On May 3, 1968, more than 100 Northwestern students peacefully occupied the Bursar’s Office to protest the black student experience. The occupation lasted 38 hours, ending with a negotiated resolution in which the administration responded to a list of eight student demands.
Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.); Northwestern University Black Alumni Association; Sterling, Jeffrey E.; Seals, Donnie; Seals, Eric D.; Applegate, Brittany; Lennix, Harry J.; Zo!, 1978-
African American college students; Civil rights demonstrations; Student movements; Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.). Bursar's Office
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Executive producers: Northwestern University, Northwestern Black Alumni Association. Producer: Brittany Applegate. Director: Eric D. Seals. Writer: Donnie Seals, Jr. Original score: ZO! Narrator: Harry Lennix.
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