Crawford, Forrest

Forrest Crawford discusses the official start of The Black Scholars United organization at Weber State College in 1969 in response to some of the social and cultural unrest of the era. He describes one of the long range goals of the organization to initiate cooperative efforts with black students on other campuses. He mentions attempting to bridge the gap between students and administrators, and Weber’s experience with minority groups. The interview took place on May 1, 1979.

Forrest Crawford describes his involvement with the Black Scholars United organization, and the history of diversity and multicultural related efforts on campus. The interview took place on January 30, 2008.

Forrest Crawford discusses his involvement in BSU (Black Scholars United) and where it is headed in the future. The interview took place on April 13, 1987.