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October24 , 1974 Statement from Brooklyn College President John Kneller detailing his response to the student-led takeover of the BC Registrar's Office
This October 24, 1974 statement sent from President John W. Kneller detailed the steps the BC administration took in response to a student-led, multi-day takeover of the BC Registrars Office. Earlier in the month Puerto Rican and African American [...]
In response to the arrest of 41 Brooklyn College (BC) students and three faculty members, known as the Brooklyn College 44, student activists created and distributed this flyer on October 25, 1974, requesting support of a campus strike. Puerto Rican [...]
This oral history with Antonio "Tony" Nadal, musician and co-founder of the Department of Puerto Rican Studies at Brooklyn College (BC), is filled with personal stories, anecdotes, and singing about his work within the field of Puerto Rican Studies. [...]
In this oral history interview with Reverend Carlos "Indio" Alejandro, chaplain and former student-activist at Brooklyn College during the early 1970s, Alejandro emphasized the importance of a collective racial, linguistic, and national unity that [...]
Crecensio "Joey" Morales entered Brooklyn College during the late 1960s as a student in the SEEK program, a relatively new program then, established to support marginalized students be more successful in college. Morales was drafted into the Vietnam [...]
Retiring as Vice President of Student Affairs at Brooklyn College, an office she occupied as a student activist in the late 1960s, Dr. Milga Morales Nadal, shares details about the Puerto Rican student movement at the college. She described the [...]