A publication that chronicles the history of WKU's desegregation efforts. This commemorative publication is also an historical document that highlights the prolific accomplishments of WKU African American graduates. The impact of Western's spirit on countless African American graduates and the Bowling Green community unfolds in the pages that follow. The joy of having access to an education, the struggles of transforming an institutional climate, the kindness of WKU faculty, staff, and students and the rewards of walking across the stage in Diddle arena are chronicled by those who experienced it firsthand.
African American Studies | Inequality and Stratification | Race and Ethnicity | Race, Ethnicity and Post-Colonial Studies | Social History | United States History
WKU Centennial Committee; Bailey, Howard; Burke, Monica G.; Hardin, John; Martin, Sherese; Ray, Maxine; and Woods, C. J., "UA1B2/1 A Commemoration of WKU's Integration: 1956-2006" (2006). WKU Archives Records. Paper 2395.