Subseries 17.1
Printed material by SCLC, 1959-2005
Boxes 795 - 818; OP15 - 64 and 88 - 89

Scope and Content Note

The subseries consists of printed material created by SCLC from 1959-2005 to advertise individual programs and events, and to promote the larger organization. Materials consist of promotional items created and printed by SCLC, including fliers, programs, information packets, newsletters, brochures, posters, and invitations. Also included are creative works published by members of SCLC, but not necessarily printed by the organization. Materials document iconic programs from the 1960s such as the Citizenship Education Program, Operation Breadbasket, Poor People's Campaign I and II, and Resurrection City.

Printed material from the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s showcase SCLC's expanding mission and documents the organization's involvement in foreign affairs, anti-drug and anti-violence initiatives, and health care reform. Included are materials promoting protests of South African apartheid, including boycotts against companies, such as Winn Dixie super markets and the Southern Company, who did business in the country. A major strength of the subseries is promotional materials from the 1990s that reveal a revitalized effort to assuage the struggles of inner-city communities, including the Stop the Killing, End the Violence program, Wings of Hope Anti-Drug Program, and the Call to Manhood and Call to Womanhood programs. The subseries also contains extensive material from SCLC national conventions that include promotional fliers and posters, souvenir programs and information packets, and programs from special sessions (notably missing are conventions 1-5 and 7).

Also of note are the promotional materials of individual chapters and affiliates of the SCLC which include programs from state conventions and conferences, chapter newsletters, and event fliers. Of particular interest are the Metro Atlanta chapter headed by Hosea Williams, the Alabama state unit, and the Chicago chapter.

Finally, the subseries includes published writings of some key SCLC figures, including Martin Luther King, Jr., Ralph David Abernathy, Joseph E. Lowery, and Andrew Young. Materials range from reprints of interviews and articles published in journals and magazines, to brochures printed and distributed by SCLC featuring speeches or statements from leaders of the organization. Promotional materials documenting speaking engagements of SCLC leaders outside of their roles as members of SCLC, created and distributed by third party organizations, can be found in Subseries 17.2: Printed material by others.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in alphabetical and chronological order.

Programs and events
Box Folder Content
795 1 "100th anniversary of Plessy v. Ferguson and 42nd anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education," 1996 Brown v. Board of Education," 1996
795 2 1000 Black Males Summit, undated
795 3 1000 Youth Empowerment Summit, 1991
795 4 1964 Civil Rights Act, 20th anniversary mobilization, 1984
795 5 1964 Civil Rights Act, 25th anniversary mobilization, 1989
795 6 Action for Democracy, 1963
795 7 Advocates for the Disabled community hearing, 1990
795 8 Affirmative Action, circa 1995
795 9 Alabama voting rights, 1966
795 10 Alcohol, Drugs, AIDS, and Mental Health Coalition program, 2002
795 11 Anti-drug campaigns, circa 1989-1997
795 12 Anti-drug campaigns, Killer Krack Koke, 1989
795 13 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., undated
795 14 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 1968
795 15 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 1st anniversary, 1969
795 16 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 2nd anniversary, 1970
795 17 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 15th anniversary, 1983
795 18 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 16th anniversary, 1984
795 19 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 17th anniversary, 1985
OP15 - Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 17th anniversary, poster, 1985
795 20 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 18th anniversary, 1986
OP16 - Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 18th anniversary, poster, 1986
795 21 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 19th anniversary, 1987
795 22 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 20th anniversary, 1988
795 23 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 21st anniversary, 1989
795 24 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 22nd anniversary, 1990
795 25 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 23rd anniversary, 1991
795 26 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 24th anniversary, 1992
795 27 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 25th anniversary, 1993
795 28 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 27th anniversary, 1995
795 29 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 28th anniversary, 1996
795 30 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 29th anniversary, 1997
795 31 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 30th anniversary, 1998
795 32 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 31st anniversary, 1999
795 33 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 32nd anniversary, 2000
795 34 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 33rd anniversary, 2001
795 35 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 34thanniversary, 2002
795 36 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 36th anniversary, 2004
795 37 AT&T discrimination hearing, 1994
795 38 Birmingham Labor Organizing Project, 1972
795 39 Birthday observances for Martin Luther King, Jr., undated
795 40 Birthday observances for Martin Luther King, Jr., 1969-1974
795 41 Birthday observances for Martin Luther King, Jr., 1980-1989
OP17 - Birthday observances for Martin Luther King, Jr., poster, 1986
795 42 Birthday observances for Martin Luther King, Jr., 1990-1999
OP18 - Birthday observances for Martin Luther King, Jr., calendar poster, 1995
795 43 Birthday observances for Martin Luther King, Jr., 2005
796 1 Black Culture Night on the riverboat President, 1981
796 2 Black Leadership Forum, 1994-1996
796 3 Black Rose Ball, 1991
796 4 "Black Voting Rights: The Fight for Equality," exhibit, Museum for American Political Life, 1985
OP88 - "Black Voting Rights: The Fight for Equality," exhibit, Museum for American Political Life, 1985
796 5 Board of Directors annual spring luncheon, 1996
796 6 Board of Directors mass rally celebration, 1987
796 7 Board of Directors meeting, spring, 1973
796 8 Board of Directors meeting, spring, 1981
796 9 Board of Directors meeting, spring, 1984
796 10 Board of Directors meeting, spring, 1988
796 11 Board of Directors meeting, spring, 1989
796 12 Board of Directors meeting, spring, 1990
796 13 Board of Directors meeting, spring, 1991 [1 of 2]
796 14 Board of Directors meeting, spring, 1991 [2 of 2]
796 15 Board of Directors meeting, spring, 1992
796 16 Board of Directors meeting, spring, 1993
796 17 Board of Directors meeting, spring, 1994
796 18 Board of Directors meeting, spring, 1996
796 19 Board of Directors meeting, spring, 1999
796 20 Board of Directors meeting, spring, 2003
796 21 Board/staff retreat, 1986
796 22 Bond, Julian, campaign to support his election to the Georgia House of Representatives, 1966
OP19 - Bond, Julian, campaign to support his election to the Georgia House of Representatives, posters, 1966
796 23 Bork, Robert, nomination to the US Supreme Court, 1987
796 24 Boycott against school racism, undated
796 25 Boycott, Church's Chicken, undated
796 26 Boycott, Daylight Stores, 1966
796 27 Boycott, Red and White Grocery, 1984
796 28 Boycott of the state of Alabama, 1965
797 1 Boycott, Winn Dixie, circa 1985
797 2 Bozeman, Maggie and Julia Wilder, "Protest Against Imprisonment of Maggie Bozeman and Julia Wilder," 1982
797 3 Buck and the Preacher benefit for SCLC, 1972
797 4 "Building a Future through Tomorrow's Leadership: A Regional Conference for High School Youth," Richmond, Virginia, April 1-2, 1988
797 5 Call to Manhood, 1993
797 6 Call to Manhood Pre-Father's Day Luncheon, 1994
797 7 Call to Manhood Recognition Dinner, 1995
797 8 The Career and Academic Achievement Program (C.A.A.P), undated
797 9 Celebrity Black History Quiz Bowl, 1998
797 10 Charleston, South Carolina hospital workers strike, 1969
797 11 Chicago Freedom Movement, newsletter, 1966
797 12 Christmas Eve worship, 1982
797 13 Citizens United for a Good Government rally, 1990
797 14 Citizenship Education awards program, 1995
797 15 Citizenship Education Program, circa 1966
797 16 Citizenship Education Program, newsletter, 1965-1968
797 17 "Citizenship School Workbook," circa 1965-1968
797 18 "City-Wide Coalition Council District 2," undated
797 19 City-Wide Freedom Rally, 1965
797 20 Clark, Septima Poinsette, "A Tribute to Septima Poinsette Clark," undated
797 21 The Coalition Against Fear and Intimidation, Forsyth County, Georgia, 1987
797 22 Coalition to Change the Georgia State Flag, circa 1994
797 23 Coalition to Save our Children, 1980
797 24 Coalition to Save the Poor, "Mass Rally to Protest Proposed Cuts in Domestic Social Programs when Jimmy Carters comes to Speak," 1979
797 25 Coalition to Save the Poor, "Poor People's Message to the President," 1979
797 26 "Commemoration Art Exhibition Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.," 1969
797 27 "Consultation: Beyond Rebuilding toward Reconciliation and Justice luncheon," 1996
797 28 "Consultation on Church Burning," 1996
797 29 "A Consultation on the Implications of Jonestown for the Black Church," 1979
797 30 Continental Walk for Disarmament and Social Justice, 1976
OP20 - Continental Walk for Disarmament and Social Justice, poster, 1976
797 31 "Countdown 2000: Setting the Black Youth Agenda," circa 1995
797 32 Crawfordville Enterprises, circa 1968
797 33 Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans, 1983-1984
797 34 Crusade for Citizenship, undated
797 35 Death Penalty Awareness Day, 1987
797 36 Death penalty opposition, circa 1990
798 1 Democratic National Convention, SCLC brunch,1988
798 2 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. International Freedom Games, 1969
798 3 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. International Freedom Games, 1971
798 4 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. International Freedom Games, 1972
798 5 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. International Freedom Games, 1980
798 6 "Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. invites you to join him on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land in November 1967," 1967
798 7 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Major League Baseball East-West All-Star Classic, 1970
798 8 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr NBA/ABA All-Star Basketball Classic," 1972
798 9 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Pro-Basketball All-Star Classic, 1968-1969
798 10 Economic Justice Coalition, 1988-1989
798 11 Emergency National Commission on Environmental Justice, St. James Parish, Louisiana, 1998
798 12 "An Evening with Belafonte," circa 1965
798 13 "An Evening with Louis Gosset, Jr.," 1990
798 14 "An Evening with Maya Angelou," benefit, 1998
798 15 Events co-sponsored with the American Cancer Society, 1987
798 16 Events co-sponsored with Amnesty International, 1987-1988
798 17 Events co-sponsored with Atlanta Coalition of Labor Union Women, 1983
798 18 Events co-sponsored with the Atlanta Committee on Latin America, undated
798 19 Events co-sponsored with Concerned Black Clergy of Metro Atlanta, Inc., undated
798 20 Events co-sponsored with the Georgia Black Leadership Conference, 1996
798 21 Events co-sponsored with the Kevyn Jones Defense Fund, 1987
798 22 Events co-sponsored with the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, 1970
798 23 Events co-sponsored with the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1996
798 24 Events co-sponsored with the National Coalition for the Homeless, undated
798 25 Families in Touch (F.I.T) Prison Family Connection, undated
798 26 Fannie Lou Hamer Convention, 1988
798 27 Fauntroy, Walter B., "A Reception Honoring SCLC Board Chairman Walter B. Fauntroy," 1981
798 28 Founder's Day, 1957-2004, Rededication and Consecration Observance, 2004
798 29 Free Mayor Eddie Carthan and the Tchula 7, 1982
798 30 Freedom Army, undated
798 31 Freedom Run, 1993-1997
798 32 Freedom Week in Jefferson County, undated
798 33 Freedom Fest '95, 1995
798 34 Freedom Fest '97, "Legal Do's and Don'ts" pamphlet, 1997
OP21 - Freedom Run, poster, 1993
798 35 Fundraising, undated
798 36 Fundraising benefits, 1974-1989
798 37 Garbage strike, Macon, Georgia, undated
OP22 - Garbage strike, Macon, Georgia, poster, undated
798 38 Georgia Empowerment Coalition, 1992
798 39 Georgia Legislative Black Caucus reception, 1990
798 40 "Georgians urge your State Representative to vote NO on the Concealed Weapons Bill," undated
798 41 Gospel rallies, 1983-1984
798 42 Grenada County (Mississippi) Freedom Movement, circa 1966
798 43 Growing Into Womanhood, 1996
798 44 Hankerson, Joseph L., Celebration of life for Mr. Joseph L. Hankerson (Big Lester), 1988
799 1 King: A Filmed Record...Montgomery to Memphis, 1970
OP23 - King, A.D., appearance sponsored by SCLC, poster, undated
799 2 King, Coretta Scott, freedom concerts, 1965-1967
799 3 "Lawmakers, Please consider carefully legislation requiring that 13 year old children be tried as adults," undated
799 4 "Legislative Reception Honoring Members of the 1990 Georgia General Assembly," 1990
799 5 "Legislative Reception Honoring Members of the 1993 Georgia General Assembly," 1993
799 6 Little, Joann, march in support, 1975
OP24 - Little, Joann, march in support, poster, 1975
799 7 Ludowici, Georgia, county-wide rally, 1985
799 8 Luncheon, unidentified, 1978
799 9 Mandela, Nelson, visit to the United States, 1990
799 10 March against FearFor Justice, 1987
799 11 March against Fear and Repression, Decatur, Alabama, 1979
799 12 March against Oppression in Rhodesia, 1978
799 13 March against Racist Attacks on Black Students and for Economic Opportunity and District Voting in Long County and Ludowici, Georgia1985
799 14 March against Repression, 1970
799 15 March against Violence and Racism, Vidalia, Georgia, 1990
799 16 March for Justice in Georgia, commemorating the 7th anniversary of the death of Captain Michael Pinkard, Carroll County, Georgia, 1997
799 17 March for Justice, Jobs, and Dignity in Wrightsville, Georgia, 1980
799 18 March for Justice/Justice Can't Wait, commemorating the death of Raymond Davison, 1993
799 19 March for Sisterhood and Brotherhood and against Fear and Intimidation, Forsyth County, Georgia, 1987
799 20 March for the Survival of Fort Valley State College, 1988
799 21 March on Washington, 1963
799 22 March on Washington, 20th anniversary mobilization, 1983
799 23 March on Washington, 25th anniversary mobilization, 1988
799 24 March on Washington, 30th anniversary mobilization, 1993
799 25 March on Washington, 37th anniversary mobilization, 2000
OP89 - Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday, poster, undated
OP26 - Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday, poster, circa early 1970s
799 26 Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Awards Dinner, 1980
799 27 The Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice, 1988
799 28 Martin Luther King, Jr. Open Tennis Tournament, 1985
799 29 Martin Luther King, Jr. Workers' Conference, circa 1975
799 30 Martin Luther King Speaks, undated
799 31 Mass march and rally in Charleston County, 1982
799 32 Mass Meeting on Conditions in Negro Public Schools in Atlanta, undated
799 33 Mass Meeting to Stop the Violence in Vidalia's City Jails, Vidalia, Georgia, 1990
799 34 Mass meetings, 1972-1997
799 35 Mass Rally in Support of Strikers of Derst Baking Co., 1972
799 36 Mayor's Christmas Party for the Children of Atlanta, 1979
799 37 Meredith Mississippi March, 1966
799 38 Millennium Luncheon with Reverend Dr. William Shaw, 2000
799 39 Miller, Kim and Weatherstone Gray Henry, II, wedding announcement, 1990
799 40 Ministers Hoop for UNCF, 1985
799 41 Ministers Leadership Training Program, undated
799 42 Miss African American Centric World Princess, 1994
799 43 MLK Freedom March, 2000
799 44 MLK Fun Run Festival, 1984
799 45 "A Model Technical Assistance Conference for Evaluating Housing and Economic Development Needs of Low-Income Socio-Economic Groups: Conclusions and Recommendations," 1979
800 1 Montgomery Bus Boycott, 20th anniversary, 1975
800 2 "Morehouse College and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference Honor Dr. Cheikh Anta Diop," April 4, 1985
800 3 National Civil Rights March in Indianola, Mississippi, 1990
800 4 National Conference on Quality Integrated Education, 1972
800 5 National Days of Commemoration and Confrontation, 1969
800 6 National Labor Program, circa 1972
800 7 National March for Housing Now!, 1989
800 8 National March to Stop PCB Dumping in Warren County, North Carolina, 1982
OP27 - National March to Stop PCB Dumping in Warren County, North Carolina, poster, 1982
800 9 National Summit on the Miseducation and Tracking of Black Children, 1996-1997
800 10 National Tag Day, undated
OP28 - National Tag Day, poster, undated
800 11 National Teen Conference, "Empowering Youth of the 21st Century," 1984
800 12 National Voting Rights Museum and Bridge Crossing March and Rally, 1992-2005
800 13 Needs Assessment Training Conference for Evaluating the Housing and Economic Development Needs of Low Income Socio-Economic Groups, 1979
800 14 Next Stop Nevada, 1987
800 15 "Nonviolence in Action," West Atlanta Elementary School, Atlanta, Georgia, 1992
800 16 Nonviolent education training, 1987
800 17 N.U.T.S to NAFTA rally, circa 1993
800 18 Operation Breadbasket, undated
800 19 Operation Breadbasket, 1966
800 20 Operation Breadbasket, 1967
800 21 Operation Breadbasket, 1968
800 22 Operation Breadbasket, 1970-1979
800 23 Operation Breadbasket, "Black Easter," 1969
800 24 Operation Breadbasket, Live Wires Inc., fundraising division, 1971
800 25 Operation Breadbasket, Political Education Division, 1970
800 26 Parks, Rosa, tributes 1995-2001
800 27 People to People Tour, 1974
800 28 People to People Get Out the Vote Bus Tour, 1995
800 29 The People's Spring Offensive, undated
800 30 Pilgrimage to Washington for Voting Rights, Peace, Economic Justice, and to Extend the Voting Rights Act, 1982
800 31 Police brutality protests, 1991-2000
800 32 "Policies for Survival in a World of Crisis: A Black Perspective," symposium, 1981
801 1 Poor People's Campaign, 1968
801 2 Poor People's Campaign, 1987
801 3 Poor People's Campaign Chapter II, 1969
801 4 Poor People's Campaign, photographic journal, 1968
OP29 - Poor People's Campaign, platform, circa 1968
OP30 - Poor People's Campaign, posters, 1968
801 5 Poor People's Campaign, "We Struggle to End Hunger in America," 1968
801 6 Poor People's Caravan, 1968
801 7 Poor People's Crusade, 1986-1988
801 8 "Pray for Unity and Rally for PeacePrayer Rally!!," Jonesboro, Georgia, 1990
801 9 Prayer vigils, 1988-1999
801 10 Prior Tire boycott, 1995
801 11 Program, untitled, undated
801 12 Program commemorating the 38th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have A Dream" speech, 2001
801 13 Protest march and rally, Montgomery, Alabama, 1980
801 14 Public forum regarding racial discrimination by Operation Parental Awareness and Responsibility (PAR), a Health and Rehabilitative Services (HRS) agency, St. Petersburg, Florida, 1983
801 15 Public hearing on racial discrimination in the military, 1978
801 16 "Putting Poverty on the National Agenda" march, 1986
OP31 - "Putting Poverty on the National Agenda" march, poster, 1986
801 17 Rallies, unnamed, undated
801 18 "Ralph David Abernathy Goes to Jail" march, 1969
801 19 Rappin' for our Future: Amateur Night Showcase, 1986
801 20 Rappin' for Our Future II: Amateur Talent Showcase, undated
801 21 Rappin' Rockin' Roots' of Non-Violence entertainment, music, history, 1990
801 22 Reagan, Ronald protests, circa 1981-1989
801 23 "The Real Rap about the Rappers and the Killings," 1997
801 24 Regional Conference on AIDS, Drug Abuses and the Black Community, 1987
OP32 - Remember Attica, poster, 1971
801 25 "Remember Michael Johnson" march, 1985
801 26 Renaming of King-Lincoln Park to Martin Luther King, Jr. Park, march and rally, 2002
801 27 "Research Conference on Racial Desegregation and Integration in Public Education" and "Invitational Conference on Social Change and the Role of Behavioral Scientist" conference proceedings, 1965-1966 [1 of 2]
801 28 "Research Conference on Racial Desegregation and Integration in Public Education" and "Invitation Conference on Social Change and the Role of the Behavioral Scientist" conference proceedings, 1965-1966, [2 of 2]
801 29 Resurrection City, 1968
801 30 Resurrection City, "Abernathy Speaks Direct from Resurrection City," 1968
801 31 Resurrection City, "In Resurrection City," poetry collection, 1968
802 1 Resurrection City II, 1972
802 2 Sacred Rights Pilgrimage/Remember the Russaw Brothers, Eufaula, Alabama, 1983
802 3 "A Sacrificial Easter" boycott in conjunction with The Summit Conference, circa 1962
802 4 Salute to Martin Luther King, Jr, circa 1962
802 5 Salute to Men of October, 2004
802 6 SAT/PSAT course, 1991
802 7 Save Alabama State University march and mass rally, 1981
802 8 Save Black Students Schools rally, 1979
802 9 SCLC Coalition to Defeat SR-395 "Two Strikes You're Out," 1994
802 10 SCLC Coalition for Minority Business (COMB), 1977
802 11 SCLC Commemorates the Super 6, 1983
802 12 SCLC Day in Atlanta, 1974
802 13 SCLC Drill Team, circa 1994
802 14 SCLC Education Program, "Leaving No Child Behind" pamphlet, circa 1997-2003
802 15 SCLC Hall of Fame Dinner for Jackie Robinson, 1962
802 16 SCLC Human Rights Rally, undated
802 17 SCLC Legal Defense Fund, undated
802 18 SCLC National Task Force on the Black Economic Agenda, 1975
802 19 SCLC Reunion Committee honors the legendary Reverend Hosea L. Williams, undated
802 20 SCLC Scholarship Fund, 1980
OP33 - SCLC Scholarship Fund, "An Afternoon of Gospel" benefit concert, poster 1987
802 21 "SCLC supports Ocean Hill-Brownsville Governing Board," undated
802 22 SCLC Truth Justice Campaign rally, 2004
802 23 Scotland Neck Movement, Scotland Neck, North Carolina, circa 1976
802 24 Selective Buying Campaign, Washington County, Georgia, undated
OP34 - Selma to Atlanta Relay, poster, 1983
802 25 Selma to Montgomery March, undated
802 26 Selma to Montgomery March, 1965
802 27 Selma to Montgomery March, 17th anniversary, 1982
802 28 Selma to Montgomery March, 20th anniversary, 1985
OP35 - Selma to Montgomery March, 20th anniversary, poster, 1985
802 29 Selma to Montgomery March, 25th anniversary, 1990
802 30 Selma to Montgomery March, 30th anniversary, 1995 [1 of 2]
802 31 Selma to Montgomery March, 30th anniversary, 1995 [2of 2]
802 32 Selma to Montgomery March, 35th anniversary, 2000
802 33 Shoal Creek Golf Course, "Protest Racism at Shoal Creek during the PGA," 1990
802 34 Snyder, Mitch, candle light vigil, 1990
802 35 Solidarity with the Students of China Memorial Tribute Vigil, 1989
802 36 Soul Power rally, 1968
802 37 South African apartheid protests, 1985-1986
802 38 "South African Non-Partisan Symposium," 1993
802 39 Southern Christian Leadership Conference and Handgun Control Inc. support for the Brady Bill, circa 1990
802 40 Southern Community/Labor Conference, Birmingham, Alabama, 1991
802 41 Southside Task Force on Drugs and Crime, 1987
802 42 Stars for Freedom, 1967
803 1 Stations of the Cross: A Good Friday Pilgrimage in Solidarity with the Oppressed, 1987
803 2 Steele, Charles Kenzie Sr., "A Tribute to the Reverend Charles Kenzie Steele, Sr.," 1978
803 3 Stop Killing our Children march and rally, 1981
803 4 Stop the Killing, undated
803 5 Stop the Killing, 1990-1992
803 6 Stop the Killing, 1993
803 7 Stop the Killing/End the Violence, undated
OP36 - Stop the Killing/End the Violence, poster, 1992
803 8 Stop the Killing/End the Violence, 1993
803 9 Stop the Killing/End the Violence, 1994
803 10 Stop the Killing/End the Violence, 1995
803 11 Stop the Killing/End the Violence, 1996
OP37 - Stop the Killing/End the Violence, poster, 1996
803 12 Stop the Killing/End the Violence, 1997
803 13 Stop the Killing/End the Violence, 1999
803 14 Stop the Killing/End the Violence, gun buybacks, 1993-1997
803 15 Stop the Killing, Stop the Violence, nonviolence workshop, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1993
803 16 Stop the Violence concert, 1993
803 17 Stop Waymart Maximum Security Prison protest, undated
803 18 Student conference, Shaw University, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1973
803 19 Students for Peace in Communities Everywhere (SPICE), circa 1993
803 20 Student Power Breakfast '90, 1990
803 21 Student Affairs, undated
803 22 Student Affairs, 1982-1989
803 23 Student Affairs, 1990-1991
803 24 Student Affairs, 1992
803 25 Student Affairs, 1993
803 26 Student Affairs, 1994-1996
803 27 Student Affairs, 2000-2004
803 28 Student Affairs, Get with the Program, 1991
804 1 Student Affairs/Youth Outreach, Training in Nonviolence, Brainerd High School, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1991
804 2 Student Call to Washington, undated
804 3 Students March and Rally against Repression, undated
804 4 Summer Community Organization and Political Education (SCOPE) project, 1965
OP38 - Summer Community Organization and Political Education (SCOPE) project, poster, circa 1965
804 5 Support A Worker (S.A.W), circa 1966-1968
804 6 Support for farmers, 1992
OP39 - Teach Your Dollars Some Sense, poster, undated
804 7 Tobacco prevention, 2002
804 8 "The True Story of the Life and Assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.," mass meeting, 1978
804 9 VISION Alabama Tutorial Project, 1965
804 10 Voter registration brochures and events, circa 1960-1969
804 11 Voter registration events, circa 1983-1995
OP40 - Voter registration posters, undated
804 12 Walk to Freedom II: Walk for Jobs and Brotherhood, 1988
804 13 War Against Repression (W.A.R.), circa 1971
OP41 - War Against Repression (W.A.R.) poster, circa 1971
804 14 Washington Bureau, "Washington Bureau Notes," 1972
804 15 "We join with the AFL-CIO in calling for a national $2.00 minimum wage," 1965
804 16 "Wear a National Holiday" t-shirt fundraiser, undated
804 17 Welfare Rights Movement, 1985
804 18 "What Now Will Happen to Our Youth?" town hall forum, 1994
804 19 Wings of Hope, undated
804 20 Wings of Hope, 1989-1996
804 21 Wings of Hope, Christmas parties, circa 1990-1991
804 22 Wings of Hope, newsletter, 1992
804 23 Wings of Hope, planning conferences, 1992-1994
804 24 Wings of Hope, report, 1994
804 25 Wings of Hope, Summerhill Neighborhood Coalition, Atlanta, Georgia, 1989
804 26 Wings of Hope, Vine City Coalition, Atlanta, Georgia, 1995
804 27 Workshop, Spaulding University, 1996
804 28 Youth Against Drugs and Violence conference, 1989
National Convention
805 1 Undated
805 2 6th annual, 1962
805 3 7th annual, 1963
805 4 8th annual, 1964
805 5 9th annual, 1965
805 6 10th annual, 1967
805 7 10th annual, president's annual report, 1967
805 8 11th annual, 1968
805 9 12th annual, 1969
805 10 13th annual, 1970
805 11 14th annual, 1971
805 12 14th annual, president's annual report, 1971
805 13 15th annual, 1972 [1 of 2]
805 14 15th annual, 1972 [2 of 2]
806 1 16th annual, 1973
806 2 17th annual, 1974
OP42 - 17th annual, poster, 1974
806 3 18th annual, 1975
806 4 19th annual, 1976
806 5 20th annual, 1977
806 6 21st annual, 1978
806 7 22nd annual, 1979
806 8 23rd annual, 1980
806 9 24th annual, 1981
807 1 25th annual, 1982 [1 of 2]
807 2 25th annual, 1982 [2 of 2]
807 3 26th annual, 1983 [1 of 2]
807 4 26th annual, 1983 [2 of 2]
OP43 - 26th annual, poster, 1983
807 5 27th annual, 1984 [1 of 2]
807 6 27th annual, 1984 [2 of 2]
OP44 - 27th annual, poster, 1984
807 7 28th annual, 1985 [1 of 2]
808 1 28th annual, 1985 [2 of 2]
OP45 - 28th annual, poster, 1985
808 2 29th annual, 1986 [1 of 3]
808 3 29th annual, 1986 [2 of 3]
808 4 29th annual, 1986 [3 of 3]
808 5 30th annual, 1987 [1 of 2]
808 6 30th annual, 1987 [2 of 2]
OP46 - 30th annual, program, 1987
809 1 31st annual, 1988
809 2 32nd annual, 1989 [1 of 3]
809 3 32nd annual, 1989 [2 of 3]
809 4 32nd annual, 1989 [3 of 3]
809 5 33rd annual, 1990
809 6 34th annual, 1991 [1 of 2]
809 7 34th annual, 1991 [2 of 2]
OP47 - 34th annual, 1991
810 1 35th annual, 1992 [1 of 2]
810 2 35th annual, 1992 [2 of 2]
OP48 - 35th annual, 1992
810 3 36th annual, 1993 [1 of 2]
810 4 36th annual, 1993 [2 of 2]
OP49 - 36th annual, 1993
810 5 37th annual, 1994 [1 of 2]
810 6 37th annual, 1994 [2 of 2]
810 7 38th annual, 1995 [1 of 2]
810 8 38th annual, 1995 [2 of 2]
OP50 - 38th annual, 1995
810 9 39th annual, 1996
OP51 - 39th annual, 1996
811 1 40th annual, 1997
OP52 - 40th annual, 1997
811 2 41st annual, 1998
811 3 42nd annual, 2000 [1 of 2]
811 4 42nd annual, 2000 [2 of 2]
OP53 - 42nd annual, 2000
811 5 43rd annual, 2001
811 6 44th annual, 2002
811 7 45th annual, 2003
811 8 46th annual, 2004
811 9 47th annual, 2005
811 10 48th annual, 2006
811 11 49th annual, 2007
Chapters and Affiliates
812 1 Alabama: state unit, undated
812 2 Alabama: state unit, 1978
812 3 Alabama: state unit, 1980-1989
812 4 Alabama: state unit, 1990
812 5 Alabama: state unit, 1992
812 6 Alabama: state unit, 1994-1998
812 7 Alabama: state unit, 2001-2005
OP54 - Alabama: state unit, posters, 1991-1994
812 8 Alabama: state unit, "The Alabama Citizen," 1964
812 9 Alabama: Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights affiliate, 1972
812 10 Alabama: Alabama SCLC Youth
812 11 Alabama: Alexander City chapter, 1979
812 12 Alabama: Anniston/Calhoun County chapter, 1992
812 13 Alabama: Birmingham chapter, 1989
812 14 Alabama: Conecuh County chapter, 1976
812 15 Alabama: Etowah County chapter, 1991
812 16 Alabama: Greene County chapter, 1985-2004
812 17 Alabama: Houston County chapter, 1990
812 18 Alabama: Tuscaloosa chapter, 1982-1993
812 19 Brochures, undated
812 20 California: Los Angeles chapter, 1969-1985
812 21 California: The Martin Luther King Legacy Association affiliate, 1977-1979
812 22 Certificate of Membership, undated
812 23 Chapters and Affiliates Directory, undated
812 24 Colorado: Denver chapter, 1987
812 25 Connecticut: state unit, 1969
813 1 Constitution and by-laws, 1977
813 2 Florida: Escambia county chapter, undated
813 3 Florida: Greater Orlando chapter, 1991
813 4 Florida: Jacksonville chapter, 1985
813 5 Florida: Palm Beach County chapter, 1984
813 6 Florida: Pensacola chapter, 1986
813 7 Florida: Plant City chapter, 1991
813 8 Florida: St. Petersburg chapter, undated
813 9 Florida: Tallahassee chapter, 1999
813 10 Florida: Tallahassee Inter-Civic Council of the SCLC affiliate, 1969
813 11 Georgia: state unit, 1990
813 12 Georgia: All Citizens Registration Committee affiliate, undated
813 13 Georgia: Athens Area Chapter
813 14 Georgia: Atlanta University Center chapter, circa 1977-1987
OP55 - Georgia: Atlanta University Center chapter, Voter Education Project poster, 1980
813 15 Georgia: Augusta chapter, 1970-1975
813 16 Georgia: Carroll County chapter, 1985
813 17 Georgia: Clayton County chapter, 1992
813 18 Georgia: DeKalb County chapter, undated
813 19 Georgia: Dublin chapter, 1982
813 20 Georgia: Gainesville-Hall County chapter, undated
813 21 Georgia: Jasper County chapter, 1984-1986
813 22 Georgia: Johnson County chapter, 1984-1986
813 23 Georgia: Macon chapter, 1978
813 24 Georgia: Metro Atlanta chapter, circa 1978
813 25 Georgia: Milledgeville-Baldwin County chapter, 1985
813 26 Georgia: Monticello chapter, 1985
813 27 Georgia: Pike County chapter, 2001
813 28 Georgia: Savannah chapter, 1984
813 29 Georgia: Stone Mountain-Lithonia chapter, undated
813 30 Georgia: Vine City chapter, "Vine City Grapevine" newsletter, circa 1969
813 31 Georgia: Washington County chapter, 1990-1997
813 32 Illinois: Chicago Metropolitan chapter, 1979-1984
813 33 Illinois: Chicago suburban chapter, 1978
813 34 Indiana: Indianapolis chapter, 1974
813 35 Kentucky: state unit, 1967-1976
813 36 Kentucky: Kentucky Christian Leadership Conference newsletter, "The Crusader", circa 1967
813 37 Louisiana: New Orleans youth chapter, 1995
813 38 Maryland: state unit, 1998
813 39 Maryland: Baltimore chapter, circa 1992
813 40 Maryland: Prince George's County chapter, 1983-1992
813 41 Maryland: Rockville/Montgomery County chapter, 1994
813 42 Massachusetts: state unit, undated
813 43 Media relations, 1987
813 44 Membership application, undated
813 45 Michigan: state unit, circa 1981-1996
814 1 Michigan: Detroit chapter, 1996
814 2 Mississippi: Jackson County chapter, 1976-1997
814 3 Mississippi: Jefferson County chapter, 1985
814 4 Mississippi: Kansas City chapter, 1987
814 5 Nevada: Las Vegas chapter, 1977
814 6 New York: Rochester chapter, undated
814 7 North Atlantic Regional Office, 1986-1990
814 8 North Carolina: state unit, 1976
814 9 North Carolina: state unit, 1983 [1 of2]
814 10 North Carolina: state unit, 1983 [2 of 2]
814 11 North Carolina: state unit, 1987
814 12 North Carolina: state unit, 1989
814 13 North Carolina: Charlotte chapter, 1983-1985
814 14 North Carolina: Northeastern North Carolina unit, 1962
814 15 North Carolina: Pitt County chapter, 1981-2004
814 16 Ohio: Cincinnati chapter, 1969-1970
814 17 Ohio: Cleveland chapter, circa 1970-1989
814 18 Ohio: Columbus chapter, 1993
814 19 Ohio: Dayton chapter, 1994
814 20 Pennsylvania: Philadelphia chapter, circa 1972
814 21 Policy manuals, undated
814 22 Poster, undated
814 23 Region IV, 1997
814 24 SCLC Affiliates newsletter, undated
814 25 SCLC-Western Regional Division, Los Angeles, California, 1969-1974
815 1 SCLC-Western Regional Division, Los Angeles, California, 1976
815 2 South Carolina: Charleston YWCA affiliate, 1999
815 3 South Carolina: Greenville Christian Leadership Council affiliate, undated
815 4 Tennessee: Nashville chapter, circa 1985
815 5 Texas: San Antonio chapter, 1988
815 6 Texas: West Dallas chapter, 1985
815 7 Virginia: state unit, undated
815 8 Virginia: state unit, 1980-1981
815 9 Virginia: state unit, 1984
815 10 Virginia: state unit, 1987
815 11 Virginia: state unit, 1989
OP56 - Virginia: state unit, 1992
815 12 Virginia: state unit, 1997
815 13 Virginia: state unit, 2001
815 14 Virginia: Danville-Pittsylvania County chapter, 1995
815 15 Virginia: Newport News chapter, 2002
815 16 Virginia: Richmond chapter, 1982
815 17 Washington: Benefit Guild affiliate, 1972
815 18 Western Christian Leadership Conference affiliate, 1965
General printed material
816 1 Artwork, unidentified, undated
816 2 Board of Directors, annual report, 2002
816 3 Brochure, "A New South A-Coming: What Can Happen when High School Students Take an Interest in Politics," undated
816 4 Brochure, "Fiscal Facts," undated
816 5 Brochures, informational, circa 1962-1968
816 6 Brochures, informational, 1969-1977
816 7 Brochures, informational, 1977-1997
816 8 Brochures, informational, 1997-2003
816 9 Brochures, membership applications, circa 1977-1997
816 10 Brochures, organizational structure, circa 1977-1997
816 11 Calendar, 1965
816 12 Calendar, 1971-1972
816 13 Calendar, 1972-1973
816 14 Certificates, undated
816 15 "The Chronology of a Movement (1957-1997): Redeeming the Soul of America 40 Years and Counting," 1997
816 16 Collages, undated
816 17 Constitution and By-laws of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, circa 1968
816 18 A Decade of SCLC: 10th Anniversary Journal, 1967 [photocopy]
816 19 Dialogue Department, 1965
OP57 - Drum Major subscription advertisement, 1972
816 20 Drum Major subscription card, undated
816 21 Envelopes, undated
OP58 - "Free Mississippi Vote November 2 for Freedom Candidates" poster, undated
816 22 History and fact sheets, circa 1957-1977
OP59 - Honorary Doctorate awarded to "SCLC Family" by Sankhore Holistic Health Institute, August, 29 1981
OP60 - "Jobs, Justice, Peace" poster, undated
816 23 Membership advertisements, undated
OP61 - Membership advertisements undated
OP62 - Membership drive, posters, undated
816 24 North and South: Southern Christian Leadership Conference Staff News, 1966-1967
816 25 "An Open Letter to the African Community from Drum Major for Justice Committee Concerning Justice and Freedom for Atlanta Hawks Player Thomas R. Payne, Jr.," 1972
816 26 The People's Crusader, 1976 [photocopy]
816 27 Periodical articles reprinted by SCLC, 1964-1985
817 1 "The Political Play: Becoming a Delegate to a National Political Party Convention in 1972," 1972
817 2 "Politics is Power" delegate information pamphlet, undated
817 3 Questionnaire, "Now is the Time to Take a Close Look at Your Community," circa early 1960s
817 4 Resolutions, 1996
817 5 "SCLC Herald," 1992
817 6 SCLC Magazine, October/November 1981, [photocopy]
817 7 SCLC Magazine, advertising brochures, undated
817 8 SCLC Movement News of the Millennium, 2000
817 9 SCLC Newsflash, 2001
817 10 SCLC On the Move, 1993
817 11 SCLC pamphlet summarizing anti-Semitism, excerpts from the 10th national convention report of the president, and a news clipping on Carl Stokes mayoral campaign, circa 1967
OP63 - SCLC promotional posters, undated
817 12 The SCLC Staff news bulletin, 1967
817 13 "The SCLC Story in Words and Pictures," circa 1966
817 14 "SCLC Youth on the Move," 1994
817 15 "SCLC Youth News," 1994
817 16 Shoney's, Inc., economic covenant with SCLC, 1989
817 17 Song lyrics, undated
817 18 Soul Power: Poor People Speak, circa 1968
817 19 Southern Christian Leadership Foundation newsletter, 2002
817 20 "St. Augustine Florida: 400 Years of Bigotry and Hate," circa 1964?
817 21 Voices of the Young, undated
817 22 "What's Up Newsfax," 1994
SCLC Personnel
817 23 Abernathy, Ralph David, biographical sketches, undated
817 24 Abernathy, Ralph David, "Letter from a Charleston Jail: 'To Preach the Gospel to the Poor,'" 1968
817 25 Abernathy, Ralph David, "On Trial: Angela Davis or America," undated
817 26 Dalton, Richard C., "The Church Morals and the War on Drugs," speech, 1992
817 27 Farris, Carl E., "The Steelworkers Strike in South Carolina," 1971
817 28 Fauntroy, Walter, "The Arithmetic of Power Politics," 1972
817 29 Fauntroy, Walter, biographical sketches, undated
817 30 King, Martin Luther Jr., appearances, 1964-1967
817 31 King, Martin Luther Jr., "The Burning Truth in the South," 1960
817 32 King, Martin Luther Jr., "Call for an International Boycott of Apartheid in South Africa," 1965
817 33 King, Martin Luther Jr., "The Crisis in America's Cities: An Analysis of Social Disorder and a Plan of Action Against Poverty, Discrimination and Racism in Urban America," 1967
817 34 King, Martin Luther Jr., "Emancipation--1963," 1963
817 35 King, Martin Luther Jr., "I Have a Dream," 1963
817 36 King, Martin Luther, Jr., interviews, 1964-1967 [including1965 Playboy interview and Meet the Press interviews]
817 37 King, Martin Luther Jr., "Letter from Birmingham Jail," 1963
817 38 King, Martin Luther Jr., "Martin Luther King Defines Black Power," 1967
817 39 King, Martin Luther Jr., "My Dream: Non-Violence Failing?," Journal and Guide, 1966
817 40 King, Martin Luther Jr., "A New Sense of Direction," 1967
817 41 King, Martin Luther Jr., "Nobel Lecture by Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.," 1964
817 42 King, Martin Luther Jr., "Non-Aggression Procedures to Inter-racial Harmony," address to the American Baptist Assembly, Green Lake, Wisconsin, August 1956
817 43 King, Martin Luther Jr., "Nonviolence: The Only Road to Freedom," 1966
817 44 King, Martin Luther Jr., "The President Has the Power: Equality Now," The Nation, 1961
817 45 King, Martin Luther Jr., quotations, undated
817 46 King, Martin Luther Jr., "The Role of the Behavioral Scientist in the Civil Rights Movement," 1968
818 1 King, Martin Luther Jr., "The Role of the Church," undated
818 2 King, Martin Luther Jr., Strength to Love, excerpts and promotion, 1963
818 3 King, Martin Luther Jr., "A Testament of Hope,"
818 4 King, Martin Luther Jr., Vietnam War opposition, 1966-1968
818 5 King, Martin Luther Jr., "What's Your Life's Blueprint," undated
818 6 King, Martin Luther III,, biographical sketches and writings, 1997-1999
OP25 - Lowery Joseph, awards and tributes, circa 1981-1997
818 7 Lowery, Joseph, "Beyond Vietnam," circa 1991
818 8 Lowery, Joseph, biographical sketches, undated
818 9 Lowery, Joseph, editorials, undated
818 10 Lowery, Joseph, interviews, undated
OP64 - Lowery, Joseph, portraits
818 11 Lowery, Joseph, tributes, circa 1997
818 12 Merton, Thomas, "The Black Revolution," circa 1963
818 13 Osburn, Randel T., biographical sketch, undated
818 14 Steele, Charles, appearance, 2004
818 15 Taylor, Fred, "Equal Administration of Justice in Georgia," Movement Monthly, 1980
818 16 Wyatt Tee Walker, et.al v. City of Birmingham, petition for hearing, 1966
818 17 Young, Andrew, "The Bible and the Ballot: A Manual of the Minister's Role in Voter Registration," undated
818 18 Young, Claude, appearance, 1995
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