Subseries 2.3
President Joseph E. Lowery files, 1968-1997
Boxes 87 - 162; OP2 - 4

Biographical Note

Joseph E. Lowery was born in Huntsville, Alabama, on October 6, 1924. Lowery graduated from seminary in 1950 and was ordained as a Methodist minister. The same year, he married Evelyn Gibson. Lowery was a young pastor in Mobile, Alabama, during the bus boycotts of the 1950s, and a founding member of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference in 1957. He was active in the movement throughout the 1960s, marching alongside Martin Luther King, Jr. from Selma to Montgomery in 1965. He also was Chairman of the Board of Directors of the SCLC through much of the 1960s and 1970s. In 1977, following the resignation of Ralph David Abernathy, Lowery assumed the presidency of SCLC, a position he held until 1997.

Under his leadership, SCLC continued to employ the use of nonviolent direct action to achieve greater equality. The organization focused on securing economic justice for the poor and voting rights for the disenfranchised, but also took on more international interests. In 1979, Lowery and several other civil rights leaders, including Andrew Young, met with the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) to discuss peace in the Middle East. The meeting caused great controversy and ultimately led to Young's resignation as United States Ambassador to the United Nations. In the 1980s, SCLC also became deeply involved in the fight to end Apartheid in South Africa. In 1985, objecting to the sale of South African products in Winn-Dixie grocery stores, Lowery led a boycott of the chain that ultimately ended in the store pulling all South African products from their shelves.

Lowery was also minister of Central United Methodist Church and Cascade United Methodist Church, both in Atlanta. He retired from the ministry in 1992.

Scope and Content Note

The subseries consists of records from the presidency of Joseph E. Lowery, including correspondence, administrative records, speeches, statements and other writings, and subject files. Correspondence for many years is incomplete. Of particular note, however, is correspondence from 1979, which contains many letters in response to Lowery's meeting with the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO).

The administrative records detail day to day operations in the national office, especially efforts in the area of economic development. Files for the Development Corporation Baton Rouge-SCLC, Inc. chronicle the construction and management of low income housing for the elderly in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Also of note are files relating to other major SCLC programs, including the Alabama Tri-County Project, a grant funded project to alleviate poverty in three rural Alabama counties. Also documented are programs such as the Poor People's Crusade, Wings of Hope Anti-drug Program, the economic covenant with Shoney's, and the boycott of Winn-Dixie grocery stores, in addition to various marches and rallies sponsored by SCLC throughout the 1980s.

Subject files contain materials relating to other organizations and interests not directly concerned with the daily operation of SCLC. These files document Lowery's service on the board of the Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change and other organizations, his interest and involvement in the legal case of Reverend Sun Myung Moon, as well as his efforts in other legal cases. Many subject files contain correspondence.

Arrangement Note

Arranged by record type, then in chronological or alphabetical order.

Correspondence
Box Folder Content
87 1 Draft letters
87 2 Letter fragments
87 3 Undated [1 of 2]
87 4 Undated [2 of 2]
87 5 1977 January-July
87 6 1977 August
87 7 1977 September
87 8 1977 October-December
88 1 1978 January-May
88 2 1978 June-August
88 3 1978 September-October
88 4 1978 November
88 5 1978 December
88 6 1979 circa
89 1 1979 January-March
89 2 1979 April-May
89 3 1979 June-July
89 4 1979 August 1-21
89 5 1979 August 22-26
90 1 1979 August 27-31
90 2 1979 September 1-7
90 3 1979 September 8-21
90 4 1979 September 22-30
90 5 1979 circa October
90 6 1979 October 1-6
91 1 1979 October 8-14
91 2 1979 October 15-21
91 3 1979 October 22-31
91 4 1979 November 1-7
91 5 1979 November 8-14
91 6 1979 November 15-30
92 1 1979 December 1-6
92 2 1979 December 7-27
92 3 1980 circa
92 4 1980 January
92 5 1980 February
92 6 1980 March
92 7 1980 April
92 8 1980 May
93 1 1980 June
93 2 1980 July
93 3 1980 August
93 4 1980 September
93 5 1980 October
93 6 1980 November
93 7 1980 December
94 1 1981 circa
94 2 1981 January
94 3 1981 February
94 4 1981 March
94 5 1981 April
94 6 1981 May
94 7 1981 June
94 8 1981 July 1-14
94 9 1981 July 15-31
95 1 1981 August
95 2 1981 September 1-14
95 3 1981 September 15-30
95 4 1981 October
95 5 1981 November
95 6 1981 December
96 1 1982 circa
96 2 1982 January
96 3 1982 February
96 4 1982 March
96 5 1982 April
96 6 1982 May
96 7 1982 June
96 8 1982 July-September
96 9 1982 October-December
97 1 1983 January-March
97 2 1983 April-May
97 3 1983 June-August
97 4 1983 September
97 5 1983 October
97 6 1983 November-December
97 7 1984 January
98 1 1984 February
98 2 1984 March 1-7
98 3 1984 March 8-21
98 4 1984 March 22-30
98 5 1984 April
98 6 1984 May
99 1 1984 June
99 2 1984 July
99 3 1984 August
99 4 1984 September
99 5 1984 October 1-15
99 6 1984 October 16-31
99 7 1984 November
99 8 1984 December
100 1 1985 January 2-21
100 2 1985 January 22-31
100 3 1985 February
100 4 1985 March
100 5 1985 April
100 6 1985 May
101 1 1985 June
101 2 1985 July
101 3 1985 August 1-12
101 4 1985 August 13-30
101 5 1985 September
101 6 1985 circa October
101 7 1985 October 1-18
102 1 1985 October 21-31
102 2 1985 November
102 3 1985 December
102 4 1986 circa January, Get well cards
102 5 1986 January 2-21
102 6 1986 January 22-31
102 7 1986 February 3-17
103 1 1986 February 20-28
103 2 1986 March
103 3 1986 April 1-15
103 4 1986 April 16-30
103 5 1986 May 1-6
103 6 1986 May 7-14
104 1 1986 May 15-30
104 2 1986 June 1-10
104 3 1986 June 11-24
104 4 1986 June 25-30
104 5 1986 July
104 6 1986 August-December
105 1 1987 circa
105 2 1987 January-February
105 3 1987 March 1-13
105 4 1987 March 16-30
105 5 1987 April-July
105 6 1987 August-December
105 7 1988 circa
105 8 1988 January-March
105 9 1988 April
106 1 1988 May
106 2 1988 June
106 3 1988 July-December
106 4 1989 circa
106 5 1989 January-September
106 6 1989 October-December
106 7 1990 January
107 1 1990 February-March
107 2 1990 April
107 3 1990 May
107 4 1990 June
107 5 1990 July-December
107 6 1991 circa
107 7 1991 January-September
108 1 1991 October-December
108 2 1992 circa
108 3 1992 January-February
108 4 1992 March
108 5 1992 April
108 6 1992 May
108 7 1992 June
109 1 1992 July
109 2 1992 August
109 3 1992 September-December
109 4 1993 January-May
109 5 1993 June
109 6 1993 July
110 1 1993 August
110 2 1993 September 1-14
110 3 1993 September 15-30
110 4 1993 October
110 5 1993 November 1-4
110 6 1993 November 5-29
110 7 1993 December
110 8 1994 circa
111 1 1994 January-February
111 2 1994 March
111 3 1994 April
111 4 1994 May 2-12
111 5 1994 May 13-24
111 6 1994 June
111 7 1994 July-November
112 1 1995
112 2 1996
112 3 1997-1998
Administrative records
112 4 40th Anniversary Committee for Joseph E. Lowery, 1988
112 5 Acker, Kathy, 1991
112 6 Activity logs, undated
112 7 Activity logs, 1978-1993
112 8 Alabama black officials victory meeting, 1985
112 9 Alabama Tri-County Project, undated [See also Subseries 10.6: Alabama Tri-County Project records]
112 10 Alabama Tri-County Project, 1978-1980
112 11 Alabama Tri-County Project, 1981
113 1 Alabama Tri-County Project, 1982-1984
113 2 Appointment calendar, undated
113 3 Appointment calendar, August 1980-December 1981
113 4 Appointment calendar, July 1981-December 1982
113 5 Appointment calendar, July 1983-June 1984
113 6 Appointment calendar, July 1984-June 1985
113 7 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., anniversary, undated
113 8 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 16th anniversary, 1984
113 9 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 17th anniversary, 1985
113 10 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 20th anniversary, 1988
113 11 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 22nd anniversary, 1990
113 12 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 23rd anniversary, 1991
113 13 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 25th anniversary, 1993
113 14 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 26th anniversary, 1994
113 15 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 27th anniversary, 1995
113 16 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 29th anniversary, 1997
113 17 Assurance of Compliance with the Office of Economic Opportunity's Regulations under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 1980
113 18 Atlanta, Georgia Chamber of Commerce, membership information, 1986
114 1 Biographical sketches, undated
114 2 Birthday observances for Martin Luther King, Jr., 1979-1985
114 3 Board of Directors, undated
114 4 Board of Directors, 1977
114 5 Board of Directors, 1978
114 6 Board of Directors, 1979
114 7 Board of Directors, 1980-1983
114 8 Board of Directors, 1984-1989
114 9 Board of Directors, 1991-1996
OP2 - Board of Directors, retreat notes, 1986
114 10 Brock Tours and Travel, 1984
114 11 Brown, Thomas (Reverend), 1977-1979
114 12 Business card, undated
114 13 Calendar of events, 1987
114 14 Calimee, Tommy, circa 1981-1983
115 1 Certificates, circa 1980-1989
115 2 Chapters and Affiliates, Alabama, Gaston chapter, circa 1978 [See also Subseries 5.2: Chapter files]
115 3 Chapters and Affiliates, Alabama, Hueytown chapter, 1991
115 4 Chapters and Affiliates, Alabama, Huntsville chapter, 1989
115 5 Chapters and Affiliates, Alabama, Montgomery county chapter, 1992
115 6 Chapters and Affiliates, Alabama state chapter, 1991-1992
115 7 Chapters and Affiliates, Alabama, Tuscaloosa chapter, 1986
115 8 Chapters and Affiliates, California, Los Angeles chapter, 1978-1992
115 9 Chapters and Affiliates, Florida, Ft. Walton Beach chapter, 1992-1993
115 10 Chapters and Affiliates, Florida, Greater Miami and Dade County chapter, 1980-1982
115 11 Chapters and Affiliates, Florida, Pensacola chapter, 1992
115 12 Chapters and Affiliates, Florida, Plant City chapter, 1992
115 13 Chapters and Affiliates, Florida, St. Petersburg chapter, 1988-1993
115 14 Chapters and Affiliates, Florida, Tallahassee chapter, 1988-1993
115 15 Chapters and Affiliates, general, 1979-1986
115 16 Chapters and Affiliates, Georgia, Baldwin County chapter, 1992
115 17 Chapters and Affiliates, Georgia, Clayton County chapter, 1992
115 18 Chapters and Affiliates, Georgia, Gainesville chapter, 1992-1994
115 19 Chapters and Affiliates, Georgia, Macon/Bibb County chapter, 1981
115 20 Chapters and Affiliates, Illinois, Chicago chapter, 1979-1991
115 21 Chapters and Affiliates, Illinois, Chicago Suburban chapter, 1978
115 22 Chapters and Affiliates, Illinois-Iowa chapter, 1988
115 23 Chapters and Affiliates, Indiana Christian Leadership Conference, 1978
115 24 Chapters and Affiliates, Indiana, Marion chapter, 1977-1992
115 25 Chapters and Affiliates, Louisiana, Baton Rouge chapter, 1992
115 26 Chapters and Affiliates, Louisiana, Northshore chapter, Slidell, Louisiana, 1991
115 27 Chapters and Affiliates, Louisiana state chapter, 1981-1991
115 28 Chapters and Affiliates, Maryland, Baltimore chapter, 1992-1993
115 29 Chapters and Affiliates, Maryland, Prince George's County chapter, 1991-1992
115 30 Chapters and Affiliates, Maryland, Rockville chapter, 1992
115 31 Chapters and Affiliates, Michigan state chapter, 1991-1992
115 32 Chapters and Affiliates, Missouri, Kansas City chapter, 1984
115 33 Chapters and Affiliates, Missouri, St. Louis chapter, 1988-1989
115 34 Chapters and Affiliates, New Mexico, Albuquerque chapter, 1992
115 35 Chapters and Affiliates, New York, Erie County chapter, 1987
115 36 Chapters and Affiliates, North Carolina, Charlotte/Mecklenburg County chapter, 1983
115 37 Chapters and Affiliates, Ohio, Cincinnati chapter, 1992
115 38 Chapters and Affiliates, Ohio, Cleveland chapter, 1988-1989
115 39 Chapters and Affiliates, Ohio, Dayton chapter, 1993
115 40 Chapters and Affiliates, South Carolina, Charleston chapter, 1991
115 41 Chapters and Affiliates, South Carolina state chapter, undated
115 42 Chapters and Affiliates, Tennessee, Memphis chapter, 1988-1992
115 43 Chapters and Affiliates, Texas, Dallas chapter, 1991
115 44 Chapters and Affiliates, Virginia, Danville/Pittsylvania County chapter, 1996
115 45 Chapters and Affiliates, Virginia state chapter, 1982-1993
115 46 Chapters and Affiliates, Washington, D.C. chapter, 1992
115 47 Children's Christmas party, 1989
115 48 Citizens Against Nuclear War, circa 1984-1985
115 49 The Civil/Human Rights Celebration, 1990
115 50 Civil Rights Act, 1990-1991
115 51 Coalition against Fear and Intimidation, Forsyth County, Georgia, 1987
116 1 Coalition to Change the Georgia State Flag, 1992-1993 [See also Subseries 7.2: Department of Direct Action office files]
116 2 Coalition for Economic Justice, 1988-1990
116 3 Coca Cola Company Centennial Celebration, 1986
116 4 Committee on Higher Education, desegregation of the University System of Georgia, undated
116 5 Committee on Higher Education, desegregation of the University System of Georgia, 1974
116 6 Committee on Higher Education, desegregation of the University System of Georgia, July 1977
116 7 Committee on Higher Education, desegregation of the University System of Georgia, September 1977 [1 of 2]
116 8 Committee on Higher Education, desegregation of the University System of Georgia, September 1977 [2 of 2]
116 9 Committee on Higher Education, desegregation of the University System of Georgia, December 1977
116 10 Committee on Higher Education, desegregation of the University System of Georgia, 1978 [1 of 2]
116 11 Committee on Higher Education, desegregation of the University System of Georgia, 1978 [2 of 2]
117 1 Committee on Higher Education, desegregation of the University System of Georgia, 1979-1981
117 2 Committee on Higher Education, desegregation of the University System of Georgia, January-July 1983
117 3 Committee on Higher Education, desegregation of the University System of Georgia, August 3, 1983 [1 of 3]
117 4 Committee on Higher Education, desegregation of the University System of Georgia, August 3, 1983 [2 of 3]
117 5 Committee on Higher Education, desegregation of the University System of Georgia, August 3, 1983 [3 of 3]
117 6 Committee on Higher Education, desegregation of the University System of Georgia, August 5-23, 1983
117 7 Committee on Higher Education, desegregation of the University System of Georgia, 1984
117 8 Communications/Public Relations, 1982-1992
117 9 Community Reinvestment Act challenge to C&S Bank, 1990-1991 [See also Series 12: Other department records]
117 10 Community Reinvestment Act challenge to Trust Company Bank, 1986-1987
118 1 Community Reinvestment Act challenge to Trust Company Bank, 1988
118 2 Community Reinvestment Act challenge to Trust Company Bank, 1989
118 3 Community Reinvestment Act challenge to Trust Company Bank, 1990
118 4 Comprehensive Employment and Training for Atlanta (CETA) program, undated
118 5 Comprehensive Employment and Training for Atlanta (CETA) program, 1975-1979
118 6 Comprehensive Employment and Training for Atlanta (CETA) program, 1980-1982
118 7 Computer needs evaluation, 1991-1992
118 8 Conference on Concerns for the Continuing Integrity of Black Higher Education, 1978
118 9 Constitution and By-laws of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (photocopy), undated
118 10 Constitution and By-laws of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, as Revised and Adopted at the SCLC Annual Convention, August 15, 1968
118 11 "A Consultation on the Implications of Jonestown for the Black Church and the Nation," 1979
118 12 Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans, circa 1983-1984 [See also Subseries 10.7: Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans records]
118 13 Crisis Intervention Committee, circa 1989 [See also Series 8: Crisis Intervention Committee records]
119 1 Davis Advertising Agency, 1984
119 2 Deed of gift, donation of published material to Smithsonian Institution, 1977
119 3 Development Corporation Baton Rouge-SCLC, Inc., Wesley Plaza Apartments, undated
119 4 Development Corporation Baton Rouge-SCLC, Inc., Wesley Plaza Apartments, 1977
119 5 Development Corporation Baton Rouge-SCLC, Inc., Wesley Plaza Apartments, 1978-1981
119 6 Development Corporation Baton Rouge-SCLC, Inc., Wesley Plaza Apartments, January-April 1982
119 7 Development Corporation Baton Rouge-SCLC, Inc., Wesley Plaza Apartments, May-November 1982
119 8 Development Corporation Baton Rouge-SCLC, Inc., Wesley Plaza Apartments, 1983-1984
120 1 Development Corporation Baton Rouge-SCLC, Inc., Wesley Plaza apartments, 1985-1986
120 2 Development Corporation Baton Rouge-SCLC, Inc., Wesley Plaza Apartments, 1987-1989
120 3 Development Corporation Baton Rouge-SCLC, Inc., Wesley Plaza Apartments, 1990-1993
120 4 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. International Freedom Games, 1978-1983
120 5 Eastern Airlines, 1982
120 6 Election day "Get Out the Vote" volunteers, undated
120 7 Endorsements, 1981
120 8 Eskridge, Chauncey, 1977-1980
120 9 Executive Staff meeting, 1990
120 10 Fauntroy, Walter E., 1981-1992
120 11 Financial records, fundraising, 1977-1990
121 1 Financial records, general, 1980-1990
121 2 Fragments
121 3 Grant proposal to the National Endowment for the Humanities, 1991
121 4 Greene, William, 1982
121 5 Haiti, circa 1994
121 6 Haitian refugees, circa 1981-1982
121 7 Haitian refugees, 1983
121 8 Haitian refugees, 1991-1993
121 9 Henderson, Cornelius L., 1982
121 10 History of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, undated
121 11 History of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, 1991
121 12 Information requests, 1988
121 13 Interviews and media appearances, undated
121 14 Interviews and media appearances, 1979-1995
121 15 King, Rodney, 1991
121 16 Legal records, Amicus curiae briefs, 1984-1991
121 17 Legal records, Brenda Taylor-Hines v. SCLC, 1989
122 1 Legal records, Brown v. The Invisible Empire, Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, 1989-1991
122 2 Legal records, Browning-Ferris Industries of Georgia, Inc. v. Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Inc., 1979
122 3 Legal records, Charles Wallace, et. al., v. The Small Business Administration, 1981
122 4 Legal records, defamation claim against Commentary, 1986
122 5 Legal records, estate of Ada M. Moore, 1987-1992
122 6 Legal records, estate of Carrie O. Browning, 1991
122 7 Legal records, estate of Irene Good Coombes, 1986
122 8 Legal records, estate of Mary P. Lohr, 1980
122 9 Legal records, estate of Ralph L. Peters, 1994
122 10 Legal records, George M. Sands v. Abraham Woods, Jr.; Joseph Lowery; Birmingham Chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Southern Christian Leadership Conference, et al., 1980
122 11 Legal records, Goode Brothers Poultry Company, Inc. v. United Steelworkers of America, Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Gloria Bateman, Calvin Grier, Norris North, Rodney Weldon, Larry Williams, and Hosea L. Williams, 1978
122 12 Legal records, police report following the theft of an air conditioner, 1995
122 13 Legal records, search warrant, 1978
122 14 Legal records, Southern Christian Leadership Conference, et. al., v. Clarence M. Kelley, et al., 1984
122 15 Legal records, State of Alabama v. Benjamin F. Cox and Bennie J. Hays, 1988
122 16 Legal records, statements of interest, 1988
122 17 Legal records, Telecom/USA v. Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Inc., 1989-1993
122 18 Letters of referral, 1981-1983
122 19 Long County School expulsions, Ludowici, Georgia, 1985
122 20 Macy's, 1985
122 21 Mail logs, 1978
123 1 Mail logs, 1979-1981
123 2 Mail logs, 1987
123 3 Mail logs, 1992
123 4 Mailing lists, 1986
123 5 Mandela, Nelson, visit to the United States, 1990
123 6 March Against Fear and Injustice, Decatur, Alabama, 1979
123 7 March from Pickens County to Montgomery, Alabama in support of Maggie Bozeman and Julia Wilder, 1982
123 8 March on Washington, 20th anniversary mobilization, 1982-1984
123 9 March on Washington, 25th anniversary mobilization, 1988
123 10 March on Washington, 30th anniversary mobilization, 1993
123 11 March, unidentified, 1990
123 12 Martin Luther King, Jr. Open Tennis Tournament, 1985
123 13 Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice, 1988
123 14 Martin Luther King Speaks, circa 1978-1982 [See also Series 11: Martin Luther King Speaks records] Martin Luther King Speaks records]
123 15 Meeting agendas, 1978-1989
123 16 Meeting minutes, 1978-1993
123 17 Memoranda, undated
123 18 Memoranda, 1977-1979
123 19 Memoranda, 1980-1985
124 1 Memoranda, 1986-1991
124 2 Memoranda, 1992
124 3 Memoranda, 1993-1998
124 4 Messages, 1981-1998
124 5 Ministerial dinner with Joseph E. Lowery, 1984
124 6 Minority Economic Financial Assistance Corporation, 1994
124 7 Moral Energy Conference, circa 1978-1979
124 8 National Convention, undated
124 9 National Convention, 20th annual, 1977
124 10 National Convention, 21st annual, 1978
124 11 National Convention, 22nd annual, 1979
125 1 National Convention, 23rd annual, 1980
125 2 National Convention, 24th annual, 1980-1981 [1 of 2]
125 3 National Convention, 24th annual, 1980-1981 [2 of 2]
125 4 National Convention, 25th annual, 1982 [1 of 2]
125 5 National Convention, 25th annual, 1982 [2 of 2]
125 6 National Convention, 26th annual, 1983
125 7 National Convention, 27th annual, 1984
126 1 National Convention, 28th annual, 1985
126 2 National Convention, 29th annual, 1986
126 3 National Convention, 30th annual, 1987
126 4 National Convention, 31st annual, 1988
126 5 National Convention, 32nd annual, 1989
126 6 National Convention, 33rd annual, 1990
126 7 National Convention, 34th annual, 1991
126 8 National Convention, 35th annual, 1992
126 9 National Convention, 36th annual, 1993
126 10 National Convention, 37th annual, 1994
126 11 National Convention, 39th annual, 1996
126 12 National Convention, 40th annual, 1997
126 13 "National Newspaper Proposal for SCLC," 1989
126 14 "A Needs Assessment Manual: For Evaluating the Housing and Economic Development Needs of Low Income Socio-Economic Groups," undated
127 1 Notes and notebooks, undated [1 of 2]
127 2 Notes and notebooks, undated [2 of 2]
127 3 Operation Breadbasket, economic agreement with Food Giant, Inc., 1981-1992 [See also Subseries 10.4: Operation Breadbasket records]
127 4 Operation Breadbasket, general administrative records, undated
127 5 Operation Breadbasket, general administrative records, 1981-1994
127 6 People to People Tour, 1995-1996
127 7 Personnel, assignments from the president, 1978-1987
127 8 Personnel, field staff, undated
127 9 Personnel, former, undated
127 10 Personnel, former, 1983-1987
127 11 Personnel, job descriptions, undated
127 12 Personnel, job descriptions, 1978-1986
127 13 Personnel policy manuals, undated
127 14 Personnel policy manuals, 1982-1994
127 15 Personnel rosters, undated
127 16 Personnel rosters, 1980-1987
127 17 PGA Tour anti-discrimination policy/Shoal Creek Country Club, Birmingham, Alabama, 1989-1990
127 18 PGA Tour anti-discrimination policy/Shoal Creek Country Club, Birmingham, Alabama, 1991
127 19 Piccadilly Cafeteria, Inc., agreement with the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, officially representing employees of Piccadilly's Atlanta, Georgia stores, 1977
128 1 Pilgrimage to Washington for Voting Rights, Peace, Economic Justice, 1982 [1 of 2]
128 2 Pilgrimage to Washington for Voting Rights, Peace, Economic Justice, 1982 [2 of 2]
128 3 Poor People's Achievement Festival, 1977
128 4 Poor People's Crusade, undated [See also Subseries 10.3: Poor People's Campaign records and Subseries 7.2: Department of Direct Action office files]
128 5 Poor People's Crusade, 1986-1987
128 6 Poor People's Crusade, 1988
128 7 Prayer vigil against apartheid, 1985
128 8 Prisoners Against Crime program proposal, 1981
128 9 Proclamation, Southern Christian Leadership Conference Day, High Point, North Carolina, July 20, 1989
128 10 Program activities, undated
128 11 Program summaries, undated
128 12 "Project Management Plan submitted for Department of Housing and Urban Development Cooperative Agreement H-006-CA," 1978
128 13 Property, owned by SCLC, 1991
128 14 Property, rented by SCLC, 1979-1990
128 15 Proposal to include insurance coverage of SCLC staff, circa 1980
128 16 Proposed financial plan for Georgia, undated
128 17 Protac, the re-usable gas pump mitt, undated
128 18 Protests of The Southern Company's involvement in South Africa, 1977-1986
128 19 Public Policy Symposium, 1981
128 20 Public Policy Symposium, 1982
128 21 Publix Super Markets, 1992
128 22 Racism and discrimination in the gospel music industry, conference call, 1991
128 23 Rally against Drugs and Thugs, 1986
129 1 Sampson, Al (Reverend), 1980
129 2 Samuels, Rita, circa 1991-1992
129 3 Schedules and itineraries, undated
129 4 Schedules and itineraries, 1977-1987
129 5 Schedules and itineraries, 1992-1994
129 6 Schedules and itineraries, 1995-1997
129 7 Schedules and itineraries, unidentified, undated
129 8 Schedules and itineraries, unidentified, 1984-1985
129 9 SCLC and African American Religious Denominational State Presidents state capitol meetings, 1997
129 10 SCLC Anti-Drug Campaign, 1989
129 11 SCLC Archives Project, undated
129 12 SCLC/Atlanta Task Force, 1985
129 13 SCLC Christmas party, circa 1986-1988
OP3 - SCLC Emergency Summit, Action Task Force Committee strategy meeting, undated
129 14 SCLC/Georgia Legislative Black Caucus meeting, 1985
129 15 SCLC history on video, 1988
129 16 SCLC Hospital, 1975
129 17 SCLC life memberships, 1987-1991
129 18 SCLC Minister's Luncheon, 1988
129 19 SCLC television program, 1991-1994
129 20 SCLC/W.O.M.E.N., Drum Major for Justice Awards Dinner, 1980-1991
129 21 SCLC/W.O.M.E.N., Drum Major for Justice Golf Classic, 1987-1991
129 22 SCLC/W.O.M.E.N., general, 1990-1992
129 23 SCLC/W.O.M.E.N., National AIDS Program, 1987-1990
129 24 SCLC/W.O.M.E.N., National AIDS Program, 1991-1992
129 25 Selective buying campaign, Eufaula, Alabama, 1983
129 26 Selma to Montgomery March, 20th anniversary, 1984-1985
129 27 Selma to Montgomery March, 25th anniversary, 1989-1990
129 28 Sharp Advertising, 1992
130 1 Shoney's, Inc., economic covenant with SCLC, 1989-1990 [See also Series 13: Other department records]
130 2 Shoney's, Inc., economic covenant with SCLC, 1991-1993
130 3 Shoney's, Inc., economic covenant with SCLC, 1994
130 4 Shoney's Inc., economic covenant with SCLC, 1995-1996
130 5 Sign-in sheet, unidentified event, 1987
130 6 Silva, Henry A., 1979
130 7 "Some Important Facts about SCLC," undated
130 8 Southern Christian Leadership Conference religious fellowship, 1983
130 9 Southern Christian Leadership Foundation, correspondence, 1977-1982 [See also Series 15: Southern Christian Leadership Foundation records]
130 10 Southern Christian Leadership Foundation, correspondence, 1986-1991
130 11 Southern Christian Leadership Foundation, correspondence, 1992-1993
130 12 Southern Christian Leadership Foundation, fundraising, 1982-1992
130 13 Southern Christian Leadership Foundation, general, 1986-1990
130 14 Sports justice, 1983-1991
130 15 Steele, Charles Kenzie (C.K.) Jr., 1978-1980
130 16 Stoglin, Richard, 1982
130 17 Stop the Killing, End the Violence, 1992-1996 [See also Subseries 10.9: Stop the Killing, End the Violence records]
130 18 Student Affairs, Training in Nonviolence, Brainerd High School, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1991 [See also Series 9: Department of Student Affairs records]
130 19 "Supplementary Recommendations to Platform Committee," 1984
130 20 Task force on Religious Freedom, 1985
130 21 Task force on Violence and Spirituality, 1992
130 22 Task force to refurbish the SCLC offices, 1981
131 1 TDI, 1992
131 2 Travel, 1991-1992
131 3 Tucker, McGhee, Speights and Associates, Inc., 1982
131 4 Video script, unidentified, 1993
131 5 Voter registration, undated
131 6 Voter registration, 1979-1994
131 7 Wings of Hope, undated [See also Subseries 10.8: Wings of Hope Anti-Drug Program records]
131 8 Wings of Hope, 1989
131 9 Wings of Hope, 1990
131 10 Wings of Hope, 1991
131 11 Wings of Hope, circa 1992
131 12 Wings of Hope, 1992 [1 of 2]
131 13 Wings of Hope, 1992 [2 of 2]
132 1 Wings of Hope, circa 1993
132 2 Wings of Hope, 1993 [1 of 3]
132 3 Wings of Hope, 1993 [2 of 3]
132 4 Wings of Hope, 1993 [3 of 3]
132 5 Winn-Dixie Stores, boycott, 1979
132 6 Winn-Dixie Stores, boycott, 1985 [See also Subseries 4.6: E. Randel T. Osburn files and Subseries 7.2: Department of Direct Action office files]
132 7 Winn-Dixie Stores, economic agreement with SCLC, 1982-1993
132 8 "A Word about SCLC," undated
132 9 Work summary sheets, 1993
132 10 Wrightsville, Georgia civil rights demonstrations and court cases, 1982 [See also Subseries 7.3: Department of Direct Action office files]
Speaking engagements correspondence
132 11 Undated
132 12 1977-1978
132 13 1979
133 1 1980
133 2 1981
133 3 1982 January-March
133 4 1982 April-November
133 5 1983
133 6 1984
133 7 1985
133 8 1986
134 1 1987
134 2 1988
134 3 1989
134 4 1990
134 5 1991
134 6 1992 January
134 7 1992 February-March
134 8 1992 April-June
134 9 1992 July-September
134 10 1992 October-December
134 11 1993
135 1 1994
135 2 1995
135 3 1996
135 4 1997-1998
135 5 1978-1992, cancelled events
135 6 1978-1996, declined events
Speeches
135 7 Undated, D.C. conference luncheon
135 8 Undated, "State of Movement and Nation"
135 9 Undated, untitled
135 10 1978 September 10, Inaugural Convocation, School of Medicine, Morehouse College, Atlanta, Georgia
135 11 1979, Annual spring board meeting
135 12 1980 August, 23rd Annual Convention of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Cleveland, Ohio
135 13 1981 June 25, Statement before the House Judiciary Committee, Subcommittee on Civil and Constitutional Rights
135 14 1981 July 16, Statement before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Subcommittee on the Constitution
136 1 1984 January 9, "MLK Birthday: Celebrating a Day for Movement to be Born Again"
136 2 1984 May 1, "Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans," Public Hearings on the Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
136 3 1984 May 30, The Ad Hoc Committee for Religious Freedom Rally (excerpts), Washington, D.C.
136 4 1984 November 15, "Tribute to Daddy King"
136 5 1987 January 17, tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr.
136 6 1989 April 6, National Conference on Black-Jewish Relations, Dillard University, New Orleans, Louisiana
136 7 1990 August, 33rd Annual Convention of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Richmond
136 8 1991 January 15, Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday (excerpts)
136 9 1991 January 25, Ringing of the Liberty Bell, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
136 10 1991 February 4, Emory University Convocation on War and Peace (excerpts), Atlanta, Georgia
136 11 1991 February 18, City Council ceremony for troops in the Persian Gulf, Atlanta, Georgia
136 12 1991 April 17, "Roots Revisited: Roots and Fruits-A New Beginning" (excerpts), First African/African-American Summit, Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire
136 13 1991 August 13, 34th Annual Convention of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Birmingham, Alabama
136 14 1992 August 9, 35th Annual Convention of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Dayton, Ohio
136 15 1993 August 28, 30th Anniversary March on Washington, Washington, D.C.
136 16 1995 March 7, Montgomery, Alabama
136 17 1995 October 16, Million Man March, Washington, D.C.
136 18 1996 May 21, Statement before the House Judiciary Committee
136 19 1996 December 3, Hearing of the U.S. Civil Rights Commission, St. Petersburg, Florida
Statements
136 20 Undated, Regarding the "Atlanta voting situation"
136 21 Undated, Regarding Dick Williams
136 22 Undated, Regarding John Wiley Price, Commissioner, Dallas County, Texas
136 23 Undated, Regarding the "Klan/Nazi verdict"
136 24 Undated, Regarding the Ku Klux Klan and racist violence
136 25 Undated, Regarding South Africa
136 26 Undated, Regarding United States Supreme Court vacancy
136 27 Undated, Regarding vandalism of the Socialist Workers Party headquarters
136 28 Undated, Regarding violence in Mississippi
136 29 1968 April 16, West Hunter Street Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia
136 30 1977 circa, Regarding Southern Company's purchase of coal from South Africa
136 31 1978, "SCLC Statement RE Film 'King'"
136 32 1979 circa, Following SCLC's Middle East peace initiative
136 33 1980 August 9, 23rd Annual Convention of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Cleveland, Ohio, "Statement of Intent"
136 34 1981, Regarding the mayoral race in Atlanta, Georgia
136 35 1981 May 20, "Preliminary Statement Prepared for Delivery to Attorney General's Task Force on Crime"
136 36 1981 September 1, Regarding the United States veto of the United Nations Security Council resolution condemning South Africa's armed invasion of Angola
136 37 1981 September 8, Regarding Roy Wilkins
136 38 1981 September 9, Regarding Vernon Jordan
136 39 1981 September 21, Regarding the Krome Detention Center, Miami, Florida
136 40 1981 October 16
136 41 1982 circa, "Lowery Praises Parole, but Pledges Fight for Full Vindication"
136 42 1982, Announcing the 25th Annual Convention of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference
136 43 1983 March 9, Requesting a government investigation of police brutality in Florida and Alabama
136 44 1984 circa, "Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor"
136 45 1984 March 28, "Lowery Calls Mays Spiritual and Intellectual Giant"
136 46 1984 June 28, Regarding the "Farrakhan issue"
136 47 1984 July 18, San Francisco, California
136 48 1984 October 18, Regarding Bishop Desmond Tutu receiving the Nobel Peace Prize
136 49 1984 November 9, Regarding the re-election of Ronald Reagan
136 50 1985 circa, "Lowery Denounces Botha's Speech"
136 51 1985 circa, Regarding Olson-Travelworld, South African Tourism Board and South African Airways "1985 Africa Workshop"
136 52 1985 March 26, Regarding violence in South Africa
136 53 1985 May 16, Regarding the "Police shootout in Philadelphia May 13, 1985 with members of the radical 'back-to-nature-group' MOVE"
136 54 1985 August 20, Atlanta, Georgia
136 55 1985 October 2, Winn Dixie shareholders meeting
136 56 1986 January 20, In honor of Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia
136 57 1987 circa, Regarding the Death Penalty
136 58 1984 July 9, "Death Penalty Deplored: Labeled Civil Rights Violation"
136 59 1987 December 19, At funeral services for Septima Clark, Charleston, South Carolina
136 60 1988 May 3, Bethune Du Bois Dinner, Washington, D.C., May 3, 1988
136 61 1989 November 30, "Press Statement by Reverend Joseph E. Lowery, President, Southern Christian Leadership Conference RE: Workers Strike at the Golden Peanut Company, Camilla, Georgia/SCLC Support of Workers"
136 62 1990 circa, Opposing the Board of Regents' plan to elevate Georgia Southern College to regional university status
136 63 1990, Regarding the Talina Fusenko case, 1990
136 64 1990 February 6, In support of HR 2190, National Voter Registration Bill
136 65 1990 February 12, "25th Anniversary of the 1965 Voting Rights Campaign"
136 66 1990 December 18, Fiesta Bowl
136 67 1991 January 25, "Lowery Charges United Nations to Wage Peace, Call Moratorium on Missiles"
136 68 1991 April 4, At the tomb of Martin Luther King, Jr., Atlanta, Georgia
136 69 1991 June 17, Regarding the Mangosuthu Buthelezi visit to Atlanta
136 70 1991 June 17, Regarding the South African Parliament removal of the Population Registration Act
136 71 1992, Regarding Los Angeles visit
136 72 1992, "SCLC Outraged at Rodney King Beating Verdict"
136 73 1992 June 10, Regarding Senate Bill 55, The Workplace Fairness Bill
136 74 1992 December 17, To U.N. Secretary General
136 75 1992 December 18, Regarding the Haitian Crisis
136 76 1993 April 8, "30th Anniversary March on Washington"
136 77 1993 October 23, "Congress Can Save NAFTA, After it Protects Jobs, Women's Rights and the Environment"
136 78 1994 circa, "Lowery Skeptical of Clinton Haitian Refugee Policy; Supports Sanctions and Discourages Unilateral Military Action"
136 79 1994 July 18, "U.S. Religious Leaders and Rights Advocates Home from Port Au Prince, Haiti"
136 80 1995 April 24, "Black Leaders Deplore Efforts to Sabotage Foster Nomination as Surgeon General: Urge Confirmation"
136 81 1995 September 22, Regarding the Million Man March, September 22, 1995
136 82 1995 October 25, Calling for Clinton veto on affirmation of crack/cocaine sentencing disparities
136 83 1996 September 25
136 84 1997 July 2, "Statement by SCLC, NAACP, Gate City Bar Association"
Writings, other
136 85 Undated, "Afro-Americans and the Struggles of the Eighties"
136 86 Undated, "Court System in Georgia"
136 87 Undated, "Demographics of a Death Penalty: A Matter of Place and Race: Inequity and Iniquity"
137 1 Undated, "I Remember Martin," poem
137 2 Undated, "Pluralism in Black County"
137 3 Undated, "Southern Cooking: Fatal Attraction"
137 4 Undated, "Spring Is Come: How Long Will the Winter Last?" poem
137 5 Undated, Unidentified writings
137 6 Undated, Untitled poem
137 7 Undated, Untitled writings
137 8 1977 circa, "The Bakke Case: 'At Stake Is the National Commitment to Remedy Historical and Current Racial Inequities,'"
137 9 1979 March 27, Testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Washington, D.C.
137 10 1982 circa, Testimony on the Voting Rights Act
137 11 1983, "Averting Thermonuclear Annihilation: Organize Massive Non-violent Movement for Nuclear Disarmament," New Perspectives
137 12 1983 February 23, guest editorial
137 13 1989, "Suburban Action Needed to Produce Adequate Affordable Housing for the Poor"
137 14 1989 June 28, Testimony before a Senate subcommittee panel regarding drug use, Atlanta, Georgia
137 15 1989 October 2, Testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee
137 16 1990, Article regarding sports justice
137 17 1990 June 6, Testimony before the House Judiciary Committee on habeas reform, Washington, D.C.
137 18 1991 circa, "Restoring the Promise of the American Dream: Justice at Work"
137 19 1991 April 21, "Blacks Say they Have Borne Most of Pain in Desegregation," The Orlando Sentinel
137 20 1991 July 10, Testimony before the House Judiciary Committee, Subcommittee on Civil and Constitutional Rights "concerning legislative proposals to address racial discrimination in the administration of capital punishment," Washington, D.C.
137 21 1992, "The Dream is Truth CrushedAnd Are We True to the Dream?" JET
137 22 1993 January, Article on the topic "What Dr. King Would Say to Blacks and Whites Today," Ebony
137 23 1993 April, "The Ever-Expanding Role of the Black Church," comments in National Black Monitor
137 24 1994 January 16, "Ceremony to Sacrament; Sentiment to Movement," Atlanta Daily World
137 25 1995, "Turning to Each Other to Turn the Nation to Jobs, Justice and Peace"
137 26 1995, "'Without Regard to Race or Color'-A Time Not Yet Come!"
137 27 1996, Testimony before the Congressional Black Caucus hearing on church arson
137 28 1996 March, "Comment by Joseph Lowery on the use of Dr. King's words to assault affirmative action"
137 29 1996 June 27, "We Will Not Bow Down," article
Subject files
137 30 9 to 5 National Association of Working Women, 1982
137 31 The 21st Century Commission on African American Males, 1991
137 32 Abiola, M.K.O. (Chief), 1992-1993
137 33 Academic and Recruitment Services Program, University of Florida, 1982
137 34 Action Forum Study Group, 1992
137 35 The Ad Hoc Committee for Religious Freedom, rally, 1984
137 36 Affirmation of the Leadership of Joseph E. Lowery, United Methodist Church, 1984
137 37 Affirmative Action, 1981-1987
137 38 AFL-CIO, 1980-1987
137 39 AFL-CIO, 1992
137 40 AFL-CIO, Solidarity Day, 1981-1991
138 1 Africa, economic development, 1984
138 2 African/African-American Summit, First, Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire, April 1991
138 3 African American/Japanese relations, 1990
138 4 African Americans and Coca Cola, undated
138 5 African Commentary Magazine, 1989-1990
138 6 African National Congress, circa 1991-1992
138 7 African National Council, 1977
138 8 African Treasures, Inc., undated
138 9 Afro-American/Japanese International Economic Institute, Inc., 1982
138 10 Agency for International Development, 1990-1991
138 11 Aid to Families with Dependent Children, 1982
138 12 AIDS, 1991-1993
138 13 Alabama, 1992
138 14 Alabama education crisis, 1982
138 15 Alabama Power, 1982
138 16 Allen Bakke v. The State of California, 1977-1978
138 17 Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority, 1982
138 18 The American Academy of Family Physicians, 1981-1982
138 19 American Civil Liberties Union Southern Regional Conference, February 12-13, 1982
138 20 The American Coptic Association, Christians of Egypt, 1981
138 21 American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1991
138 22 American Federation of Grain Millers, 1982
138 23 American Federation of Ramallah, Palestine, 1981
138 24 American Friends Service Committee, 1981-1991
138 25 American Indian Movement, 1991
138 26 The American Jewish Committee, 1977-1982
138 27 The American Muslim Mission, 1981
138 28 Americans for Democratic Action, 1982
138 29 Americans for Workplace Fairness, 1992
138 30 America's Freedom Ride, 1982
138 31 America's Coalition for Transit Now, 1990
138 32 Amnesty International, 1986-1991
139 1 Amnesty International, 1992
139 2 Angola, 1987-1991
139 3 Antara, "Dr. King's Dream," 1980
139 4 The APEX Museum, Atlanta, Georgia, 1979-1992
139 5 Arab American Institute, 1991
139 6 Arrington, Marvin S., 1979-1993
139 7 Arrington, Richard (Mayor), 1992
139 8 Assault on Illiteracy Program, 1981-1993
139 9 Association for Quality of Life in America, 1991-1992
139 10 Atlanta Action Forum, 1992
139 11 Atlanta Association of Black Journalists, undated
139 12 Atlanta banks, 1988
139 13 Atlanta Black Clergy, mass ecumenical service, 1981
139 14 The Atlanta Black/Jewish Coalition, 1984-1992
139 15 Atlanta Community Housing Resource Board, 1989
139 16 The Atlanta Consortium, 1977-1986
139 17 Atlanta Council for International Visitors, 1979-1982
139 18 Atlanta Educational Telecommunications Collaborative, 1994
140 1 Atlanta, Georgia, 1978-1982
140 2 Atlanta, Georgia Chamber of Commerce, 1988
140 3 Atlanta, Georgia City Council, 1992
140 4 Atlanta, Georgia Civilian Review Board, 1984
140 5 Atlanta, Georgia Housing Authority, 1989
140 6 Atlanta, Georgia legislative package, 1991
140 7 Atlanta, Georgia low and moderate income housing, 1989
140 8 Atlanta, Georgia Residential Anti-displacement and Relocation Assistance Plan, undated
140 9 Atlanta Interfaith Ministries, 1982
140 10 Atlanta Journal Constitution, 1981-1992
140 11 Atlanta Life Insurance Company, 1980-1982
140 12 Atlanta Mortgage Consortium, 1990
140 13 The Atlanta Project, circa 1992-1994
140 14 Atlanta Public Library, Theater without Walls Summer Cultural Extravaganza, 1982
140 15 Atlanta Public Schools, 1982
140 16 Atlanta Regional Minority Purchasing Council, 1982
140 17 The Atlanta Voice, 1981
140 18 Atlanta Working Women, 1981
140 19 The Atlanta Youth Development Division, "A Strategy for Children and Youth Supervision and Safety," 1981
140 20 AT&T, 1993-1994
140 21 Attorney General's Task Force on Violent Crime, 1981
140 22 Auburn Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia, 1990
140 23 Auburn Avenue Streetscape Design Advisory Committee, 1991
140 24 B-2 Bomber, 1991
140 25 B&C Associates, Inc., "Racism: Implications for Business," 1990
140 26 Baptist ministers, undated
140 27 Baptist Ministers Conference, 1978
140 28 Barnard, Doug Jr. (Congressman), 1991
140 29 Bedford-Pine Development Corporation, 1982
140 30 Bentsen, Lloyd (Senator), 1990
140 31 The Bethune-Du Bois Fund, 1991
140 32 Birthday observances for Martin Luther King, Jr., 1977-1986
140 33 Black Advocates Legal Service Institute, 1977
140 34 Black America's Agenda for the 21st Century, 1994
140 35 "Black Belt Three," Selma, Alabama, 1985
140 36 Black on Black Crime Task Force, 1991
140 37 The Black Coalition for 1984 and the National Black Leadership Roundtable, 1984
140 38 Black crime, 1980
140 39 Black elected officials, circa 1982
140 40 Black elected officials in America, 1991
140 41 The Black Gospel Coalition, 1982
140 42 Black-Jewish Information Center, 1977-1982
141 1 Black Leadership Forum, undated
141 2 Black Leadership Forum, 1978-1979
141 3 Black Leadership Forum, 1983 [1 of 2]
141 4 Black Leadership Forum, 1983 [2 of 2]
141 5 Black Leadership Forum, 1984-1991
141 6 Black Leadership Forum, 1992
141 7 Black Leadership Forum, 1992-1994
141 8 Black Leadership Roundtable, 1983
141 9 Black Organization of Conference and Entertainment Promoters, Inc., 1982
141 10 Black Rose Banquet, 1991
141 11 Black Southerner, 1982
141 12 Black student associations, 1981-1982
141 13 Black Summit, 1977-1978
141 14 Blacks in Government, 1981
141 15 Blooming Cookies and Flowers, 1992
141 16 Bond, Julian (Congressman), 1981-1982
141 17 Bork, Robert H., nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court, 1987
141 18 Braden, Anne, 1982
141 19 Briody, Charles, 1982
141 20 Broadcast Enterprises National, Inc., 1981
141 21 Brown, Benjamin "Twin B.," (Reverend), 1982
141 22 Brown, Tony, "The Worst Kind of Uncle Tom," review of Breaking Barriers: A Memoir by Carl T. Rowan, 1991
141 23 Brutus, Dennis, 1982
141 24 Budget Coalition, 1981-1982
142 1 The Builders, 1982
142 2 Bullard, Linda, 1992
142 3 Busbee, George, 1981
142 4 Bush, George H.W. (President), black appointees, undated
142 5 Butler Street YMCA, 1978-1984
142 6 "A Call for Nonviolent Witness in Palestine and Israel," 1989
142 7 Campaign for Genuine Accountability in Education, 1991-1992
142 8 Campaign for a New South, undated
142 9 Campaign for the Legalization of the Ukrainian Churches (CLUC), 1989
142 10 Campaign for Peace and Democracy, 1991
142 11 Campaign for Peace in the Middle East, 1991
142 12 Campaign to End Childhood Hunger, 1991
142 13 Career and Academic Achievement Project, circa 1989
142 14 Carnes, Ed, nomination to the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, 1992
142 15 Carter, Mary, 1989
142 16 Cascade United Methodist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, 1990-1992
142 17 CBS Records, 1982
142 18 CBS Television, 1981-1982
142 19 Center for Constitutional Rights, 1979-1981
142 20 Center for Democratic Renewal [previously known as the National Anti-Klan Network], 1986-1988
142 21 Center for Development Policy, 1982
142 22 Center for National Independence in Politics, 1991
142 23 Center for Urban Environmental Studies, Inc., 1981
142 24 Central America Education Project, 1984
142 25 Central United Methodist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, 1974-1986
142 26 Chambers, Ferguson, Watt, Wallas, Adkins and Fuller, P.A., 1981-1982
142 27 Chapel Hill Baptist Church, Detroit, Michigan, 1982
142 28 Chestnut, Sanders, Sanders and Turner, P.C., 1982
142 29 Children's Defense Fund, 1978-1993
142 30 Childs, James M. Jr., "The Church and the Challenge of AIDS," (excerpts), undated
142 31 Chisolm, Shirley (Congresswoman), 1979
142 32 Christian Resource Center, Birmingham, Alabama, 1990
142 33 Citizens Bancshares Corporation, 1982
143 1 Citizens for God and Country, 1981
143 2 Citizens' Hearing on Carter's FY 1980 Budget, St. Louis, Missouri, March 31, 1979
143 3 Citizens for Urbanism, 1981
143 4 City-wide Coalition to Register and Get Out the Vote, 1982
143 5 Clayton, Robert Lewis II, 1982
143 6 Clergy and Laity Concerned, 1990-1992
143 7 CNN, 1982
143 8 The Coalition of 100 Black Women of D.C., Inc., undated
143 9 Coalition Against the Local Option Sales Tax, 1982
143 10 Coalition of Conscience, 1990-1993
143 11 Coalition for a Healthy Georgia, 1992
143 12 Coca Cola Company, 1982-1985
143 13 Colgate Company, Darkie toothpaste, 1990
143 14 The College Digest, 1991
143 15 College of Urban Development, East Lansing, Michigan, 1981
143 16 The Commission on Religion and Race, 1982
143 17 Common Sense Economics, 1982
143 18 Community AIDS Network of Metropolitan Atlanta, 1990
143 19 Community for Creative Nonviolence, circa 1984
143 20 Community Leadership Development Project, Charlotte, North Carolina, 1984
143 21 Community Services Administration, 1977-1981
143 22 Concerned Black Clergy, 1984-1992
143 23 Conference in Solidarity with Liberation Struggles of the People of South Africa, 1981
143 24 Congressional Black Caucus, undated
143 25 Congressional Black Caucus, 1979-1981
143 26 Conyers, John (Congressman), 1981-1982
143 27 Cooper, Thomas, "Proposal for the Implementation of a System Called L.I.F.E. (Live Involvement for Everyone)," 1982
143 28 Corporation for Public Broadcasting, 1982
143 29 Council for the Advancement of Citizenship, 1981
143 30 Council of Better Business Bureaus, Inc., 1982
143 31 Council of National Alumni Associations, Inc., 1981
143 32 Crunkleton, Truitt, Graphic Arts International Union, Local 96B, 1982
143 33 Cuban detainee uprising and hostage crisis, Atlanta Federal Penitentiary, 1986
143 34 Data Black Public Opinion Polls, Inc., 1982
143 35 Death penalty, 1974-1992
143 36 Death Penalty Information Center, "Chattahoochee Judicial District, the Death Penalty in Microcosm," 1991
143 37 Deeply Concerned Citizens, Clergy and Lay, 1987
143 38 Delta Airlines, 1980-1992
143 39 Democratic National Committee, circa 1981-1990
143 40 The Democratic Party of Georgia, 1977-1978
144 1 Demonstration in Washington, D.C. to protest U.S. intervention in Central America and the Caribbean, 1983
144 2 Dickerson Outdoor Entertainment Corp. complaint against MCA Concerts, Inc., 1992
144 3 Disarmament, 1981-1982
144 4 Dixon, Julian (Congressman), 1981
144 5 Do, Inc., 1984
144 6 Dooley, Vincent J., 1984
144 7 Douglass, Janet L., 1982
144 8 "Dreamers: Black Entrepreneurs in the '80s," undated
144 9 D.S. Productions, 1981
144 10 Eagleton, Thomas F. (Senator), 1982
144 11 East Dougherty Voters League, 1981
144 12 Eastern Airlines, Martin Luther King, Jr. Aviation Scholarship Fund, 1987
144 13 Economic development, 1987-1989
144 14 Economic development, Florida, circa 1986-1989
144 15 Economic development, Mississippi, 1989
144 16 Economic Opportunity Authority for Savannah-Chatham County Area, Inc., 1982
144 17 "'Educating America: Black Universities and Colleges-Strengths and Crises, Introductory Review," 1991
144 18 Education, 1981
144 19 El Salvador, circa 1981-1988
144 20 Emergency Fund for Southern Africa, 1978
144 21 The Emergency Land Fund, 1982
144 22 Equal Rights Congress, Mobile, Alabama, 1979
144 23 Equal Rights Congress, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1980
144 24 Ethiopian Rehabilitation Campaign, 1992
144 25 Executive Leadership Foundation, 1990
144 26 "Expanding Our Horizons: A Vision for Our High Schools, a Report from the McKenzie Group to the Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation," 1990
144 27 Faith, Inc., 1993
144 28 Farmer, James, 1991
144 29 Farmworker Justice Fund, Inc., 1981
144 30 Farris, Carl E., 1979
144 31 Federal budget cuts, undated
144 32 Federal budget cuts, 1981-1982
145 1 Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1981-1991
145 2 Federal Reserve Bank, circa 1988-1989
145 3 The Federation of Southern Cooperatives/Land Assistance Fund, 1992
145 4 Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1981-1982
145 5 Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1991
145 6 Financial Democracy Campaign, 1991
145 7 First Baptist Church of McDonald, Pennsylvania, 1986
145 8 First Episcopal District, African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, Mobile, Alabama, 1982
145 9 Flake, Floyd (Congressman), 1991
145 10 Florida, 1991-1992
145 11 The Florida Clearinghouse on Criminal Justice, 1981
145 12 Ford, Johnny (Mayor), 1982
145 13 Fordham, Christopher C. III, 1982
145 14 Foreign relations, 1981
145 15 Fowler, Wyche Jr. (Congressman), 1978-1990
145 16 Franklin, Aretha, concert, 1982
145 17 Freedom Foods, Inc., 1992
145 18 Freedom Riders Commemorative Conference, 1991
145 19 Freedom Fest Coalition, 1995
145 20 The Friendship Force, 1990
145 21 Full Employment Action Council, 1978
145 22 Full Employment Action Council, 1981-1982
145 23 Fuller, Hoyt, 1980
145 24 Fulton County Board of Commissioners, 1979-1989
145 25 Fulton County Drug and Crime Task Force, 1990
146 1 The Gate City Bar Association, 1990
146 2 Gantt, Harvey, campaign for U.S. Senate, North Carolina, 1990
146 3 Garrett Park Press, undated
146 4 General Board of Church and Society of the United Methodist Church, 1992
146 5 General Board of the Global Ministries of the United Methodist Church, 1981-1982
146 6 General Dynamics, 1990
146 7 "General Typologies-Black Alcoholism A Comparison Data Base, A Fanon Center Report," 1982
146 8 Georgia, 1990-1992
146 9 Georgia Association of Broadcasters, Inc., undated
146 10 Georgia Black Coalition for Statewide Elections, 1982
146 11 Georgia Block Grant Coalition, 1982
146 12 Georgia Bureau of Investigation, 1981
146 13 Georgia Citizen's Coalition on Hunger, 1981-1982
146 14 Georgia Coalition of Black Women, Inc., 1981-1982
146 15 Georgia Committee for a Black Agenda, Black Manifesto, 1990
146 16 Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church, undated
146 17 Georgia County Welfare Association, 1991
146 18 Georgia Folklife, 1991
146 19 Georgia General Assembly, 1992-1993
146 20 Georgia gubernatorial candidates, 1982
146 21 Georgia, Judicial Nominating Commission, 1986
146 22 Georgia Legal Services Program, 1981-1982
146 23 Georgia Legislative Black Caucus, 1981-1990
146 24 Georgia Municipal Association, 1991-1992
146 25 Georgia-Pacific Corporation, 1992
146 26 Georgia politics, 1990
146 27 Georgia Power Company, 1978-1992
146 28 Georgians for a Fair Budget, 1982
146 29 Gibbs High School Black Culture Organization, constitution, undated
146 30 Gingrich, Newt (Congressman), 1991
146 31 Glide, San Francisco, California, 1992
146 32 Global Information Network, 1991
146 33 Gloster, Hugh M. (Doctor), 1986
146 34 "Goals and Strategies for a New Era," undated
146 35 Goodwill Games, Moscow, 1986
146 36 Gordon, W. Carl Jr. (Doctor), 1981-1982
146 37 Gospel Music Association, 1991
146 38 Gould, C., undated
147 1 Grady Memorial Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia, 1992
147 2 Graymoor Ecumenical and Interreligious Institute, 1992
147 3 Green Seal, 1990-1992
147 4 Grogan, Hugh, 1985
147 5 Guatemala, 1984
147 6 Gulfport Power, 1982
147 7 Gun control, 1990-1993
147 8 Habitat for Humanity, 1991-1992
147 9 Haines, Herbert H., Department of Sociology, University of Kansas, 1981
147 10 Hall, Leon, "Movement Veterans, Inc.: An Overdue Idea," circa 1986
147 11 Hansberry, Jack A. (Mrs.), 1981
147 12 Hardee's, 1992
147 13 Hart, Gary (Senator), 1982
147 14 Hartsfield Atlanta International Airport, 1992
147 15 Hastings College, Hastings, Nebraska, 1991
147 16 Hatcher, Richard Gordon, 1981-1989
147 17 Hate crime legislation, 1990
147 18 Hathaway, Maggie, 1991
147 19 Hawkins, Augustus (Congressman), 1982
147 20 Health and healthcare, undated
147 21 Health and healthcare, 1981-1990
147 22 Health and healthcare, 1991-1995
147 23 Henry, James Dupree, 1984
147 24 Hines, Tommy Lee, 1978
147 25 Hollowell, Donald, roast, 1990
147 26 Homelessness, 1990
147 27 Hood Furniture, Jackson, Mississippi, 1992
147 28 Hooks, Benjamin L., 1977-1978
148 1 Housing, 1990-1991
148 2 Howard Faculty for Justice, Howard University, 1982
148 3 Human Relations Commission, 1989
148 4 Human Services Forum, 1982
148 5 The Illinois Black Leadership Roundtable, African American Political Agenda, 1990
148 6 Illinois Migrant Council, 1981
148 7 Information Program Productions, "RAP," 1981-1982
148 8 Institute on Black Chemical Abuse, 1991
148 9 The Institute of Women Today, 1981
148 10 Institute for Southern Studies, 1982
148 11 The Interfaith Coalition of Metropolitan Atlanta, 1991-1993
148 12 International Human Rights Association of American Minorities, 1991
148 13 International Mentoring and Entrepreneurial Center, Inc., 1992
148 14 International Women's Day, 1984
148 15 The Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization, Inc., 1981-1992
148 16 Interreligious Healthcare Access Campaign, 1992
148 17 Interreligious Healthcare Access Campaign, 1994
148 18 Israel/Palestine conflict, 1981-1982
148 19 The Jackson Advocate, Jackson, Mississippi, 1992
148 20 Jackson, Jesse (Reverend), 1983
148 21 Jackson, Maynard (Mayor), 1978-1992
148 22 The Jewish Museum, "African Americans and American Jews: Bridges and Boundaries," 1991
148 23 Johnson & Johnson, 1978
148 24 Johnson Publishing Company, 1991
148 25 Joint Center for Political Studies, Inc., 1978-1985
148 26 Joint Center for Political Studies, Inc., 1986-1994
149 1 Jones, Leo Alexander, death penalty case, 1991
149 2 Jonestown massacre, memorial services, 1979
149 3 Jordan, Vernon Jr., 1990
149 4 JUDAISM, 1981
149 5 June 12 rally committee, 1982
149 6 Justice on the Job, 1978
149 7 Kennedy, Edward M. (Senator), 1981-1991
149 8 Kentucky Fried Chicken Gospel Music Competition, 1986
149 9 King, Bernice A., circa 1986
149 10 King, Coretta Scott, 1985-1988
149 11 Klanwatch Intelligence Report, 1981
149 12 Knoxville College, Knoxville, Tennessee, Board of Trustees, 1992
149 13 Korea, Republic of, 1992
149 14 Kroloff, Charles A. (Rabbi), 1981
149 15 The Krugerrand, 1977
149 16 Ku Klux Klan, 1981-1982
149 17 Latin America, 1990-1991
149 18 Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, 1979-1993
149 19 League of United Latin American Citizens, 1981
149 20 Lebanon, 1982-1991
149 21 Lee, Bertram M., 1992
149 22 The Legal Services Corporation, 1981
149 23 Legislation to prevent discrimination based on participation in labor disputes (striker replacement/workplace fairness legislation), 1990-1991
149 24 Leland, Mickey (Congressman), 1982
149 25 Lewengrub, Stuart (Doctor), 1982
149 26 Lewis, John (Congressman), 1991-1992
149 27 Liberian Community Association of Georgia, 1992
149 28 Litanies, undated
150 1 Lomax, Michael, campaign for Chairman of the Board of Commissioners of Fulton County, Georgia, 1990
150 2 Los Angeles, California police department, 1978
150 3 Louisiana Legislative Black Caucus, 1992
150 4 Louisiana Public Facilities Authority Taxable Bond Program, 1987
150 5 Lyndon Baines Johnson Foundation, 1990
150 6 Magical Holidays, Inc., 1986
150 7 Mahone, Ulysses, Woodbury, Georgia, 1989-1990
150 8 Major League Baseball, 1994
150 9 Marable, Manning, "Film Commentary: Toward an Understanding of Martin Luther King," 1979
150 10 Martin and Jones/Office of Consumer Affairs, 1981-1982
150 11 Martin Luther King Center for Economic Development, Lexington, Mississippi, 1979
150 12 The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, undated
150 13 The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, 1969-1980
150 14 The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, 1981
150 15 The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, 1982-1983
150 16 The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, 1984-1985
150 17 The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, 1986
151 1 The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, 1987-1988
151 2 The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, 1990-1994
151 3 The Martin Luther King, Jr. Connecticut state holiday commission, 1988
151 4 The Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday Commission, 1984
151 5 The Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday Commission, 1985 [1 of 2]
151 6 The Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday Commission, 1985 [2 of 2]
151 7 The Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday Commission, 1986-1994
151 8 The Martin Luther King, Jr. Georgia State Holiday Commission, 1987-1990
151 9 Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Awards Day, 1980
151 10 Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Workshop on Human Needs and Military Spending, Birmingham, Alabama, June 2-3, 1979
151 11 Mathes, Patsy Jane, disappearance, 1986
151 12 Mattingly, Mack (Senator), 1981
151 13 Maurice and Jane Sugar Law Center for Economic and Social Justice, 1992-1993
151 14 McGrath, Raymond (Congressman), 1981
151 15 McKinney, Abdul, DeKalb County, Georgia, 1990
151 16 McMillan, W.A., 1982
151 17 Mead Packaging, 1981
151 18 Means, Russell, 1978
151 19 Media, 1990-1991
151 20 Meharry Medical College, Nashville, Tennessee, 1982
151 21 Methodists United for Peace with Justice, 1991
151 22 Metro-Atlantans Against the Budget Cuts, 1981
151 23 Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) Board of Directors, undated
152 1 Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) Board of Directors, 1977-1993
152 2 Metropolitan Baptist Church, 1981
152 3 Miller, Zell (Governor), 1982-1992
152 4 Ministers for Andrew Young, 1981
152 5 Ministers and Concerned Citizens of Tidewater, Norfolk, Virginia, 1991
152 6 Minority business enterprise, Atlanta, Georgia, circa 1983-1985
152 7 Minority Business Opportunity Committee, 1978
152 8 Missing and murdered children, Atlanta, Georgia, 1981
152 9 Missing and murdered children, Atlanta, Georgia, circa 1982-1984
OP4 - Missing and murdered children, "Resolution urging the citizens of America to wear and display green ribbons in memory of the children of Atlanta," Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1981
152 10 Mission Uplift Atlanta, undated
152 11 Mississippi jail suicides, 1992-1993
152 12 Mississippi Power, 1982
152 13 Mitchell, Parren J. (Congressman), 1982
152 14 The Moda Report, 1982
152 15 Model for Total Community Involvement, undated
152 16 Montgomery Improvement Association, circa 1986
152 17 Morehouse School of Religion, 1981-1982
152 18 Moreno Valley Unified School District, Moreno Valley, California, 1990-1991
152 19 Morgan State University, 1980
152 20 Morial, Ernest Nathan (Mayor), circa 1981
152 21 Mortgage discrimination, 1992
152 22 Mothers United to Save Our Sons, 1992
152 23 Moynihan, Daniel Patrick (Senator), 1982
152 24 "Muhammed Ali-The Whole Story," 1990
152 25 Muller, Fred, 1981
152 26 Mumia Abu-Jamal Defense Committee, 1982
153 1 Munford, Inc., 1982
153 2 Mutual Federal Savings and Loan Association of America, 1982
153 3 NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, 1978-1992
153 4 Namibia, undated
153 5 Namibia, 1988
153 6 Nathaniel Howard, et. al. v. Estate of Julius Howard, circa 1982-1985
153 7 National Alliance against Racist and Political Repression, 1981-1982
153 8 National Alliance of Black School Educators, 1991
153 9 National Alliance of Business, 1989
153 10 National Anti-Klan Network, 1979-1981
153 11 National Anti-Klan Network, 1982-1984
153 12 National Anti-Hunger Coalition, 1981-1982
153 13 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), 1977-1996
153 14 National Association of Arab Americans, 1981-1982
153 15 National Association of Farmworker Organizations, undated
153 16 National Association of Hispanic Journalists, 1991
153 17 National Association of Market Developers, 1981
153 18 National Association of Minority Contractors, 1990-1991
153 19 National Bankers Association, 1981-1989
153 20 National Basketball Association, 1993
153 21 National Black Caucus of State Legislators, 1982
153 22 National Black MBA Association, Inc., 1990
153 23 National Black Nurses' Association, Inc., 1982
153 24 National Black United Front, 1982
153 25 National Black Women's Health Project, 1986
153 26 National Business League, 1977-1982
154 1 The National Caucus and Center on Black Aged, Inc., 1981-1991
154 2 National Center for Fair and Open Testing, 1990-1991
154 3 National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, 1990
154 4 The National Civil Rights Museum, 1991
154 5 National Coalition on Black Voter Participation, Inc., 1981-1991
154 6 National Coalition of Educational Equity Advocates, Educate America, undated
154 7 National Commission on the Cause and Prevention of Violence, 1981
154 8 National Committee on Concerns of Hispanics and Blacks, September 29-30, 1979
154 9 National Committee in Support of Community Based Organizations, circa 1981
154 10 National Committee for World Food Day, 1982
154 11 National Conference of Black Churchmen, 1982
154 12 National Conference of Black Lawyers, 1979
154 13 National Conference of Black Mayors, 1982
154 14 National Conference on Peacemaking and Conflict Resolution, 1991
154 15 National Congress for Community Economic Development, 1982
154 16 National Council of the Churches of Christ, 1981
154 17 National Dental Association, 1991
154 18 National Education Association, 1981-1982
154 19 National Family Farm Coalition, 1990
154 20 National Father's Day Committee, 1980
154 21 National Gathering of Black Clergy, 1980-1982
154 22 National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, 1991
154 23 National healthcare, 1991
154 24 National Health Screening Council for Volunteer Organizations, Inc., undated
154 25 National Insurance Association, 1981
154 26 National Jobs with Peace Campaign, 1990-1991
154 27 National Labor Boycott Shell Committee, 1987-1988
155 1 National Labor Service, American Jewish Committee Institute of Human Relations, 1981
155 2 National Mobilization for Survival, 1990
155 3 National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives, 1982
155 4 National Rainbow Coalition, 1990-1991
155 5 National Society of Black Engineers, 1982
155 6 National Tenants Association, Inc., 1990
155 7 National Trust for Historic Preservation, 1982
155 8 National Urban Coalition, 1979-1982
155 9 National Urban League, 1978-1982
155 10 National Unity Alliance, Inc., 1991
155 11 New Day Tribune, Atlanta, Georgia, 1982
155 12 New Democratic Coalition, 1981-1982
155 13 New York Summit on Blacks in the Middle East, undated
155 14 Next Stop Nevada, undated
155 15 Nicaragua, 1983-1991
155 16 Nigeria, 1987-1991
155 17 North American Committee for the Preservation and Memorial for Goree Island, 1991
155 18 North Carolina Black Leadership Caucus, 1982
155 19 Northeast Florida Community Action Agency, Inc., 1981
155 20 North Shore Peace Initiative, 1981
155 21 Nuclear disarmament, 1982-1983
155 22 Nuclear disarmament, 1984-1991
155 23 Nunn, Sam (Senator), 1982
155 24 "Observations on Life in America as Seen from the Perspective of an African-American in the United States Air Force," by Joseph A. Neale, Jr., 1980
155 25 Ohio, 1992
155 26 Ohio Civil Rights Commission v. Dayton Christian Schools, 1986
155 27 Ojemba Productions, undated
156 1 Operation PUSH, Inc., 1979-1982
156 2 Operation PUSH, Inc., 1983-1991
156 3 Opportunities Industrialization Centers of America, 1981-1982
156 4 Organized labor, 1977-1991
156 5 Oxfam America, 1981-1982
156 6 Paine College, Augusta, Georgia, 1992
156 7 Palestine Congress, 1982
156 8 Palestine Congress of North America, 1981-1982
156 9 Palestine Human Rights Campaign, 1979-1982
156 10 Palestine Information Office, 1982
156 11 Parks, Rosa, 1990-1991
156 12 Partners in Ecumenism, 1982
156 13 Peake, Thomas, Keeping the Dream Alive: A History of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference from King to the Nineteen-Eighties, 1981-1988
156 14 People for Urban Justice, 1990
156 15 Percy, Charles (Senator), 1981
156 16 Persian Gulf War, African American Leadership Conference, 1990-1991
156 17 Persian Gulf War, general, 1991
156 18 Pepsi-Cola Bottlers of Atlanta, 1981
156 19 Phillip Morris Companies, Inc., Bill of Rights Commemoration, 1990
156 20 Piedmont Airlines, 1981
157 1 Police brutality complaints, Atlanta, Georgia, 1982
157 2 Police Executive Research Forum's National Advisory Task Force on Preventing Police Use of Excessive Force, 1992
157 3 Police shooting of Charlie Brown, Jr., Deland, Florida, 1986
157 4 Politics, circa 1986
157 5 Polychlorinated biphenyl disposal, 1982
157 6 Poultry industry, 1991
157 7 Powell, Colin (General), 1990
157 8 Prempeh, Nana, 1982
157 9 Prenatal care in Georgia, circa 1982
157 10 Private Industry Council of Atlanta, Inc., 1991
157 11 Professional Golfers' Association, 1992
157 12 Progressive National Baptist Convention, 1979-1991
157 13 Public Enemy, 1992
157 14 Racial Justice Act, 1990
157 15 Rangel, Charles B. (Congressman), 1982
157 16 Reagan, Ronald (President), 1980-1981
157 17 Recovery Values and Spirituality Conference, San Francisco, California, 1992
157 18 Religious freedom, 1984-1985
157 19 Religious Task Force on Central America, 1982
157 20 Reproductive rights, 1990
157 21 The Rosa L. Parks Compendium, circa 1985
157 22 Ross, C.P., "Whose American Dream? Civil Rights and Black Power in the United States," 1982
157 23 Safer Atlanta for Everyone, 1981
157 24 Satellite Television Corporation, 1980
157 25 Savannah State College and Georgia Southern University, 1989
157 26 Savings and loan crisis, 1988-1989
157 27 Sell & Melton, 1981
157 28 Selma to Montgomery Historic Trail, 1991
157 29 Senate Bill 911, The School Readiness Act of 1991
157 30 The Servant Leadership School, 1990
157 31 Service Merchandise, 1985
157 32 Simon, Paul (Senator), 1991
157 33 Small Business Administration, 1978-1981
158 1 The Society for Black Initiative, 1981
158 2 Solarz, Stephen J., "African Americans, New Immigrants, and Workforce 2000," 1990
158 3 Solidarity with Cyprus, 1982
158 4 South Africa, undated
158 5 South Africa, 1977-1985
158 6 South Africa, 1986-1991
158 7 South African Management Program, 1990-1991
158 8 The Southeastern Area Resettlement of Cubans and Haitians Project, 1983
158 9 Southern African Development Coordination Conference, 1987
158 10 Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice, 1978-1990
158 11 Southern Poverty Law Center, 1991
158 12 Southern Regional Council, 1992
158 13 Sports, 1983
159 1 Stokes, Louis (Congressman), 1981-1990
159 2 Strategic Defense Initiative, circa 1986
159 3 Students for Morris Brown College, 1982
159 4 Sullivan, Louis, Secretary of Health and Human Services, 1990-1993
159 5 Summit conference of black leaders and organizations, 1990
159 6 Sun Myung Moon and Takeru Kamiyama v. United States of America, 1983-1984 [1 of 4]
159 7 Sun Myung Moon and Takeru Kamiyama v. United States of America, 1983-1984 [2 of 4]
159 8 Sun Myung Moon and Takeru Kamiyama v. United States of America, 1983-1984 [3 of 4]
159 9 Sun Myung Moon and Takeru Kamiyama v. United States of America, 1983-1984 [4 of 4]
159 10 Sunbelt Human Advancement Resources, Inc., 1982
159 11 Task Force for Democracy, 1982
159 12 Task Force for the Homeless, circa 1989
159 13 Taylor, Jesse, 1982
159 14 Team Defense Project, Inc., 1990
159 15 Teddor, W. Paul, scholarship request, 1982
159 16 Thomas, Clarence (Justice), 1991-1992
159 17 Tidewater Television Advisory Council, Inc., 1982
160 1 Time Magazine, 1982
160 2 Tony Brown's Journal, 1979
160 3 Trade Unionist, circa 1979
160 4 TransAfrica, 1980-1983
160 5 TransAfrica, 1985-1992
160 6 Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., 1981
160 7 Turner, Vincent Tyrone, shooting, 1991
160 8 Tuskegee Institute, 1982
160 9 United Church of Christ Commission for Racial Justice, 1990-1992
160 10 United Food and Commercial Workers Union strike at John Morell & Co. plants in Iowa and South Dakota, 1987
160 11 The United Holy Land Fund, 1982
160 12 United Methodist Church, circa 1970-1988
160 13 The United Methodist Church Council on Ministries Central Illinois Conference, 1981
160 14 United Nations, 1992
160 15 United Negro College Fund, Inc., 1981-1992
160 16 United Parcel Service (UPS), 1982
160 17 United States Commission on Civil Rights, 1978-1982
160 18 United States Commission on Civil Rights, Women and Minorities in the Media in Georgia, 1982-1983
160 19 United States Conference of Mayors, 1978
160 20 United Theological Seminary, 1990-1991
161 1 United Theological Seminary, National Advisory Board, African American Ministries Program, 1991
161 2 United States v. Albert Turner, et al., undated
161 3 Urban Crisis Center, 1978-1980
161 4 Urban Systems Institute, 1982
161 5 U.S. Attorney General, 1993
161 6 U.S. Congress, 1980-1993
161 7 U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1993
161 8 U.S. Department of the Air Force, 1981-1993
161 9 U.S. Department of the Army, 1980-1982
161 10 U.S. Department of Commerce, Economic Development Administration, 1978
161 11 U.S. Department of Education, 1991
161 12 U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1978
161 13 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 1982-1992
161 14 U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 1977-1992
161 15 U.S. Department of Justice, 1981-1993
161 16 U.S. Department of State, 1990-1992
161 17 U.S. Department of Transportation, 1981
161 18 U.S. Information Agency, 1990
161 19 U.S. Interreligious Committee for Peace in the Middle East, 1990
161 20 U.S. Senate, 1991-1992
161 21 U.S. Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, Hearings on Drugs and Violence: The Criminal Justice System in Crisis, Atlanta, Georgia, June 28, 1989
161 22 The Vanishing Black Male, Inc., 1990
161 23 Victim impact, 1990-1993
161 24 Vine City, Atlanta, Georgia, 1986-1991
161 25 Violence task force, 1991
161 26 Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, 1982
161 27 Voting Rights Act, undated
162 1 Voting Rights Act, 1981-1982
162 2 Voting Rights Act, 25th Anniversary, 1990
162 3 Voting Rights, Alabama reapportionment, 1991
162 4 Wallace, David M., Chicago health program, 1978
162 5 Wallace and Wallace Enterprises, Inc., 1981-1982
162 6 WAOK Radio, 1982
162 7 The Washington North Star, 1982
162 8 W.B. Yeats International Theatre Festival, 1990-1991
162 9 We Ourselves, Inc., undated
162 10 Weld, Bill (Governor), 1992
162 11 Welfare reform, circa 1987
162 12 Wesley United Methodist Church, 1981
162 13 Western Electric, 1981
162 14 The White House, 1993
162 15 Who's Who in Black Corporate America, 1982
162 16 Wickes Companies, Inc., 1982
162 17 WIGO Radio, 1981-1982
162 18 Williams, Jeffrey, 1991
162 19 Wilmington Ten, 1977-1978
162 20 Wilson, E.J. (Reverend), 1984
162 21 Wolf, Block, Schorr and Soli-Cohen, 1982
162 22 Wonder, Stevie, 1981
162 23 Worker's Defense League, 1982
162 24 Workfare, 1983
162 25 World-wide Peace Pilgrimage, circa 1980-1981
162 26 Wright, Troy and Alberta, 1992
162 27 WSB Radio, 1981
162 28 "Young Black Males in Jeopardy: Risk Factors and Intervention Strategies," 1990
162 29 Young-Cummings, Mary, 1991
162 30 Young People's Lobby for Jobs, 1981
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