A clipping from the Daily World concerning the charge that the Medical School of the University of California at Davis engaged in a pattern of discrimination against minorities. The other side of the clipping features small articles about Africa.
A copy of a 1976 commentary in the Los Angeles Times titled, "Looking for the Bicentennial Man." The article discusses Baldwin's views on the state of the United States 200 years after its independence. Baldwin was invited by the LA Times to write this article while residing in the South of France.
A 1970 New York Times news clipping with reviews of Maya Angelou's newly released book, "I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings" by James Baldwin, John O. Killens, "Newsweek," "The New York Times," Julian Mayfield, and "Cleveland Plain Dealer."
A paper clipping or flyer, formerly white now aged and browned, with brief student biographies on both the front and back. A black and white image of Wendy Wilson and a block of black text type features on the front of the leaflet. The reverse features a small black and white image of a student named Susan Dopp along with a separate block of black text. Both were students at Calvin Coolidge High School and are recognized for their artistic talent.