Student Protests and Rallies
Protests by students at the College of William and Mary have included the following (note this list is incomplete):
Students Fees-Athletic policies
1992--Los Angeles Jury Verdict in the Rodney King Beating Case
2008--Resignation of Gene R. Nichol
2010--"Protest against Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli's notice to the College that its anti-discrimination policy should not specifically protect employees discriminated against because of their "sexual orientation" or "gender identity and expression.""
Material in the Special Collections Research Center's Collections
- The University Archives Subject File Collection includes the following folders:
- Student Protests
- Student Protests--1980--Military Draft
- Student Protests--2003 Anti-War
- Student Protests--Beer Protests
- Student Protests--Dorm-In (1969)
- Student Protests--Los Angeles Jury Verdict - Rodney King (1992)
- Student Protests--Peace Movement
- Student Protests--Student Fees (Athletics policies)
- The University Archives Poster Collection also includes many posters from student protests and rallies.
- The Student Activities Collection includes material related to anti-war protests during the Vietnam War.
- The University Archives Oral History Collection includes references to several protests
- Records from the Office of the President and other administrative records during the relevant time period as well as personal papers of students, faculty, and staff. See the SCRC Collections Database for further information.
- The Flat Hat - see the index in the SCRC for assistance.
- Colonial Echo
In the News
- Hear the Thunder of Protests' Chorus, Virginia Informer 20 April 2010.
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