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Features, among other content, stories on local African-American servicemen during World War II as well as memories of Chanute Air Force Base and the African-American Experience in Rantoul.

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http://will.illinois.edu/WWII/stories/C232/ …

The three weeks from April 6th to April 26th saw a bloodless revolution take place in Champaign-Urbana, home of the University of Illinois. It was a relatively quiet revolution amongst the 40,000 inhabitants. In fact, except for a few lines, it…

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The whole collection is here: http://will.illinois.edu/americanarchive/ Most of the content is audio, including a speech at Krannert by Martin Luther King, Sr. Use the search feature to discover content. Here are some of video assets: …

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These are just photos about african american from the early american museum.

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Articles on the CU Area Project's CUperstar program final challenge event, held July 31 at Parkland College; and article on eBlackChampaign-Urbana North First Street Oral History

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The year was 1984, the city was Champaign, Illinois, and through a series of complex and perplexing acts, a few scattered saints were left without a leader. The faithful few gathered together and enlisted the help of Elder Willie F. Newbon of…

Young people build social skills and positive relationships through media technology, specifically the creation of radio and TV programs. It is through these positive relationships that young people begin to see possibilities for themselves beyond…

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Clippings from the Daily Illini on local, national and international issues facing African-American and other Black populations. Compiled by the African-American Studies Unit of the University of Illinois under the direction of Gerald McWorter (Abdul…

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