The Oakland Post

Department of History and the Deans Office of the College of Arts and Sciences sponsored The 1960s Civil Rights Movement lecture event on Monday, Feb. 1, hosting civil rights activist Diane Nash. 

A passion for racial equality

Alexus Bomar January 31, 2016

African American Celebration Month (AACM) continued on Feb. 1 with a lecture “The 1960s Civil Rights Movement,” presented by civil rights activist Diane Nash.  Nash shared her experiences as a prominent...

The Real Deal: Martin Luther King Jr, and His Legacy

Adi Tiwari January 19, 2016

As I write this article on the 18 of January, the third Monday of every year, we celebrate the life and ideas of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. I feel compelled to dedicate this article to who he was and what...

A view from experienced eyes

By Kevin Teller February 10, 2015

The silver screen gives a glimpse of various events throughout the history of the African American struggle and the civil rights movement, but John Hardy actually lived them.Hardy shared his experiences...

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