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Records of the Don Imus Controversy, April 4-May 9, 2007.

Author: Rutgers University. Department of University Relations. Office of Media Relations.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The records of the Don Imus Controversy at Rutgers University are divided into two series containing forty-two folders. Series I, Press Coverage, contains sixteen folders. Series II, Correspondence, contains twenty-six folders. The first series contains the transcript of Imus? original radio show, the subsequent Rutgers University statements in response to his comments, and the media coverage of the controversy  Read more...
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Named Person: Katie Adams; Matee Ajavon; Pamela Blake; Stacey Brann; Essence Carson; Don Imus; Rashidat Junaid; Kevin MacConnell; Kim Manning; Richard L McCormick; Myia McCurdy; Bernard McGuirk; Robert E Mulcahy; Epiphanny Prince; Brittany Ray; Sid Rosenberg; C Vivian Stringer; Sammeika Thrash; Greg Trevor; Kia Vaughan; John Wooding; Heather Zurich
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Rutgers University. Department of University Relations. Office of Media Relations.
OCLC Number: 767568147
Description: 1 cubic foot (1 record carton)

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The records of the Don Imus Controversy at Rutgers University are divided into two series containing forty-two folders. Series I, Press Coverage, contains sixteen folders. Series II, Correspondence, contains twenty-six folders. The first series contains the transcript of Imus? original radio show, the subsequent Rutgers University statements in response to his comments, and the media coverage of the controversy (including 6 DVDs, Google News search results, and copies of original newspaper articles). The bulk of the material is found in the second series, consisting of emails sent to the Rutgers University President, Richard L. McCormick, in reaction to the controversy, as well as his responses.

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