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An Appeal for Human Rights, March, 1960
An Appeal for Human Rights, March, 1960
Published: 2010/03/15
Channel: southernchanges
Atlanta Student Movement leader Charles Black
Atlanta Student Movement leader Charles Black
Published: 2014/03/21
Channel: Cj Stewart
The Atlanta Student Movement and Lonnie King Jr.
The Atlanta Student Movement and Lonnie King Jr.
Published: 2016/11/01
Channel: Colleen Donald
King Collection - Atlanta Student Movement
King Collection - Atlanta Student Movement
Published: 2012/12/12
Channel: MorehouseCollege
Atlanta Student Movement Banks  2 HR
Atlanta Student Movement Banks 2 HR
Published: 2016/03/08
Channel: Michael Bond
Atlanta Student Movement Black   HR
Atlanta Student Movement Black HR
Published: 2016/03/08
Channel: Michael Bond
Charles Black | Atlanta Student Movement
Charles Black | Atlanta Student Movement
Published: 2014/09/07
Channel: Sheila Pree Bright
Atlanta Student Movement
Atlanta Student Movement
Published: 2017/07/03
Channel: ASALH Atlanta Branch
October 19, 1960 - Martin Luther King Arrested in Atlanta Sit-In Protest
October 19, 1960 - Martin Luther King Arrested in Atlanta Sit-In Protest
Published: 2015/10/22
Channel: Voices of the Civil Rights Movement
SIS Interviews Members of the Atlanta Student Movement
SIS Interviews Members of the Atlanta Student Movement
Published: 2010/04/16
Channel: Spelman College
Atlanta Movement
Atlanta Movement
Published: 2012/06/07
Channel: SometimesOften
Atlanta Student Movement Banks Black  1 ASM
Atlanta Student Movement Banks Black 1 ASM
Published: 2016/03/08
Channel: Michael Bond
Atlanta Student Movement BLANDING HR 2
Atlanta Student Movement BLANDING HR 2
Published: 2016/03/08
Channel: Michael Bond
Horace J. Bond speaks on Atlanta Student Movement
Horace J. Bond speaks on Atlanta Student Movement
Published: 2016/04/15
Channel: Michael Bond
Atlanta Student Movement Banks  1 ASM
Atlanta Student Movement Banks 1 ASM
Published: 2016/03/08
Channel: Michael Bond
Horace J. Bond speaks on Atlanta Student Movement
Horace J. Bond speaks on Atlanta Student Movement
Published: 2016/04/15
Channel: Michael Bond
Horace J. Bond speaks on Atlanta Student Movement
Horace J. Bond speaks on Atlanta Student Movement
Published: 2016/04/13
Channel: Michael Bond
Horace J. Bond speaks on Atlanta Student Movement
Horace J. Bond speaks on Atlanta Student Movement
Published: 2016/04/15
Channel: Michael Bond
Horace J. Bond speaks on Atlanta Student Movement
Horace J. Bond speaks on Atlanta Student Movement
Published: 2016/04/15
Channel: Michael Bond
Black Students from Atlanta Schools Protest Downtown
Black Students from Atlanta Schools Protest Downtown
Published: 2015/11/22
Channel: Emory Wheel
Horace J. Bond speaks on Atlanta Student Movement
Horace J. Bond speaks on Atlanta Student Movement
Published: 2016/04/15
Channel: Michael Bond
Tiffany Mason- I found it in the Archives (The Atlanta Student Movement)
Tiffany Mason- I found it in the Archives (The Atlanta Student Movement)
Published: 2011/02/14
Channel: Tiffanymason2009
Horace J. Bond speaks on Atlanta Student Movement
Horace J. Bond speaks on Atlanta Student Movement
Published: 2016/04/15
Channel: Michael Bond
Horace J. Bond speaks on Atlanta Student Movement
Horace J. Bond speaks on Atlanta Student Movement
Published: 2016/04/15
Channel: Michael Bond
Atlanta Student Movement BLANDING ASM 1
Atlanta Student Movement BLANDING ASM 1
Published: 2016/03/08
Channel: Michael Bond
Lonnie C. King, Jr. on Student Movements and the Civil Rights Movement
Lonnie C. King, Jr. on Student Movements and the Civil Rights Movement
Published: 2012/02/19
Channel: UGA SocialWork
ASM_Interview 46_Dick Gregory
ASM_Interview 46_Dick Gregory
Published: 2016/03/31
Channel: Michael Bond
VTS 01 1
VTS 01 1
Published: 2016/08/12
Channel: Michael Bond
ASM_Interview 47_Frank Smith
ASM_Interview 47_Frank Smith
Published: 2016/04/01
Channel: Michael Bond
VTS 01 1
VTS 01 1
Published: 2016/08/12
Channel: Michael Bond
VTS 01 2
VTS 01 2
Published: 2016/08/12
Channel: Michael Bond
ASM_Interview 46_Dick Gregory 11
ASM_Interview 46_Dick Gregory 11
Published: 2016/03/31
Channel: Michael Bond
VTS 01 0
VTS 01 0
Published: 2016/08/12
Channel: Michael Bond
Prairie View A&M University
Prairie View A&M University's Baptist Student Movement Gospel Choir- I Tried Him For Myself
Published: 2011/03/29
Channel: jclifvic
Alethea Boone3
Alethea Boone3
Published: 2016/11/18
Channel: Michael Bond
VTS 01 3
VTS 01 3
Published: 2016/08/12
Channel: Michael Bond
Ron Wilson
Ron Wilson
Published: 2016/11/16
Channel: Michael Bond
ASM Interview 5 Senator Leroy Johnson
ASM Interview 5 Senator Leroy Johnson
Published: 2016/03/11
Channel: Michael Bond
BOND   ASM BLVD
BOND ASM BLVD
Published: 2016/03/08
Channel: Michael Bond
ASM_Interview 46_Dick Gregory 12
ASM_Interview 46_Dick Gregory 12
Published: 2016/03/31
Channel: Michael Bond
DILLARD   ASM 2
DILLARD ASM 2
Published: 2016/03/08
Channel: Michael Bond
Project 1960:  Meet Lonnie C. King Part 1
Project 1960: Meet Lonnie C. King Part 1
Published: 2013/11/18
Channel: Sheila Pree Bright
POPE   ASM BLVD
POPE ASM BLVD
Published: 2016/03/08
Channel: Michael Bond
Tucker    ASM
Tucker ASM
Published: 2016/03/08
Channel: Michael Bond
ASM_Interview 46_Dick Gregory 4
ASM_Interview 46_Dick Gregory 4
Published: 2016/03/31
Channel: Michael Bond
ASM_Interview 46_Dick Gregory 22
ASM_Interview 46_Dick Gregory 22
Published: 2016/04/01
Channel: Michael Bond
King   HR
King HR
Published: 2016/03/08
Channel: Michael Bond
FELDER   HR 2
FELDER HR 2
Published: 2016/03/08
Channel: Michael Bond
POPE   HR 2
POPE HR 2
Published: 2016/03/08
Channel: Michael Bond
DILLARD  HR 1
DILLARD HR 1
Published: 2016/03/08
Channel: Michael Bond
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The Atlanta Student Movement was formed between February and March 1960 in Atlanta by students of the campuses Atlanta University Center (AUC)[1][2] and led by the Committee for the Appeal for Human Rights (COAHR) and was part of the Civil Rights Movement.

History[edit]

An Appeal for Human Rights[edit]

The original work begun by members of the Atlanta Student Movement continues into the present, with periodic reviews in 2000, and 2010. These include the 40th Anniversary An Appeal for Human Rights v.II,[3][4] 2010 - An Appeal for Human Rights vIII) by means of a review, reflection, and revision process by original members of COAHR.[5][6]

Formation of Committee on Appeal for Human Rights[edit]

On February 5, 1960[7] Lonnie King and Julian Bond discussed the idea of following in the foot steps of the Greensboro sit-ins with the idea to organize similar actions in Atlanta. Lonnie King was summoned to the president's office where the presidents of all six Atlanta University Center (AUC) colleges challenged him and other students to write a document, rather than to proceed with immediate direct action such as organizing Sit-ins.

The students, while considering the proposal by the AUC presidents of the creation of a document a delaying tactic, did begin work on such a document. They formed a committee that drafted and appeal to describe both their complaints as well as their desired goals for proposed change. This Committee on Appeal for Human Rights focused their document An Appeal for Human Rights on putting an end to the unjust system of racial segregation that was present in every aspect of their society—something the students would simply no longer stand by and accept.[8]

These Atlanta students considered it to be the right time for change, considered the changes achievable by nonviolent means, and began to lead over mostly objections expressed by their elder community leaders, who strongly preferred a more conservative approach, such as litigation through the courts.

Lonnie King, Julian Bond, Roslyn Pope, Herschelle Sullivan, Carolyn Long, Frank Smith, Joseph Pierce, among others students formed the original Committee on Appeal for Human Rights which drafting An Appeal for Human Rights which was originally published on March 9, 1960.[9]

Within six days of the publication of An Appeal for Human Rights, the students began the Atlanta Student Movement sit-ins on March 15, 1960. which were an integral part of the 1960s sit-in movement of the Civil Rights Movement.

Legacy[edit]

Along with the lasting social effects that the Movement brought about, a more tangible legacy can be found near the West End of Atlanta, where Atlanta Student Movement Boulevard (formerly Fair Street) cuts through campus of Clark Atlanta University. The street was named as such in a dedication ceremony on November 1, 2010, hosted by Kasim Reed, the Mayor of Atlanta.[10]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Atlanta University Center District We Shall Overcome - Historical Place of the Civil Rights Movement - National Park Service
  2. ^ Atlanta Student Movement Archived April 1, 2010, at the Wayback Machine. - The Committee on Appeal for Human Rights
  3. ^ An Appeal for Human Rights vII (2000) Archived 2008-11-21 at the Wayback Machine. - Atlanta University Center Digest
  4. ^ An Appeal for Human Rights v II (2000) - Atlanta Student Movement
  5. ^ An Appeal for Human Rights Archived April 1, 2010, at the Wayback Machine. - Committee on Appeal for Human Rights
  6. ^ An Appeal for Human Rights - Civil Rights Veterans
  7. ^ Interview (Audio) with Lonnie King[permanent dead link] - PBA Online
  8. ^ Interview (Audio) with Lonnie King[permanent dead link] - PBA Online
  9. ^ Atlanta Sit-ins - Civil Rights Veterans
  10. ^ "The City of Atlanta to Honor the Men and Women of the Atlanta Student Movement". Retrieved 10 February 2015. 

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