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Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Here are entered general works on social discrimination based on race, religion, sex, social minority status, or other factors.

Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:

Episode 1: Do you see yourself in the locker room? , July 21, 2020

Identifier: A28_Leaning_Into_Discomfort_Episode_1_20200721
Scope and Contents

One digital file containing video interview between student athletes Ellie Thompson (Class of 2022) and Jordan Delerme-Brown (Class of 2021). Thompson, a swimmer, and Delerme-Brown, a football player, discuss their experience as people of color on Middlebury's athletic teams.

Dates: July 21, 2020

Episode 49: Heard you loud and clear, June 30, 2020

Identifier: C179_blckgrlmgc-episode-49-Heard-You-Loud-and-clear_20200630
Scope and Contents Apple Podcasts description: "In this episode, Megan and Destini speak about a very intense and disheartening email sent by a departing professor highlighting her experiences of racism. Professor Marissel Hernández-Romero sent out a very powerful email to which she expressed her experience as a professor of color at Middlebury College. It was no surprise that her experience highlighted the emotional, physical, and mental damage of systemic racism that is so prevalent in today’s society. In...
Dates: June 30, 2020

Gleason, Robert (Class of 1954, faculty), August 10, 1995

Identifier: MOH109
Scope and Contents 2 audio cassette tapes containing interview with Robert W. Gleason, Middlebury College Class of 1954 and Professor of Chemistry, conducted by Allison Kirk. Gleason discusses college counseling; how he got the job; Painter hall; Warner science hall; Physics department; gender segregation at Middlebury; fraternities; Alpha sigma psi; social structure; fraternities discrimination; sororities; faculty relations; open faculty student relations; student activities; deciding his career in medicine;...
Dates: August 10, 1995

Haerle, Rudolf K. (faculty), August 8, 1995

Identifier: MOH107
Scope and Contents 2 audio cassette tapes containing interview with Rudi K. Haerle, Middlebury College Professor of Sociology, by Alison Kirk. Haerle discusses coming to Middlebury after Grad school; how he was recruited to Middlebury; his starting salary; President Stratton; recruiting students and faculty; President Armstrong; University of Chicago; sociology department; Anthropology; Olin Robison; Bob Buckeye; the King commisson; minority students; assassination of MLK; retention of Minority students; black...
Dates: August 8, 1995

Hamlin, Talbot (Class of 1940), June 3, 1995

Identifier: MOH105
Scope and Contents 1 interview with Talbot F. Hamlin, Middlebury College Class of 1940, by Joice Pangalila at reunion. Hamlin discusses why he came to Middlebury; Hepburn; transporation by train; Middlebury accepted more men than women applicants; no cars allowed on campus; compulsory chapel; contemporary civilization; Charlotte Moody; glee club; choir; athletics; Music department; French department; Dr. Freeman; course requirements; geology; psychology; his work in publishing; his work with aptitude testing;...
Dates: June 3, 1995

Muslim Students Association of Middlebury College (student group), May 23, 2019

Identifier: MOH165
Scope and Contents

Group oral history collected by Rebekah Irwin and Aylie Baker (Middlebury Class of 2009) during the Iftar meal breaking the Ramadan fast at the Muslim Students Association Room in Forest Hall. Topics included racial discrimination, the Muslim bans (a series of discriminatory executive orders and proclamations issued by the Trump administration), and college experiences of Muslim students.

Dates: May 23, 2019

Off-campus podcast episode 9: Film and antiracism , July 17, 2020

Identifier: S9_AV_Off-Campus_Episode_9_Film_and_Antiracism_20200717
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Episode description: "Sadie Housberg and Caroline King speak with filmmaker and film Professor Natasha Ngaiza on what it means to be critical in watching films during the Black Lives Matter Movement."

Dates: July 17, 2020

Off-campus podcast episode 10: Studying in the U.S. as a foreign national, July 23, 2020

Identifier: S9_AV_Off-Campus_Episode_10_Studying_in_the_US_as_a_Foreign_National_20200723
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Episode description: "In this episode, we hear from two international students about considering the return to study in the United States amidst a global pandemic. In light of ICE's recent policy directive (and subsequent reversal) aimed to prevent F-1 and M-1 visa holders taking online-only classes from staying in the U.S., we wanted to hear how students were feeling."

Dates: July 23, 2020

Presidential commission on student life, October 30, 1967

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 6.1
Identifier: A2
Scope and Contents Copy of the Presidential Commission on Student Life, meeting of October 30, 1967. The document discusses Dean Dennis O'Brien and his subcommittee on student rights. Presidential Commission on Undergraduate Life produced in 1967 during the tenure of President James Isbell Armstrong. The document primarily discusses Dean Dennis O'Brien and his subcommittee on student rights in development of a student questionnaire. Subjects of note include: parietal hours ("times when open...
Dates: October 30, 1967

Sent without permission: A farewell from an unwelcome hire email, June 28, 2020

Identifier: F_Hernandez-Romero_Sent_Without_Permission_A_Farewell_from_an_Unwelcome_Hire_20200628
Scope and Contents

All-campus (all-student, all-faculty, all-staff, all-retiree, all alumni) email sent wihtout permission by Professor Marissel Hernandez-Romero prior to her departure from Middlebury. In the email, Hernandez-Romero details racism she experienced while teaching at Middlebury College. The email was deleted from Middlebury's server, but was circulated among students, faculty, and staff.

Dates: June 28, 2020

SGA Resolution of support for Black and minority students, November 11, 2017

Identifier: S4_SGA_Support_for_Black_and_Minority_Students_20171111
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Resolution by the Middlebury Student Government Association (SGA) and the Black Student Union (BSU) pledging support for Black and Minority students and recommending that the Administration respond to racism on campus, particularly in the wake of the March 2nd protests during Charles Murray's visit to Middlebury. The resolution was sponsored by Rae Aaron, Feb Senator and Speaker; Jin-Mi Sohn, SGA President; David Vargas, First Year Senator, and Charles Rainey, BSU President.

Dates: November 11, 2017

SGA resolution requesting a speedy investigation and resolution for violation of Middlebury policy regarding racial discrimination and COVID-19, September 27, 2020

Identifier: S4_SGA_F2020-SR1_Racial Discrimination and COVID-19_20200927
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Document containing Student Government Association (SGA) resolution F2020-SR1: Resolution Requesting a Speedy Investigation and Resolution for Violation of Middlebury Policy Regarding Racial Discrimination and COVID-19. This resolution was passed after two students, one Black and one South Asian, were approached by a white male student not wearing a mask and were called a racial slur on September 25, 2020.

Dates: September 27, 2020

Skin Deep Magazine, 1993-

 File — Box S9 Misc.
Identifier: S9
Scope and Contents

Begins with Volume 1, Number 1.

Dates: Other: 1993-

Tall, Roth W. (Class of 1965), June 3, 1975

Identifier: MOH23
Scope and Contents

1 interview with Roth W. Tall, Jr. (Class of 1965). Interviewed by Deborah Clifford, Roth Tall discusses civil rights; possible violence on campus; MLK; Malcom X; Kennedy assassination; President Stratton; White christian fraternities exclusion of Blacks and Jews; sororities; volunteer work; athletics; South/north tension; Armstrong's crisis; activism; curfews for women; town gown relations

Dates: June 3, 1975

Wonnacott, Erica (administrator), February 22, 1989

Identifier: MOH57
Scope and Contents 1 oral history interview with Erica B. Wonnacott, Middlebury's first Dean of Students, conducted on February 22, 1989.Erica - first Dean of Students (:15); co-ordinate record keeping (1:45); pre co-ed women's rules (3:45); change to a co-ed campus (6:00); Gloria Steinem speaks on campus (10:49); Title IX, women's athlectic (12:00); role model (15:00); Sororities disbanding in 1970 (16:21); opinion on Fraternities (17:55); College rule on Alcohol (23:27); drinking age (24:27);...
Dates: February 22, 1989