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The Black Student Movement at Carolina

Throughout the more than four decades of the Black Student Movement's existence, the organization has brought to the forefront issues important to African American students at UNC.

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  1. The Black Student Movement at UNC
  2. The Foundations
  3. BSM Founding: November 1967
  4. Martin Luther King, Jr., Assassination Remembrance: April 1968
  5. Stokely Carmichael - 1968
  6. The BSM's 23 Demands: December 1968
  7. Food Workers' Strike: February to March 1969
  8. Students Support the Food Workers
  9. Black Ink: November 1969
  10. Second Food Workers' Strike: November and December 1969
  11. Students Maintain Support for Food Workers
  12. BSM Subgroups
  13. Lawsuit Against the BSM: 1974
  14. Arts and Programs, 1970s
  15. David Duke Protest, 1975
  16. Administration Protests, 1979
  17. Outreach and Arts, 1980s and 1990s
  18. The "Student Body" Controversy
  19. Sonja Haynes Stone Black Cultural Center
  20. Outside Support for a Black Culture Center
  21. 22 New Demands
  22. Physical Space on Campus
  23. 2010-2011 BSM Leadership

Further Reading

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