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Published in Survey Graphic, which was an American magazine on social and political issues published in the early 20th century. The focus of this article is the March on Washington.

This is a copy of the syllabus that would have been given to students during the Fall Semester of 1994 for Dr. Farmer's Introduction to the Civil Rights Movement, HIST 200.

This oral history, featuring Christopher Williams, tells the story of a James Farmer Scholar, friendship, and mentorship.

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This document was created during Dr. Farmer’s time at Mary Washington College by Dr. Porter Blakemore. It was created to prevent students from taking advantage of Dr. Farmer’s disability and ensure that students were treating him with the respect…

"Crisis in Black and White is a powerful and unsparing analysis of 'the Negro problem' in America. It is one of the finest books on American society that has appeared in several years. 'The Negro problem' is not something that can be separated from…

James Farmer (left) signing the Chapter's register as an honorary member with Dr. Robert (Bob) Rycroft (right)at Mary Washington's Phi Beta Kappa, Kappa of Virginia Chapter Induction Ceremony.

The MWC department faculty at Popes Creek around 1992, which is at the George Washington Birthplace National Monument in Westmoreland County. The people in the photo, from left to right, are Darryl Nash (adjunct), Otho Campbell, Key Ryang, William…
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