Black Studies Curriculum Committee
In May, 1968, a College committee of students and faculty began meeting to discuss ways to make the College curriculum more relevant for black students. The committee was established in response to a SASS request that the College examine the possibility of Black Studies courses and events. The Black Studies Curriculum Committee continued meeting for at least two years, discussing and recommending curricular changes at the College. The documents on this page are the available minutes of the committee, arranged chronologically.