• Keene Sees 'Streak or Daylight' In Carbondale Civil Rights Issue

    John Durbin

    Unlike Walter Lippman, a noted Washington columnist, who feels the civil rights issue is one problem the United States will not be able to solve, Carbondale Mayor David Keene says he "definitely sees…

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  • Reminiscences about Theodore Schroeder

    unidentified, Kaltwasser, Florence

    A recording of interviews about the life and career of author, lawyer, and civil libertarian Theodore Schroeder. The interviewer is unidentified. The first interview is with Schroeder's niece Florence…

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  • Dick Gregory Coming Jan. 15

    Egyptian

    Dick Gregory, nationally-known Negro comedian and activist in the civil rights movement, will speak on campus

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  • Dick Gregory's Career Rooted at SIU

    By Inez Rencher

    Dick Gregory, Negro comedian, author and civil rights activist, developed at SIU the roots for his career.

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  • Backers say Koen caught in conspiracy

    Davis, Larry

    Article about Rev. Charles Koen, civil rights activist, indicted for arson, theft and embezzlement; mentions Dunham as chair of his defense fund

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  • The great speech of Hon. John A. Logan at Cairo, Ill., June 30, 1866.

    Logan, John Alexander

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  • Delyte W. Morris Speech to Newspaper Professionals in Clay County, Illinois

    Morris, Delyte W., 1906-1982

    A recording of Southern Illinois University President Delyte W. Morris speaking to an audience of newspaper workers after a dinner meeting in Clay County, Illinois. The precise location and date is un…

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  • Negroes' History TV Show Slated

    Egyptian

    ''History of the Negro People" will be the feature program on WSIU-TV when historical moments in the civil rights struggle of the last decade are reviewed.

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  • King Killed in Memphis

    Egyptian

    MEMPHIS, Tenn, (AP)- Nobel Laureat Martin Luther King Jr., father of non-violence in the American Civil Rights movement, was killed by an assissin's bullet Thursday night.

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  • Whites Still Rate Executive Suite

    By Inez Rencher

    Peace, freedom and social problems in America were topics that held the attention of a capacity crowd that gathered Monday night to hear Negro comedian, author and civil rights activist Dick Gregory.

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  • Delyte W. Morris Speech at Herrin Chamber of Commerce Meeting

    WJPF (Radio station : Herrin, Ill.)

    A recording of a speech by Southern Illinois University President Delyte W. Morris at a Chamber of Commerce meeting, February 17th, 1970 in Herrin, Illinois. Morris discussed 4 topics: how SIU was a l…

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  • Selected Readings from "American Democracy in Theory and Practice"

    unidentified

    In this recording, an unidentified woman reads selections from the book American Democracy in Theory and Practice by Robert Kenneth Carr, Marver H. Bernstein, and Walter F. Murphy. She reads from the…

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  • Interview with Robert W. MacVicar

    KMOX (Radio station : Saint Louis, Mo.), MacVicar, Robert William, 1918

    An interview with Southern Illinois University Vice President Robert W. MacVicar on the KMOX Radio program "At Your Service." MacVicar discusses a policy adopted by the university regarding students'…

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  • Interview with John O'Neal

    WSIU Public Broadcasting, O’Neal, John, 1940

    An interview with African American actor, playwright, and civil rights activist John O'Neal, recorded by WSIU Public Broadcasting on WSIU Radio's "Guest of Southern" program. O'Neal graduated from Sou…

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  • "Terrorism and Moral Rights" Lecture - Part 1

    Howie, John, 1929, Wellman, Carl

    A recording of the 12th lecture in the Wayne A. R. Leys Memorial Lecture series, entitled "Terrorism and Moral Rights" by Professor and philosopher Carl Pierce Wellman. Southern Illinois University ph…

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  • "Terrorism and Moral Rights" Lecture - Part 2

    Wellman, Carl

    A recording of the 12th lecture in the Wayne A. R. Leys Memorial Lecture series, entitled "Terrorism and Moral Rights" by Professor and philosopher Carl Pierce Wellman. Part 2 continues the questions…

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