United States--Race relations
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Articles, resumes, ephemera, and photographs providing additional biographical information about women interviewed for the Schlesinger Library's Black Women Oral History Project. Materials relate to family background, childhood, education, careers, and professional and voluntary accomplishments.
The Black Women Oral History Project collection consists of audiotapes and transcripts of 72 oral histories.
The Cecil F. Poole papers contain a wide swath of personal and professional material from Poole’s earliest career in the U.S. Army Air Corps and the Price Administration to his appointment as Judge for the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. The entire collection spans from 1935 until Poole’s death in 1997 and primarily consists of correspondence, memoranda, case files, personnel files, newspaper and magazine clippings, speeches, photographs, date books and personal ephemera.
Biographical material, speeches, correspondence, etc., of Tove Gertrud Mueller Gerson, teacher, physical therapist, YWCA administrator, and activist for peace and civil rights.
Papers of Helen Lingenfelter Gray, lawyer and women's rights and peace activist.
The papers of June Jordan, poet, author, outspoken activist, champion of equal rights for African Americans and women, and professor.
Letters to African American educator Rebecca Primus from family and friends regarding daily activities, health, and community events, and discussing local race relations and prejudice among whites.
Nine items of printed material, including press releases and open letters, created for distribution by several Oakland, California, groups in support of Ruchell Magee and other Black people incarcerated for political reasons.