Series 5
Subject files, 1966-1974
Boxes 28 - 38

Scope and Content Note

The subject files include materials collected by Vincent Harding in all aspects of his career in Atlanta (1966-1974. Some of the materials were arranged by Harding and others were added during processing. Of particular interest are the files relating to Harding's work with Black Studies curricula in colleges and universities during the late 1960s and his work with the National Black Political Convention in 1972.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in alphabetical order.

Box Folder Content
28 1 A.F.R.I.C.A. [African-Americans for Friendship and Retainment of Our Image, Culture and Arts]
28 2 Africa
28 3 African Association for Black Studies
28 4 African Heritage Studies Association
28 5 African Liberation Day
28 6 African Liberation Support Committee, Georgia
28 7 African Studies Association of the West Indies
28 8 Africans in America for Black Liberation
28 9 Africare
28 10 Afro House Theatre (Atlanta, Georgia)
28 11 American Committee on Africa
28 12 American Council on Education, Overseas Liaison Committee
28 13 American Forum for African Studies
28 14 American Friends Service Committee
28 15 The Amistad
28 16 Apartheid
28 17 Armstrong, Karl
28 18 Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies, Third Triennial Conference, Kingston, Jamaica, 1971
28 19 Association for the Study of Negro Life and History
28 20 Association of Social and Behavioral Science
28 21 Atlanta Board of Education
28 22 Atlanta Center for Black Art
28 23 Atlanta churches
28 24 The Atlanta Committee of 100
28 25 Atlanta Community Relations Commission
28 26 Atlanta Public Schools
28 27 Atlanta Public Schools: Calhoun vs. Cook [Atlanta School Desegregation case], 1973 [1 of 2]
28 28 Atlanta Public Schools: Calhoun vs. Cook [Atlanta School Desegregation case], 1973 [2 of 2]
29 1 Atlanta Public Schools: Southwest High School 1973
29 2 Atlanta University Center, Center for African and Studies
29 3 Attica
29 4 Barbados, see also: West Indies
29 5 Barbados: Caribbean Background Course, Center for Multi-Racial Studies, University of the West Indies, 15-19 September 1969 [1 of 2]
29 6 Barbados: Caribbean Background Course, Center for Multi-Racial Studies, University of the West Indies, 15-19 September 1969 [2 of 2]
29 7 Beacon Press
29 8 Bibliographies
29 9 Black Academy of Arts and Letters, Inc.
29 10 Black Arts Cultural Group
29 11 Black Campus Ministries, conference at Stone Mountain (Georgia), 1971
29 12 Black colleges: conference sponsored by Daedalus and The Ford Foundation
29 13 The Black Ecumenical Commission
29 14 Black Legislative Clearing House
29 15 Black Liberation Alliance
29 16 Black Manifesto
29 17 Black media
29 18 Black politics
30 1 Black radicalism
30 2 Black students
30 3 Black studies-articles
30 4 Black studies: historically black colleges and universities [1 of 2]
30 5 Black studies: historically black colleges and universities [2 of 2]
30 6 Black studies: miscellaneous groups
30 7 Black studies: non United States colleges and universities
31 1 Black studies: predominantly white colleges and universities [1 of 6]
31 2 Black studies: predominantly white colleges and universities [2 of 6]
31 3 Black studies: predominantly white colleges and universities [3 of 6]
31 4 Black studies: predominantly white colleges and universities [4 of 6]
31 5 Black studies: predominantly white colleges and universities [5 of 6]
31 6 Black studies: predominantly white colleges and universities [6 of 6]
31 7 Black studies: reports [1 of 2]
32 1 Black studies: reports [2 of 2]
32 2 Black studies in elementary schools
32 3 Black studies in prisons, correspondence
32 4 The Black University [United Church of Christ]
32 5 Black women's volume
32 6 Buthelezi, Gatsha
32 7 Caribbean Unity Conference, April 1972
32 8 Carver Research Foundation
32 9 Center for Afro-American and African Studies
32 10 Central United Church of Christ
32 11 Chapman, Father Robert C.
32 12 Cheek, Donald K.
32 13 City College of New York
32 14 Coalition of Concerned Black Americans
32 15 Columbia University (New York City): The Urban University
32 16 The Community Radio Workshop, Inc.
32 17 Congress of African Peoples
32 18 Conscientious Objectors
32 19 Council of Black Independent Institutions
Crim, Alonzo: see Atlanta Public Schools
32 20 The Cromwell Academy
32 21 Cumberland (Kentucky) landslides
33 1 Death Penalty
33 2 Diggs, Charles
33 3 Dillard University
33 4 Eastern Michigan University
33 5 Education and Teacher Education for Cultural Pluralism, Conference
33 6 Emergency Nationwide Moratorium
33 7 Exodus, Inc.
33 8 Fisk University
33 9 Ford Foundation
33 10 Georgia Council on Human Relations
33 11 Grant proposals
33 12 The Guardians
33 13 Guinea Bissau
33 14 Harlem
33 15 Highlander Research and Education Center
33 16 History in Education
33 17 Howard University
33 18 Institute for Southern Studies
33 19 Institute for the Study of History, Life, and Culture of Black People, conference, Jackson State College (Mississippi), 17-20 February 1971
33 20 Institute of American History
33 21 Integration of Schools
33 22 Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization
33 23 Islam
34 1 Joint Center for Political Studies
34 2 Jones, Theodore
34 3 Koinonia Partners
34 4 Kuumba
34 5 League of Nations
34 6 Lewis, Christian J.
34 7 The Lutuli Memorial Foundation
34 8 MARTA [Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority]
34 9 Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Social Change
34 10 Massachusetts Achievement Trainers, Incorporated
34 11 Medgar Evers Fund, Inc.
34 12 Metropolitan Urban Service Training Facility
34 13 Ministries to Blacks in Higher Education
34 14 National Association of Black Social Workers
34 15 National Association of Black Students
34 16 National Association for African American Education
34 17 National Association of Black Urban and Ethnic Directors
34 18 National Black Caucus, "Preamble to the Black Declaration of Independence and the Black Bill of Rights"
35 1 National Black Political Convention, 1972 [1 of 2]
35 2 National Black Political Convention, 1972 [2 of 2]
35 3 National Black Political Convention, platform committee, 1972
35 4 National Black Sisters' Conference, 1972
35 5 National Black Theatre
35 6 National Center for Voluntary Action
35 7 National Committee of Black Churchmen, "Racism and the New Repression"
35 8 National Conference of Black Lawyers
35 9 National Conference of Friends on Race Relations
35 10 National Conference on Black Power
35 11 National Council of Negro Women, Inc.
35 12 National Council of the Churches of Christ
35 13 National Council to Repeal the Draft
35 14 National Institute of Education, 1973
35 15 National Program of Educational Leadership
35 16 New Brunswick Association for the Advancement of Colored People
35 17 New Communities, Inc.
36 1 Old Westbury (State University of New York)
36 2 Operation Freedom
36 3 Pan African Conference
36 4 Pan African Skills Project
36 5 Pan African Work Center
36 6 Postal Academy [1 of 2]
36 7 Postal Academy [2 of 2]
36 8 Press releases
36 9 Prisons see also Subject files: Black studies in prisons, correspondence
36 10 Race Relations Information Center
36 11 Research Institute of America
36 12 Resumes
36 13 Revolutionary Action Party, plan for organizing and goals
36 14 Rodney, Walter
36 15 Russell Sage Foundation
37 1 Shaw University
37 2 Sheppard, Jill, correspondence, see also Barbados
37 3 Social Circle (Georgia)
37 4 Society for Religion in Higher Education
37 5 South Africa
37 6 South African Students' Organisation
37 7 Southern Christian Leadership Conference
37 8 Southern Committee Against Repression
37 9 Southern Conference Educational Fund
37 10 Southern Education Foundation
37 11 Southern Education Program, Inc.
37 12 Southern Illinois University, Experiment in Higher Education
37 13 Southern Investigative Research Project
37 14 Special Committee for Development of Communication with Negro Colleges and Universities
37 15 Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee
37 16 Student Rights
37 17 Tuskegee Institute
37 18 Tuskegee Study, 1969
38 1 United Church of Christ, Commission for Racial Justice
38 2 University of Washington
38 3 The Urban Coalition
38 4 Urban Information Interpreters, Inc.
38 5 Venceremos Brigade
38 6 Vietnam [1 of 2]
38 7 Vietnam [2 of 2]
38 8 Wesleyan University (Middletown, Connecticut)
38 9 West Indies
38 10 West Indies, Universities and Colleges
38 11 West Indies Trip [1 of 2]
38 12 West Indies Trip [2 of 2]
38 13 Wooster School (Danbury, Connecticut)
38 14 World Council of Churches
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