Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Black and Blue: Yale Volunteers in the Mississippi Civil Rights Movement, 1963-1965 [research material and senior essay] by Jodi L. Wilgoren, Class of 1992, Yale College
The materials consist of audiotapes and transcripts of interviews, posters, flyers, reminiscences, memoranda, clippings assembled by Jodi L. Wilgoren (Yale 1992) for her senior essay titled Black and Blue: Yale Volunteers in the Mississippi Civil Rights Movement, 1963-1965.
Conflict between Students for a Democratic Society and Students for a Free Campus at Yale University records
The records consist of reports, correspondence, and related materials, maintained by the dean of Undergraduate Affairs, concerning the investigation of conflict that took place on the Yale campus in 1969-1970 between Students for a Democratic Society and Students for a Free Campus.
The materials consist of correspondence, press releases, oral history transcripts, objects, and printed material documenting Yale student involvement in the 1970 May Day rally in New Haven, Connecticut and published materials collected by the donor as a stringer for the "New York Times" related to Yale's student strike, the anti-war movement, and the Black Panthers trial in New Haven. Also included are publications related to anti-war activities nationally.
Out From Behind the Walls of Ivy: Dwight Hall and Student Activism in the 1930s and 1940s [research material and senior essay] by Richard D. Willits, Class of 1982, Yale College
The materials consist of drafts, notes, oral history interview tapes and transcripts, release forms, and other materials assembled by Richard D. Willits (Yale 1982) for his senior essay titled Out From Behind the Walls of Ivy: Dwight Hall and Student Activism in the 1930s and 1940s.
The collection consists of twenty-two color and black and white prints of Yale University and New Haven before, during, and after the May Day rally in 1970. Images concentrate on slogans painted on boarded-up store fronts around the Yale campus, banners and signs either hanging from buildings or carried by protestors, and crowds on the New Haven Green and the Yale campus.
The records consist of an interview [audiocassette] of Kingman Brewster, Jr. concerning May Day, 1970.