One attempt to record recent history in useable forms before it dissolves. Nine interviews with students, mostly seniors, on how they have personally struggled with activism, community, and survival at williams college.
These are six openly available recordings. They may be used according to the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
MC 218 Afro-American Society Records; Photograph files for Students Political Actions, Hopkins Occupation, Latino hunger strike; Subject files for Hopkins Occupation, African Americans, Latino Hunger strike, Asian Studies, Asian Students, Asian American Students; Small collections: 2001-032 Afro-American Society Press Release; Small collections: 2007-384 Afro-American Society/Hopkins Occupation; Gaudino Papers Box 23; Frederick Rudolph Papers Box 31; Committee on Educational Priorities Records; Asian American Students in Action Records; Marcela Peacock Papers (selections); Accession 2014-020 Latinx Studies at Williams College; Davis Center Records on Asian Harassment; Divest Williams Record Group; Williams Students for Justice in Palestine Records; Asian American Students in Action (AASiA) Collection; Political Activism of Williams College Students, Staff, and Faculty collection