"The Association is Dying": Black Student Activism and the Evolution of Conscious Space-Making at Duke University
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Winner of the 2014 Chester P. Middlesworth Award
DepartmentInternational Comparative Studies
SubjectDuke University -- Students -- Societies, etc
Duke University -- Students -- Political activity
Durham (N.C.) -- Race relations
Student movements -- North Carolina
Duke University -- History -- 20th century
African American student movements
CitationLewis, Andrea (2016). "The Association is Dying": Black Student Activism and the Evolution of Conscious Space-Making at Duke University. Course paper, Duke University. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10161/11458.
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