Georgia State University students stage a sit-in at Sparks Hall after a racial slur was written on a campus trash can by a fraternity member, 1992
Printed on negative envelope: "Story or idea: The student protest has resumed at Georgia State University and the students are currently blocking Sparks Hall. The word is that if they don't vacate by 930, the cops will come in and arrest them. Caption: Sign outside the stairwell to the basement floor of Sparks Hall where Georgia State students staged a sit-in Monday. GSU students stage a sit-in in the basement of Sparks Hall. Some of the students leaders of the sit-in at GSU tell the group of students gathered what has been talked about in the negotiations with the University and ask if they (the students) are in agreement." These images are related to the student response and sit ins after a fraternity member wrote a racial slur on a campus trash can.
Atlanta Journal-Constitution Photographic Archive
Georgia State University Library
Karas, Marlene (Photographer)
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