Students: Black Pride

After a summer of race riots, Negro students are returning to college campuses with a new and aggressive pride in being black. It shows up in a revival of all-Negro fraternities, surging membership in "Afro-American" student-action groups, demands for more "black culture" in the curriculum, and a growing scorn for the white, middle-class world that lies within reach of the college-trained Negro. The new mood ranges from angry militancy to a brotherly desire for mutual improvement—and it does not reject violence as one way to make the black presence felt.

At Yale, most of the 90 Negro...

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