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1 letter to Eliza at Peekskill from Harriet in Hartford, August 13, 1878. Digital

Item Identifier: A-102; M-45, 163., 163-2.
Scope and Contents: Tells of her enjoyment of the reunion which she is having with her family.

#100, Side 1: Digital

Item Identifier: T-331, Phon-38, CD-13, 100.
Scope and Contents: 85 minutes. Jordan begins her reading with an essay about Black poetry, and reads her own poems.

#100, Side 2: Digital

Item Identifier: T-331, Phon-38, CD-13, 100.
Scope and Contents: 85 minutes. Jordan begins her reading with an essay about Black poetry, and reads her own poems.

#101, Side 1: Digital

Item Identifier: T-331, Phon-38, CD-13, 101.
Scope and Contents: 96 minutes. Recorded at the Seven Stages Theater in Atlanta, Georgia.

#101, Side 2: Digital

Item Identifier: T-331, Phon-38, CD-13, 101.
Scope and Contents: 96 minutes. Recorded at the Seven Stages Theater in Atlanta, Georgia.

#102, Side 1: Digital

Item Identifier: T-331, Phon-38, CD-13, 102.
Scope and Contents: Series II, SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS, POETRY READINGS, AND MUSICAL PERFORMANCES/REHEARSALS,1973-1999 (#62-154), includes recordings of June Jordan reading poetry and essays, giving speeches, introducing readers, and in collaborative musical performance or rehearsal. This section also includes: examples of other performers reciting Jordan's poems, a few speaking engagements by individuals with whom Jordan worked closely, or had a significant personal relationship, and other items.

#102, Side 2: Digital

Item Identifier: T-331, Phon-38, CD-13, 102.
Scope and Contents: Series II, SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS, POETRY READINGS, AND MUSICAL PERFORMANCES/REHEARSALS,1973-1999 (#62-154), includes recordings of June Jordan reading poetry and essays, giving speeches, introducing readers, and in collaborative musical performance or rehearsal. This section also includes: examples of other performers reciting Jordan's poems, a few speaking engagements by individuals with whom Jordan worked closely, or had a significant personal relationship, and other items.

#103, Side 1. Digital

Item Identifier: T-331, Phon-38, CD-13, 103.
Scope and Contents: 90 minutes. Jordan discusses Bang Bang Uber Alles and contemporary hate acts by the Klu Klux Klan that inspired it, clashes with the Klan at the show, and collaborating with Adrienne Torf.

#103, Side 2. Digital

Item Identifier: T-331, Phon-38, CD-13, 103.
Scope and Contents: 90 minutes. Jordan discusses Bang Bang Uber Alles and contemporary hate acts by the Klu Klux Klan that inspired it, clashes with the Klan at the show, and collaborating with Adrienne Torf.

#104, Side 1. Digital

Item Identifier: T-321, 104-108.
Scope and Contents: Reel 103: "Panel: Fat Women and Women's Health Issues." Panelists discuss fat oppression, health professionals' and the general public's opinion about fat people and health, and the women's health movement's relationship to fat liberation. Reels 104-106: "Workshop[s]: Fat Women and Body Image/Anorexia and Compulsive Eating/Fat Women's Healthcare Issues." Participants discuss their lifetime experiences with doctors, dieting, and buying clothes; at a second workshop attendees discuss eating...