The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 31, 1969 · Page 14
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14 Vb.» »»a Friday. January 31, 1969 Boyle Is In Hemember When 1 Mood NEW YORK (AP) - A fast- spreading drive by American Negroes and their supporters for special treatment in the schools has brought campuses in many parts of the country to a boiling point. Some student leaders in state after state are pressing for new "black studies" programs, lowered college enrollment standards for Negroes and other minority groups, more Negro faculty members. In some schools there are demands for autonomous Negro colleges within integrated universities. The "movement," thus far without visible links among schools where it is in action, has spread even to high schools and grade schools in some cit ies. The black militants say they are seeking to establish a Negro identity. They demand recognition of the Negro role in A men can history and culture. They want acknowledgment that the American Negro has problems peculiar to his race and unlike those of minority groups in other times. 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A third group of school officials, seeking to avoid future confrontation, has volunteered curriculum changes and expanded aid to minority students, particularly Negroes. After months of study, and consultation with black student leaders, a Harvard faculty committee recommended establishment of a degree-level course in Afro-American studies. It would :ake its place in the Harvard curriculum along with the traditional majors of college students —languages, .music, literature, sciences. It is expected to be put into effect in September. Among those who consider ;hat Negroes have justice on ;heir side when they ask for slack-oriented academic courses is Joseph Boskin, codi- rector of the American Studies hrogram at the University of Southern California. On Decline Since the Meiji restoration in 1868, when approximately 80 per cent of the Japanese population was engaged in agriculture, there has been a steady decline in its importance. 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