Monday, August 19


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Black History at UCLA: ‘Bunchy’ Carter and the Black Panthers

In honor of Black History Month, Daily Bruin Video is exploring UCLA’s own history, along with its famous African American alumni. Alprentice “Bunchy” Carter was a community leader and radical activist whose legacy – alongside his friend and colleague, John Huggins – is commemorated every year in Campbell Hall by the Afrikan Student Union. Read more...

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(Dean Hughes/Daily Bruin)

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Remembering Martin Luther King Jr.’s 1965 speech at UCLA

In honor of Black History Month, Daily Bruin Video is exploring UCLA’s own history regarding the Civil Rights Movement. Martin Luther King Jr.’s speech in 1965 – three months before the passage of the Voting Rights Act – was one of the largest milestones in that history. Read more...

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Black History Month at UCLA: Ralph Bunche

In honor of Black History Month, Daily Bruin Video is exploring UCLA’s own history through its famous African-American alumni. Ralph Bunche was awarded a Nobel Peace Prize and fought his entire life for equal rights for African-Americans. Read more...

Photo: (Dean Hughes/Daily Bruin)

(Dean Hughes/Daily Bruin)

(Dean Hughes/Daily Bruin)

Celebrating Black History Month: Jackie Robinson

In honor of Black History Month, Daily Bruin Video is exploring UCLA’s own history through its famous African-American alumni. Jackie Robinson was perhaps one of UCLA’s most famous alumni, and became deeply involved in civil rights activism after his groundbreaking baseball career. Read more...

Photo: (Dean Hughes/Daily Bruin)

(Dean Hughes/Daily Bruin)



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