Subseries 19.2
Audio recordings, 1963-1997

Scope and Content Note

The series consists of audio recordings of speeches given by SCLC leaders, including Ralph David Abernathy, Jesse Jackson, Martin Luther King, Jr., Martin Luther King, III, Joseph E. Lowery and Andrew Young, among others. Also present are recordings of SCLC sponsored programs and events, including the annual National Convention, the Poor People's Campaign (1968), the Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans hearings (1984), the Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (1988), and many more.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in chronological order.

Box Folder Content
- - Abernathy, Ralph David, 1965, speech in Birmingham, Alabama and raising of money, introduction by Judge Hooks, 1965 (part 2 only) (original: open reel tape)
- - Abernathy, Ralph David, 1968 circa, excerpts from speech at Staten Island and speech in which he places a telephone call to the deceased Martin Luther King, Jr. and others, circa 1968 (original: open reel tape)
- - Abernathy, Ralph David, 1968 circa, speech in Gulfport, Mississippi, circa 1988 (original: audio cassette)
- - Abernathy, Ralph David, 1968 May 31, speech at Alabama State University Commencement, May 31, 1968 (original: open reel tape)
- - Abernathy, Ralph David, 1969 November, speech against the War in Vietnam during the Nixon Administration in San Francisco, California, November 1969 (original: open reel tape)
- - Abernathy, Ralph David, 1972 circa, speech on United Nations Security Council and Rhodesia, circa 1972 (original: open reel tape)
- - Abernathy, Ralph David, 1972 June 9, speech before the National Democratic Party Conventions' Platform Committee, June 9, 1972 (original: open reel tape)
- - Abernathy, Ralph David, 1972 July 7, speech at Montclair State College (Montclair, New Jersey), July 7, 1972 (original: audio cassette)
- - Abernathy, Ralph David, 1975 May 23, march in Pensacola, Florida, May 23, 1975 (original: open reel tape)
- - Abernathy, Ralph David, 1990, April 24, funeral, West Hunter Street Baptist Church (Atlanta, Ga.), April 24, 1990 (original: audio cassette)
- - Abernathy, Ralph David, 1990, April 24, funeral, West Hunter Street Baptist Church (Atlanta, Ga.), April 24, 1990: Rev. Edward V. Hill eulogy (original: audio cassette)
- - Abernathy, Ralph David, undated, clips from speech in which he places a telephone call to the deceased Martin Luther King, Jr., undated (original: open reel tape)
- - Alternative sentencing, woman speaking about the disparities in the U.S. justice system which affect African Americans, undated (original: audio cassette)
- - Anti-Apartheid Act-Direct Action, September 5-10, 1985 and Joseph E. Lowery on South Africa, August 16, 1985 (original: audio cassette)
- - Birthday observances for Martin Luther King, Jr., location unknown, 1970, with speeches by Vincent Harding, Ralph David Abernathy, Sam Massell, Robert Collier and others (original: open reel tape)
- - Birthday observances for Martin Luther King, Jr., Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, January 15, 1976, part 1; speeches by Walter Fauntroy, Maynard Jackson and others (original: open reel tape)
- - Birthday observances for Martin Luther King, Jr., Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, January 15, 1976, part 2; award presentations by Coretta Scott King, reflections by Andrew J. Young, and speech by William Holmes Borders (original: open reel tape)
- - Birthday observances for Martin Luther King, Jr., Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, January 15, 1976, part 3; speeches by Claire Randall, General Secretary of the National Council of Churches, Andrew J. Young, and others (original: open reel tape)
- - Black Clergy of Metro Atlanta, March 8, 1981: Ecumenical service with sermons by Joseph C. Coles, Jr., Cameron Alexander and Joseph E. Lowery (original: audio cassette)
- - Black Clergy of Metro Atlanta, March 9, 1981: March from Central to Russell Building and speeches by Joseph E. Lowery and others (original: audio cassette)
- - Black College Day Rally (Atlanta, Georgia), September 28, 1981: proclamation, George D. Busbee, speeches, Maynard H. Jackson, Calvin Smyre, Jondelle Johnson, Joseph E. Lowery, and others (original: audio cassette)
- - Blackwell, Randolph, Banquet speaker, (SCLC event), undated (original: audio cassette)
- - Bounty Program student visit, June 26, 1986: Brenda Davenport and Kim Miller speaking to students (original: audio cassette)
- - Boyd, Malcolm, Interview discussing the Poor People's Campaign, undated (original: open reel tape)
- - British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) Program, "Black Power," undated [part 1] (original: open reel tape)
- - British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) Program, "Black Power," undated [part 2] (original: open reel tape)
- - Cabe, Brig, of the Southern Courier, announcing an SCLC-sponsored protest in support of school busing and conversations about busing in Crawfordville, Taliaferro County, Georgia, October 1, 1965 (original: open reel tape)
- - Charleston, South Carolina, hospital workers' strike, press statements relating to the arrest of Ralph D. Abernathy, Andrew J. Young, Juanita Abernathy, James Orange, and Frank Bessey, June 1969 (original: open reel tape)
- - Church of Love Choir, singing "Martin Luther King," undated (original: open reel tape)
- - Citizenship Education Workshop, Dorchester Center (McIntosh, Georgia), November 17-21, 1969 (part 1) (original: open reel tape)
- - Citizenship Education Workshop, Dorchester Center (McIntosh, Georgia), November 17-21, 1969 (part 2) (original: open reel tape)
- - Citizenship Education Workshop, Dorchester Center (McIntosh, Georgia), November 17-21, 1969 (part 3) (original: open reel tape)
- - Clayton, Xerona, speech discussing her involvement in the civil rights movement, introduction of a film on the history of civil rights before viewing, and further discussion about the value of interracial cooperation in affecting social change, undated (original: audio cassette)
- - Cobb County, Georgia, SCLC Chapter installation ceremony, July 9, 1989 (original: audio cassette)
- - Cocks, Jessie, American Peace Test, National Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign, Interview with E. Randel Osburn, July 16, 1987 (original: audio cassette)
- - Continental Walk for Disarmament and Social Justice: speech by Eric Lee, 1976 (begins at 22:20) prefaced with sermon by unknown Louisville, Kentucky minister (original: audio cassette)
- - Conversation about oppression, liberation, revolution and freedom, possible participants include: Ernest Austin, Curtis Mitchell, Gene Sinsky, E.A. Shizley, Adolphus Tate, Dorothy Cotton, Berncie Robinson, Peter Johnson, Anniba Sullivan (part 1) (original: audio cassette)
- - Conversation about oppression, liberation, revolution and freedom, possible participants include: Ernest Austin, Curtis Mitchell, Gene Sinsky, E.A. Shizley, Adolphus Tate, Dorothy Cotton, Berncie Robinson, Peter Johnson, Anniba Sullivan (part 2) (original: audio cassette)
- - Cowan, Julia, interview, December 29, 1994 [Part of a project by SCLC/W.O.M.E.N. and the National Voting Rights Museum to document the participation of women in the voting rights movement] (original: audio cassette)
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans (Birmingham, Alabama), June 5, 1984, part 1: Reverend Abraham L. Woods, Jr. and Mayor Richard Arrington (original: audio cassette)
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans (Birmingham, Alabama), June 5, 1984, part 2: Chauncey Varner and Baker (original: audio cassette)
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans (Birmingham, Alabama), June 5, 1984, part 3: Bentley, Little and Cooper (original: audio cassette)
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans (Birmingham, Alabama), June 5, 1984, part 4 (original: audio cassette)
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans (Charlotte, North Carolina), May 22, 1984, part 1: Hutton (original: audio cassette)
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans (Charlotte, North Carolina), May 22, 1984, part 2: Hawkins (original: audio cassette)
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans (Charlotte, North Carolina), May 22, 1984, part 4 (original: audio cassette)
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans (Charlotte, North Carolina), May 22, 1984, tape 1 (original: audio cassette)
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans (Charlotte, North Carolina), May 22, 1984, tape 2 (original: audio cassette)
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans (Charlotte, North Carolina), May 22, 1984, tape 3 (original: audio cassette)
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans (Charlotte, North Carolina), May 22, 1984, tape 4 (original: audio cassette)
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans (Chicago, Illinois), May 17, 1984, part 1: Davis L. Edwards (original: audio cassette)
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans (Chicago, Illinois), May 17, 1984, part 2 (original: audio cassette)
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans (Chicago, Illinois), May 17, 1984, part 3: Silas Purnell (original: audio cassette)
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans (Chicago, Illinois), May 17, 1984: Joseph E. Lowery, Tyrone Brooks, Mayor Harold Washington, Danny Davis, and Lonnie Edwards (original: audio cassette)
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans (Detroit, Michigan), April 11, 1984, part 1 and Rally with Joseph Lowery, April 10, 1984 (original: audio cassette)
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans (Detroit, Michigan), April 11, 1984, part 2-3 (original: audio cassette)
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans (Detroit, Michigan), April 11, 1984, part 4 (original: audio cassette)
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans (Kansas City, Missouri), April 17, 1984, part 1: Joyce Wallace, Marie Hammond and Florine Jones (original: audio cassette)
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans (Kansas City, Missouri), April 17, 1984, part 2
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans (Los Angeles, California), May 19, 1984 [tape 1, part 1-2] (original: audio cassette)
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans (Los Angeles, California), May 19, 1984 [tape 2, parts 3-4] (original: audio cassette)
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans (Los Angeles, California), May 19, 1984 [tape 3, parts 5-6] (original: audio cassette)
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans (Los Angeles, California), May 19, 1984 (original: audio cassette)
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans (Miami, Florida), May 31, 1984, part 3-4 (original: audio cassette)
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans (Miami, Florida), May 31, 1984, part 5 (original: audio cassette)
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), May 1, 1984, tape 1 (original: audio cassette)
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), May 1, 1984, tape 2 (original: audio cassette)
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), May 1, 1984: Joseph E. Lowery, Walter Palmer, Walter Lear and Viola Sanders (original: audio cassette)
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), May 1, 1984: Dottie Watson and Eric Howard (original: audio cassette)
- - Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans, unknown city, tape 2, undated (original: audio cassette)
- - Davenport, Brenda and Kim Miller, "Good Morning Atlanta" program discussing Rapping for Our Future project, circa 1986 (original: audio cassette)
- - DKM Broadcasting Public Affairs Department, Views, Marti Murphy interviewing Martin Luther King, III and Ralph David Abernathy, III as candidates for office, 1987 (original: open reel tape)
- - Demonstrations on death of Margaret Ann Knott, speakers include Fred Shuttlesworth and Bernard Lee Butler, Alabama, 1971 (Sides A-B) (original: open reel tape)
- - Demonstrations on death of Margaret Ann Knott, speakers include Ralph Abernathy from Choctaw County jail, James Orange, Cooker (first name unknown), Bernard Lee, Joseph E. Louter (Side C); and Tom Gilmore (Side D), Butler, Alabama, 1971 (original: open reel tape)
- - Domestic and Foreign Policy Conference, December 1-2, 1980 (original: audio cassette)
- - Domestic and Foreign Policy Conference, December 1-2, 1980, part 2: speeches (original: audio cassette)
- - Domestic and Foreign Policy Conference, December 1-2, 1980: Domestic panel discussion with Etta Horne, Irving Joiner, and Courtland Cox (original: audio cassette)
- - Domestic and Foreign Policy Conference, December 1-2, 1980: International panel discussion with C. Payne Lucas, Ron Walters and Albert E. Love (original: audio cassette)
- - Domestic and Foreign Policy Conference, December 1-2, 1980: International panel discussion with Randall Robinson and James Abourezk (original: audio cassette)
- - Domestic and Foreign Policy Conference, December 1-2, 1980: International panel discussion with Randall Robinson and Johnny Makhathini (original: audio cassette)
- - Domestic and Foreign Policy Conference, December 1-2, 1980: Joseph E. Lowery and Walter Fauntroy press conference (original: audio cassette)
- - Domestic and Foreign Policy Conference, December 1-2, 1980: Joseph E. Lowery speech (original: audio cassette)
- - Domestic and Foreign Policy Conference, December 1-2, 1980: Luncheon address by Joseph E. Lowery (original: audio cassette)
- - Domestic and Foreign Policy Conference, December 1-2, 1980: speeches by James Abourezk and Allen Solomon (original: audio cassette)
- - Drum Major for Justice Awards Dinner, April 4, 1981, part 1-2: William Herbert Gray III, and dinner and greetings, Robert James, Lillian Jackson, Johnnie Carr, Claude Young, Hezekiah W., and Coretta Scott King (original: audio cassette)
- - Drum Major for Justice Awards Dinner, April 4, 1981, part 3-4 (original: audio cassette)
- - Drum Major for Justice Awards Dinner, April 4, 1981, part 3-4: greetings continued, Coretta Scott King, Andrew J. Young, Michael Manley, speeches, Mary Francis Barry receiving the Rosa Parks Award, Solomon S. Seay, Sr., and Rosa Parks and special presentations of awards and gifts (original: audio cassette)
- - Drum Major for Justice Awards Dinner, April 4, 1981, part 5 (original: audio cassette)
- - Drum Major for Justice Awards Dinner, April 4, 1981, part 5: special awards and gifts continued (original: audio cassette)
- - Drum Major for Justice Awards Dinner, April 4, 1981: Max Robinson, Ron Dellums and Joseph E. Lowery (original: audio cassette)
- - Drum Major for Justice Awards Dinner, April 4, 1981, Board dinner, part 1-2 (original: audio cassette)
- - Drum Major for Justice Awards Dinner, April 4, 1985, part 3-4 (original: audio cassette)
- - Drum Major for Justice Awards Dinner, April 4, 1986, part 1-2 (original: audio cassette)
- - Drum Major for Justice Awards Dinner, April 4, 1986, part 3-4 (original: audio cassette)
- - Drum Major for Justice Awards Dinner, April 1987: Barbara Reynolds, Coretta Scott King, Alice Bussey, Clara McLaughlin and Evander Holyfield (original: audio cassette)
- - Drum Major for Justice Awards Dinner, April 1987: Evelyn Lowery, Yvonne Delk, Johnnie Coleman, Leontine and Shirley Ceasar (original: audio cassette)
- - Drum Major for Justice Awards Dinner, April 1987: Shirley Ceasar, E. Randel Osburn and Joseph E. Lowery (original: audio cassette)
- - Drum Major for Justice Awards Dinner, April 1994: Evelyn Lowery making an announcement (original: audio cassette)
- - Drum Major for Justice Awards Dinner, April 1997: Don King and others (original: audio cassette)
- - Dyer, Ozella, Interview, December 29, 1994 [Part of a project by SCLC/W.O.M.E.N. and the National Voting Rights Museum to document the participation of women in the voting rights movement] (original: audio cassette)
- - Eaves, Reginald, Atlanta Public Safety Commissioner, discussing resigning from office, introduction by Hosea L. Williams and Tyrone Brooks, April 17, 1975 (original: open reel tape)
- - Farmer, James, on Congress for Racial Equality (CORE) and its protests against de facto school segregation, undated (original: open reel tape)
- - Fauntroy, Walter, speech at SCLC event, 1979 (original: audio cassette)
- - Fauntroy, Walter, speech at Ebenezer Baptist Church Men's Day, October 15, 1972 (original: audio cassette)
- - Forbes, James, April in the Dark, panel discussion regarding President George H. W. Bush's veto of the Civil Rights Act of 1990, circa 1990, part 1 (original: audio cassette)
- - Forbes, James, April in the Dark, panel discussion regarding President George H. W. Bush's veto of the Civil Rights Act of 1990, circa 1990, part 2 (original: audio cassette]
- - Forum on black youth and political power, speakers include Marion Barry, John Cashin, Robert J. Brown, Floyd McKissick, Julian Bond, parts 3-4, circa 1972 (original: audio cassette]
- - Forsyth County (Georgia) Civil Rights March meeting, January 20, 1987: speeches and statements, Coretta Scott King, Hosea Williams, Dick Gregory, and Dean Carter (original: audio cassette)
- - Forsyth County (Georgia) Civil Rights March meeting, January 22-23, 1987: speeches by Dean Carter, Dick Gregory and Coretta Scott King and introductions by Hosea Williams (original: audio cassette)
- - Franklin, Shirley and Joseph E. Lowery, statement regarding program promoting a week without violence, March 30, 1997 (original: audio cassette)
- - Gadsden and Tuskegee, Alabama, Church burning emergency summit and planning session, December 5, 1996 (original: audio cassette)
- - Grenada, Mississippi, civil rights demonstration, people singing freedom songs and interview with Robert Johnson leader of a protest to gain access for blacks to the public library, July 1966 (original: open reel tape)
- - Gun Buy Back Program, conversation between a man and woman with a woman SCLC representative, circa 1990 (original: audio cassette)
- - Hale County, Greensboro, Alabama march for voting rights, marchers comments, crowd singing freedom songs, speeches, circa 1965 (original: open reel tape)
- - Hale County, Greensboro, Alabama, interviews with a Mr. Lewis and Rev. Arthur Days, President of the Hale County Improvement Association, regarding upcoming civil rights march, July 1965 (original: open reel tape)
- - Hall, Emmanuel, "The Other Side of the Spectrum," segments on blacks killing blacks and amnesty and the Vietnam War, undated (original: open reel tape)
- - Hall, Leon, two speeches in Grenada, Mississippi addressing a crowd preceding a demonstration and prayer led by Reverend Cunningham, 1966 (original: open reel tape)
- - Hankerson, Big Lester, funeral statements by Joseph E. Lowery, Ralph D. Abernathy and others, August 6, 1988 (original: audio cassette)
- - Hines, Tommy Lee, background of case against, June 14, 1978 (original: audio cassette)
- - Jackson, Jessie, speech about Operation Breadbasket, undated, part 1 (original: open reel tape)
- - Jackson, Jessie, speech about Operation Breadbasket, undated, part 2 (original: open reel tape)
- - Jackson, Jessie, speech about Operation Breadbasket, undated, part 3 (original: open reel tape)
- - Jackson, Jessie, speech about Operation Breadbasket, undated, part 4 (original: open reel tape)
- - Jackson, Jessie, speech about Operation Breadbasket, undated, part 5 (original: open reel tape)
- - Jackson, Jessie, speech at meeting prior to Operation Breadbasket picket at A&P Supermarket in Chicago, Illinois including performance of the Operation Breadbasket Orchestra and Choir, 1963 (original: open reel tape)
- - Jackson, Maynard, excerpts from speech to Consular Corp in Atlanta and introduction of speaker Dean Rusk, Georgia, 1974 (original: open reel tape)
- - Jacksonville (Florida) SCLC Chapter, chapter installation, undated (original: audio cassette)
- - Johnson, Peter (Dallas, Texas), statement discussing attack on Margaret Riley, wife of Reverend Walker Riley of the 1st United Methodist Church in North Dallas, April 23, 1987 (original: audio cassette)
- - Johnson, Peter, Dallas Chapter (Texas), Stop the Killing thank you speech, April 23, 1987 (original: audio cassette)
- - Jordon, Vernon, National Urban League president, speaking at Men's Day, West Hunter Street Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, July 13, 1971 (original: open reel tape)
- - Kent State University (Kent, Ohio), part 1 and 2: several speakers including Brenda Davenport discussing student activism and leadership, civil rights, and youth in politics, undated (original: audio cassette)
- - King, Alberta Williams, funeral services, July 1974 (original: open reel tape)
- - King, Bernice, sermon at Cascade United Methodist Church (Atlanta, Georgia), undated (original: audio cassette)
- - King, Coretta Scott, "A Message to Hospital and Nursing Home Workers," circa 1969 (original: open reel tape)
- - King, Coretta Scott, and other women, speeches, undated (original: open reel tape)
- - King, Coretta Scott, excerpt of speech "Another Lost Generation of Black Children: Can White Society Find Its Conscience?," American Psychological Association, March 31, 1969 (original: open reel tape)
- - King, Martin Luther, III, speech at church in Town Creek, Alabama, undated (original: audio cassette)
- - King, Martin Luther, III, speech on police brutality, undated (original: audio cassette)
- - King, Martin Luther, Jr., "Drum Major Instinct," speech at Ebenezer Baptist Church on February 4, 1968 (original: open reel tape)
- - King, Martin Luther, Jr., "New Wine in New Bottles," sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on January 2, 1966 (original: open reel tape)
- - King, Martin Luther, Jr., "The Domestic Impact of the War in America," speech at the University of Chicago to the National Labor Leadership for Peace on November 11, 1967 (original: open reel tape)
- - King, Martin Luther, Jr., "The Problem of Fear," conclusion of sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on March 29, 1964 (original: open reel tape)
- - King, Martin Luther, Jr., "The Problem of Fear," sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on March 29, 1964 (original: open reel tape)
- - King, Martin Luther, Jr., "Where Do We Go From Here?," excerpts from address to 10th Annual SCLC National Convention, August 16, 1967 (original: audio cassette)
- - King, Martin Luther, Jr., 14 clips from speeches by Martin Luther King, Jr, and promo spots for making King's birthday a national holiday by Nancy Wilson, Diahann Carroll, Diana Ross, Dick Gregory, Ossie Davis, Bill Cosby, Ruby Dee, Joe Williams and Sammy Davis, Jr., 1971 (original: open reel tape)
- - King, Martin Luther, Jr., clips of speech at a convention, undated (original: open reel tape)
- - King, Martin Luther, Jr., excerpt from sermon and singing "Coming Home," June 4, 1967 (original: open reel tape)
- - King, Martin Luther, Jr., excerpt of speech about "ultimate faith," undated (original: audio cassette)
- - King, Martin Luther, Jr., excerpts from two speeches including "Where Do We Go from Here" and "Address at SCLC Ministers Leadership Training Program" (original: open reel tape)
- - King, Martin Luther, Jr., Face the Nation interview, May 10, 1964; and Martin Luther King, Jr., "They Know Not" sermon, May 1964 (original: open reel tape)
- - King, Martin Luther, Jr., sermon (1) Palm Sunday sermon at Dexter Baptist Church about Mahatma Gandhi, undated; (at 46:50) "News from a Graveyard" sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church (original: open reel tape)
- - King, Martin Luther, Jr., speaking against the War in Vietnam (incomplete), undated (original: open reel tape)
- - King, Martin Luther, Jr., three clips from speeches on the passage of the Voting Rights Bill, 1965 (original: open reel tape)
- - King, Martin Luther, Sr., funeral service, Ebenezer Baptist Church (Atlanta, Georgia), November 15, 1984 (original: audio cassette)
- - King: A Filmed Record...Montgomery to Memphis, multiple takes of promo announcing premier on March 25, March 1970 (original: open reel tape)
- - King: A Filmed Record...Montgomery to Memphis, promos by Ruby Dee, Leslie Uggams, Sammy Davis, Jr., Leon Bibb, Clark Terry, Chico Hamilton, Abbey Lincoln, Max Roach, Hosea L. Williams, and Jerry Butler, March 1970 (original: open reel tape)
- - Kirby, Charles (Reverend), President of Louisville, Kentucky, SCLC Chapter, sermon in Nashville, Tennessee, 1974 (original: open reel tape)
- - Kirkpatrick, Frederick Douglas, singing "Sweet Little Jesus Boy" and other songs, December 4, 1968 (original: open reel tape)
- - Lang, Paula, 16, interview about an incident of police brutality in Grenada, Mississippi, July 5, no year (original: open reel tape)
- - Lee, Bernard, press conference on apartheid in South Africa, September 15, 1976 (original: audio cassette)
- - Levering, Robert E., recording made while student at Upton School of Social Change (Chester, Pennsylvania) "Martin Luther King Jr.'s Theory of Non-Violence" containing excerpts of MLK speeches with commentary, May 1968 (original: open reel tape)
- - Liberian American Agricultural and Industrial Corporation, man speaking at an event at the Dorchester Academy (Midway, Georgia) about his experience as a technician supporting development in underdeveloped countries, undated (original: audio cassette)
- - Lincoln, C. Eric, Hungry Club Forum (Atlanta, Georgia), describing his experiences in apartheid-era South Africa, November 29, 1992 (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1974 April 29, discussing Winn Dixie boycott (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1978 circa, sermon in response to the Jonestown Guyana tragedy (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1979 circa, speech on black patriotism in Richmond, Virginia (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1981 April 13, address at mass rally at the First Baptist Church (Montgomery, Alabama) (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1981 July, speech in Rome, Georgia, part 3 (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1981 September 8, statement following the death of Roy Wilkins (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1981 September 15, 1981, press conference regarding disqualification of Fulton County (Georgia) voters (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1981 December 3, Alabama SCLC State Conference, address at mass meeting (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1982 January 4, speech at Randy Newman Legal Defense Fund Drive (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1982 December 15, speech at Hungry Club Forum (Atlanta, Georgia) (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1984 January 3, First African Baptist Church (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1984 May 17: CBS Morning News in Chicago, Illinois and 1984 May 19, in Los Angeles, California (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1984 July 24, press conference, WAMU-FM Radio (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1984 September, press conference announcing a Poor People's Platform in preparation for national elections (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1984 October 14, Sunday Evening Live, WAOK Radio, part 1 and 2 (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1984 October 16, speech upon receiving J.D. from Atlanta University and press conference on SCLC initiatives including presidential election, April 10, 1984 (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1984 November 13, meeting with foreign journalists (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1984 November 27, Sound Off, WSB Radio, regarding South Africa arrests, part 1 (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1984 November 27, Sound Off, WSB Radio, regarding South Africa arrests, part 2 (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1985 February 16, speaking at First Baptist Church (Carrollton, Georgia) (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1985 January 9, Hungry Club Forum (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1985 February 7, Morehouse College, part 1-2 (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1985 May 17: press conference (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1985 June 27: statement on U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee's rejection of W.B. (William Bradford) Reynolds for a Justice Department promotion (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1986 January, press conference announcing end of Winn Dixie boycott (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1986, January 15, statement regarding boycott of Winn Dixie and negotiations with Big Star (Grand Union) and other companies to remove South Africa products (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1986 March 24, press conference regarding upcoming Drum Major for Justice Memorial Weekend events (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1986 June 2, press conference and WGST Radio interview about Lowery's transfer from Central United Methodist Church to Cascade United Methodist Church (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1986 August 30, public service announcement on voting (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1986, WGST Radio (Atlanta, Georgia), broadcast with Neal A. Boortz and Lowery debating issues of race, economics and crime (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1988?, sermon at Interdenominational Theological Center Chapel (Atlanta, Georgia) (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1988 April 26, in Milledgeville, Georgia discussing the Poor Peoples Platform, church service follows (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1989, "Liberty and Justice: The Civil Rights Agenda" speech at National Urban League Conference (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1990 April 3, speech at a Clayton County, Georgia school the day preceding the 22nd anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1992 July 15, Atlanta Hotline with WABE FM Radio (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1992, April 3, press conference regarding TB testing of Grady Hospital nurses (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1993 October 11, speech at Ministers' Breakfast (Charleston, South Carolina) (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1995 April 22, public service announcement about Ohio State House rally (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1996 April 4, two public service announcements regarding the Martin Luther King Memorial weekend activities (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., 1996, press conference with C.T. Vivian, Lowery and other SCLC officials regarding church burnings (15:19); interview with an SCLC official discussing the success of SCLC programs like Wings of Hope, Gun Buy Back and youth programs (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., undated, brief taped telephone conversation about Reaganomics and liberation lifestyles; Joseph E. Lowery and others speaking about Voter Registration; and Joseph E. Lowery speaking about events to celebrate the life and works of Martin Luther King, Jr., (4 separate recordings) (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., undated, press conference with Tim McDonald to discuss SCLC Task Force Committees for Black Empowerment Month, Affirmative Action and other initiatives (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., undated, public service announcement on voter turnout (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., undated, radio program announcing mass prayer service at Church of Atlanta Lighthouse (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., undated, speaking about the anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., undated, speaking at a church in Kansas City, Missouri (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., undated, speech about youth and violence at unidentified event (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., undated, speech at Hungry Club Forum at Butler Street YMCA (Atlanta, Georgia) (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., undated, speech at Savannah State College (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., undated, statement on toxic dump in Scotland County, North Carolina (original: audio cassette)
- - Lowery, Joseph E., undated, telephone conversation debating Lowery's perceived endorsement of Guy Millner in a local election (original: audio cassette)
- - Maddox, Lester endorsing John Russell as candidate for U.S. Senate, June 27, 1987 (original: audio cassette)
- - March Against Fear and Repression (Decatur, Alabama), June 8, 1979: pre-march rally (original: audio cassette)
- - March Against Fear and Repression (Decatur, Alabama), June 9, 1979 (original: audio cassette)
- - March Against Fear and Repression (Decatur, Alabama), June 9, 1979: Anne Braden, etc. (original: audio cassette)
- - March on Invasion of Angola, September 4, 1981: statements by Elias A. Blake, Jr., President of Clark College, Robert Free, President of Morris Brown College, Clarence Coleman, Dean of the School of Social Work at Atlanta University, Andrew J. Young, Joseph E. Lowery and others (original: audio cassette)
- - March on Ole Miss, University of Mississippi (Oxford, Mississippi), undated: speech by Joseph E. Lowery (original: audio cassette)
- - March on Washington, 25th anniversary (Birmingham, Alabama), 1988: speeches by Joseph E. Lowery and others (original: audio cassette)
- - March on Washington, 30th Anniversary, "Redeeming the Dream," 1993, part 1: Al Sharpton and SCLC President Martin Luther King, III (original: audio cassette)
- - March on Washington, 30th Anniversary, "Redeeming the Dream," 1993, part 2: Al Sharpton and SCLC President Martin Luther King, III (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Jr. Dinner, speech by Dick Gregory, April 4, 1985 (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Albany and Sandersville, Georgia), April 24-26, 1988: Freddy Wright, Brenda Davenport and Walt Bellamy speeches (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Albany, Georgia), April 24, 1988: Martin Luther King III and Joseph E. Lowery speeches (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Americus, Georgia), April 22, 1988, part 1: speech by Joseph E. Lowery and program at Georgia Southwestern College (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Americus, Georgia), April 22, 1988, part 2: speeches by Joseph E. Lowery and Evelyn G. Lowery at Georgia Southwestern College (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Anniston, Alabama), April 17, 1988: speech by Joseph E. Lowery and interviews with participants [beginning of tape is distorted by cb radio] (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Anniston, Alabama), April 17, 1988: speeches by Joseph E. Lowery and Coretta Scott King (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Anniston, Alabama), April 17, 1988: speeches by Joseph E. Lowery and others (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Athens, Georgia), April 29, 1988: speeches by Joseph E. Lowery and Martin Luther King III, march, and interview with Joseph E. Lowery (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Atlanta, Georgia), April 1988: speeches by Coretta Scott King, Joseph E. Lowery, and Maxine Greene (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Atlanta, Georgia), April 30, 1988 (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Augusta, Georgia), April 28, 1988: speeches by Dick Gregory and others (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Augusta, Georgia), April 28, 1988: speeches by Joseph E. Lowery, Dick Gregory, and others (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Birmingham, Alabama), April 17, 1988: E. Randel T. Osburn and Abraham Woods (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Birmingham, Alabama), April 17, 1988: Reverend Abraham Wood, Coretta Scott King (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Columbus, Georgia), April 21, 1988, parts 1-2 (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Columbus, Georgia), April 21, 1988, parts 3-4 (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Columbus, Georgia), April 21, 1988: speeches, city officials, and pilgrims (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Dothan, Alabama), April 23, 1988 (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Jackson, Mississippi), April 8, 1988: press conference with Fred Taylor and others (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Jackson, Mississippi), April 8, 1988: Martin Luther King, III and Joseph E. Lowery speaking at Jackson State University (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Keysville, Georgia), April 27, 1988: speeches by Evelyn G. Lowery, Tyrone Brooks, John Nettles and others (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Louisville, Kentucky), April 1988: speeches by Joseph E. Lowery and others) (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Lowndes County, Alabama), April 1988: at Viola Liuzzo memorial (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Memphis, Tennessee), April 4, 1988 (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Montgomery, Alabama), April 11, 1988: Fred Taylor press conference (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Opelika, Alabama), April 20, 1988 (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Sandersville, Georgia), April 24, 1988: speeches by Richard Turner and others (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Tupelo, Mississippi), April 6-7, 1988 (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Tuscaloosa, Alabama), April 16, 1988: speeches by Joseph E. Lowery, Fred D. Taylor, and others (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Tuscaloosa, Alabama), April 16, 1988: E. Randel T. Osburn and Abraham Woods (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (Tuscaloosa, Alabama), April 16, 1988: speeches by Tyrone Brooks and others at Stillman College (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday, Ecumenical Service, Joseph E. Lowery, January 19, 1987 (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial service and wreath laying ceremony, undated (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial service, April 4, 1983, various speakers (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial service, April 4, 1984: wreath laying ceremony (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial service, April 4, 1984: wreath laying ceremony, part 1-2 and African Roots Assembly (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial service, April 3, 1986 and wreath laying, April 4, 1986 (original: audio cassette)
- - Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial service, April 1992: Coretta Scott King and Joseph E. Lowery (original: audio cassette)
- - Mass meeting (Anniston, Alabama), Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Joseph E. Lowery speech, post 1988, introduction by John Nettles (original: audio cassette)
- - Mass meeting (Eutaw, Greene County, Alabama), activity center, undated: Joseph E. Lowery speech (original: audio cassette)
- - Mass meeting (Lowndes County, Alabama), February 15, 1982: Coretta Scott King speech (original: audio cassette)
- - Mass meeting, Shiloh Baptist Church (city unknown), June 18, 1982: Joseph E. Lowery speech (original: audio cassette)
- - Mass meeting, Tabernacle Baptist Church (Selma, Alabama), undated: speeches by Judge Nathaniel Walker and others [1 of 3 only] (original: audio cassette)
- - Meeting (Atlanta, Georgia), various individuals commenting on the state of the Civil Rights Movement and short range plans, opposition to the Vietnam War, and a legal motion against Julian Bond ousting him from the Georgia House of Representatives for statements he made in support of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee's opposition to the Vietnam War, 1966 (original: open reel tape)
- - Meeting (Pickens County, Georgia), January 22, 1982: Joseph E. Lowery announcing formation of the Coalition to Free Maggie Bozeman and Julia Wilder (original: audio cassette)
- - Meeting (Pickens County, Georgia), January 22, 1982: Coalition to Free Maggie Bozeman and Julia Wilder (original: audio cassette)
- - Meeting (Rome, Georgia), meeting to build a human rights coalition with several speakers: Tyrone Brooks and several other speakers [part 1-2], undated (original: audio cassette)
- - Meeting (Rome, Georgia), meeting to build a human rights coalition with several speakers: Joseph E. Lowery speaking [part 3], undated (original: audio cassette)
- - Montgomery Bus Boycott, 25th Anniversary Celebration, December 5, 1980: speech by Joseph E. Lowery (original: audio cassette)
- - Moss, Otis (Reverend), sermon on nonviolence and the theological concept of forgiveness, undated (original: open reel tape)
- - Moves for Vietnam Peace, U.S. Senator Thruston B. Morton (U.S. Senator) and Marriner S. Eccles, speeches at the National Conference of Business Executives Move for Vietnam Peace, circa 1967 (original: audio cassette)
- - Moves for Vietnam Peace, Ambassador Tran Van Dinh and Rear Admiral Arnold True speeches at the National Conference of Business Executives Move for Vietnam Peace, circa 1967 (original: audio cassette)
- - NAACP Legal Defense Fund Institute luncheon, speakers Judge William J. Casey, Senator Philip Hart and Higher Education Workshop with speakers Fred M. Hechinger and Dr. James E. Cheek, circa 1970 (original: audio cassette)
- - National Association of Black Journalists banquet (Atlanta, Georgia), speech by Jesse L. Jackson, 1984 (original: audio cassette)
- - National Conference on a Black Agenda for the 1980's (Richmond, Virginia), speeches by Jesse Jackson and Joseph E. Lowery, February 29, 1981 (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, ? Annual, undated: Leon Hall speech on equal opportunity in education (original: open reel tape)
- - National Convention, ? Annual, undated: speech by a man on the work of Leon Sullivan and SCLC, a gospel choir performance, and a board meeting, undated (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 15th Annual (Dallas, Texas), August 1972, clip from address by Angela Davis (original: open reel tape)
- - National Convention, 19th Annual (Biloxi, Mississippi), August 1976: announcement of meeting (original: open reel tape)
- - National Convention, 20th Annual (Atlanta, Georgia), August 15, 1977 (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 20th Annual (Atlanta, Georgia), August 18, 1977: Report of the nominating committee, speech by Ralph D. Abernathy, and Joseph E. Lowery speaking as newly elected President (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 21st Annual (Birmingham, Alabama), June 28, 1978 (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 21st Annual (Birmingham, Alabama), June 28, 1978: part 1-2: speech by Joseph E. Lowery (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 22nd Annual (Norfolk, Virginia), August 14-17, 1979 (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 22nd Annual (Norfolk, Virginia), August 14-17, 1979: speech by John Anderson (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 22nd Annual (Norfolk, Virginia), August 14-17, 1979: speech by Joseph E. Lowery (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 22nd Annual (Norfolk, Virginia), August 14-17, 1979: speech by Mickey Leland (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 23rd Annual (Cleveland, Ohio), August 1980: speech by Andrew J. Young (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 23rd Annual (Cleveland, Ohio), August 1980: speech by Benjamin Hooks (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 23rd Annual (Cleveland, Ohio), August 1980: speech by Joseph E. Lowery (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 23rd Annual (Cleveland, Ohio), August 1980: speech by Leon Sullivan (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 25th Annual (Birmingham, Alabama), August 10, 1982, part 1: press conference and luncheon (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 25th Annual (Birmingham, Alabama), August 10, 1982, part 2: luncheon (con't), speech by Ralph W. Canty (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 25th Annual (Birmingham, Alabama), August 10, 1982: Committee on Resolutions report and panel discussion with Reverend James Orange on labor and civil rights (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 25th Annual (Birmingham, Alabama), August 10, 1982: excerpt from press statement by Jesse Jackson relating to effectiveness of boycotts and panel discussion on peace and foreign policy (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 25th Annual (Birmingham, Alabama), August 11, 1982, part 1: Silver Anniversary Banquet (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 25th Annual (Birmingham, Alabama), August 11, 1982, part 2: Silver Anniversary Banquet closing (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 25th Annual (Birmingham, Alabama), August 11, 1982: Joseph E. Lowery presidential address, election of officers, etc. (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 25th Annual (Birmingham, Alabama), August 11, 1982: Mayor's Conference (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 25th Annual (Birmingham, Alabama), August 11, 1982: speech by Andrew J. Young (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 25th Annual (Birmingham, Alabama), August 12, 1982: Committee reports, Joseph E. Lowery, speech by Walter Mondale with introduction by Mayor Richard Arrington (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 25th Annual (Birmingham, Alabama), August 12, 1982: SCLC/W.O.M.E.N. Breakfast (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 26th Annual (Washington, D.C.), August 1983: Joseph E. Lowery presidential address and speeches by Governor Reuben Askew and greetings by others (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 27th Annual (Charlotte, North Carolina), 1984 August: Evelyn Lowery, Brenda Davenport, Joseph E. Lowery, and Andrew J. Young announcing convention events and programs (original: open reel tape)
- - National Convention, 27th Annual (Charlotte, North Carolina), August 15, 1984: press conference with Mayor Harvey Gantt and Joseph E. Lowery, and others (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 27th Annual (Charlotte, North Carolina), August 16, 1984: Joseph E. Lowery presidential address (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 27th Annual (Charlotte, North Carolina), August 16, 1984: speech by Dick Gregory (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 28th Annual (Montgomery, Alabama), August 5, 1985: press conference (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 28th Annual (Montgomery, Alabama), August 7, 1985, part 2: speeches by Dick Gregory and Joseph E. Lowery (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 28th Annual (Montgomery, Alabama), August 7, 1985: SCLC/W.O.M.E.N. dinner, speech by Judge Joyce Alexander (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 28th Annual (Montgomery, Alabama), August 7, 1985: speakers on Trade Union Movement panel (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 29th Annual (Jacksonville, Alabama), August 12, 1986: press conference (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 29th Annual (Jacksonville, Alabama), August 13, 1986: speech by Allan Boesak recipient of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Award, introduction by Joseph E. Lowery (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 29th Annual (Jacksonville, Alabama), August 13, 1986: speech by Joseph E. Lowery (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 29th Annual (Jacksonville, Alabama), August 14, 1986: Oratorical Contest (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 29th Annual (Jacksonville, Alabama), August 1986: Banquet with Coretta Scott King and Julia Wilder (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 29th Annual (Jacksonville, Alabama), August 1986: Forum I: Death Penalty and Forum II: Peace and Apartheid (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 29th Annual (Jacksonville, Alabama), August 1986: Labor, Solidarity and Civil Rights forum and Anti-Apartheid forum with Bill Lucas (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 29th Annual (Jacksonville, Alabama), August 1986: Youth Empowerment Program (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 31st Annual (New Orleans, Louisiana), August 11-14, 1987: speech by Joseph E. Lowery with introduction by John S. Nettles (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 32nd Annual (Atlanta, Georgia), August 15-18, 1989: introductions by Joseph E. Lowery and John Lewis, speech by Jack Kemp (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 32nd Annual (Atlanta, Georgia), August 15-18, 1989: speeches by Geraldine Thompson, Herbert Brown, Coretta Scott King, Albert Turner, Joseph E. Lowery, and others (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 35th Annual (Dayton, Ohio), Jesse Jackson speech, 1992 (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 35th Annual (Dayton, Ohio), Joseph E. Lowery announcement, 1992 (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 35th Annual (Dayton, Ohio), Walter Fauntroy speech, 1992 (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 37th Annual (Dallas, Texas), SCLC resolutions, 1994 (original: audio cassette)
- - National Convention, 39th Annual (Detroit, Michigan), August 11-14, 1996: public service announcements (original: audio cassette)
- - National Gathering of Black Clergy (Atlanta, Georgia), sermon delivered by Dr. Kelly Miller Smith, April 26, 1981 (original: audio cassette)
- - National Minority Golf Championship, SCLC official interviewing a student and inviting her to participate in the Drum Major for Justice Golf Tournament and several speeches, undated (original: audio cassette)
- - Nonviolence/The Birmingham story: Coretta Scott King, Andrew J. Young, and others speaking about institutionalizing the nonviolence of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s work in Birmingham, Alabama, undated (original: audio cassette)
- - North Carolina SCLC State Convention, Charlotte, North Carolina, 1987, with remarks by Joseph E. Lowery (original: audio cassette)
- - North Carolina SCLC State Convention, Charlotte, North Carolina, 1987: keynote speech by Curtis Harris (original: audio cassette)
- - Operation Breadbasket (Anniston, Alabama) project review, press conference with Joseph E. Lowery and John Nettles, October 17, 1981 (original: audio cassette)
- - Operation Military, SCLC public hearings on racial discrimination in the military, testimonies by soldiers, circa 1977, part 1 and 2 (original: audio cassette)
- - Operation Military, SCLC public hearings on racial discrimination in the military, testimonies by soldiers, circa 1977, part 3 and 4 (original: audio cassette)
- - Operation Military, SCLC public hearings on racial discrimination in the military, testimonies by soldiers, circa 1977, part 7 and 8 (original: audio cassette)
- - Operation PUSH, SCLC Day, Saturday Community Forum with guest Joseph E. Lowery and host Jesse Jackson, June 23, 1979 (original: audio cassette)
- - Ortega Coffee Plantation (Nicaragua), speech and conversations, Joseph E. Lowery with translator, 1984, part 3 (original: audio cassette)
- - Ortega Coffee Plantation (Nicaragua), speech and conversations, Joseph E. Lowery with translator, 1984, tape 11 (original: audio cassette)
- - Osburn, E. Randel T. and Brenda Davenport, on Atlanta Talks radio show discussing SCLC events and programs such as Gun Buy Back, undated (original: audio cassette)
- - Panel discussion on problems in U.S. schools and the persistence of segregation in school in the 1990s even in the wake of Brown v. Board of Education, May 1994 (original: audio cassette)
- - Poor People's Campaign, 1968 May ?, Resurrection City, Jimmy Collier performing (original: open reel tape)
- - Poor People's Campaign, 1968 May 10-19, Roy Wood and Bill Stein reporting for SCLC Radio News, various reports on activities during Poor People's Campaign and Resurrection City (original: open reel tape)
- - Poor People's Campaign, 1968 May 21-30, includes interviews with Shelley Winters, Ralph David Abernathy, Sidney Poitier, Jesse Jackson and others (original: open reel tape)
- - Poor People's Campaign, 1968 May 26, Ralph David Abernathy, Presbyterian Church and Pitts Motor Hotel, June 3, 1968 (original: open reel tape)
- - Poor People's Campaign, 1968 May 27, Ralph David Abernathy press conference with reporter Hal Lenke (original: open reel tape)
- - Poor People's Campaign, 1968 May 28, Resurrection City demonstration, Andrew J. Young on mud and rain, demonstration at Agricultural Building, Ralph David Abernathy, James Bevel, Jesse Jackson, and Joseph Robertson (original: open reel tape)
- - Poor People's Campaign, 1968 May 29, Supreme Court Building confrontation, American Indians, Larry Lichtenstein (original: open reel tape)
- - Poor People's Campaign, 1968 May 29, Supreme Court Building confrontation, Andrew J. Young and Bernard Lee (original: open reel tape)
- - Poor People's Campaign, 1968 June ?, Atlanta concert, announcements of solidarity, with Stevie Wonder, Coretta Scott King and others (original: open reel tape)
- - Poor People's Campaign, 1968 June 4, SCLC News Central at Resurrection City, Roy Wood interviews/excerpts of Cleveland Mayor Carl Strokes, Hosea Williams, James Bevel, and Reies López Tijerina (original: open reel tape)
- - Poor People's Campaign, 1968 June 7-10, Hosea Williams statement on weekend, Bayard Rustin resigns, Ralph David Abernathy statement (original: open reel tape)
- - Poor People's Campaign, 1968 June 13, Ralph David Abernathy on the arrest of a mule (original: open reel tape)
- - Poor People's Campaign, 1968 June 19, excerpt of Ralph David Abernathy promoting Solidarity Day and James Metcalf clip promoting same (original: open reel tape)
- - Poor People's Campaign, 1968 June 19, Ralph David Abernathy speech promoting Solidarity Day (original: open reel tape)
- - Poor People's Campaign, 1968 June 19, Solidarity Day promos by Coretta Scott King, James Metcalf, Bill Cosby, Robert Culp, Ossie Davis, Allen King, Marvin Gaye, Levi Stubbs of the 4 Tops, Marlon Brando, and Stevie Wonder (original: open reel tape)
- - Poor People's Campaign, 1968 June 19, Solidarity Day promos by Duke Ellington, Coretta Scott King, James Metcalf, Ossie Davis, Alan King, Marvin Gaye, Levi Stubbs of the 4 Tops, Marlon Brando, Stevie Wonder, Bill Cosby and Robert Culp (original: open reel tape)
- - Poor People's Campaign, 1968 June 24, excerpt of confrontation on Capitol Hill with Ralph David Abernathy (original: open reel tape)
- - Poor People's Campaign, 1968 August 3, Operation Breadbasket Orchestra and Choir and Ben Branch performing "We Shall Overcome" with prayer by C.T. Vivian (original: open reel tape)
- - Poor People's Campaign, 1968 August 12, excerpts of Ralph David Abernathy in jail and Hosea Williams at Resurrection City (original: open reel tape)
- - Poor People's Campaign, 1968 August 12, Resurrection City newsfeeds with reporter Roy Woods on Jesse Jackson, May Stokes and Malcolm Boyd (original: open reel tape)
- - Poor People's Campaign, 1968, excerpt of Martin Luther King, Jr. discussing availability of food and housing in Washington, at event in Albany, Georgia (original: open reel tape)
- - Poor People's Campaign, 1968, interview with Walter F. Fauntroy, speech by James Bevel, and interview with child from Morris, Mississippi (original: open reel tape)
- - Poor People's Campaign, 1968, program announcements for SCLC News Central and Resurrection City (original: open reel tape)
- - Poor People's Campaign, 1968, protest for poor people with speeches, freedom songs, and a march to the Department of Agriculture led by James Bevel and Jesse Jackson (original: open reel tape)
- - Poor People's Campaign, 1968, Roy Wood, a report by SCLC News Central retracting a media report that Jesse Jackson was relieved of duty as manager of Resurrection City and other reports on Resurrection City and the Poor People's Campaign (original: open reel tape)
- - Poor People's Campaign, 1968, unknown man speaking at an event in Washington, D.C. with a tribute to Ralph David Abernathy (original: open reel tape)
- - Poor People's Hearing (Atlanta, Georgia), April 4, 1987, part 1 (original: audio cassette)
- - Poor People's Hearing (Atlanta, Georgia), April 4, 1987, part 2 (original: audio cassette)
- - Poor People's Hearing (Atlanta, Georgia), April 4, 1987, part 3 (original: audio cassette)
- - Poor People's Hearing (Atlanta, Georgia), April 4, 1987, part 3-4 (original: audio cassette)
- - Poor People's Hearing (Atlanta, Georgia), April 4, 1987: Joseph E. Lowery speech and panel discussions (original: audio cassette)
- - Poor People's Hearing (Gulfport and Jackson, Mississippi), June 26, 1987 (original: audio cassette)
- - Press conference, Florynce Kennedy and Harold Weisberg, speaking about the case against James Earl Ray and possible conspiracies, May 4, 1971 (original: audio cassette)
- - Public Forum on Police Brutality (East Point, Georgia), November 30, 1981: opening comments, Fred D. Taylor, and statements about police brutality by victims (original: audio cassette)
- - Public hearing on Reagan cuts, speeches by Joseph E. Lowery and others, May 9, 1981 (original: audio cassette)
- - Public Policy Symposium (Birmingham, Alabama), luncheon, Gaston Lounge, March 20, 1981 (original: audio cassette)
- - Public Policy Symposium (Birmingham, Alabama), March 20, 1981 (original: audio cassette)
- - Public Policy Symposium (Birmingham, Alabama), March 20, 1981, international panel, Joseph E. Lowery speech (original: audio cassette)
- - Public Policy Symposium (Birmingham, Alabama), March 20, 1981: press conference and Joseph E. Lowery's remarks at the Interfaith Service (original: audio cassette)
- - Public Policy Symposium, (Birmingham, Alabama), March 21, 1981: domestic panel, speech by Joseph Lowery (original: audio cassette)
- - Rally (Atlanta, Georgia), "Rodney King Decision," April 30, 1992 (original: audio cassette)
- - Rally (Carrollton, Alabama) in support of Julia Wilder and Maggie Bozeman, January 9, 1982 (original: audio cassette)
- - Rally (Carrollton, Alabama), February 16, 1985 (original: audio cassette)
- - Rally (Fort Valley State College, Fort Valley, Georgia), October 26, 1984 [not an SCLC event, but representatives present] (original: audio cassette)
- - Rally (Piedmont Park, Atlanta, Georgia), September 5, 1981: voting rights rally with speeches by Coretta Scott King, Joseph E. Lowery and others (original: audio cassette)
- - Rally (Thomasville, Georgia), Joseph E. Lowery, October 23, 1986 (original: audio cassette)
- - Rally (unknown location), June 29, 1985: speeches by Joseph E. Lowery, John Conyers and others on death penalty (original: audio cassette)
- - Rally (Wrightsville, Georgia), circa 1980: speeches by various individuals; Andrew J. Young speech fragment about apartheid in South Africa and human rights, unknown event, circa 1980; and SCLC staff meeting, undated (original: audio cassette)
- - Rally for the March Against Thugs and Drugs, September 11, 1986: speeches by Joseph E. Lowery and others (original: audio cassette)
- - Rappin' for Our Future, October 14, 1986 (original: audio cassette)
- - Ray, James Earl, testimony, circa 1969 [part 2 only] (original: audio cassette)
- - Rogers, T.Y., commemoration of the life of, Eutaw, Alabama, January 18, 1971 (original: audio cassette)
- - Rustin, Bayard, statement to Ralph David Abernathy resigning as master coordinator of the June 19 mobilization, undated (original: open reel tape)
- - Sacred Rights Pilgrimage from Eufaula to Montgomery, May 1983: pre march event in Eufaula, Alabama (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC Board of Directors luncheon (Montgomery, Alabama), undated: welcome by Mrs. Johnnie Carr, speech by Mayor Richard Arrington (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC Board of Directors meeting, 1969 October 30, part 1-2 (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC Board of Directors meeting, 1969 October 30, part 3-4 (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC Board of Directors meeting, 1969 October 30, part 5-6 (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC Board of Directors meeting, 1970?, Discussion of SCLC's role in labor strikes/boycotts in Suffolk, Virginia (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC Board of Directors meeting, 1975 April 15, part 7: Bernard Lee (original: open reel tape)
- - SCLC Board of Directors meeting, 1978 circa, part 1-2: speaker from the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights discussing issues of education, fair housing, and employment and press conference with Joseph E. Lowery (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC Board of Directors meeting, 1979 April 20, part 1-2 (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC Board of Directors meeting, 1979 April 20, part 3-4 (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC Board of Directors meeting, 1979 April 20, part 5-6 (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC Board of Directors meeting, 1981 April 14: Alabama State University (Montgomery, Alabama), luncheon at which Joseph E. Lowery introduces Board members and gives short speech (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC Board of Directors meeting, 1981 April 14: Joseph E. Lowery discussing five issues at press conference at Alabama State University (Montgomery, Alabama) (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC Board of Directors meeting, 1981 April 14: various luncheon speakers, Alabama State University (Montgomery, Alabama) (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC Board of Directors meeting, 1984 April 10, part 1: and press conference with Joseph E. Lowery in Detroit, Michigan (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC Board of Directors meeting, 1984 April 10, part 2-3 (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC Board of Directors meeting, 1984 April 10, part 4: meeting and rally (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC Board of Directors meeting (Detroit, Michigan), August 1996, relating to SCLC/W.O.M.E.N. buying building (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC Board of Directors meeting, undated (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC Board of Directors meeting, undated: Vice President reports (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC Education Task Force, mass meeting, Missionary Baptist Church (Tuscaloosa, Alabama), John S. Nettles and Joseph E. Lowery, undated (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC initiation of conflict resolution proceedings for complaints of discrimination by managers of Church's Chicken stores, undated (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC planning meeting at Paschal's after Martin Luther King, Jr., death, circa 1968 (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC task force meeting to discuss black higher education in Georgia, part 1, undated (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC/W.O.M.E.N., AIDS Forum Workshop, undated, part 1: Wilhelmina Rolark, Reed Tuckson and others (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC/W.O.M.E.N., AIDS Forum Workshop, undated, part 2 (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC/W.O.M.E.N., AIDS Forum, May 30, 1987 (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC/W.O.M.E.N., Heritage Task Force event with several women speakers reporting on health and education issues in black communities, undated (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC/W.O.M.E.N., Oratorical Contest, March 22, 1981 (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC/W.O.M.E.N., Strengthening the Black Family, April 3, 1981: opening plenary session address by Ann Ashmore Poussaint, and first part of panel on the AIDS crisis and what the community can do (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC/W.O.M.E.N., Strengthening the Black Family, April 3, 1982: Media workshop (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC/W.O.M.E.N., Strengthening the Black Family, April 3, 1982: Workshop I (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC/W.O.M.E.N., Strengthening the Black Family, undated: report on the International Year of the Child by Jean Young and Pam Moore and report on the Children's Defense Fund by Alvin Poussaint (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC/W.O.M.E.N., Strengthening the Black Family, undated: panel discussion on Atlanta crisis: what can the community do (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC/W.O.M.E.N., Woman Power Forum, Shirley Chisholm, December 15, 1984, part 1 and 4 (original: audio cassette)
- - SCLC/W.O.M.E.N., Woman Power Forum, Shirley Chisholm, December 15, 1984, part 2 and 3 (original: audio cassette)
- - Scotland Neck (North Carolina) Movement, speech by unknown man regarding equal justice in the Sandra Dupree shooting case, May 1976 (original: audio cassette)
- - Selma to Montgomery March, 1965, Arthur Days (Reverend), speech at mass meeting before march, Hale County, Greensboro, Alabama, July 1965 (original: open reel tape)
- - Selma to Montgomery March, 1965, children playing with microphone and singing rally songs (original: open reel tape)
- - Selma to Montgomery March, 1965, conclusion of memorial service for James Reeb, Brown's Chapel in Selma, Alabama, March 15, 1965 (part 2) (original: open reel tape)
- - Selma to Montgomery March, 1965, end of James Reeb memorial service at Brown's Chapel in Selma, Alabama and interview with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., 1965 (original: open reel tape)
- - Selma to Montgomery March, 1965, entertainers including routine by comedian Nipsey Russell and others singing freedom/protest songs (original: open reel tape)
- - Selma to Montgomery March, 1965, first day of march, singing at barricade and comments from marchers, March 15, 1965 (original: open reel tape)
- - Selma to Montgomery March, 1965, James Reeb memorial service at Brown's Chapel in Selma, Alabama, includes Martin Luther King Jr. eulogy, March 15, 1965 (original: open reel tape)
- - Selma to Montgomery March, 1965, march of clergy up to barricade, preceded by interview with black ambulance driver, speeches on line by Hosea Williams and briefing before march by C.T. Vivian, and meeting in Brown's Chapel, March 15, 1965 (original: open reel tape)
- - Selma to Montgomery March, 1965, part 5 (original: open reel tape)
- - Selma to Montgomery March, 1965, part 8 (original: open reel tape)
- - Selma to Montgomery March, 1965, press conference with Andrew J. Young, Hosea Williams, C.T. Vivian, Ivanhoe Donaldson, Rosenthal discussing arrests of protesters (original: open reel tape)
- - Selma to Montgomery March, 1965, press conference discussing march (original: open reel tape)
- - Selma to Montgomery March, 1965, Reel A (original: open reel tape)
- - Selma to Montgomery March, 1965, Reel B (original: open reel tape)
- - Selma to Montgomery March, 1965, Reel C (original: open reel tape)
- - Selma to Montgomery March, 1965, singing "We Shall Overcome" at Selma Courthouse, March 1965 (original: open reel tape)
- - Selma to Montgomery March, 1965, singing songs and various speeches, March 1965 (original: open reel tape)
- - Selma to Montgomery March, 1965, Tuesday Massacre, interviews with victims of Bloody Sunday (March 7) and street meeting with Ray Butts (original: open reel tape)
- - Selma to Montgomery March, 1965, unknown moderator at mass meeting, singing freedom songs, directions to marchers regarding getting arrested (original: open reel tape)
- - Selma to Montgomery March, 1965, various reports about attack on Leo Haley, a student from Boston, Massachusetts, in Selma, Alabama (original: open reel tape)
- - Selma to Montgomery March, 1965, Viola Liuzzo Memorial in Selma, Alabama on June 19, 1965 (original: open reel tape)
- - Selma to Montgomery March, 1985, four public service announcements, March 3-7, 1985 (original: open reel tape)
- - Selma to Montgomery March, 20th anniversary (Selma, Alabama), March 3, 1985: speeches by Joseph E. Lowery, Coretta Scott King, Albert Turner, Benjamin Hooks, and others (original: audio cassette)
- - Selma to Montgomery March, 20th anniversary (Lowndes County, Alabama), March 4, 1985: Joseph E. Lowery speech (original: audio cassette)
- - Selma to Montgomery March, 20th anniversary (Lowndes County, Alabama), March 5, 1985: speech by Dick Gregory (original: audio cassette)
- - Selma to Montgomery March, 20th anniversary (Lowndes County, Alabama), March 6, 1985: interviews with participants, Albert Turner and others (original: audio cassette)
- - Selma to Montgomery March, 20th Anniversary, March 7, 1985 [tape 1]: speeches by John Alfred, Alvin Holmes, and William (Bill) Pollard, Bernice King, Johnnie Carr, John Lewis, and others (original: audio cassette)
- - Selma to Montgomery March, 20th Anniversary, March 7, 1985 [tape 2]: rally speeches by Joseph E. Lowery, Geraldine Thompson, Coretta Scott King, Jesse Jackson and Dick Gregory (original: audio cassette)
- - Selma to Montgomery March, 20th Anniversary, March 1985: Joseph E. Lowery promotional tape (original: audio cassette)
- - Selma to Montgomery March, 20th Anniversary, March 1985: Joseph E. Lowery speech (original: audio cassette)
- - Smythe, Hugh H., "Black Influence in American Foreign Affairs," Atlanta University Charter Day speech and Morris D. Charles, Vietnam Prisoner of War (POW), undated (original: audio cassette)
- - Songs of Selma, WNEW, radio program on the March from Selma to Montgomery through songs, 1965 (original: open reel tape)
- - Sounds from Selma, excerpts from memorial for James Reed, interviews of victims of Bloody Sunday, singing freedom songs, 1965 (original: open reel tape)
- - Sounds from Selma, excerpts of interviews with marchers, undated (original: open reel tape)
- - Sounds from Selma, introductory lead in and chants of marchers, 1965 (original: open reel tape)
- - Sounds from Selma, program on the Selma to Montgomery March and Bloody Sunday (March 7, 1965) with participants in the march speaking about their experiences, a recording of the memorial service for James Reeb with Ralph David Abernathy speaking, and other recorded clips from the event, 1965 (original: open reel tape)
- - Southside High School, SCLC student program with speakers, undated (original: audio cassette)
- - Steele, Charles Kenzie, funeral service, August 1980 (original: audio cassette)
- - Stein, W.S., introduction of Andrew J. Young (but no recording of the actual speech) and clip of Ralph David Abernathy's statement on elevation to SCLC Presidency and statement of rededication, 1968 (original: open reel tape)
- - Summer Conference on Community Organizing and Political Education Project (SCOPE), interviews with orientation attendees in Atlanta, 1965 (original: open reel tape)
- - Summit with Joseph E. Lowery, Cornel West, Louis Farrakhan and other leaders with introductions by Ed Gordon, undated (original: audio cassette)
- - Taylor, Fred, and other SCLC officials meeting with a woman seeking support in relation to her daughter's suicide, undated (original: audio cassette)
- - Taylor, Fred, speech before a protest march in Vidalia, Georgia, September 18, 1990 (original: audio cassette)
- - Third Baptist Church (San Francisco, California), Conference on Jim Jones, the Jonestown Guyana tragedy and black communities, circa 1978, part ?-? (original: audio cassette)
- - Third Baptist Church (San Francisco, California), Conference on Jim Jones, the Jonestown Guyana tragedy and black communities, circa 1978, part 3-4 (original: audio cassette)
- - Third Baptist Church (San Francisco, California), Conference on Jim Jones, the Jonestown Guyana tragedy and black communities, circa 1978, part 5-6 (original: audio cassette)
- - Third Baptist Church (San Francisco, California), Conference on Jim Jones, the Jonestown Guyana tragedy and black communities, circa 1978, part 9-10 (original: audio cassette)
- - Third Baptist Church, Conference on Jim Jones, the Jonestown Guyana tragedy and black communities, circa 1978, part 13-14 (original: audio cassette)
- - Third Baptist Church (San Francisco, California), Conference on Jim Jones, the Jonestown Guyana tragedy and black communities, circa 1978, part 15-16 (original: audio cassette)
- - Turner, Ted, meeting with Joseph E. Lowery and other SCLC officials relating to exclusion in baseball, undated (original: audio cassette)
- - Unidentified individual, speech, undated (original: audio cassette)
- - Unidentified individuals, taped telephone conversation, undated (original: audio cassette)
- - United Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A., Division of Radio and Television, excerpt of a Presbyterian minister speaking about participating in civil rights demonstrations, July 1969 (original: open reel tape)
- - Unknown man speaking about experiences as a Prisoner of War in Vietnam during the Carter Administration, circa 1977-1981; press conference with Andrew Young discussing new policies as mayor of Atlanta, circa 1982-1990; Carol Anne McBride from the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation of Atlanta discussing putting a bill before Congress, undated; SCLC official (Joseph E. Lowery?) being interviewed during the Annual Convention, undated; press conference with Andrew J. Young during his campaign for re-election, circa 1986; report of the nominating committee with Joseph E. Lowery speaking as newly elected President, 20th Annual National Convention, August 18, 1977 (original: audio cassette)
- - Unknown speaker, Speech on class distinctions within the black community, undated (original: open reel tape)
- - Unknown speaker, Speech on lack of confidence in the government and social malaise, undated (original: open reel tape)
- - Unknown speakers, Women being interviewed about course at Columbia University on community engagement, undated (original: open reel tape)
- - Vidalia, Georgia, panel discusion at SCLC event about police brutality, poverty, and civil rights), undated (original: audio cassette)
- - Vivian, C.T., soliciting questions for discussion at a workshop, Selma, Alabama, July 1969 (original: open reel tape)
- - Voices of Anniston, recordings of five musical selections, undated (original: open reel tape)
- - WTRA (Radio station: Springfield, Illinois), interviews by Mbanna Kantako (originally named DeWayne Readus) with victims of police brutality, Springfield, Illinois, February 1989 (original: audio cassette)
- - Walker, Wyatt T., speech about collapse of the communism in Dallas, Texas, 1989 (original: open reel tape)
- - Williams, Hosea, 1966 July 22, speaking at rally in Mississippi [poor quality] (original: open reel tape)
- - Williams, Hosea, 1969 July, press conference on WAGA-TV and statement on Americus, Georgia murder (original: open reel tape)
- - Williams, Hosea, 1969 June 12, Robert Finch (Secretary of the U.S. Health, Education, and Welfare) and Coretta Scott King at mass meeting (Washington, D.C.) (original: open reel tape)
- - Williams, Hosea, 1971 circa, meeting about the Poor Peoples Campaign and voting rights (original: audio cassette)
- - Williams, Hosea, 1978 circa, discussing firing of Reggie Eaves as Public Safety Commissioner in Atlanta (original: open reel tape)
- - Williams, Juanita, interview relating to the effect of visit to Vietnam orphanages of mixed race children that lead to the establishment of Viet-American Children's Program, February 2, 1972 (original: open reel tape)
- - Wings of Hope Anti-Drug Program, Orlando Planning Conference, Jim Gurule, Justice Department, circa 1992 (original: audio cassette)
- - Wings of Hope Anti-Drug Program, Orlando Planning Conference, Tony Evans, Justice Department, circa 1992 (original: audio cassette)
- - Wings of Hope Anti-Drug Program, Orlando Planning Conference, Tony Evans, Justice Department, circa 1992 (original: audio cassette)
- - World AIDS Day, December 1, 1983 (original: audio cassette)
- - World AIDS Day, undated (original: audio cassette)
- - Yale Divinity student in an argument with a man outside a church that discriminates based on skin color and a discussion about techniques for using audio equipment, undated [poor quality] (original: open reel tape)
- - Yazoo, Mississippi, Bill Vaugn of the UPI interviewing Ted Alexander who was sent by the Klu Klux Klan to observe march, ca. June 1966 (original: open reel tape)
- - Young, Andrew J., 1965 August 11, reel 3 (original: open reel tape)
- - Young, Andrew J., 1970 circa, film promos for King: A Filmed Record from Montgomery to Memphis (original: open reel tape)
- - Young, Andrew J., 1972 May 10, Hungry Club Forum (original: open reel tape)
- - Young, Andrew J., 1976 December 23, speech at Hungry Club Forum (Atlanta, Georgia) (original: audio cassette)
- - Young, Andrew, 1977 circa, speech at Salem Baptist Church (Atlanta, Georgia) (original: audio cassette)
- - Young, Andrew J., 1986 August 21, public service announcement "I'm Mayor Andrew Young" and March Against Thugs and Drugs (original: audio cassette)
- - Youth Empowerment Conference, (Charleston, South Carolina), October 12, 1993, part 2: Joseph E. Lowery speaker (original: audio cassette)
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