Subseries 10.2
Citizenship Education Program records, 1957-1974
Boxes 542 - 570; OP12

Historical Note

Inspired by Septima Clark and Isau Jenkins's Highlander Experiment in Basic Adult Education program, the Citizenship Education Program (CEP) had its roots in the program initiated on John's Island, off the coast of Charleston, South Carolina. The program sought to address the issues of privation, illiteracy, and political intimidation plaguing John's Islands' predominately poor, black residents. When the Highlander Experiment's charter was suspended in Tennessee, SCLC decided to revamp the adult education program, thus CEP came into full fruition under the leadership of Clark and Andrew J. Young. The program eventually expanded and proliferated throughout the South. To support its mission, CEP developed a curriculum that would equip adult learners and educators to be more knowledgeable and engaged citizens within their communities. The curriculum included lessons in voter registration, consumer education, banking, local and national political issues, Negro history, and remedial reading and writing skills.

Scope and Content Note

The subseries consists of the records of SCLC's Citizenship Education Program (CEP) from 1957-1974. It includes the records of Septima Clark, Supervisor of Teacher Training, and Dorothy Cotton, Education Consultant and later Director of CEP. The records include CEP course materials, financial and other administrative records, and reports relating to programmatic activity. Septima Clark's files also contain a typescript draft of her autobiography, Echo in My Soul, as well as additional writings and speeches authored by Clark.

Cotton's material makes up the majority of the subseries and includes significant documentation of CEP participants and workshops held at the Dorchester Community Center in McIntosh, Georgia, and the Penn Community Center in Frogmore, South Carolina, among others. Also present are files relating to Cotton's involvement in civic and educational organizations such as the YWCA, National Education Association, and the Institute of the Black World. Within each woman's files, there are also records, such as correspondence and memoranda that document the leadership of former CEP directors Andrew J. Young and Robert Green. Finally, the subseries contains a significant cache of files documenting the work of individual teachers involved with CEP.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in alphabetical order.

Septima Poinsette Clark office files, 1958-1968
Box Folder Content
542 1 Adult Education Association of the U.S.A, 1961-1963
542 2 Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, 1960-1964
542 3 American Friends Service Committee, 1962-1965
542 4 "The Best Gift," undated
542 5 Biographical sketches and resumes, undated
542 6 "'The Citizenship School Idea," fragment, undated
542 7 Citizenship School Training Program, 1963-1964 [1 of 2]
542 8 Citizenship School Training Program, 1963-1964 [2 of 2]
542 9 Citizenship School Training Program, certificate of attendance, undated
542 10 Civil Rights Act of 1964
542 11 Clark, Septima Poinsette, biographical sketch, undated
542 12 Clark, Septima Poinsette, "Champions of Democracy," undated
542 13 Clark, Septima Poinsette, "Democracy in the South: Justice Department versus Officers of Winona, Mississippi," December 1963
542 14 Clark, Septima Poinsette, Echo in My Soul, typescript, March 14, 1962 [1 of 3]
542 15 Clark, Septima Poinsette, Echo in My Soul, typescript, March 14, 1962 [2 of 3]
542 16 Clark, Septima Poinsette, Echo in My Soul, typescript, March 14, 1962 [3 of 3]
542 17 Clark, Septima Poinsette, "Extension Work on the Sea Islands," January 1959
542 18 Clark, Septima Poinsette, "Literacy and Liberation," undated
542 19 Clark, Septima Poinsette, "Memoirs of Septima Clark," undated
542 20 Clark, Septima Poinsette, "The Negro Youth," 1967
542 21 Clark, Septima Poinsette, quotations, undated
542 22 Clark, Septima, Poinsette, "A Scholarly American Writer Passes," September 15, 1966
542 23 Clark, Septima Poinsette, "South Carolina: A New Sound in the Air," undated
542 24 Clark, Septima Poinsette, untitled writings, undated
542 25 Constitutional amendments, undated
543 1 Correspondence, undated
543 2 Correspondence, 1958- 1961
543 3 Correspondence, 1962
543 4 Correspondence, 1963 January-June
543 5 Correspondence, 1963 August-December
543 6 Correspondence, 1964 January-May
543 7 Correspondence, 1964 June-November
543 8 Correspondence, 1965 January-February
543 9 Correspondence, 1965 March-December
543 10 Correspondence, 1966-1970
543 11 Letter fragments, 1964
543 12 Council for Christian Social Action, 1964
543 13 Council on Human Relations, Georgia, 1962-1965
543 14 Council on Human Relations, North Carolina, 1962
543 15 Council on Human Relations, Pelham, New York, undated
543 16 Council on Human Relations, South Carolina, 1963-1964
544 1 Course material, assignments, undated
544 2 Course material, book and film listings, undated
544 3 Course material, instructions for teachers, undated
544 4 Course material, lesson plans, undated
544 5 Course material, voter registration and political education, undated
544 6 Dorchester Community Center, McIntosh, Georgia, 1963-1965
544 7 The Field Foundation, Inc., 1958-1965
544 8 Financial records, expense reports, 1960-1965
544 9 Financial records, expense reports for the Get Out the Vote Campaign, 1964-1965
544 10 Financial records, invoices and receipts, 1964-1966
544 11 Financial records, vouchers, 1968-1969
544 12 First Baptist Church, "Huge Freedom Rally," May 17, 1964
544 13 Gadsden Community Development Project, Gadsden, Alabama undated
544 14 Greenwood Voter Registration Office, undated
544 15 The Higher Education and American Missionary Association Division, Dillard University, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1963
544 16 Highlander Research and Education Center, Inc., Monteagle, Tennessee, 1957-1963
544 17 "The Improved Adult-Teacher Sunday School Quarterly of the A.M.E. Church," 1961
544 18 Interview, unidentified fragment, undated
544 19 The League of Women Voters, 1964
544 20 Letterhead, undated
544 21 Meeting minutes, 1964
544 22 Memoranda, 1963-1965
544 23 Mississippi Freedom School, 1964
544 24 Montgomery Improvement Association, 1959-1960
544 25 Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church, missionary program, 1965
544 26 Nashville Community Relations Council, Nashville, Tennessee, 1963
544 27 National Alliance of Postal Employees and Women's Auxiliary meeting, 17th annual, Charleston, South Carolina, 1964
544 28 Notes, undated
544 29 P.A.C. of Charleston County, South Carolina, January 26, 1966
544 30 Peace Corps (U.S.), 1961
544 31 "Pictorial Guide to Georgia [and] Alabama," 1963
544 32 "Profiles of 20th Century Negro Women in the United States and Canada," undated
544 33 Personnel, job descriptions, undated
544 34 Personnel, SCLC policies, undated
544 35 Personnel, work performance review (blank), undated
545 1 Proposal for 1965-1970
545 2 Reports, undated
545 3 Reports, 1959-1963
545 4 Reports, 1964-1966
545 5 "Report of Committee on Housing," undated
545 6 Rosa Parks Tribute Dinner, 1965
545 7 SCLC Program Areas
545 8 Schedules, 1968
545 9 School Desegregation Task Force, 1965-1966
545 10 "Statement" and "Philosophy of the Movement," undated
545 11 Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, undated
545 12 "Success of SCLC Citizenship School Seen in 50,000 New Registered Voters," Southern Christian Leadership Conference Newsletter, September, 1963
545 13 "A Summary of the Citizenship Education Program," undated
545 14 Teachers list, Alabama and Mississippi, undated
545 15 The United Council of Church Women, 10th assembly, Kansas City, Missouri, October 5-9, 1964
545 16 Vietnam War, 1968
545 17 "Workers Wanted!! Space Needed!! for Continuing Education," undated
545 18 Workshop and training schedules, 1961-1966
545 20 Writings by others, undated
545 21 Writings by others, 1959-1964
545 19 Writings, unidentified, undated
Dorothy Cotton correspondence, 1962-1974
546 1 Undated
546 2 Fragments, 1967-1969
546 3 1962-1965
546 4 1966
546 5 1967 January-April
546 6 1967 May-August
546 7 1967 September-October
546 8 1967 November-December
546 9 1968 January-February
546 10 1968 March-May
547 1 1968 June-September
547 2 1968 October-December
547 3 1969 January-March
547 4 1969 April-June
547 5 1969 July-September
547 6 1969 October
547 7 1969 November-December
547 8 1970 January-February
547 9 1970 March-April
548 1 1970 May-August
548 2 1970 September-November
548 3 1971
548 4 1972 January-April
548 5 1972 May-November
548 6 1973 January-May
548 7 1973 July-November
548 8 1974
Dorothy Cotton office files, 1957-1974
549 1 Adult Education Project, 1967
549 2 Advisory Council for the Institute of Nonviolent Social Change, 1971-1972
549 3 African ambassadors to the United Nations, 1969
549 4 African American contributions to culture, undated
549 5 "African Missions in Washington, D.C.," undated
549 6 Aid programs, Georgia, circa 1960s
549 7 Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights, 1963
549 8 Alabama Council on Human Relations, 1969
549 9 All-Citizens Registration Committee, Atlanta, Georgia, 1969
549 10 American Civil Liberties Union, 1971-1973
549 11 Appalachian Volunteers, undated
549 12 Applications for teacher training, 1966-1969
549 13 Appointment book, 1972
549 14 Atlanta Public Schools, undated
549 15 "Attendance at Precinct Meetings is Key to Political Participation," undated
549 16 Austin, Ernest, 1969-1970
549 17 Banquet programs, Citizenship Education Program, 1965-1969
549 18 Bascom, John, 1969-1973
550 1 Bevel, James, 1969
550 2 Biographical sketches and resumes, undated
550 3 The Black Educators Council for Human Services, undated
550 4 Black student "push outs," 1972
550 5 "Black-White Syndrome in America," unidentified notes, undated
550 6 Birmingham Labor Organizing Project, undated
550 7 Brochures, drafts, Citizenship Education Program, undated
550 8 Brochures, drafts, Southern Christian Leadership Conference, undated
550 9 "Buying Power Proposal," undated
550 10 By-Laws of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, undated
550 11 Canning, Karen, 1969-1970
550 12 The Catholic Hour, "Sing Freedom!," October 1968
550 13 Cato, David, 1969
550 14 The Center for National Policy Review, 1973
550 15 The Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, 1969
550 16 The Chicago Freedom Movement, 1966-1967
550 17 Chavez, Cesar, undated
550 18 Citizenship Education Club, undated
550 19 Citizenship Education Program contacts, undated
550 20 Citizenship Education Program Information Newsletter, 1967-1968
550 21 Citizenship Education Program, Mississippi, undated
550 22 Citizenship Education Program, Savannah, Georgia undated
550 23 "Citizenship Education Program for Rural Counties," survey sheets, undated
550 24 Citizenship School questionnaire, 1965-1966
550 25 Citizenship School teachers, 1965-1967
550 26 Citizenship School workbook, undated
550 27 Clark, Elmerie, 1969
550 28 Collier, E., "That Old True Story," undated
550 29 Conference proceedings, "Research Conference on Racial Desegregation and Integration in Education" and "Invitational Conference on Social Change and the Role of Behavioral Scientists," 1965-1966
550 30 Congressional district numbers, Georgia, 1965, 1969
550 31 Common Cause Stop the War Campaign, 1971
550 32 Community Relations Commission, Adamsville Community, Atlanta, Georgia 1970
551 1 Consumer education, 1965-1970
551 2 Cooperatives-Community Builders, 1968
551 3 Cotton, Dorothy, biographical sketch and business card, undated
551 4 Cotton, Dorothy, "A Happening in Mississippi," Soul Force, undated
551 5 Cotton, Dorothy, "The Mississippi Elections," Soul Force, November, 1971
551 6 Cotton, Dorothy, "An Open Letter to 'Brother King'," Soul Force, undated
551 7 Cotton, Dorothy, "The Peace Movement in Vietnam," Freedomways, August 1970
551 8 Cotton, Dorothy, "Southern Christian Leadership Conference Position Paper on Education," with Robert L. Green, Edward Johnson, Rhody McCoy, M. Lee Montgomery, undated
551 9 Cotton, Dorothy, speeches, circa 1970s
551 10 Cotton, Dorothy, trip to India, 1968
551 11 Course material, assignments, undated
551 12 Course material, book and film listings, undated
551 13 Course material, instructions for teachers, undated
551 14 Course material, lesson plans, undated
551 15 Course material, voting and political education, undated
551 16 Crawfordville Enterprises, board of directors, undated
551 17 Crawfordville Enterprises, personnel policies and procedures, undated
551 18 "Curriculum Guide to Adult Basic Education," 1966
551 19 Daily program log, 1968-1969
551 20 Dallas County Progressive Movement for Human Rights, Selma, Alabama, 1968
551 21 Decide 74': Conference on Budget Priorities, circa 1974
551 22 Democratic Party of Georgia, 1972
552 1 Department of Voter Registration and Political Education, 1969-1970
552 2 Deputy Registrar of Voters Instruction Manual, Fulton County, Georgia, undated
552 3 Division of Higher Education and the American Missionary Association, 1967-1968
552 4 Dorchester Community Center, McIntosh, Georgia, 1965-1969
552 5 Du Bois, Rachel, 1968-1973
552 6 Eastern Airlines, 1969
552 7 Education, elementary and secondary, 1971-1972
552 8 Educational Foundation of the National Council of Negro Women, Inc., undated
552 9 Emma Armour et al. v. Superintendent and the State Board of Education of Georgia and its Duly Appointed Members et al., undated
552 10 Extension Program: John's Island and Charleston, South Carolina, undated
552 11 "Fact Sheet on President Nixon's Economic Policies," undated
552 12 Farris, Carl E., 1967-1970 [1 of 2]
552 13 Farris, Carl E., 1967-1970 [2 of 2]
552 14 Featherston, Al, 1969-1970
552 15 Federation of Southern Cooperatives, meeting, Greenwood, Alabama, November, 1973
552 16 Financial records, budget proposals, 1965-1969
552 17 Financial records, checks sent to participants for workshops, 1969-1970
552 18 Financial records, disbursements, 1965-1967
552 19 Financial records, Eastern Air Lines, Incorporated, 1969
553 1 Financial records, expense vouchers, 1969
553 2 Financial records, expense vouchers, 1970
553 3 Financial records, fund raising, 1967-1972
553 4 Financial records, monthly expenditures and requests, 1966-1970
553 5 Financial records, receipts and invoices, 1966-1972
553 6 Financial records, request and authorization for travel, 1966-1967
553 7 Financial records, Robert Green, 1964-1966
553 8 Financial records, transportation reimbursements, 1968-1969
553 9 Florence, South Carolina, 1968
553 10 Foundation for Change, undated
553 11 Foundations, 1967
553 12 "Freedom," undated
553 13 Freedom Development Corporation, undated
553 14 "Freedom is a Grand and Beautiful Thing: Majestic Anthem to Freedom," undated
553 15 Free Southern Theater, 1969
554 1 Friends Center, New York, 1969
554 2 Frinks, Golden, 1969
554 3 Georgia Conference on the Quality of Life, February 16-18, 1973
554 4 Georgia Council on Human Relations, 1965-1966
554 5 Georgia poll instructions, 1966
554 6 Georgia Teachers and Education Association, undated
554 7 Georgia Voters League, 1967-1968
554 8 Gomez, Pamela, 1967-1968
554 9 The Grassroots Craftsmen Cooperative, Breathitt and Wolfe Counties, Kentucky undated
554 10 Green, Robert L., 1965-1969
554 11 Gulf Boycott Coalition, 1973
554 12 Gulfport disaster area, Mississippi, 1969
554 13 Halifax Area Council on Human Relations, Florida, 1969
554 14 Higher Education Guidelines, Executive Order 11246, 1972
554 15 Highlander Research and Education Center, Monteagle, Tennessee, 1966-1973
554 16 "History of Citizenship Education Program," undated
554 17 Humanizing High School Group, 1972
554 18 "An Innovative Educational System for the Atlanta Region," undated
554 19 Institute of the Black World, 1969
554 20 Institute of the Black World, 1970-1974
554 21 The Interim newsletter, Plymouth Union, Vermont, 1969
554 22 International Defense and Aid Fund for Southern Africa, 1970-1972
554 23 International Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1971
554 24 International Peace Academy, 1970-1972
554 25 Jackson, Thelma and Gerri Major, flight schedule, undated
555 1 Jackson, Jesse, circa 1969
555 2 Johns, R. Elizabeth, "Refinement by Fire," undated
555 3 Johnson, Baziel "Peter," 1968-1969
555 4 Johnson, B.J., 1966-1967
555 5 Kilgore, Jini, 1968-1969
555 6 King: A Filmed Record...Montgomery to Memphis, 1970
555 7 Lee, Bernard, 1970
555 8 Li, Mew-Soong, undated
555 9 Literacy Action Foundation, Inc., 1968-1973
555 10 Louisiana SCLC Program, 1969
555 11 Mail logs, 1969 February-June
555 12 Mail logs, 1969 October
555 13 Mail logs, 1969 November-December
555 14 Mail logs, 1970 January-May
555 15 Mail logs, 1970 June-October
555 16 Mailing lists, 1969
OP12 - Maps of targeted counties, undated
555 17 Martinez, Leo, 1969-1970
555 18 The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, 1968-1972
555 19 Martin Luther King Speaks, 1969 [See also Series 11: Martin Luther King Speaks records Martin Luther King Speaks records
555 20 Martin Luther King Village, Charleston, South Carolina, undated
556 1 Mass Media Ministries, 1970
556 2 Medical Committee for Human Rights, undated
556 3 Meeting minutes, 1965-1970
556 4 Memoranda, 1963-1968
556 5 Memoranda, 1969-1971
556 6 Mississippi Delta Ministry, 1966
556 7 Mutual Real Estate Investment Trust, 1969
556 8 NAACP Holiday Seal Campaign, 1968
556 9 NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund, Institute, New York City, 1972
556 10 National Academy of Peace, 1972
556 11 National Center for Educational Statistics, undated
556 12 National Committee of Clergymen and Laymen Concerned about Vietnam, 1967-1970
556 13 The National Conference of Christians and Jews, Inc., 1972-1973
556 14 National Conference on Corporal Punishment in the Schools, 1972
556 15 National Convention, 6th annual, 1962
556 16 National Convention, 8th annual, 1964
556 17 National Convention, 9th annual, 1965
556 18 National Convention, 10th annual, 1966
556 19 National Convention, 11th annual, 1968
556 20 National Convention, 13th annual, 1970
556 21 National Council of the Churches of Christ, 1969
556 22 National Days of Commemoration and Confrontation, 1969
556 23 National Council of Negro Women, 1971
556 24 National Delegate Selection for the Democratic Party of Georgia, 1971-1972
557 1 National Education Association, 1962-1966
557 2 National Education Association, 1967-1968
557 3 National Education Association, 1969-1972
557 4 National Education Association, 1973
557 5 National Education Association, NTL Institute for Applied Behavioral Science, 1970
557 6 National Organization for Women (NOW), Atlanta, Georgia Chapter, 1971
557 7 National Urban League, 1969-1970
557 8 National Women's Political Caucus, 1971
557 9 Negro News Press, October 1969
557 10 Negro Theatre Workshop, The Dark Disciple, undated
557 11 Neighborhood Organized Workers, 1969
557 12 New Careers Training Laboratory, 1970-1971
557 13 Notes, undated [1 of 2]
558 1 Notes, undated [2 of 2]
558 2 The Office of Economic Opportunity, 1965-1969
558 3 Ozarks Bi-Cultural Center, Missouri, 1969
558 4 "Part III: A Workshop for Volunteer Teachers in the Citizenship Education Programs of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference," 1965
558 5 Peace Corps (U.S.), New Delhi, India, 1969
558 6 Penn Community Services, Inc., 1966-1972
558 7 Pennsylvania Black Observer, 1974
558 8 Personnel, insurance policy information, 1967
558 9 Personnel, job and program descriptions, undated
558 10 Personnel, memoranda, undated
558 11 Personnel, SCLC staff assignments, 1967
558 12 Personnel, SCLC staff rosters, 1967-1968
558 13 Personnel, staff telephone extensions, undated
558 14 Personnel, suggested reading list for SCLC staff, January 1968
558 15 Philadelphia Christian Leadership Conference, undated
558 16 "The Philosophy of Nonviolence and the Tactics of Nonviolent Resistance," undated
558 17 "A Plan for the Institute on Nonviolent Social Change," circa 1970
558 18 Ponder, Annell, 1963-1969
558 19 Prince Edward County, Virginia, undated
558 20 Problems in schools, 1972
558 21 "Program Activities and Eligibility Requirements for Each Title," undated
558 22 A Program of Education in the Philosophy and Program of Non-Violence, 1967
558 23 "A Proposal," October 1970
559 1 "Proposal for the Citizenship Education Program of the United Church Board for Homeland Ministries and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference," circa, 1960s
559 2 Proposal to establish an Atlanta black community cultural center, 1969
559 3 Proposals, Citizenship Education Program, 1965-1970
559 4 Proposals, Citizenship Education Program Workshops on College Campuses, undated
559 5 Proposals, "Citizenship School Training Program," undated
559 6 "Prospectus on Voter Registration, April-September 1963"
559 7 Quitman County Youth Convention, Mississippi, September 1970
559 8 "Readings for Macro Nonviolent Analysis of American Political Economy and Social Change," undated
559 9 Reports, annual, 1963-1968
559 10 Reports, "Black Student 'Push-outs,'" 1972
559 11 Reports, Citizenship Education Programs, 1962-1971
559 12 Reports, Citizenship Schools, 1961-1970
559 13 Reports, Citizenship School attendance, undated
559 14 Reports, Citizenship School monthly attendance and record sheets, 1969-1970
559 15 Reports, Citizenship School teachers by counties, 1964-1968
559 16 Reports, convention recruitment, June 26, 1967
559 17 Reports, field supervisors, 1962-1967
559 18 Reports, local and district supervisors, 1970
559 19 Reports, office inventory, 1969
559 20 Reports, semi-annual, 1962-1968
559 21 Reports, statistical, 1957-1964
559 22 Reports, statistical, 1965-1969
560 1 Reports, "Students in attendance at the Citizenship Education Program workshop," 1966
560 2 Reports, survey sheets for Citizenship Education Program for rural counties, undated [1 of 2]
560 3 Reports, survey sheets for Citizenship Education Program for rural counties, undated [2 of 2]
560 4 Reports, training workshops, 1961-1969
560 5 Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Memorial Scholarship, 1969
560 6 "The Ridgeville Story," October 29, 1969
560 7 Robinson, Bernice, 1966-1968
560 8 Robinson, Bernice, 1969-1970
560 9 Saint John's Center, undated
560 10 Scholarship, Education and Defense Fund for Racial Equality, Inc., 1967-1968
560 11 Scholarships and student aid, circa 1960s
560 12 The School Desegregation Institute, 1971-1972
561 1 SCLC field staff retreat, May 8-12, 1966
561 2 "Send a Deserving Child to Camp this Summer" project, 1972
561 3 Sign, Citizenship Education Program, undated
561 4 South Carolina congressional districts, 1969
561 5 Southern Christian Leadership Conference Housing Development Corporation, undated
561 6 Southern Conference Educational Fund (SCEF), 1969-1972
561 7 The Southern Poverty Law Center, undated
561 8 Southern Rural Research Project, 1967
561 9 Southwest Georgia Voter Registration Coalition Committee, undated
561 10 Staff retreat, October 1965
561 11 "Statement by the Presbytery of Union," May 7, 1963
561 12 State-Wide Black Leadership Coalition, 1970
561 13 Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, 1964-1967
561 14 Study Commission on Undergraduate Education and the Education of Teachers, March 1973
561 15 Summer Community Organization and Political Education (SCOPE), 1965
561 16 Support a Worker Program, undated
561 17 Technical Research and Innovation Corporation (TRAIN), Atlanta, Georgia, 1971-1872
561 18 "Tokyo Meeting for Denunciation of Nixon's War Crimes and Complicity of the Japanese Government and Big Business in the U.S. War of Aggression in Indo-China," July 8-9, 1972
561 19 Total Community Development Program, 1971-1972
561 20 "A Training Proposal for the Grassroots Craftsmen Cooperative," undated
561 21 Travel itineraries, 1969-1970
561 22 Travel schedule, undated
561 23 Tribute to Septima Clark, 1970
562 1 Unidentified articles, 1964-1966
562 2 Union Graduate School evaluations, circa 1971
562 3 United Church of Christ, 1966-1969
562 4 United Church of Christ, 1970-1974
562 5 University of Alabama Examination Book, undated
562 6 University of North Carolina at Charlotte Black Studies Program, 1971
562 7 U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, 1965-1966
562 8 U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1965-1973
562 9 U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Emergency School Aid Program, 1971-1973
562 10 U.S. National Student Association, 1969
562 11 Vietnam, circa 1960s
562 12 Vietnam War, 1970
563 1 VISTA Volunteers, Louisiana, 1969
563 2 Violence in high schools in the Atlanta area, student questionnaires, 1971
563 3 Voter Education Project, 1965-1967
563 4 Voter Education Project, 1968-1972
563 5 Walker, Wyatt Tee, 1965
563 6 War Against Repression, 1971
563 7 Waters, Edward E., 1969
563 8 Welfare Priority Team, 1970
563 9 White House Conference, "To Fulfill These Rights," June 2, 1966
563 10 Wilcox County Anti-Poverty Program, 1967
563 11 Williams, Lula, 1968-1969
563 12 Women's Education for Delegate Selection, undated
563 13 Workshop, 1965
563 14 Workshop, June 24-28, 1968
563 15 Workshop, Beaufort, South Carolina, August 19-23, 1968
563 16 Workshop, Crawfordville Enterprises Board of Directors, July 18-20, 1969
563 17 Workshop, Dorchester Community Center, McIntosh, Georgia, February 13-17, 1967
564 1 Workshop, Dorchester Community Center, McIntosh, Georgia, March 1967
564 2 Workshop, Dorchester Community Center, McIntosh, Georgia, June 19-23, 1967
564 3 Workshop, Dorchester Community Center, McIntosh, Georgia, February 26-March 1, 1968
564 4 Workshop, Dorchester Community Center, McIntosh, Georgia, March 17-21, 1969
564 5 Workshop, Dorchester Community Center, McIntosh, Georgia, August 18-22, 1969
564 6 Workshop, Edwards, Mississippi, October 21-24, 1969
564 7 Workshop, Leadership Training, 1969
564 8 Workshop, Penn Community Center, Frogmore, South Carolina, December 5-9, 1966
564 9 Workshop, Penn Community Center, Frogmore, South Carolina, June 16-20, 1969
564 10 Workshop, Penn Community Center, Frogmore, South Carolina, December 3-4, 1969
564 11 Workshop, "Reading Seminar," October 20-23
564 12 Workshop, "Refresher," Frogmore, South Carolina, October 20-22, 1967
564 13 Workshop, "South Carolina," Dorchester Community Center, McIntosh, Georgia, January 22-26, 1968
564 14 Workshop, "Special," Dorchester Community Center, McIntosh, Georgia, July 31-August 4, 1967
564 15 Workshop, "Special" on Political Education and Operation Breadbasket, South Carolina, October 1969
564 16 Workshop, "Special," South Carolina, January, 1967
564 17 Workshop, Sylvania, Georgia, April 1970
564 18 Workshop consultant, 1968
564 19 Workshop participants, undated
565 1 Workshop participants, 1961-1963
565 2 Workshop participants, 1965 January-June
565 3 Workshop participants, 1965 August-December
565 4 Workshop participants, 1966-1967
565 5 Workshop participants, 1968-1970
565 6 Workshop participants, index cards, 1962-1969
565 7 Workshop and training schedule, 1966-1969
565 8 Writings, fragments, undated
565 9 Writings by others, undated [1 of 2]
565 10 Writings by others, undated [2 of 2]
565 11 Yazoo County Voters League, 1970
565 12 Young, Andrew, 1963-1966
565 13 The Youth Franchise Coalition, 1970
565 14 YWCA, 1973
566 1 YWCA, Atlanta, Georgia 1972-1973
Teacher's records, 1965-1970
566 2 Anderson, Helen, 1968-1970
566 3 Baker, Thelma, 1969
566 4 Battles, Shirley, 1969-1970
566 5 Bethea, Sarah, 1969-1970
566 6 Brown, Carrie J., 1970
566 7 Burch, James, 1969-1970
566 8 Burnett, Martha, 1970
566 9 Caldwell, Ethel C., 1969-1970
566 10 Calloway, Bennie, 1969-1970
566 11 Charley, Daisy, 1969
566 12 Charley, Evelyn, 1969
566 13 Charley, Marie, 1969
566 14 Charley, Samuel L., 1969
566 15 Charley, Velma L., 1969
566 16 Cheek, J.T., 1969
566 17 Chip, Luna Mae, 1969
566 18 Clark, Rosa Lee, 1969-1970
566 19 Coleman, L.C., 1970
566 20 Conley, Blondell, 1969-1970
566 21 Cunningham, Marthsulliza, 1969-1970
566 22 Dampier, Helen, 1969-1970
566 23 Daniel, Eva, 1970
566 24 Davenport, Queen E., 1969-1970
566 25 Davis, Mazie V., 1969-1970
566 26 Dawson, Charlotte, 1969-1970
567 1 Dawson, Mable, 1969
567 2 Dillard, Adele, 1969
567 3 Duncan, Lottie, 1969-1970
567 4 Ellis, Inez M., 1969
567 5 Epps, Marie, 1969-1970
567 6 Flowers, George, 1969-1970
567 7 Fowler, Johnnie C., 1969-1970
567 8 Frazier, Eufala, 1969-1970
567 9 Fuller, Lucille, 1969-1970
567 10 Gadsden, Rhoda, 1969-1970
567 11 Garvin, Florence, 1969
567 12 Goggins, Annie, 1969-1970
567 13 Graham, Adlena, 1969-1970
567 14 Grant, Bertha, 1969
567 15 Gray, Victoria, 1968-1969
567 16 Green, Bernice J., 1969-1970
567 17 Hardeman, Virginia, 1969
567 18 Harris, Thomas, 1969-1970
567 19 Harvin, Josefina B., 1969-1970
567 20 Harries, Willie Mae, 1969-1970
567 21 Heidt, Louise, 1969-1970
567 22 Hicks, Emma, 1969
567 23 Hill, Emma, 1969
567 24 Holifield, Susan, 1969
567 25 Hollie, Ceola, 1969-1970
567 26 Holloway, Eddie Lee, 1969-1970
568 1 Holmes, Naniva, 1969-1970
568 2 Hurst, Creola, 1969
568 3 Ivory, Emma, 1968-1969
568 4 Jackson, Leonia, 1969
568 5 Jackson, Melvin, 1969
568 6 Jackson, Robert 1969-1970
568 7 James, Pearlee, 1969
568 8 Jenkens, Rebecca, 1969-1970
568 9 Johnson, Cora Lee, 1969-1970
568 10 Jones, Bernice, 1969
568 11 Jones, M.A. Snowden, 1969-1970
568 12 Judson, Flora Ann, 1969
568 13 Kennedy, Dophenia, 1969
568 14 Kennedy, Ophelia, 1969
568 15 Kennedy, Roxie, 1969
568 16 King, St. Peter, 1969
568 17 Kinnette, Ken, 1969
568 18 Knight, Josephine, 1969
568 19 Knight, Mary L., 1969
568 20 Knight, Mary M., 1969
568 21 Knight, Shade, 1969
568 22 Lee, Edna C., 1969
568 23 Letcher, Arbordella, 1969
568 24 Martinez, Leo, 1969
568 25 Martinez, Leo, 1970 [1 of 3]
568 26 Martinez, Leo, 1970 [2 of 3]
568 27 Martinez, Leo, 1970 [3 of 3]
569 1 Mack, Benjamin J., 1969
569 2 Magnum, Carrie, 1969-1970
569 3 Mallard, Ruth, 1969-1970
569 4 Manning, Carolyn, 1969-1970
569 5 McConnell, Pinkie, 1969
569 6 McLemore, Rose Ann, 1969
569 7 McNeal, Annie, 1969-1970
569 8 Merkerson, Ladelle, 1969
569 9 Middleton, Alma, 1969-1970
569 10 Moore, Annette, 1969-1970
569 11 Nixon, L.C., 1969
569 12 Norward, D. J., 1969-1970
569 13 Oliver, Gertrude, 1969-1970
569 14 Orr, Lillie Mae, 1969-1970
569 15 Petties, Sallie, 1969-1970
569 16 Pittman, Grace, 1969
569 17 Reed, Vennie, 1969-1970
569 18 Robinson, Leila, 1969
569 19 Robinson, Rosa, 1969-1970
569 20 Ruffin, Susie, 1969
569 21 Salley, Gracie B., 1969-1970
569 22 Saulsberry, Nellie, 1969
569 23 Sellers, Lucille, 1969-1970
569 24 Sellers, Nettie B., 1969-1970
569 25 Shine, Ella, 1969
569 26 Simmons, Martha P., 1969-1970
569 27 Swindler, Mattie, 1969-1970
569 28 Thompson, Esther, 1969-1970
570 1 Thompson, Johnny B., 1970
570 2 Turner, C.B.M., 1969-1970
570 3 Walker, Fannie, 1968-1969
570 4 Walker, Shirley, 1969-1970
570 5 Wesley, Hooper, 1969
570 6 Wicker, Andrew, 1969-1970
570 7 Wiggins, Neomia, 1969-1970
570 8 Williams, Alberta, 1969-1970
570 9 Williams, Hope, 1969-1970
570 10 Williams, Imogene B., 1969
570 11 Williams, Prophet N., 1969
570 12 Wilson, Lillian, 1969-1970
570 13 Wilson, Susie, 1969-1970
570 14 List of CEP teachers, Mississippi, 1965-1967
570 15 List of CEP teachers, South Carolina, circa 1970
570 16 List of teachers paid, 1965
570 17 List of teachers paid, 1966
570 18 List of teachers paid, 1967
570 19 List of teachers paid, 1968
570 20 List of teachers paid, 1969
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