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Works Cited

 Angelos, Constantine.  “Human-Relations Unit Urged at Franklin High.”  The Seattle Times.  1 April 1968 pg. 8.

 Berkeley in the Sixties.  Mark Kitchell, Dir.  California Newsreel, Kitchell Films: 1990. 

 Bryant, Hildeu.  “A White University?”  Seattle Post-Intelligencer.  4 June 1969 pg. 14-15.

 Carson, Clayborne.  Civil Rights Chronicle: The African-American Struggle for Freedom.  Lincolnwood, IL: Legacy Publishing, 2003.

 Carlson, Dennis.  BSU Meeting with Odegaard ‘Encouraging.’”  The Daily (University of Washington).  14 May 1968 pg. 1.

 Cour, Robert.  “UW Negroes Air Demand for $50,000.”  Seattle Post-Intelligencer.  18 May 1968 pg 1.

 Cour, Robert and Walter E. Evans.  “Carmichael Rips Into Whites Here.”  Seattle Post-Intelligencer.  20 April 1967 pg 1,7.

 Crowley, Walt.  Rites of Passage.  Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1995.

 Curtis, Cathleen.  “The Black Revolution.”  Tyee Magazine.  Winter 1968 pg.1-12.

 Doctor, Dave.  “New Black Image Emerging.”  The Daily (University of Washington).  15 Feb 1968 pg 6-7.

 Emery, Julie.  “U.W. Black Students Detail 5 Demands.”  The Seattle Times.  9 May 1968 pg 13.

 Ferbon, Dave.  “Late-Hour Compromise Averts Sit-in Violence.”  The Daily (University of Washington).  21 May 1968 (no. 112) pg 1,11.

 “Four in Franklin Protest Plead Not Guilty.”  The Seattle Times.  5 April 1968 pg 24.

 Gossett, Larry. Interview with Author. 23 Oct. 2003.

 Gossett, Larry. Interview with Author. 13 April 2004.

 Gossett, Larry.  Interview by Trevor Griffey and Brook Clark.  Seattle Civil Rights and Labor History Project.  http://depts.washington.edu/civilr/gossett.htm  Interviewed on 16 Mar & 3 June 2005.  Accessed: 05 July 2006.

 Hannula, Don.  “Non-Franklin Students Led Negro Sit-in, Says Principal.”  The Seattle Times.  30 March 1968, pg. 13.

 Kelly, Samuel E.  “Annual Report of the Office of Minority Affairs for the Academic Year of 1970-71.”  WU Vice President for Minority Affairs.  University of Washington Archives, Seattle, Washington.

 “Letter from BSU to Odegaard, May 6, 1968”.  Black Student Union.  University of Washington Archives, Seattle, Washington.

 “Letter from BSU to Odegaard, May 16, 1968”.  Black Student Union.  University of Washington Archives, Seattle, Washington.

 Mack, Kathy.  “Black Women Tell Ordeals in Climbing Out of ‘Cruel Valley.’”  The Daily (University of Washington).  22 Apr 1969, pg 8,16.

 McCune, Cal.  From Romance to Riot: A Seattle Memoir.  Seattle: The Author, 1996.

 Norton, Dee.  “Agreement Ends Student Sit-in.”  The Seattle Times.  21 May 1968 pg. 5.

 “Olympic Boycott Voted by Negroes.”  New York Times.  24 November 1967 pg. 30.

 Pitre, Emile.  Interview with Author. 17 Oct. 2003

 Prugh, Jeff.  “Negro Group Votes to Boycott ’68 Olympics.”  Los Angeles Times.  Nov 24, 1967 part III pg 1,8.

 “Report of Friends of the Educational Opportunity Program From 1970-1974.”  UW Vice President of Minority Affairs.  University of Washington Archives, Seattle, Washington.

 Rogers, Ray.  “Olympic Boycott Prime Topic of Negro Parley.”  Los Angeles Times.  23 November 1967 part II pg 3.

Sieverling Bill, Forrest Williams.  “Four Men in Franklin High Case Release Without Bail.”  Seattle Post-Intelligencer.  6 April 1968 pg 3.

 Smith, Lane.  “Black Community Power Will End Abuses, Says Carmichael.”  The Seattle Times.  April 20, 1967 pg 5.

Taylor, Quintard.  The Forging of a Black Community: Seattle’s Central District from 18710 through the Civil Rights Era.  Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1994.

 Walker, Dianne Louise.  The University of Washington Establishment And the Black Student Union Sit-in of 1968.  Thesis (M.A.), University of Washington: 1980.

 “White Racism Critic Calls Franklin ‘Sick School.’”  Seattle Post-Intelligencer.  29 June 1968 pg 3.

 Wyne, Mark.  “’Harassment Fires’ But No Riots Occur Here.”  The Seattle Times.  6 April 1968 pg 13.


 
[1] Berkeley.

[2] Walker, 46.

[3] Ibid., 34.

[4] Cour and Evans, 1.

[5] Carson, 184.

[6] Smith, 5.

[7] Taylor., 217.

[8] Doctor, 6.

[9] Curtis, 3.

[10] Gossett, 23 Oct. 2003.

[11] “Olympics,” 30; Prugh, 1.

[12] Rogers, 3.

[13] Gossett, 23 Oct. 2003.

[14] Walker, 37.

[15] Doctor, 6.

[16] Ibid., 6.

[17] Ibid., 7.

[18] Gossett, 13 April 2004.

[19] Mack, 17.

[20] Gossett, 05 July 2006.

[21] Mack, 17.

[22] Curtis, 4.

[23] Ibid., 4.

[24] Gossett, 23 Oct 2003.

[25] Hannula, 13.

[26] Gossett, 23 Oct. 2003.

[27] Hannula, 13.

[28] Angelos, 3.

[29] “White,” 3.

[30] Gossett, 23 Oct. 2003.

[31] “Four,” 24

[32] Wyne, 13.

[33] Crowley, 114.

[34] Berkeley.

[35] Gossett, 05 July 2006.

[36] Crowley, 114.

[37] “Letter, May 6, 1968.”

[38] Ibid., 13.

[39] Emery, 13.

[40] Carlson, 1.

[41] Ibid., 1.

[42] Ibid., 16.

[43] Ibid., 16

[44] “Letter, May 16, 1968.”

[45] Cour, 1.

[46] Ibid., 1.

[47] Bryant, 14; Ferbon, 1; Norton, 5.

[48] Gossett, 05 July 2006.

[49] Norton, 5; Walker, 2.

[50] Norton, 5; Walker, 66.

[51] “Four,” 24.

[52] Walker, 66.

[53] Bryant, 14; Ferbon, 1; Norton, 5.

[54] Walker, 5.

[55] Ibid., 47.

[56] Bryant, 14.

[57] Taylor, 223.

[58] Walker, 73.

[59] Kelly, 3-4.

[60] Taylor, 223; Walker, 47.

[61] Curtis, 4-5.

[62] Kelly, 4.

[63] Pitre.

[64] Ibid.

[65] Ibid.

[66] Crowley, 170.

[67] McCune, 106-7.

[68] Ibid., 107.



[69] Crowley, 136.

[70] Ibid., 137


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