
Dates: Publication: 1970-04-09

Teaspoon Door (Vol. 1, No. 20), 1969-02-14

Scope and Contents Black Man In America: Chronology & Milstones of the Black Man in America from 1492 to 1966, In Commemoration of Afro-American Emphasis Week in San Diego, Feb 10-17; Peace Pilgrim Plods to Pacific; Editorial ; TD Interview with Suspected Undercover Policeman; The Demise of Ramparts [liberal Catholic quarterly]; HIPpocrates: Widening the Generation Gap; Isolation and Intervention -- Dr. Fred Warner Neal; The Drug Thing' Movie Review [Romeo and Juliet]; Where to Buy Teaspoon Door;...
Dates: Publication: 1969-02-14

The Door (Vol. 3, No. 1), 1971-06-09

Scope and Contents [Comics: V-8 Hijinks, Fourth Estate Funnies, Weird Romances, Studly, Little Ingrid]; "Reader's Soapbox: Hippies & Colour"; [Letters to the Editor]; "The Black and White Experience"; "Short Notes: PRG [Provisionary Revolutionary Government of South Vietnam] & FBI; Stawberry UFWOC [United Farm Worker Organizing Committee]; Military; Bobby Seale & Ericka Huggins; Witches [Anne Steward, teacher retiring after being accused of being a witch]; "Harpoon Man" [Hawaii Harpoon undergound...
Dates: Publication: 1971-06-09

Voice & Viewpoint, 2022-11-03 to ongoing

Scope and Contents

Newspaper focuses on regional and national news important to the African-American communities of San Diego County, with African-American perspectives. Content focuses on people, opinion, and news that are important to the Black community. Accruals to Special Collections are ongoing starting November of 2022.

Dates: Publication: 2022-11-03 to ongoing