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Budget of Original Administrative Response and Faculty Administrative Response for 1969-1970 and 1970-1971
Letter, possibly typed on carbon copy paper, begins: "I'm sure you've all read the response to EBONI's proposals." The content related to college budgeting for EBONI's proposals and mentions existing plans for a Roxbury College consortium. Neither the recipients nor the author are identified, though one can assume the letter was written by Emerson College President Richard Chapin.
Letter to Mooneyene Jackson from the President in regards to the three proposals not accepted on May 1st.
Robert Hillman's clarification on behalf of the finance department on EBONI's financial proposals.
Projected calculations for fellowships and scholarships for four academic years: 1969-1970, 1970-1971, 1971-1972, and [1973-1974]. Handwritten in pencil on lined paper.
Handout created by white students of Emerson College in solidarity with E.B.O.N.I.'s ten demands. The document urges students to attend a discussion with invited speakers instead of attending their scheduled classes. The documents sites E.B.O.N.I.'s demands as fair and moderate and specifically calls out administration's reason for being financially unable to support the creation of fellowships. Authors of the document are not identified.
Press Release summary and a letter to Moonyene Jackson from President Chapin in regards to the three proposals not accepted on the May 1st.