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Floyd Walton is an alumnus of Eastern Michigan University, graduating in 1973. Walton was a highly involved student activist serving as a member of the Campus Service Corps and the Black Student Association. Walton was also instrumental with the Black Demands and discussions with administration after the take over of Pierce Hall of February of 1969.
Black Student Association, Campus Service Corps, Eastern Michigan University, student protest, demonstration, Ypsilanti, African American Studies, equal representation, academic programming, civil rights, takeover, 1960s
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Burns, Rachel and Jones, Matt, "Floyd Walton, October 24, 2018" (2018). Oral Histories. 46.