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A program for the Black Student Union's celebration of Kwanzaa.

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Newspaper article written by Gail Falk, a teacher at one of the Freedom Schools set up by COFO, describing her school and the situation in Meridian, Miss.

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Wilson College student, Diane Yergey, dances in "A Woman Like Phaedra" for the Orchesis dance troupe.

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A program for "Black Weekend" hosted by the Afro-American Society of Wilson College from April 19th to the 20th in 1980.

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An article detailing the on goings of Wilson College's Afro-American Society.

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Wilson College student perform a dance entitled "As I Lay Eyeing" for the Orchesis dance troupe.

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A Wilson College student performs a dance entitled "As I Lay Eyeing" for the Orchesis dance troupe. Choreographed by Mimi Walsh.

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Six Wilson College students perform in "Being for the Benefit of Beatrice" as a part of the Orchesis dance troupe.

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Six Wilson College students point towards the camera as pairs in "Being for the Benefit of Beatrice" as a part of the Orchesis dance troupe.

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A group of Wilson College student perform in "Beside Myself" as a part of the Orchesis dance troupe.

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A dress rehearsal for the Orchesis production entitled "Carmina Burana" that was likely set to the scenic cantata composed by Carl Orff in 1935 and 1936, based on 24 poems from the medieval collection of the same name.

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A dress rehearsal for the Orchesis production entitled "Carmina Burana" that was likely set to the scenic cantata composed by Carl Orff in 1935 and 1936, based on 24 poems from the medieval collection of the same name.

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Wilson College students and Orchesis members perform in a piece entitled "Danza de la Muerte (Dance of Death)".

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Wilson College student and Orchesis member, Felice Jennings, performs in a piece entitled "Danza de la Muerte (Dance of Death)".

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Wilson College students and Orchesis members perform "Dark Vision."

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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette article entitled "Enforce the Law, or Else" encouraging federal enforcement of laws against segregation in Mississippi following a bombing of workers in McComb, Miss.

Events for Black History Month_Redacted.pdf

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A trio of Wilson College students and members of Orchesis perform in "Gasquet's Unmasked" in 1966.

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Two Wilson College students and Orchesis members perform "In Silence and Solitude" on stage.

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Wilson College students and Orchesis members perform as a duet in "In Silence and Solitude."

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Wilson College student, Carol Mansi, performs a solo during "Interim" as a part of the Orchesis dance troupe.

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An article announcing the coming lecture by Julian Bond in the Billboard, October 11th, 1968.

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Wilson College students (L-R) Leslie Reed, Carol Manse, and Kuldip Singh perform "L'ésprit" at a 1970 Orchesis dance recital.

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Newspaper article that describes the COFO volunteers from July 12, 1964.
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