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Photographs of Panel 3:

"Stomping Down!": The Black Student Movement and the Foodworkers' Strikes of 1969 - Held in the Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History, 2/13/2007

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the panel discusses their experiences Left to right: Renae McPherson, Dr. Freddie Parker, Dr. Adolph Reed, Julius Chambers
Women Behind the Lines documentary screening The short documentary "Women Behind the Lines" is screened as introduction
Moderator, Dr. Archie Ervin Moderator for the evening's panel: Dr. Archie Ervin, Associate Provost and Director of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs
the panel discusses their experiences Fellow panelists listen as Dr. Adolph Reed gives his perspective as a member of the Black Student Movement in 1969
Tim West and Biff Hollingsworth Exhibit co-curators Tim West (left) and Biff Hollingsworth
the audience listens intently The audience enjoys the engaging discussion from the panelists
the panel discusses their experiences Left to right: Renae McPherson, Dr. Freddie Parker, Dr. Adolph Reed, Julius Chambers
the panel discusses their experiences Renae McPherson listens carefully to Dr. Freddie Parker
Julius Chambers Julius Chambers, who represented striking foodworkers in 1969
Dr. Freddie Parker Dr. Freddie Parker, who participated in the 1969 strike

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