Race and the university : a memoir
Source:University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, p.248 (2010)
Call Number:Cubb LD4326.2 .H46 2010
Keywords:African American college students--Oklahoma--Norman--Societies, Afro-American Student Union (University of Oklahoma)--History, College integration--Oklahoma--Norman--History, etc.--History, Norman (Okla.)--Race relations, University of Oklahoma--History--20th century
Contents: The setting -- Lessons for rebels -- Creation of the Afro-American Student Union: Sterlin Adams remembers the beginning of the ASU -- Seeds of a rebellion -- A black declaration and a response -- Public fallout and the ASU push back: Sandra "Sandy" Rouce remembers OU -- The end of the beginning -- Too little, but not too late: Ida Elizabeth "Beth" Mack Wilson reminisces -- Adversaries, bystanders, and allies.