Chambers, Paul; Kerr, Vivian; Molock, Jennifer Williams; Springs-Levert, Meredith - Colorado State University Alumni oral histories interview
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Mark Shelstad interviews Paul Chambers, Vivian Kerr, Jennifer Williams Molock, and Meredith Springs-Levert on October 8, 2016. Chambers, Kerr, Molock, and Springs-Levert are alumni of Colorado State University.Paul Chambers graduated from Colorado State University in 1970. Chambers was the President of the Black Student Alliance (BSA) and along with the Mexican-American Committee for Equality led efforts opposing racial discrimination and to increase the number of people of color attending the university.Vivian Kerr graduated from Colorado State University in 1969. Kerr was the first director of the Black Student Services office at CSU which evolved from the Project GO program. Under her leadership she developed the office that is now known as the Black/African American Cultural Center. She is credited with starting educational programs, a fall retreat, the newsletter called "GRIOT" and was the first director of the Academic Advancement Center which is now one of the TRIO programs at CSU.Jennifer Williams Molock graduated from CSU in 1984. From 1998 to 2008 she served as the director of the Colorado State University's Black/African American Cultural Center.Meredith Springs-Levert graduated from Colorado State University in 1968. While at CSU she was a write-in candidate for the Associated Students of Colorado State University, but lost in a run-off.