Hudson, James Blaine

Date:
8-11-1980
Length:
240 minutes.
Interviewer:
Cox, Dwayne
Transcription available:
no
Series:
University of Louisville
Series ID:
9999_008
Interview Number(s):
__970
__971
Summary:
Hudson discusses the history of the Black Student Union at the University of Louisville during the late 1960s and early 1970s. His narrative stresses events leading up to and following the occupation of two university offices by BSU members and others during April and May, 1969.
Topic(s):
Black Student Union (University of Louisville), African American college students, University of Louisville--Students, University of Louisville--Alumni and alumnae, Activists, Demonstrations