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A Proposal for a Center for Educational Innovation at San Francisco State College

Tue, 12/11/2018 - 21:00
Proposal by the students, faculty and administration at San Francisco State College for The Center for Educational Innovation "an experiment in educational processes and institutional structures." The Center would be comprised of four service offices and five institutes: Youth Services Institute; Community Services Institute; Black Studies Institute; Creative Development Institute, and the Media Innovations Institute. The proposal was transmitted by Shepard A. Insel, and identifies John Summerskill as Initiator, Dr. Fred Thalheimer as Project Director, Mr. Lawrence Eiseberg as Coordinating Officer. Includes a history of the founding of the Experimental College and Black Student Union. Note: Appendix II is missing.

A Proposal for a Center for Educational Innovation at San Francisco State College

Mon, 12/10/2018 - 21:00
Proposal by the students, faculty and administration at San Francisco State College for The Center for Educational Innovation "an experiment in educational processes and institutional structures." The Center would be comprised of four service offices and five institutes: Youth Services Institute; Community Services Institute; Black Studies Institute; Creative Development Institute, and the Media Innovations Institute. The proposal was transmitted by Shepard A. Insel, and identifies John Summerskill as Initiator, Dr. Fred Thalheimer as Project Director, Mr. Lawrence Eiseberg as Coordinating Officer. Includes a history of the founding of the Experimental College and Black Student Union. Note: Appendix II is missing.

Intercollegiate Chinese for Social Action: Position Paper

Mon, 12/10/2018 - 21:00
Proposal for the establishment of a Chinese Ethnic Studies Department with suggested courses.

Resolution, Third World Liberation Front, San Francisco State College, March 5, 1968

Mon, 12/10/2018 - 21:00
Resolution by the Latin American Students' Association, Mexican American Students' Organization, Black Students Union, and Philipino American Organizing Committee, demanding that Juan R. Martinez and Richard A. Fitzgerald be retained in the History department. Resolution also demands that Nathan Hare be retained.

Power Power the highest form of racism

Mon, 12/10/2018 - 21:00
Ephemera created by the Black Students' Union On-Campus Coordinator with an illustration of an assault rifle at the top of the page. Text describes a trial on March 28, 2968, and actions taken by campus police against black students.

Lawyers Attack Political repression In The Courts

Mon, 12/10/2018 - 21:00
Broadside created by the S.F. State Legal Defense Committee describing a rally organized by the Bay Area chapter of the National Lawyers Guild to be held at the Federal Building, [San Francisco, Calif.]. Statement lists the demands of the guild, and lists lawyers, law students, a Black Panther, and Roger Alvarado of Los Siete as speakers. Appears to be a mock up intended for duplication.

Letter to the editor regarding statements of acting San Francisco State College President, Dr. S.I. Hayakawa

Mon, 12/10/2018 - 21:00
A letter to the editor, attributed to the Asian-American Political Alliance, signed by Eiko Aoki, Taiko Hara, David Hawbecker, James Hirabayashi, Tetsuden Kashima, George Leong, Penny Nakatasu, Donna Nomura, Rose Oda, Francis Oka, Miyo Ota, Mrs. Katherine Reyes, Masayo Zuzuki, Jane Tabata, Edison Uno, Yori Wada, Stanly Wong, and Aileen Magaguchi challenging statements from acting San Francisco State College president S.I. Hayakawa. The letter supports the fifteen demands of the Black Student Union and the Third World Liberation Front.

Bail Fund Benefit Party

Mon, 12/10/2018 - 21:00
Flyer announcing Bail Fund Benefit Party on February 8, 1969, in Mill Valley, California. The benefit was for San Francisco State College students arrested at protests during the 1968-1969 student and faculty strikes and featured the Stanley Jackson Trio.

Statement of Dean of Academic Planning Daniel D. Feder regarding incident in the San Francisco State College Administration Building on May 21, 1968

Mon, 12/10/2018 - 21:00
Transcription of statement by Dean of Academic Planning Daniel D. Feder describing the actions of the San Francisco Police Department arrests of students involved in protest actions within the San Fracisco State Colleg's Administration Building on May 21, 1968. Feder describes the response of Dean of Students Ferd D. Reddell to the student protest.

Campus Ministry Statement, December 14, 1968

Mon, 12/10/2018 - 21:00
A statement issued by campus chaplains John Jones, Jerry Pedersen, Peter Sammon, and Hannibal Williams, regarding a December 5, 1968 peace march. States the need to address three issues on campus: ""the needs of Black students and all minorities; the role of the college in society and the responsibility of our college for its own affairs.""

Address to Faculty

Mon, 12/10/2018 - 21:00
Address to the faculty of San Francisco State College by President John Summerskill discussing faculty concerns such as establishment of departments and promotions, political activity by faculty and students, campus climate, and the suspension of the student newspaper Open Process.

Preliminary report: Disturbance in Offices of The Gater, San Francisco State College, November 6, 1967

Mon, 12/10/2018 - 21:00
Report from San Francisco State College President John Summerskill regarding the attack on editor James Vaszko in the offices of the student newspaper The Gater on November 6, 1967. Includes cover letter to Chancellor Glenn S. Dumke, and a listing of the membership of the Presidential Committee to Investigate Causes of the Disturbance in the Offices of ""The Gater.""

The War and San Francisco State College

Mon, 12/10/2018 - 21:00
Statement from San Francisco State College president John Summerskill regarding the stance of San Francisco State College on campus policies regarding the Vietnam War, including cooperation with the Selective Service boards and on campus recruitment. It concludes with the announcement of a discussion to be held at a meeting of the Academic Senate on May 9, 1967.

Planning Program for School of Third World Studies

Mon, 12/10/2018 - 21:00
Document issued by School of Third World Studies Planning Committee proposing a school oriented towards teaching pedagogy with a Third World perspective. Document proposes three areas: Black Area Studies, Native American Area Studies, and Asian American Area Studies. Proposal contains organizational structures with names penciled in for top planning committee members: �Black Area Study Division (Nathan Hare), Native American Area Study Division (Juan Martinez), and Asian American Area Study (James Hirabayshi).""

Nicei and Sansei students! Are you completely uninvolved, disinterested?

Mon, 12/10/2018 - 21:00
Invittation, attributed to the Asian-American Political Alliance, to Japanese-American students to participate in discussions between Japanese-American students, faculty, and community members regarding the campus crisis and acting San Francisco State College president S. I. Hayakawa. Details support for the fifteen demands of the Black Student Union and the Third World Liberation Front and encourages Japanese American students and their parents to attend a discussion on December 6, 1968 at United Christ Presbyterian Church in San Francisco.