Eleven Demands

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Title

Eleven Demands

Subject

Black power
Student activism
Universities and colleges--Administration
University of Texas at Austin
Texas--History--1951-
New Left--United States

Description

A list of demands presented to the administration of the University of Texas at Austin by Afro-Americans for Black Liberation, a student organization. The demands include the establishment of a Black Studies department, free admissions for 2000 minority students, and the hiring of Third World (sic) faculty in all departments.

Creator

Afro-Americans for Black Liberation

Date

1969

Language

English

Type

Still Image

Format

Ink on paper
8.27in x 11.69in

Rights

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Source

The University of Texas at Austin
Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
Students for a Democratic Society Records, 1962-1978
Box 2J115
Students for a Democratic Society Reports, 1967-1971 Folder 1 of 2

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Typed list
Ink on paper

Physical Dimensions

8.27in x 11.69in

Citation

Afro-Americans for Black Liberation, “Eleven Demands,” Subverting Silence: Uplifting Marginalized Conversations, accessed September 25, 2022, https://givingvoicetohiddenhistories.omeka.net/items/show/27.

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