Who rules the campus address

Who rules the campus address
Address by North Carolina state Attorney General Robert Morgan on what he describes as student activism at North Carolina A&T University. In his address, Morgan references the student body president of NC A&T's recent address and the student's call for a federal investigation into unidentified events on campus. These events referenced are likely those that took place in May 1969 where student protests by A&T and James B. Dudley High School students in Greensboro, N.C. ended with the death of Willie Grimes, mass arrests of A&T students, and the involvement of the National Guard. Morgan seemingly disagrees with the student body president of A&T and highlights in his address that an employee or intern in his office, Ken Spalding, also disagrees. Morgan points out that Spalding is a Black law student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill who wrote a portion of Morgan's address, and Morgan seemingly uses Spalding's race and opinion as a justification to dismiss the A&T case. The title of Morgan's address is "Who Rules the Campus." Number: vol. 04, no. 02. Date approximated.
May 1969
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East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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