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Students, Black

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

Black students at Middlebury, bulk: 1967-1972

 File — Box 2, Folder: 50
Identifier: A13.II.50
Scope and Contents

File contains a mix of various statistics and articles written about the experiences of Black students at Middlebury and the College's attempts to raise its enrollment of Black students.

Includes lists of Black student athletes compiled by Middlebury Athletics and Karl Lindhom.

Dates: Majority of material found within 1967-1972

BLCKGRLMGC audio recordings and web archives

Identifier: C-179
Scope and Contents

Collection contains digital downloads of BLCKGRLMGC podcast episodes beginning with the first episode, which aired March 27, 2018, and ending with the 56th episode, which aired on June 2, 2021, following Armstrong and Job's graduation from Middlebury. Note that the podcast continues after this date, but this collection only contains episodes produced during the hosts' time as students at Middlebury College.

Dates: 2018-2021

BLST 0462 / HIST 0462 Histories of struggle, 2021 January

Identifier: s7_blst0462
Scope and Contents

Includes the following essays: "Contextualizing Bravery: Understanding William Slade's Rhetoric in Context of the Abolition Movement from 1835-1848" by Shaye Anis, Class of 2021; "Construction of Oppression Through Advertisements" by Jack Dowling, Class of 2020.5; and "Students with Disabilities at Middlebury College: A Slow Slog Toward the Future 1990-2021" by Mary Moore, Class of 2022.5.

Dates: 2021 January

Concerned students of Middlebury, 2020-

Identifier: s2_concerned_students_of_middlebury
Scope and Contents

Includes an archived Instagram account; an open letter written by Black@Midd on June 3, 2020 in response to President Laurie Patton's campus-wide email sent on May 31, 2020 regarding COVID-19 and the murder of George Floyd; January 2021 Statement and Resolutions from the Concerned Students of Middlebury; January 2021 resolutions; and petitions; bylaws; constitutions; and copies of other emails.

Dates: 2020-

Episode 50: Not a good look, July 13, 2020

Identifier: C179_blckgrlmgc-episode-50-not-a-good-look-20200713
Scope and Contents Description from Apple Podcasts: "In this episode, Destini and Megan continue their conversation about the email Professor Hernandez-Romero sent out last week describing all the problematic racial encounters she experienced from her colleagues on Middlebury's campus. In particular, the girls spoke about another professor of color who wrote an Opt-Ed in reaction to Professor Hernandez-Romero's email in which she shared her own opinion about the same professors. She essentially has opposing...
Dates: July 13, 2020

Episode 54: An update: Graduation, full time jobs, COVID-19 vaccines, and more, February 28, 2021

Identifier: c179_blckgrlmgc-episode-54-update-2021-02-28
Scope and Contents Episode description: "Destini and Megan only have THREE MONTHS left until college is OVER. They're so close to the finish line it hurts. Even a pandemic couldn't stop them! This episode gives an update on what the girls are doing - choosing to be remote for the last semester, working during the school semester, and more. Check out Episode 54 to see how they girls are starting their last semester of college!A very special thanks to Amanda Rodriguez-Middlebury '21 and Venice...
Dates: February 28, 2021

Episode 56: Bachelor's degree on steroids, 2021 June 2

Identifier: c179_blckgrlmgc-episode-56-2021-06-02
Scope and Contents Episode description reads: WE GRADUATED!!!!! In episode 56, Megan and Destini reflect on their past four years at Middlebury College, graduating, and now looking onward. Megan and Destini speak about their plans post-grad and how it feels to finally be done with undergrad. We want to say thank you to everyone from the bottom of our hearts for all the support and advice from the very beginning. We can’t believe we made it and are done with college! We are not leaving y'all yet though...Stay...
Dates: 2021 June 2

Report of the Committee to Enhance the Experience of African-American and Hispanic-American Students at Middlebury, 1990-10

Identifier: A5
Scope and Contents From the Series: From the website, 2021:The Community Council serves as a forum in which all segments of the College community have a voice on nonacademic issues on campus. With a membership that includes students, faculty, and staff, its deliberations and recommendations consider the interests and concerns of the whole community. Community Council regularly receives matters for consideration from the president and from members of the College’s Senior Leadership Group. In this...
Dates: 1990-10

SGA MLK Today recommendation to the President, January 28, 2016

Identifier: S4_SGA_MLK_Day_Recommendation_20160128
Scope and Contents Resolution passed by the Student Government Association (SGA) on January 28, 2016 denouncing insensitive comments made by Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, an email sent by President Laurie Patton, as well as offensive racist actions taken during a January 18, 2018 Martin Luther King Today event at Mead Chapel. The SGA officially recommended that President Patton send an all-school email addressing the MLK Day event and Justice Scalia's comments. The recommendation was sponsored by...
Dates: January 28, 2016

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

Identifier: S4_SGA_Support_for_Black_and_Minority_Students_20171111
Scope and Contents

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