Chronicle letters-One from students critical of student body reaction to MLK's murder. Second from Mr. Hoxton laying out expectations for for treatment of first African American students the next Fall.
Discussed the impact of his own views on integration as a student at Episcopal, student political commentary on massive resistance, influence of "Old South" on the old boys in the 60s, and finally what made him decide to join the board.
David Richmond (from left), Franklin McCain, Ezell Blair Jr., and Joseph McNeil leave the Woolworth in Greensboro, N.C., where they initiated a lunch-counter sit-in to protest segregation, Feb. 1, 1960
Articles from the Richmond Times Dispatch from the 1950s to the 1960s touching on massive resistance to integration. These articles cover multiple towns and countys within Virginia, and the political crisis of the time.