"We've Just Got to Get Together": African-American Students Unite in the 1970sEcho (2007)
In the early 1970s, African-American students at WKU took the first steps toward organizing themselves into a strong voice on campus, supporting a curriculum of black studies, sponsoring social and cultural events, and protesting discriminatory treatment.
- WKU black students,
- Miss Black Western
Publication DateJanuary, 2007
Citation InformationLynn E. Niedermeier. ""We've Just Got to Get Together": African-American Students Unite in the 1970s" Echo (2007)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/lynn_niedermeier/16/