In piecing together the story of the history of the relationship between black immigrants and black Americans my group members and I have decided to divide the work among ourselves using several resources. Each member will do a different part of the project relating to the issue using resources such as books, digital magazines, and journals. Two particular books used as a resource are, From a Normal Beginning: The Origins of Kean College NJ and At the Center of the Storm: Reflections a State College President. In reading the From a Normal Beginning: The Origins of Kean College NJ so far their main focus is on the location of the school and its movement throughout the years as in relation to relationship between faculty and students. This is not what I am looking for, therefore I will not use this source, however, the book, At the Center of the Storm: Reflections a State College President it was stated that a President of Kean University when Kean was known as Newark State sought to make Kean a multiracial, multiethnic, and multireligious society. It is my goal to continue reading to see how successful he was. Especially learning about the students’ relationships that were admitted. Furthermore, I plan to do further research using digital magazines because students were the authors and it will shine light and on their thoughts and reactions to each other.