In the Fall semester of 2016, CCA Faculty Kari Marboe and Capp Street Project Archive Curator Jennine Scarboro teamed up for the Upper Division Interdisciplinary Studio (UDIST) course Activate Archive: Capp Street Project. During the class students were introduced to the CSP Archive, researched the process, intention,and realization of projects sponsored by CSP and used their research to inspire their own new collaborative and individual site-specific works. The course culminated in a campus exhibition In CCA's Oliver Art Center.
A description of the goals and academic courses of the Black Studies Institute, from the 1971 issue of CCAC
A letter in which Mr. Harper responds to Miss Fabio's criticism by pointing out that he has compiled a bibliography and alocated shelf space in the library, to support her work as a teacher of Black Literature in the Ethnic Studies Program
A collections of documents relating to the history of the Ethnic Studies program at California College of Arts and Crafts
Transcription of a verbal statement made by Sarah Fabio, as part of the 1969 CCAC Student-Faculty Institute, calling for, the school's increased responsibility toward "the people--all the people including racial minorities", for developing a new academic system, and for providing the black students of CCAC with an education that would enable them "to move toward a sense of integrity"