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1 Student Protests in the 1960s MEI YUEN HO RESEARCH PROJECT

2 U.S. Census Bureau. Historical Poverty Tables

3 First page of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

4 Fred Powledge, New York Times, 8 March 1964 The New York Times What about Hobart & William Smith students?

5 Herald, 14 Feb 1964 HWS

6 Charles pdegraph, Herald, 14 Feb 1964 HWS

7 Herald, 17 Apr 1964 HWS Hobart & William Smith students DID get involved in the movement

8 But

9 David C. Smith, Department of History Herald, 14 Feb 1964 Fred Powledge, New York Times, 8 March 1964 Prediction were made Greater involvement ahead ?

10 1965 Herald, 19 Nov 1965

11 1966 Herald, 18 Feb 1966

12 1968 Herald 17 May 1968

13 Prediction comes true In 1964, HWS students were somewhat involved in national events and would become more active in the future

14 Citation "Civil Rights Act of 1964.""Civil Rights Act of 1964." Poverty and the Government in America: A Historical Encyclopedia. Santa Barbara: ABC- CLIO, Credo Reference. Web. 28 October By, FRED P. "RIGHTS MOVEMENT STIRS STUDENTS." New York Times (1923-Current file): 61. Mar ProQuest. Web. 28 Oct Smith, David. “Student Interest In Rights Bill Praised” Herald 14 Fre Print. “NSM Freedom Sing Helps Racial Fight” Herald 14 Feb Print. Pdegraph, Charles. “Sixteen Students Travel To Capital; Join Civil Rights Pressure Group” Herald 17 Feb Print. King, Nancy. “Great Enthusiasm On Washington Trip” Herald 14 Feb Print. “NSM Plans Trip To Washington To Urge Action on Rights Bill” Herald 17 Apr Print. “Hobart and William Smith Contingent Assembled For March On Washington” Herald 19 Nov Print. “King Scholarship Referendum Passes; Student Fund Honors Man of Peace” Herald 17 May Print.


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