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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. [...]
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 [...]
In this oral history with Esther Farmer, a self-identified Palestinian-Jew, dancer, and a daughter of activist parents, she recalled details of growing up within a politically engaged household which later informed her activism as a student at CUNY. [...]
In this oral history with Dr. Orlando Pile, physician and former student-activist at Brooklyn College (BC) during the late 1960s, Pile discussed the ways his experiences growing up in Brooklyn influenced his activism at BC. He talked his role as [...]
Student Activists standing guard at the 1969 flag raising ceremony during Malcolm X Day and Memorial at Brooklyn College
This photo, taken by pioneering student-activist Antonio "Tony" Nieves, member and liaison of the Brooklyn League of Afro-American Collegians (B.L.A.C.) and the Puerto Rican Alliance (P.R.A.) at Brooklyn College, shows members of P.R.A., B.L.A.C., [...]