Eighty-third page of a scrapbook created by M. Anita Gay Hawthorne, 1987
The eighty-third page of a scrapbook that M. Anita Gay Hawthorne made for the Black Student Union (now the Pan-Afrikan Center) in 1988. Includes two photographs of Black people and others in the Quad for Days in May. Text next to the top photograph reads: "Leah, Betty, and Nuru enjoy the luxury of Augsburg's green grass." Text next to the bottom photograph reads: "Angela, Carol, and Marcia would rather stand on the strong and firm Augsburg pavement."
Augsburg College--PeopleAugsburg College--People of color--clubs and organizationsAugsburg College--Black Student Union (BSU)Augsburg College--Days in MayQuad
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