Subseries 4.6
E. Randel T. Osburn files, 1970-2005
Boxes 244 - 280

Biographical Note

Reverend E. Randel T. Osburn (1946-2008) joined the national staff of SCLC in 1980, serving as Special Assistant to the President and then Director of Programs. He was appointed Director of Chapters and Affiliates in 1984, an office he held until approximately 1989. Between 1989 and 2003, Osburn held the titles of National Administrator, Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer and Executive Director, and supervised the day to day activities of the national office.

Osburn was also the first cousin of Coretta Scott King and began his long association with SCLC as a teenager. In fact, he was the youngest member of the field staff during Martin Luther King, Jr.'s presidency. Prior to joining the national staff in the 1980s, he also served as Regional Vice President of SCLC in Cleveland, Ohio.

Scope and Content Note

The subseries consists of the files of E. Randel T. Osburn from 1970-2005, including correspondence and office files. Correspondence spans the years 1980-2003, but many years are incomplete. Office files include administrative records, such as memoranda, meeting minutes, program planning files, and mail logs (which also contain information about Chapters and Affiliates mailings), as well as subject files. General requests for information from SCLC appear in both office files and correspondence.

Of particular interest are files on the Stop the Killing, End the Violence campaign of the 1990s, although these are not voluminous. Several folders contain information on the 1984 Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans hearings that SCLC conducted in eleven cities to gather information from physicians, experts and ordinary citizens about the quality and accessibility of health care. In the mid-1990s, SCLC organized several rallies, summits and fundraising on behalf of African American churches that were burned. One folder of material documenting these efforts can be found in the office files. Also of note are several folders pertaining to various police brutality task forces and hearings. Other files in the subseries reflect Osburn's interest in a wide variety of issues such as youth and education; health care, including mental health and disability issues; substance abuse; and interreligious and interdenominational coalition-building.

General administrative material and all subject files created by Osburn, including for periods when he was not National Administrator, are contained in this subseries. For additional material relating to his work as Director of Chapters and Affiliates, see Series 5: Chapters and Affiliates.

Arrangement Note

Correspondence is arranged in chronological order; office files are arranged in alphabetical order.

Correspondence
Box Folder Content
244 1 Fragments, undated
244 2 Fragments, 1992-2001
244 3 Undated [1 of 2][
244 4 Undated [2 of 2]
244 5 1980-1982
244 6 1983 January-March
244 7 1983 April-June
244 8 1983 July-December
245 1 1984
245 2 1985 January-August
245 3 1985 September-December
245 4 1986 January-June
245 5 1986 July-December
245 6 1987
245 7 1988
245 8 1989
246 1 1990 January-May
246 2 1990 June-December
246 3 1991 January-July
246 4 1991 August-December
246 5 1992 January-February
246 6 1992 March-April
246 7 1992 May-June
247 1 1992 July-August
247 2 1992 September-December
247 3 1993 January-June
247 4 1993 July-December
247 5 1994 January-March
247 6 1994 April-June
248 1 1994 July-September
248 2 1994 October-December
248 3 1995 January-April
248 4 1995 May-August
248 5 1995 September-October
248 6 1995 November-December
249 1 1996 January-May
249 2 1996 June-September
249 3 1996 October-December
249 4 1997 January-April
249 5 1997 May-July
249 6 1997 August-December
250 1 1998 January-June
250 2 1998 July-December
250 3 1999 January-May
250 4 1999 June-July
250 5 1999 August-September
250 6 1999 October-December
251 1 2000 January
251 2 2000 February
251 3 2000 March-April
251 4 2000 May-December
251 5 2001-2002
251 6 2003
Office files
252 1 1000 Black Males Summit, Dayton, Ohio, circa 1992
252 2 2000 and Beyond: Social Transformation, Creating Justice conference, 1987
252 3 A. Philip Randolph Institute, 1982-1992
252 4 Abernathy, Ralph David, circa 1990-1991
252 5 Abortion, circa 1992
252 6 Abraham, Nathaniel, 1998
252 7 Abu-Jamal, Mumia, 1995-2000
252 8 Acme Business Products, 1994
252 9 Adept Tee's, 1996
252 10 Adolescent Support and Advocacy Program, undated
252 11 Adult Parenting Workshop, Central United Methodist Church, 1984
252 12 Advocates for the Disabled, 1990
252 13 Affirmative action, circa 1993-1995
252 14 Affirmative action, circa 1996-1998
252 15 Africa, undated
252 16 Africa, 1983-2000
252 17 African American Archives Auxiliary, 1997
252 18 African Children's Fund, 1994-1998
252 19 Aid to Families with Dependent Children, undated
252 20 AIDS, circa 1986-1993
252 21 AIDS in the Black Community conference, 1986
252 22 Alabama local law enforcement policy petition, undated
252 23 "Alarming Threats to Religious Liberty Today," circa 1984
252 24 Albert T. Mills Enrichment Center, circa 1995
253 1 Alcoholism, 1983-1999
253 2 Alonzo F. Herndon Elementary School, Annual Black History Program, 1996
253 3 The American Families Legal and Civil Rights Drug Abuse Protection Bill proposal, undated
253 4 American Indians, circa 1985-2000
253 5 Americans for Workplace Fairness, 1992
253 6 Anderson, William G. (Doctor), 1994
253 7 Angelou, Maya, 1998
253 8 Ansbro, John J., Martin Luther King, Jr.: The Making of a Mind, 1982-1983
253 9 Anti-gang proposal, West Atlanta Elementary School, 1992
253 10 Apollo-11 mission, circa 1979
253 11 Appreciation dinner for E. Randel T. Osburn, 1978
253 12 Ashcroft, John, undated
253 13 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., anniversary, undated
253 14 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 25th anniversary, 1993
253 15 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 26th anniversary, 1994
253 16 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 27th anniversary, 1995
253 17 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 28th anniversary, 1996
253 18 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 29th anniversary, 1997
253 19 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 30th anniversary, 1998
253 20 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 31st anniversary, 1999
253 21 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 34th anniversary, 2002
253 22 Assault on Illiteracy Process (AOIP), 1983-1993
253 23 Assault on Illiteracy Process (AOIP), 1994-1998
254 1 AT&T, 1993-1994
254 2 Atlanta Black Professionals Network, 1993
254 3 Atlanta City Council, circa 1998
254 4 Atlanta, Georgia fire department, 1994
254 5 Atlanta Religious Mobilization Against Crime, 1991
254 6 Atlanta Summit Against Poverty, 1991
254 7 Auburn Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia, circa 1986-1997
254 8 Avantor Financial Corporation, 1990
254 9 Bashiridin, Abdul, undated
254 10 Beating the Odds Scholarship Program, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1999
254 11 Bell's Entertainment Fashions Productions, 1991
254 12 Bevel, James, 1992
254 13 Biographical sketches, undated
254 14 Black and Multiracial Church Burnings National Press Conference packet, 1997
254 15 Black children, undated
254 16 Black consumers, undated
254 17 Black elected officials, circa 1980-1990
254 18 Black Expo New York, 1989
254 19 Black Expo USA, circa 1992
254 20 The black family, undated
254 21 The black family, 1985-1986
254 22 Black Family Reunion Celebration, 1987-1997
254 23 Black farmers, circa 1985-1990
254 24 Black Film Festival, 1992
254 25 Black History Festival/Celebration, first annual, 1994
254 26 Black Leadership Forum, 1994-1998
255 1 Black Leadership Forum, meeting packet, 1982
255 2 Black owned businesses, circa 1992
255 3 Black Rose Ball, 1991-1992
255 4 Black voting districts, circa 1995-1996
255 5 Blacks in sports, 1987-1993
255 6 Board of Directors, undated [See also Series 1: Board of Directors records]
255 7 Board of Directors, 1984-1998
255 8 Board of Directors, Brady Tyson, circa 1987
255 9 Board of Directors, Henry Silva, undated
255 10 Board of Directors, meetings and retreats, circa 1985-1998
255 11 Board of Directors, presidential search committee, 1997
255 12 Board of Directors, Rosa Parks, 1992-1996
255 13 Board of Directors, Walter E. Fauntroy, 1988
255 14 Bork, Robert, nomination to U.S. Supreme Court, 1987
255 15 Boycott Miami, 1992
255 16 Boycott of the state of South Carolina, 1999 [See also National Convention, 42nd annual, 1999]
255 17 Bradford, Zee, undated
255 18 Brazil, circa 1983
255 19 Briddy, Rubin, 1997
255 20 Brown, Tony, circa 1982-1984
255 21 Budget proposal, undated
255 22 Burger King Academy program, circa 1994
255 23 Bush, George H.W. (President), circa 1988-1992
255 24 Butler/Auburn Community Redevelopment Plan, 1994
255 25 Butler Street YMCA, circa 1986-1997
255 26 Calendars, 1992-2000
255 27 A Call for Jobs, 1993
256 1 A Call for Unity, 1992-1993
256 2 Cameron M. Alexander Community Appreciation Dinner, 1994
256 3 Capital Clean Sweep program, Washington, D.C., circa 1991
256 4 Capital University Law School, 1985
256 5 Cascade United Methodist Church, cathedral completion, 1994
256 6 Case Farms poultry processing plant, Morganton, North Carolina, 1996
256 7 Center for Democratic Renewal [previously known as the National Anti-Klan Network], 1987-2000
256 8 Chavis, Benjamin, 1994
256 9 Children's Defense Fund, 1997-1998
256 10 Christic Institute-South, 1984-1987
256 11 Church burnings, 1994-1999
256 12 Citizen/Labor Energy Coalition, circa 1983-1984
256 13 Citizenship Education Awards Program, 1995
256 14 City of Atlanta Community Prevention Partnership Project, grant proposal, 1991
256 15 Clergy and Laity Concerned, circa 1983-1989
256 16 Clinton, Bill (President), undated
256 17 Clinton, Bill (President), 1992-1997
256 18 Coalition to End Fear and Intimidation in Forsyth County, 1992
256 19 Coalition to Repeal the Fingerprints Law, 1997
256 20 Coalition to Save Our Children and Youth, 1994
257 1 Cocaine and the Central Intelligence Agency, 1996
257 2 "Cocaine Fever" by Roland S. Jefferson, undated
257 3 Cole, Henry, 1992
257 4 Collegefest, Charleston, South Carolina, 1995
257 5 Commission on Higher Education, circa 1983
257 6 Committee for Equal Opportunity in Education, circa 1997
257 7 Community based prevention, undated
257 8 Community Development Corporation, 1996
257 9 Concerned Black Clergy, circa 1985-1997
257 10 Confederate flag on the South Carolina State House, 1996-2000
257 11 Congress, 104th session, 1996
257 12 Conscientious objectors, 1991
257 13 Constitution and By-laws of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, undated
257 14 Copenny, Odum, and Associates, proposal for consultant services, circa 1997
257 15 Criminal justice system, undated
257 16 Criminal justice system, circa 1981-1996
257 17 Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans hearings, circa 1984 [1 of 3] [See also Subseries 10.7: Crisis in Heath Care for Black and Poor Americans records]
257 18 Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans hearings, circa 1984 [2 of 3]
258 1 Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans hearings, circa 1984 [3 of 3]
258 2 Cuba, undated
258 3 Cuba, circa 1992
258 4 Curi, Antonio, 1995-1996
258 5 Curtis, Mark, 1989
258 6 Dallas Acts Kind, 1995
258 7 Darden, Willie, 1979-1988
258 8 Darragh, John R., 1994
258 9 Death penalty, circa 1990-2000
258 10 Decatur High School protests, 1994
258 11 DeKalb County fire department, 1983
258 12 Delta Air Lines, 1996-1997
258 13 Delta Air Lines Action Forum Study Group, 1991-1994
258 14 Department Student Affairs, Call to Manhood Conference, 1993 [See also Series 9: Department of Student Affairs records]
258 15 Depression, circa 1995 [1 of 2]
258 16 Depression, circa 1995 [2 of 2]
258 17 "Dialogue or Disaster: The Challenge of the 80's to Christians and Marxists," undated
258 18 Diatribe on white America, undated
258 19 Disabled persons, undated
258 20 Discrimination in private clubs, 1990
258 21 Diversity Career Fair, 1997
258 22 "Does Roadway Express Discriminate Against Blacks?" 1992
258 23 Domestic violence, 1995
258 24 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Service Center, Huntsville, Alabama, 1991
258 25 Drug rehabilitation program building proposal, 1989
258 26 Drugs, circa 1985-1996
258 27 Duke, David, circa 1991-1992
258 28 Dyson, Michele, 1995
258 29 Education, undated
258 30 Education, 1983-1998
259 1 Elections, 1992
259 2 Eliza Waits Humanitarian Award, 1994
259 3 Ellis, Thomas, 1996
259 4 "Employment Discrimination Against Women and Minorities in Georgia" by Alfred W. Blumrosen et al., 1999
259 5 Enevold, Orrin H., 1998
259 6 Enough is Enough Hearings on Police Misconduct and Brutality, 1999
259 7 Entrepreneurship and Business Training Program, undated
259 8 Environmental justice, undated
259 9 Environmental justice, 1992-1995
259 10 Evers, Medgar, 1989
259 11 Faith Outreach Church, Lilburn, Georgia, 1993-1994
259 12 Faith Walk for Justice and Peace, 2002
259 13 Families in Touch, program proposal, 1993
259 14 Fannie Lou Hamer Convention, 1988
259 15 Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1983-1999
259 16 Fields, Cleo, circa 1997
259 17 Fifty Years of Struggle Conference, 1989
259 18 Fort Smith, Arkansas, police department, 1996
259 19 Freedom of Personal Identity proposed constitutional amendment, 2000
259 20 Freedom Fest/Freaknik, circa 1995-1997
259 21 Gangsta rap, 1993-1997
259 22 Gates, Robert, 1991
259 23 Geneva, Georgia, 1986
259 24 Georgia Advocacy Office, 1992-1999
259 25 Georgia Civil Rights Network, 1991-1992
259 26 Georgia Coalition of Black Women, 1991-1992
259 27 Georgia Empowerment Coalition, 1992
259 28 Georgia Forum, 1991-1992
259 29 Georgia Legislative Black Caucus reception, 1990
259 30 Georgia Rural Urban Summit, 1995-1999
260 1 Georgia Rural Urban Summit, 2000-2002
260 2 Georgia state budget, 1984-1985
260 3 Georgia state flag, 1993-2001 [See also Subseries 7.2: Department of Direct Action office files]
260 4 Georgia Supreme Court Commission on Racial and Ethnic Bias in the Court System, 1993-1994
260 5 Gingrich, Newt (Congressman), 1991-1994
260 6 A Gospel Tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr., 1988
260 7 Grady Memorial Hospital, 1993
260 8 Gray, William H., III, 1991
260 9 Gregory, Dick, 1990-1996
260 10 Griggs, Willie, 1991
260 11 GSX Chemical Services hazardous waste treatment plant, circa 1984-1987
260 12 Gulf War, circa 1991-1992
260 13 Gun control, circa 1991-1999
260 14 Gyorgy, Anna, 1985-1989
260 15 Haiti, circa 1991-1994
260 16 Hammock, Jim, circa 1986
260 17 Hate crime legislation, 1992
260 18 "Hats: A Tribute to Harriet Tubman," 1982
260 19 Health and health care, circa 1984-1994
260 20 Health care reform, 1992-1994
260 21 "Helping Blacks Achieve the American Dream: Justice at Work" by Black Leadership Committee for Workplace Fairness, undated
261 1 Heritage Crest, 1996-1997
261 2 He's Not Heavy, He's My Brother, Inc., 1991
261 3 Hill, David (Rabbi), undated
261 4 Historically black colleges and universities, circa 1989
261 5 Homelessness, 1993-1995
261 6 Housing, circa 1985-1990
261 7 "The Hudson Report on Dick Gregory's Safe Nutrition Correction Connection," undated
261 8 I Have a Dream National Youth Assembly, 1989
261 9 Imperial Food Products, 1991
261 10 "An Information Systems Analysis of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference" by Bentley Plummer and Christopher C. Currie, 1970
261 11 The Interfaith Alliance, 1996
261 12 Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility, 1993
261 13 Interfaith Coalition of Metropolitan Atlanta, 1992-1995
261 14 International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, 1992
261 15 International Nonviolence Conference, 1999
261 16 International War Toy Boycott, 1985
261 17 Inter-office directory, undated
261 18 Interreligious Commission on Civil Rights, 1986
261 19 Interviews and media appearances, undated
261 20 Interviews and media appearances, 1992-2001
261 21 Irving, Samuel G., undated
261 22 Israel and Palestine, circa 1982-1996
261 23 Itineraries, E. Randel T. Osburn, 1987-1998
261 24 Itineraries, unknown staff person, undated
261 25 Itineraries, unknown staff person, 1983-1994
261 26 Iverson, Allen, circa 1993
261 27 Jackson, Jesse (Reverend), circa 1984-1986
261 28 Japan, circa 1986-1994
262 1 Jobs with Justice, annual meeting packet, 1992
262 2 John Marshall Law School, circa 1998-1999
262 3 John Marshall Law School, 2000
262 4 Junior Black Academy of Arts and Letters, 1992
262 5 Keene, Karlyn H., undated
262 6 Kiddie Kampus Day Care Center investigation, 1992
262 8 King, Bernice (Reverend), 1991
262 9 King, Charles H., 1991
262 10 King, Coretta Scott, undated
262 11 King, Coretta Scott, 1998
262 12 King Day, Charleston, South Carolina, 1994
262 13 King Day, New Hampshire, 1997
262 14 King, Martin Luther, Jr., investigation of assassination, 1994-1999
262 15 King, Martin Luther, Jr., scriptural references and sermon subjects, undated
262 16 King, Martin Luther, III, inauguration, 1997-1998
262 17 King, Rodney, circa 1992
262 18 King, Vernon C., undated
262 19 King Week celebrations, undated
262 20 King Week celebrations, 1983-2000
262 21 Kmart, 1995-1996
262 22 Korea and Korean Americans, 1990-1991
262 23 Ku Klux Klan, 1983-1992
262 24 Kwanzaa, circa 1995
262 25 Labor organizing, 1981-1992
262 26 LaFayette, Bernard, Jr., undated
262 27 LaRouche, Lyndon, undated
262 28 Latin America, circa 1982-1983
262 29 Lavonia Perryman Worldwide Communications, 1998
262 30 Lawsuits against University of South Florida, 2000
263 1 Lee, Bernard, undated
263 2 Legal records, Anthony Braden Bryan v. Michael Moore, 1998
263 3 Legal records, Anthony T. Lee, et al. v. Macon County Board of Education, 1994
263 4 Legal records, contract, undated
263 5 Legal records, contracts, 1981-1992
263 6 Legal records, G. Knox McLaney III v. Alco Capital Resource, Incorporated, 1995
263 7 Legal records, general, 1983-1996
263 8 Legal records, The Institute for Tsunamic Justice v. Cook County Sheriff Charles Bryant et al., 2000
263 9 Legal records, lease for 250 Auburn Avenue Suite 600A, 2002
263 10 Legal records, Michael C. Wooden, et al. v. University System of Georgia, 1998
263 11 Legal records, Robert R. Freeman, et al. v. William Eugene Pitts, et al., amicus curiae brief, 1991-1992 amicus curiae brief, 1991-1992
263 12 Legal records, Sharon Bell, et al. v. Proffitt's, Incorporated, 1997
263 13 Legal records, Sir Olateru-Olagbegi v. Anheuser-Busch, 1999
263 14 Legal records, State of Missouri v. Brian Kinder, amicus curiae brief, 1996 amicus curiae brief, 1996
263 15 Legal records, State of Missouri v. Kalima Jenkins, 1994
263 16 Lewis, John, 1991
263 17 Lists of books pertaining to the Civil Rights Movement, circa 1994
263 18 Litanies, undated
263 19 Litanies, 1992-1997
263 20 "The Little Black Book: Black Male Survival in America," by Carol Taylor, 1995
263 21 Lomax, Michael, undated
263 22 Long, Rodney J., circa 1993-1994
263 23 Los Alamos Laboratory, circa 1994
263 24 Los Alamos Middle School, Los Alamos, New Mexico, 1993
263 25 Lyke, James (Archbishop), 1993
263 26 Lyons, Henry (Reverend), circa 1997
263 27 Mail logs, incoming, 1992-1994
263 28 Mail logs, incoming, 1995-2000
264 1 Mail logs, outgoing, 1991-2000
264 2 Make MLK a National Holiday Fun Run, 1983
264 3 "Man in Demand" student training manual, by Wayne and Emily Hunter, undated
264 4 Mandela, Nelson, visit to the United States, 1990
264 5 March from Pickens County to Montgomery, Alabama in support of Maggie Bozeman and Julia Wilder, 1982
264 6 March on Washington, 20th anniversary mobilization, 1983
264 7 March on Washington, 25th anniversary mobilization, 1988
264 8 March on Washington, 30th anniversary mobilization, 1993
264 9 March on Washington, 37th anniversary mobilization, 2000
264 10 Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, circa 1983-1994
264 11 Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, Board of Directors meeting packet, 1994
264 12 Martin Luther King, Jr. College of Ministers, 1986
264 13 Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday Commission, circa 1985 [1 of 2] [See also Subseries 7.2: Department of Direct Action office files]
264 14 Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday Commission, circa 1985 [2 of 2]
264 15 Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday Commission, circa 1986-1990
265 1 Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday Commission, 1994-1996
265 2 Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Day, instructions for observance, undated
265 3 Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice, 1988 [See also Subseries 7.2: Department of Direct Action office files]
265 4 Martin Luther King, Jr. State Holiday Commission, 1999
265 5 Martin, Yolanda, 1994
265 6 Mass meeting in support of Brother Warren Cokely, 1983
265 7 McBride, Isaac, undated
265 8 McKinney, Cynthia, 1992
265 9 Meeting agendas, undated
265 10 Meeting agendas, 1983-2005
265 11 Meeting attendance sheets, undated
265 12 Meeting attendance sheets, 1990
265 13 Meeting minutes, undated
265 14 Meeting minutes, 1986-2001
265 15 Memoranda, undated
265 16 Memoranda, 1982-1989
265 17 Memoranda, 1990-1991
266 1 Memoranda, 1992 January-April
266 2 Memoranda, 1992 May-December
266 3 Memoranda, 1993
266 4 Memoranda, 1994
266 5 Memoranda, 1995-1996
266 6 Memoranda, 1997-1998
266 7 Memoranda, 1999-2002
266 8 Menberu, undated
266 9 Mental health, undated
266 10 "Mental Health Alcohol and Drug Standards," undated
267 1 Metro Atlanta Conference on the War Against Drugs, 1986
267 2 The Middle East, circa 1981-1983
267 3 Million Man March, circa 1995 [1 of 2]
267 4 Million Man March, circa 1995 [2 of 2]
267 5 Million Youth Movement, 1998
267 6 Miseducation and Tracking of Black Children Summit, circa 1996-1998
267 7 Miss Bronze America of Atlanta, Georgia, undated
267 8 Montgomery Bus Boycott, 30th anniversary, 1985
267 9 Montgomery Bus Boycott, 40th anniversary, 1995-1996
267 10 Moon, Sun Myung, circa 1983-1985
267 11 Moore Little, Inc., undated
267 12 Morgan State University, African-American History Celebration honoring SCLC, 1992
267 13 Morse, Donald, circa 1992
267 14 Mortgage fraud, circa 1991-1992
267 15 Motor Voter Law, circa 1995
267 16 "Movement or Countermovement: Violence in America" by Gail P. Myers, 1992
267 17 Muhammad, Fard, 1990
267 18 The Muscle-Up-So-Crack-Loses-in-the-End Group, 1993
267 19 National Action Network, Keepers of the Dream Awards and Dinner, circa 2001
267 20 National African American Leadership Summit, 1995
267 21 National Association for Ex-Offenders, 1992
267 22 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), circa 1992-1997
267 23 National Association of Protection and Advocacy Systems, 2002
267 24 National Black McDonald's Operators Association, Thirteenth Annual Convention packet, 1985
267 25 National Black Organizers' Conference, 1984
267 26 National Civil Rights Museum, circa 1991-1992
267 27 National Coalition on Black Voter Participation, 1992
267 28 National Coalition to Extend the Voting Rights Act and Free Maggie Bozeman and Julia Wilder, 1982
267 29 National Conference on Parenting, undated
267 30 National Convention, undated
267 31 National Convention, 23rd annual, 1980
267 32 National Convention, 24th annual, 1981
267 33 National Convention, 25th annual, 1982
268 1 National Convention, 26th annual, 1983
268 2 National Convention, 28th annual, 1985
268 3 National Convention, 29th annual, 1986
268 4 National Convention, 31st annual, 1988
268 5 National Convention, 32nd annual, 1989
268 6 National Convention, 33rd annual, 1990
268 7 National Convention, 34th annual, 1991
268 8 National Convention, 35th annual, 1992 [1 of 6]
268 9 National Convention, 35th annual, 1992 [2 of 6]
268 10 National Convention, 35th annual, 1992 [3 of 6]
269 1 National Convention, 35th annual, 1992 [4 of 6]
269 2 National Convention, 35th annual, 1992 [5 of 6]
269 3 National Convention, 35th annual, 1992 [6 of 6]
269 4 National Convention, 36th annual, 1993
269 5 National Convention, 37th annual, 1994 [1 of 3]
270 1 National Convention, 37th annual, 1994 [2 of 3]
270 2 National Convention, 37th annual, 1994 [3 of 3]
270 3 National Convention, 38th annual, 1995
270 4 National Convention, 39th annual, 1996 [1 of 2]
270 5 National Convention, 39th annual, 1996 [2 of 2]
270 6 National Convention, 40th annual, 1997 [1 of 2]
271 1 National Convention, 40th annual, 1997 [2 of 2]
271 2 National Convention, 41st annual, 1998
271 3 National Convention, 42nd annual, 1999 [See also Boycott of the state of South Carolina, 1999]
271 4 National Convention, 42nd annual, 2000 [1 of 2]
271 5 National Convention, 42nd annual, 2000 [2 of 2]
271 6 National Convention, 43rd annual, 2001
271 7 National Convention, 44th annual, 2002 [1 of 2]
271 8 National Convention, 44th annual, 2002 [2 of 2]
271 9 National Convention, 45th annual, 2003
271 10 National Endowment for the Humanities, 1994
272 1 National newspaper proposal, 1989
272 2 National Pilgrimage for Abolition of the Death Penalty, circa 1990 [See also Subseries 7.2: Department of Direct Action office files]
272 3 National Tenants Organization 20th Anniversary Convention, 1989
272 4 National Urban League, 1990
272 5 National Voting Rights Museum, circa 1991-1999
272 6 Nations Bank, 1997
272 7 Ndebele, Joel Sibusiso, 1992
272 8 Near Southeast Citizens Committee, Fort Worth, Texas, 1983
272 9 Nestle Corporation, 1992
272 10 "The New Concept of the Mathematics of Quality for Future America," 1993
272 11 Nicaragua, circa 1984-1989
272 12 Norman, Pettis B., 1992
272 13 North American Youth Conference, 1993-1994
272 14 North Carolina Flood Relief Coalition, 1999
272 15 North, Oliver, 1991
272 16 Northwest Mortgage Company, 1994
272 17 Not in Our Name, 2003
272 18 Notes and notebooks, Connie Graham, 2000
272 19 Notes and notebooks, E. Randel T. Osburn, undated
272 20 Notes and notebooks, unidentified, undated [1 of 3]
273 1 Notes and notebooks, unidentified, undated [2 of 3]
273 2 Notes and notebooks, unidentified, undated [3 of 3]
273 3 Notes and notebooks, unidentified, 1990-1993
273 4 Notes and notebooks, unidentified, 1994-1995
273 5 Nuclear disarmament, circa 1982
273 6 Nuclear disarmament, circa 1983 [1 of 2]
274 1 Nuclear disarmament, circa 1983 [2 of 2]
274 2 Nuclear disarmament, circa 1984-1992
274 3 Offenburger, Tom, circa 1986
274 4 Ohio Civil Rights Commission, circa 1991
274 5 Ohio Supreme Court, 1993
274 6 Okaloosa County, Florida police department, 1991
274 7 Old Time Gospel Singing Revival, Washington, D.C., 1983
274 8 Olympics, circa 1994-1996
274 9 The Open Door Community, 1985-1987
274 10 Operation Big Vote, 1996-1999
274 11 Operation Breadbasket, circa 1981 [See also Subseries 10.4: Operation Breadbasket records]
274 12 Operation Movement, development plan proposal by Albert Love, 2002
274 13 Operation PUSH, Inc., 1982-1990
274 14 Operation Restoration of Cabbage Town, Atlanta, 1995
274 15 The Organization for a New Equality, 1984-1986
274 16 Organization Plus, Inc. Computer Learning Center, 1998
274 17 Organizational structure, undated
274 18 Osburn, E. Randel T., personal, 1992
274 19 Osburn, E. Randel T., trip to Cuba, 1999
274 20 Osburn/Scott Family Reunion, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 1982
274 21 Owens, Sam, 1989
274 22 Peace movement, 1993
274 23 Peake, Thomas, circa 1983-1986
274 24 People to People tour, 1995-1996
274 25 Personnel, anti-harassment policy, 1993
274 26 Personnel, computer training, undated
274 27 Personnel, job descriptions, undated
274 28 Personnel, job interview questions, circa 1997
274 29 Personnel, policy manuals, undated
274 30 Personnel, policy manuals, circa 1994
274 31 Personnel, summer youth employment program, 1991
274 32 Petitions for religious programming on television, circa 1991
274 33 Philadelphia Unemployment Project, 1990
274 34 The Phoenix Theater Project, program proposal, 1994
274 35 Pilgrimage to Washington for Voting Rights, Peace, Economic Justice, 1982 [See also Subseries 7.2: Department of Direct Action office files]
274 36 Plessy v. Ferguson, 100th anniversary, 1996
274 37 Police officers and stress management, 1991
274 38 Political manifesto, undated
274 39 "Politics: Before and After the King Verdict" public forum, DeKalb College, 1992
275 1 Polychlorinated biphenyl contamination in Anniston, Alabama, 2000
275 2 Poor People's Crusade, circa 1986-1987 [See also Subseries 10.3: Poor People's Campaign records and Subseries 7.2: Department of Direct Action office files]
275 3 Poor People's Initiatives, Community Forum, 2001
275 4 Poverty, 1990-1991
275 5 Preachers Summit, undated
275 6 "President's Proposal for 5 Extended Program Areas," undated
275 7 Press release drafts, undated
275 8 Press release drafts, 1988-2003
275 9 Principal Mutual Life Insurance policy, undated
275 10 Prior Tire Company, circa 1995
275 11 Prisons, undated
275 12 Prisons, 1987-1994
275 13 The Private Industry Council of Atlanta, 1991
275 14 Program highlights, 1982-1995
275 15 Program/project status report, 2003
275 16 Program projections and budget narrative, undated
275 17 Programs and activities, circa 1984
275 18 "Project Vote Smart Voter's Self-Defense Manual," 1994
275 19 Prostate Cancer Screening Initiative, 2000
275 20 Prostitution, undated
275 21 Publix Supermarkets, 1992-1995
275 22 Pyramid scheme, undated
275 23 Racial profiling, circa 2000
275 24 Rappin' for Our Future, 1986 [See also Series 9: Department of Student Affairs records]
275 25 R.D. Wood Insurance, 1994
275 26 Reid, Milton A. (Doctor), 1998
275 27 Reinforcing Democracy in the Americas conference packet, 1986
275 28 Religious Expo, Inc., 1994
275 29 Religious fellowship, Bible Way Church, Washington, D.C., 1983
275 30 Remarks, undated
275 31 Remarks, Americans for Workplace Fairness meeting, 1992
275 32 Reparations to Africa and Africans in the Diaspora, 1990-2000
275 33 Reports, 1984-1997
276 1 Requests for information, completed forms, undated
276 2 Requests for information, completed forms, 1996-2000
276 3 Resolution Trust Corporation, circa 1994
276 4 Rich's Department Store, 1994
276 5 "Rituals and Practices for Observing the Birthday of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.," undated
276 6 Robinson, Cleveland, 1995
276 7 Ron Brown Heritage Tour, 1996
276 8 Rosa and Raymond Parks Institute for Self-Development, 1992-2002
276 9 Rowan, Carl, 1991
276 10 Rubin, Larry, undated
276 11 Sacred Rights Pilgrimage from Eufaula to Montgomery, Alabama, 1983
276 12 Samaritan House of Atlanta, 1994
276 13 Sanders, Rose M., 1994
276 14 Satanic crime, undated
276 15 Schupp, Ronald I., circa 1990-1993
276 16 SCLC histories, circa 1992-1996
276 17 SCLC WAGES Provider program, 1999
276 18 SCLC/W.O.M.E.N., Drum Major for Justice Awards Dinner, 1984
276 19 SCLC/W.O.M.E.N., "Get Out the Vote" Prayer Breakfast, 1992
276 20 SCLC/W.O.M.E.N., Learning Center, circa 1991-1994
276 21 SCLC/W.O.M.E.N., National AIDS Program, circa 1989
276 22 SCLC/W.O.M.E.N., Women in Touch Prayer Breakfast, 1991
276 23 Selma to Montgomery March, 20th anniversary, 1985
276 24 Selma to Montgomery March, 25th anniversary, 1990
276 25 Selma to Montgomery March, 27th anniversary, 1992
276 26 Selma to Montgomery March, 30th anniversary, 1995
276 27 Selma to Montgomery March, 35th anniversary, 2000
276 28 Service of Word, Candler School of Theology, 1987
276 29 Sexual harassment, 1991-1992
276 30 "Shadow of Hatred: Hate Group Activity in Cobb County, Georgia," 1994
276 31 Simpson, O.J., circa 1994
276 32 Sinclair, Timmie, 1997
276 33 Slow Ride to Montgomery, 1997
276 34 Somalia, 1992
276 35 South Africa, undated
276 36 South Africa, 1980
277 1 South Africa, circa 1981-1982
277 2 South Africa, circa 1983-1986
277 3 South Africa, circa 1987-1992
277 4 Southern Community/Labor Conference, 1991
277 5 Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice, 1981-1998
277 6 Southern Regional Council, 1981-1997
277 7 Speaking engagements, 1985-1996
277 8 Speaking engagements, 1997-2006
277 9 Sponsor list, 1997
277 10 Staff roster, undated
277 11 Statements, 1996-1997
277 12 Stewart, Bob, 1992
277 13 Stewart, Imogene Bigham (Reverend), 1995-1997
277 14 Stokes, Louis (Congressman), 1991-1992
278 1 Stop the Killing, End the Violence, undated [See also Subseries 10.9: Stop the Killing, End the Violence records]
278 2 Stop the Killing, End the Violence, 1991-1993
278 3 Stop the Killing, End the Violence, 1994-2002
278 4 Stopping the Violence Preachers' Summit, 1994
278 5 Storage unit rental, circa 1995
278 6 Supply order forms, circa 1993-1995
278 7 Task Force on Police Brutality, Harassment, and Improprieties in St. Petersburg, Florida, 1991-1993
278 8 Telephone messages, undated
278 9 Telephone messages, circa 1992-2002
278 10 Tent Revival, 1991
278 11 Terrorist groups in Georgia, 1983
278 12 Texaco, 1996-1998
278 13 Things to do lists, undated
278 14 Things to do lists, 1984-1994
278 15 Things to do lists, circa 1995-1999
278 16 Thomas, Clarence (Justice), 1991-1992
278 17 Thomas, "Able" Mable, undated
278 18 Tobacco Prevention Day, 2002
278 19 Transfer of property from First Federal Savings and Loan Association to Anthony and Sandra Cutno, 1995
278 20 Trinity Broadcasting Network, release form for unidentified television program, 1995
278 21 "The Triple Evils," undated
278 22 Tuberculosis, 1993
278 23 Tutu, Desmond, 1985-1986
278 24 Unemployment, 1982
279 1 United Church of Christ, 1980-1981
279 2 United States Commission on Civil Rights, circa 1986-1993
279 3 University of Toledo EXCEL Ethnographic Civil Rights Field Study, 1992
279 4 Urban Freedom School, 1993
279 5 V and L Research and Consulting, 1994
279 6 Video, SCLC history, 1988
279 7 Vivian, C.T., 1992
279 8 Voter registration, undated
279 9 Voter registration, circa 1983-2007
279 10 Walker, Wyatt Tee, circa 1994
279 11 We Must X-L, Inc., circa 1992
279 12 We the People, circa 1991
279 13 Website, 2001
279 14 Wedowee, Alabama, school fire, 1994
279 15 Weekly staff work summary reports, Administration and Chapters and Affiliates, 1994-1995
279 16 Weekly staff work summary reports, unknown staff, undated
279 17 Weekly staff work summary reports, unknown staff, 1994-1995
279 18 Welfare reform, 1994-1997
279 19 "Well I Declare" by Spiver Gordon, interviews with Claudette Matthews, Richard Dana Swan, and Avery Alexander, undated
279 20 What Can I Do to Keep the Dream Alive essay contest, 1999
279 21 Williams, Christopher R., undated
279 22 Williams, Hosea, 1987-1995
279 23 Williams, Willie James, 1998
279 24 Wings of Hope, circa 1989-1993 [See also Subseries 10.8: Wings of Hope Anti-Drug Program records]
279 25 Winn-Dixie Stores, boycott, circa 1985 [See also Subseries 2.3: President Joseph E. Lowery files and Subseries 7.2: Department of Direct Action office files]
280 1 Winn-Dixie Stores, boycott information packet, circa 1985
280 2 Women of Color in the Workplace conference, 1993
280 3 World Congress for Peace, 1986-1987
280 4 World Council of Churches, circa 1982
280 5 Writings, undated
280 6 Writings, 1963-1997
280 7 WWL Television boycott, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1989
280 8 Wyatt-Cummings, Thelma (Judge), undated
280 9 Y2K, 1999
280 10 Young, Andrew, undated
280 11 Young Miss Black Women's Debutante, program proposal, circa 1992
280 12 Youth, circa 1982-1995
280 13 YWCA of Greater Charleston, South Carolina, 1993-1997
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