These are lecture notes listed in sequence:
by Westbrook Pegler
Westbrook Pegler, a strong proponent of segregation, was allowed a personal interview with me in the first few days after I was arrested as a Freedom Rider. Here is his derogatory article which was published in the Sarasota Herald-Tribune, Monday, June 12, 1961. The hostile sentiments expressed towards the Freedom Riders was the rule in the south in this period of our history (not surprisingly…) The only people I trusted on the streets were blacks. I especially did not trust the police, nor frankly, any white person that I came across.
These pages display the criteria by which I was grading notebooks this grading period. We will go over them in lab as well.
The first three images are of notes taken by students during a demonstration dissection, showing appropriate detail in the information which was being given as the dissection was performed.