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Business desegregation/protests and marches, 1963 subject note: These items are related to the second wave of protests and pickets to desegregate the theatres and cafeterias in downtown Greensboro, including the marches led by Jesse Jackson, silent marches, the sit-down in Jefferson Square, the mass arrest of A&T and B


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Item thumbnail image Otis Arnold Singletary
Date: 1961
By: unknown
From: University Archives Photographs and Negatives
This is a photograph of Otis Arnold Singletary, chancellor of Woman’s College of the University of North Carolina (later The University of North Carolina at Greensboro) from 1961 to 1966. Singletary p...
Item thumbnail image Letter from student protestors to Carol Furey
Date: March 22, 1962
By: multiple
From: Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Records
Over twenty student protestors signed this March 2, 1963 letter to Women's College of the University of North Carolina Student Government Association President Carol Furay pressing her to take action ...
Item thumbnail image A Game of Non-Violence in Greensboro, N.C.
Date: 1963
By: Robert W. Watson
From: Robert W. Watson Papers

This is a fifteen page essay by Robert Watson regarding freedom marches led by activist Jesse Jackson, in Greensboro, North Carolina, in the spring of 1963. Watson discusses the relationship betwee...

Item thumbnail image A Resolution on Segregation
Date: 1963
By: American Council of Christian Churches
From: Huldah (Beth) Taylor Collection
This pamphlet, sponsored by the American Council of Christian Churches(ACCC) based in New York, NY, put forth the resolution reached during the ACCC’s 16th Spring Convention which addressed the issue ...
Item thumbnail image Black and white handshake tags
Date: 1963
By: unknown
From: Huldah (Beth) Taylor Collection
These small paper tags depict a white person and a black person shaking hands in an effort to promote integration. These belonged to Beth Taylor, a Guilford College student who participated in the May...
Item thumbnail image Infiltration in Our Churches
Date: 1963
By: unknown
From: Huldah (Beth) Taylor Collection
This illustrated pamphlet titled, "Infiltration in Our Churches" offers a commentary on racial integration through cartoon drawings. This item belonged to Beth Taylor, a Guilford College student who p...
Item thumbnail image Letter from student protestors to Chancellor Singletary
Date: March 2, 1963
By: multiple
From: Chancellor Otis Arnold Singletary Records
Over twenty student protestors signed this March 2, 1963 letter to Women's College of the University of North Carolina Chancellor Otis Singletary urging him to take action toward desegregating busines...
Item thumbnail image Conference with Mr. Apple of the Do-Nut Dinette
Date: March 13, 1963
By: unknown
From: Chancellor Otis Arnold Singletary Records
These March 13, 1963 notes describe a meeting between Woman's College of the University of North Carolina Chancellor Otis Singletary, dean of students Katherine Taylor, and the student government pres...
Item thumbnail image Resolution concerning the Negro students of the Woman's College
Date: March 13, 1963
By: unknown
From: University Archives Subject Files
This resolution, dated March 13, 1963, and approved by the Student Government of the Woman's College of the University of North Carolina (WCUNC), urges Chancellor Otis Singletary to use his influence ...
Item thumbnail image Conference with Mr. Eugene Street
Date: March 25, 1963
By: unknown
From: Chancellor Otis Arnold Singletary Records
These notes describe a March 14, 1963 meeting between Woman's College of the University of North Carolina (WCUNC) Chancellor Otis Singletary, dean of students Katherine Taylor, and the student governm...