Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Article from The Activist History Review
Interview with Shirley Hodge Hardin, April 1, 1999. Jakin, Georgia. Recorded in Valdosta, Georgia. Fieldworker: Gretchen Geisinger. Audio file. Part of the South Georgia Folklife Project at Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections.
A funeral program distributed at the memorial service held for Dr. King at Morehouse College on April 9, 1968.
This collection contains items from events that were held at Valdosta State University. There is a wide range of genres represented from the history of Valdosta State, to visiting artists and exhbits. Included are the materials of exhibits such as the House in the Woods, Valdosta State's 100 year anniversary, and the history of integration at Valdosta State. Valdosta also had Maya Angelou, Jancie Daugharty, and the We the People exhibit as well as hosting theater conferences.
Sophie Glass and Rosalie Vendrell. "The Firsts in Integration at Valdosta State University." 3-Minute VSU History Research Videos created by 1102 Honors English, Spring 2019. Video File (MP4).
Aminata Lewis and Daeshe' McCoy. "The Integration of Greek Life on VSU Campus." 3-Minute VSU History Research Videos created by 1102 Honors English, Spring 2019. Video File (MP4).