Archives West Finding Aid
Students for a Democratic Society leaflets, 1968-1969 and undated
- Students for a Democratic Society leaflets
- 1968-1969 and undated (inclusive)19681969
- 0.04 linear feet, (1 folder)
- Collection Number
- Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) was a national student activist organization established in Chicago, Illinois in 1960. This collection contains 3 leaflets related to race and racism issued by SDS in the late 1960s.
University of Puget Sound, Archives & Special Collections
Collins Memorial Library
1500 N. Warner St.
- Access Restrictions
This collection is available for research.
Content DescriptionReturn to Top
3 leaflets issued by Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), a national student activist organization in the United States during the 1960s. The leaflets are: "Remember Chicago...Support Eldridge Cleaver for President," which was issued in protest after the 1968 Democratic Convention; "What Happened to the Panther Conference?", a two-page leaflet protesting the exclusion of the SDS from the United Front Against Fascism Conference organized by the Black Panther Party in Oakland; and "What is Racism?," an eight-page pamphlet issued by an unidentified campus branch of the SDS.
Historical NoteReturn to Top
Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) was a national student activist organization established in Chicago, Illinois in 1960. SDS adopted a radical stance on poverty, war, and racism, among other issues. At its height, SDS had over 300 campus chapters and 30,000 members. The organization disbanded due to factional disputes in the late 1960s.
Use of the CollectionReturn to Top
[Name of document, date.] Students for a Democratic Society leaflets. University of Puget Sound Archives & Special Collections. Tacoma, Washington.