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Charles Terrell being presented court injunction during the black student strike of 1970
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On March 10th, a local attorney, Robert A. Marden, delivered a message to the protesters from President Strider. Marden stated that the protesters had until 12:30 p.m to leave the chapel or face legal action. Terrel responded: "We will not get out until we are taken out." However, the Augusta Superior Court authorized a restraining order, and issued that if the protesters did not vacate the chapel they would be held in contempt of court. By 9:30 that night, the protesters left the chapel. (Smith 183-184)
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The Old Photographs Series: Colby College, A Venture of Faith. Compiled by Anestes G. Fotiades. Alan Sutton, Inc. Augusta, Maine: 1994.
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