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Ads for "UU World", includes correspondence, notes, and drafts, 1971 Digital

File Identifier: bMS 1146, bMS 1146/1 (1)
Scope and Contents: This collection consists largely of the records of FULLBAC (Full Recognition and Runding of the Black Affairs Council), as well as other Unitarian Universalist black empowerment groups. FULLBAC was a white support group for the Black Affairs Council, and was established in 1968 in Philadelphia as an independent, continent-wide agency to advance the cause of black empowerment. Many of the records in this collection belonged to Reverend David B. Parke, one of the two original chairmen of the...

Advocate Conference, Chicago, Illinois, 1976 Digital

Archival Record Identifier: bMS 1309, bMS 1309/8 (10)
Scope and Contents: The bulk of the records in this collection are those of Rev. Robert Wheatly, director of the Office of Gay Concerns from 1977-1986. Correspondence to and from him and some of the other directors may be found throughout the collection, as well. In addition, much of the material in this collection not only documents the activities of the office, but also chronicles a growing nationwide movement concerning the rights of sexual minorities.

Advocate Conference, Chicago, Illinois, March 17, 1976 Digital

Archival Record Identifier: bMS 1309, bMS 1309/8 (13)
Scope and Contents: The bulk of the records in this collection are those of Rev. Robert Wheatly, director of the Office of Gay Concerns from 1977-1986. Correspondence to and from him and some of the other directors may be found throughout the collection, as well. In addition, much of the material in this collection not only documents the activities of the office, but also chronicles a growing nationwide movement concerning the rights of sexual minorities.

Affirming Every Person, Keen, New Hampshire, February 1995 Digital

Archival Record Identifier: bMS 1309, bMS 1309/8 (63)
Scope and Contents: The bulk of the records in this collection are those of Rev. Robert Wheatly, director of the Office of Gay Concerns from 1977-1986. Correspondence to and from him and some of the other directors may be found throughout the collection, as well. In addition, much of the material in this collection not only documents the activities of the office, but also chronicles a growing nationwide movement concerning the rights of sexual minorities.

AIDS Committee Correspondence (includes interim report, January 1986), 1985-1986 Digital

Archival Record Identifier: bMS 1309, bMS 1309/4 (32)
Scope and Contents: The bulk of the records in this collection are those of Rev. Robert Wheatly, director of the Office of Gay Concerns from 1977-1986. Correspondence to and from him and some of the other directors may be found throughout the collection, as well. In addition, much of the material in this collection not only documents the activities of the office, but also chronicles a growing nationwide movement concerning the rights of sexual minorities.

AIDS National Interfaith Network, 1994-1995 Digital

Archival Record Identifier: bMS 1309, bMS 1309/10 (1)
Scope and Contents: The bulk of the records in this collection are those of Rev. Robert Wheatly, director of the Office of Gay Concerns from 1977-1986. Correspondence to and from him and some of the other directors may be found throughout the collection, as well. In addition, much of the material in this collection not only documents the activities of the office, but also chronicles a growing nationwide movement concerning the rights of sexual minorities.

AIDS National Interfaith Network, 1994-1995 Digital

Archival Record Identifier: bMS 1309, bMS 1309/9 (33)
Scope and Contents: The bulk of the records in this collection are those of Rev. Robert Wheatly, director of the Office of Gay Concerns from 1977-1986. Correspondence to and from him and some of the other directors may be found throughout the collection, as well. In addition, much of the material in this collection not only documents the activities of the office, but also chronicles a growing nationwide movement concerning the rights of sexual minorities.

AIDS National Interfaith Network, 1994-1995 Digital

Archival Record Identifier: bMS 1309, bMS 1309/9 (34)
Scope and Contents: The bulk of the records in this collection are those of Rev. Robert Wheatly, director of the Office of Gay Concerns from 1977-1986. Correspondence to and from him and some of the other directors may be found throughout the collection, as well. In addition, much of the material in this collection not only documents the activities of the office, but also chronicles a growing nationwide movement concerning the rights of sexual minorities.

AIDS National Interfaith Network, 1994-1995 Digital

Archival Record Identifier: bMS 1309, bMS 1309/10 (2)
Scope and Contents: The bulk of the records in this collection are those of Rev. Robert Wheatly, director of the Office of Gay Concerns from 1977-1986. Correspondence to and from him and some of the other directors may be found throughout the collection, as well. In addition, much of the material in this collection not only documents the activities of the office, but also chronicles a growing nationwide movement concerning the rights of sexual minorities.

Albany, New York, 1975 Digital

File — Box: 1, Folder: 2Identifier: bMS 1011, bMS 1011/1 (2)
Scope and Contents: This collection consists of the administrative subject files of the Committee on Racial Justice, arranged alphabetically.