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Extent: 1.66 cu. ft.
Historical Sketch: John F. Knight and other plaintiffs filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of the black citizens of Alabama and the students, faculty, staff, and administrators of Alabama State University (ASU) and Alabama A&M University (A&M). They charged that the State of Alabama, its education related agencies and most of its four year public universities have maintained structures, policies, and practices that continue to promote segregation in its university system.
In December 1991, the court ordered the defendants to modify policies and practices so as to encourage the integration of historically black and historically white schools.
Source: Knight v. State of Alabama, Federal Reporter 14 F.3d 1534 (11th Circuit 1994).
Scope/Content Note: The Knight v. Alabama collection documents the participation of the Troy State University System in the proceedings. It contains case documents, evidence, and compliance and consent decree documentation.
Organization: Organized into two series:
Series 1: Case Documents and Evidentiary Materials
Consists of witness list, motions, Federal Reporter Entry; research into curricula at national and state level; research particular to the Troy State University System faculty and courses; depositions
Arranged at file level as follows: case documents chronologically; depositions alphabetically by name; evidentiary materials grouped according to their relationship with the Troy State University System, the state of Alabama, and general research
Series 2: Compliance and Consent Decree Documentation
Consists of Troy State University System compliance information and reports
for 1993-2000 (1997 missing)
Arranged chronologically at file level.
Provenance: Transferred to archives from TSUD
Access / Use Restrictions? Open, Public Records
Series: Case Documents and Evidentiary Materials
Amended Witness List
Knight Resubmission of Rule 26 Summaries
Proposed Remand of Remedy Outline
Federal Reporter Entry Knight v. Alabama
Minority Application Information
Faculty and Course Information Requested by Attorneys
Alabama University/College Data
Black and Africana Studies Curriculum Model
Amended Consent Decree - Testing of Prospective Teachers
Series: Compliance and Consent Decree Documentation, 1993 – 2000
Minutes of the TSUS Consent Decree Monitoring Committee
Annual Compliance Report - 1993 (1 of 2)
Annual Compliance Report - 1993 (2 of 2)
TSUS Consent Decree Report Guidelines - 1994
Annual Compliance Report - 1994
Annual Compliance Report Draft - 1995
Annual Compliance Report - 1995
Annual Compliance Report - 1996
Annual Compliance Report - 1998
Annual Compliance Report - 1999
Annual Compliance Report - 2000