Subseries 7.2
Department of Direct Action office files, 1965-2005
Boxes 397 - 474

Scope and Content Note

The subseries consists of the office files of the Department of Direct Action and Director Fred Taylor from 1965-2005. Included are internal memoranda, general information regarding personnel management, meeting minutes and agendas, reports, appointment calendars, event and program planning files, and subject files. The records document direct action efforts initiated, sponsored and supported by SCLC, programmatic activity of the organization, and general administrative activity of the organization. A significant amount of material is present relating to the planning of events such as the National Convention, various marches, protests and rallies, and efforts to commemorate the assassination and birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. Records can be found for the Continental Walk for Disarmament and Social Justice (1976), Pilgrimage to Washington for Voting Rights, Peace, Economic Justice (1982), the March from Pickens County to Montgomery, Alabama in Support of Maggie Bozeman and Julia Wilder (1982), the March for Sisterhood and Brotherhood and Against Fear and Intimidation in Forsyth County, Georgia (1987), the Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice (1988), and Lighting the Torch of Conscience, National Pilgrimage for Abolition of the Death Penalty (1990), among others.

Also present in the series is a vast amount of material relating to the campaign to create a national holiday honoring Martin Luther King, Jr., including petitions, letters and postcards in support of the holiday and records documenting Taylor's involvement with the Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday Commission.

The series also includes materials relating to Fred Taylor's involvement with other organizations. Of particular interest are files documenting his relationship with the American Friends Service Committee, Amnesty International, the National Anti-Klan Network, the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, the Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice, and the Coalition to Change the Georgia Flag, an organization dedicated to securing removal of the Confederate battle flag from the state flag of Georgia. Also contained in this subseries are files on topics of interest to Fred Taylor, including subjects such as the death penalty, voting rights and environmental justice. Most subject files contain correspondence.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in alphabetical order.

Box Folder Content
397 1 198 Methods of Nonviolent Action
397 2 A. Philip Randolph Institute, circa 1970s-1996
397 3 Abernathy, Ralph David (Reverend), funeral services, 1990
397 4 Access for All, 1999
397 5 Access to Jobs, 2000
397 6 Acker, Kathy, 1992
397 7 Activity logs and reports, undated
397 8 Activity logs and reports, 1981-1998
397 9 Ad-Hoc Electoral Action Coalition, 1995
397 10 "Addiction: Churches' Responsibility," A Statement by the Consultation on Addictions
397 11 Adult Parenting Workshop, Central United Methodist Church, undated
397 12 Advocates for the Disabled, 1990
397 13 Affirmative Action, circa 1995-1999
397 14 The Africa Fund, 1993
397 15 African American Environmental Justice Action Network, 1998-2000
397 16 The African-American Institute, circa 1988
397 17 African-American Merchants Association at Underground Atlanta, circa 1993-1994
397 18 "African-Americans and Health Care: The Need for Action," 1992
397 19 African Americans seeking public office, undated
397 20 African Methodist Episcopal Church Atlanta-North Georgia Conference, 1997-2000
397 21 African Methodist Episcopal Church Minister's Union of Atlanta and Vicinity, 1999-2001
397 22 Agee, Angelo K. (Doctor), "General Principles of Foot Care," undated
397 23 Aid to Imprisoned Mothers, 1992
397 24 Ajax Chemical Company, 1991
397 25 Alabama Peasants Association, Inc., 1977
397 26 Albany, Georgia, 1983
397 27 Alexander Williams, IV v. Frederick Head, 2000
397 28 All African Congress, 1989
397 29 Allen Bakke v. The State of California, 1977-1979
397 30 Alliance for Justice in 1984
397 31 American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, 1984
397 32 American Baptist Convention, undated
397 33 American Cancer Society, circa 1990
397 34 American Civil Liberties Union, 1981
397 35 American Civil Liberties Union Fighting Police Abuse Citizen Hearings Project, 1992
398 1 American Federation of State County Municipal Employees Local 1644 investigation of Grady Memorial Hospital, 1993
398 2 American Friends Service Committee, 1979-1991
398 3 American Friends Service Committee, 1992-1993
398 4 American Friends Service Committee, 1994-1999
398 5 American Friends Service Committee, African American Delegation to Mexico, 1991-1992
398 6 American Heritage Tour, 9th annual, 1996
398 7 American Indian Movement, 1991
398 8 American Red Cross, 1986
398 9 Amnesty International, undated
398 10 Amnesty International, 1985-1986
398 11 Amnesty International, 1987 [1 of 2]
398 12 Amnesty International, 1987 [2 of 2]
398 13 Amnesty International, 1988
398 14 Amnesty International, 1989 [1 of 2]
399 1 Amnesty International, 1989 [2 of 2]
399 2 Amnesty International, 1990
399 3 Amnesty International, 1991
399 4 Amnesty International, 1992
399 5 Amnesty International, 1993
399 6 Amnesty International, 1994-1995
400 1 Amnesty International, 1996-1998
400 2 Amnesty International, 1999-2000
400 3 Angola, invasion by South Africa, 1981
400 4 Annual general meeting, Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois, 1989
400 5 "An Overview: Southern Christian Leadership Conference," circa 1990s
400 6 Anti-Apartheid prayer vigil, 1985
400 7 Anti-racism conference, undated
400 8 Anti-Reagan protests, 1981
400 9 Apartheid/South Africa, undated
400 10 Apartheid/South Africa, circa 1986-1992
400 11 The Apex Museum, Atlanta, Georgia, 1994
400 12 Appointment calendars, 1971-1988
400 13 Appointment calendars, 1992-1993
400 14 Appointment calendars, 1995-1998
400 15 April 9th community forum, circa 2000s
400 16 Aristide, Jean Bertrand, 1993
400 17 Artists Meeting for Cultural Change, 1975
400 18 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., anniversary, undated
400 19 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 5th anniversary, 1973
400 20 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 13th anniversary, 1981
400 21 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 15th anniversary, 1983
400 22 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 16th anniversary, 1984
401 1 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 17th anniversary, 1985
401 2 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 18th anniversary, 1986
401 3 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 19th anniversary, 1987
401 4 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 20th anniversary, 1988
401 5 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 22nd anniversary, 1990
401 6 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 23rd anniversary, 1991
401 7 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 24th anniversary, 1992
401 8 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 25th anniversary, 1993
401 9 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 26th anniversary, 1994
401 10 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 27th anniversary, 1995
401 11 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 28th anniversary, 1996
401 12 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 29th anniversary, 1997
401 13 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 30th anniversary, 1998
401 14 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 33rd anniversary, 2001
401 15 Atlanta Black United Fund, Inc., undated
401 16 Atlanta City College, Atlanta, Georgia, undated
401 17 Atlanta Clergy Leadership Meeting, 1984
401 18 The Atlanta Committee for Latin America, circa 1984
401 19 Atlanta Community Coalition on Broadcasting, 1978-1979
401 20 Atlanta Community Housing Resource Board, 1984-1985
401 21 The Atlanta Consortium, 1979
401 22 The Atlanta Dream Jamboree, 1992
401 23 Atlanta drinking water and wastewater, undated
401 24 Atlanta, Georgia, City Utilities Committee, 1994
401 25 Atlanta, Georgia, public school system, circa 1990s
401 26 Atlanta, Georgia, urban camping ordinance, circa 1996
401 27 Atlanta Housing Authority, 1981
401 28 Atlanta IN Ministries, 1980
401 29 Atlanta Manpower Area Planning Council, 1972
402 1 Atlanta Mortgage Consortium, circa 1988
402 2 Atlanta Mortgage Consortium, circa 1989
402 3 Atlanta Post Vice Presidential Debate Town Meeting, 1992
402 4 The Atlanta Project, 1993-1994
402 5 The Atlanta Project, 1995
402 6 Atlanta Public Schools, 1975-1976
402 7 Atlanta Religious Mobilization Against Crime, 1990-1991
402 8 Atlanta Regional Commission, circa 1999-2000
402 9 Atlanta Student Coalition Against Racism, 1978
402 10 Atlanta Summit against Poverty, Hard-to-Employ Subcommittee, 1991
402 11 Atlanta Summit on Youth and Violence Prevention, 1993
402 12 Atlanta Taxicab Industry Associates, Inc., undated
402 13 Atlanta Unity Summit: A Congress of All Ethnic Groups, circa 1993
402 14 The Atlanta Urban League, Inc., 1983
402 15 Atlanta Youth Detention Center, 1989
402 16 Atlanta II Youth Involvement Federation, undated
402 17 Attorney General's Task Force on Crime, 1981
402 18 AT&T, 1984-1994
402 19 Augusta Concerned Mothers Club, circa 1986
402 20 Ayers, Samuel D. (Bishop), 1977-1979
402 21 Baptists Against Racism, 1998
402 22 Bates, Vernon, "A Protected Species Survey of the Stone Mounds Vicinity, Gwinnett County, Georgia," 1988
402 23 Bethea Baptist Home, 1991
402 24 BFI Waste Systems, 1996-1997
402 25 "Bias Exists in Unions," 1993
402 26 "The Bible and Labor Unions," 1994
403 1 Bible studies, undated
403 2 Biographical sketches, undated
403 3 Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, undated
403 4 Birthday observances for Martin Luther King, Jr., undated
403 5 Birthday observances for Martin Luther King, Jr., 1976-1990
403 6 Birthday observances for Martin Luther King, Jr., 1992-2004
403 7 B&J Sales and Marketing, Inc., d/b/a The Rasta Group, USA Division, v. Shark Products, Inc., 1993
403 8 Black appointments in the Reagan administration, undated
403 9 Black Belt Car Caravan, Green County Five, 1985
403 10 Black on Black Crime Task Force, 1991
403 11 Black Businessmen Task Force, 1982
403 12 The Black Church and Urban Affairs, seminar practicum, undated
403 13 Black Citizens Committee for Good Government, circa 1970s
403 14 Black College Day, 1981
403 15 Black Communications Network, circa 1981
403 16 Black Independent Funeral Directors, 1981
403 17 "Black/Jewish Relations," undated
403 18 Black Leadership Committee for Workplace Fairness, 1991
403 19 Black Leadership Forum, 1985-1996
404 1 Black Ministers Meeting, 1989
404 2 Black Political Agenda, 1994
404 3 Black Promoters Association of American, Inc., 1997
404 4 Black theology, circa 1970s
404 5 Block grants, circa 1980s-1995
404 6 Blodgett Homes, Jacksonville, Florida, circa 1987-1988
404 7 Board of Directors, 1981-1987 [See also Series 1: Board of Directors records]
404 8 Bork, Robert H., nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court, 1987
404 9 The Boyhood of Martin Luther King, Jr.: A Gerald Popper Film, circa 1984
404 10 Braun, Carol Moseley, 1992
404 11 BRAVE African American Men's Program, 1998
404 12 Briddy, Rubin, 1988
404 13 Bridges, Bernard J., "Reverse Discrimination, 'Smoke Screen,' or Crusade," undated
404 14 Brooks, et al. v. State of Georgia, et al., 1992
404 15 Brooks, Tyrone, writings, 1978-1986
404 16 Brown v. Board of Education, 1994
404 17 Budget (proposed), 1997
404 18 Build Homes not Bombs Rally, Decatur, Georgia, 1988
404 19 Building Bridges conference, Keysville, Georgia, 1994
404 20 "Building the Teaching Ministry in the Local Church for the 21st Century," workshop (?), circa 1998
404 21 Burger King, circa 1990s
404 22 Burke, John C. (Reverend), 1979-1988
404 23 Bush, George H.W. (President), 1989
404 24 Butler Street YMCA, 1972-2004
405 1 Cable Atlanta, Ltd., circa 1984
405 2 Calendars of events, 1986-1994
405 3 "A Call for Action: Community Organizing in the New Millennium," workshop, 2001
405 4 Call to Manhood Conference, 1993-1994 [See also Series 9: Department of Student Affairs records]
405 5 Campaign for Economic Justice, undated
405 6 Campaign for Economic Justice, Birmingham, Alabama, 1989
405 7 Campaign for Economic Justice and Empowerment, 1989
405 8 Campaign for Political Rights, 1979-1983
405 9 Campaign to Stop Government Spying, 1978
405 10 Campbell, Finley C., 2000
405 11 Caravan to Washington, 1992
405 12 Carnes, Ed, nomination to the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, 1992
405 13 Carter, Joe, "Bullwhip Politics at City Hall (Neophyte vs. Veteran Pro)," 1997
405 14 Cause Without an Organization Coalition, 1991
405 15 C.D. Hubert Religious Institute, 1992-1998
405 16 Celebration of Conscience, 1989
405 17 Center for Democratic Renewal [previously known as National Anti-Klan Network], 1985-1999
405 18 "Centers which have been identified for the Health Fair and 'Rappin,' Rockin' Roots of Nonviolence," undated
405 19 Certificate of Appreciation presented to Albert Jordan and the Mighty Star Lighters, undated
405 20 Chatak, Elmer, undated
405 21 "Check-list for Organizing a March or Direct Action," undated
405 22 The Chester Movement, Chester, South Carolina, 1979
405 23 Christian Witness for Africa: A Guide for Effective Action, 1995
405 24 Citizen/Labor Energy Coalition, circa 1978
405 25 Citizens for Clean Land, Air and Water, 1994
405 26 Citizens and Clergy Anti-Drug Task Force, 1989
405 27 Citizen's Coalition for Racial Justice, 1980
405 28 Citizens Committee for New York City/U.S. Conference of Mayors March on Washington, 1991
405 29 City of Atlanta Neighborhood Planning Unit, 1994
405 30 Citywide Advisory Council on Public Housing, 1986
405 31 Citywide Community problems, Atlanta, Georgia, circa 1970s
405 32 Citywide Unity Meeting, 1977
405 33 Civil Rights Act of 1964, 10th anniversary, 1974
405 34 Civil Rights bus tour, Atlanta History Center and Atlanta City Schools, 2000
406 1 Civil Rights Restoration Act, 1987
406 2 Clark Atlanta University-Environmental Protection Agency, Region IV Conference on Environmental Equity Southeast Region, 1992
406 3 Clayton County Coalition, 1990
406 4 Clayton County, Georgia, 1993
406 5 Clean election laws, 1999
406 6 Clean Elections Georgia, 1999
406 7 Clergy and Laity Concerned, undated
406 8 Clergy and Laity Concerned, 1982-1989
406 9 Clergy and Laity Concerned, 1990-1998
406 10 Clergy Task Force, 1989
406 11 Coalition of 100 Black Women, circa 1980
406 12 Coalition Against Reaganism, 1981
406 13 The Coalition of Black Leaders, 1981
406 14 Coalition to Change the Georgia Flag, undated
406 15 Coalition to Change the Georgia Flag, 1994 circa
406 16 Coalition to Change the Georgia Flag, 1994 July-September
407 1 Coalition to Change the Georgia Flag, 1994 October-December
407 2 Coalition to Change the Georgia Flag, 1995
407 3 Coalition to Change the Georgia Flag, 1996
407 4 Coalition to Change the Georgia Flag, 1997-2000
407 5 Coalition of Conscience, 1998
407 6 Coalition to Defeat Amendment 2, 1994
407 7 Coalition to Defeat SR 395, the "two strikes and you're out" law, 1994
407 8 Coalition on the Economic Crisis, 1975
407 9 Coalition for Economic Justice, circa 1988-1990
407 10 Coalition for Equal Justice, 1994
407 11 Coalition for Justice for Women in Prison, 1992
407 12 Coalition for a People's Alternative, 1982
407 13 Coalition to Save Our Children Prayer Pilgrimage, 1980
408 1 Coalition to Save Our Children and Youth, 1994
408 2 Coalition to Save the Poor, 1979
408 3 Coalition Vote '94, 1994
408 4 Cobb Emergency Task Force for the Homeless, Marietta, Georgia, 1999
408 5 College Park, Georgia murder victims, 1996
408 6 Collins, Sabrina/Nonviolence sensitivity training with Emory University students, 1990-1991
408 7 Commerce, Georgia community meeting, 1985
408 8 Commission on Racial Justice, 1974
408 9 Committee Against the Discriminatory "Crack" Law, 1995
408 10 Committee for Equal Justice, undated
408 11 Committee for Equal Opportunity in Education, undated
408 12 Committee for International Support of Trade Union Rights, 1985
408 13 Committee of Southern Churchmen, undated
408 14 Committee for Workplace Fairness, Legislation to Prohibit Permanent Replacement of Strikers briefing book, 1990
408 15 Community Action meeting, 1998
408 16 Community Alternatives to Incarceration, circa 1993
408 17 "Community-Based Responses to the Problems of Young Black Males: A Synopsis," undated
408 18 Community Concerns, Inc., 1996
408 19 Community Council of the Atlanta Area, Inc., Eviction Project, 1972
408 20 The Community Development and Transportation Committee, undated
408 21 Community forum on children and families, 1993
408 22 Community forum on housing and economic development, undated
408 23 The Community Foundation, Incorporated, 1974
409 1 Community Leadership Development Project, Charlotte, North Carolina, 1983
409 2 Community Mentorship Program, undated
409 3 Community Psychology Project, Atlanta University Center Corporation, 1972
409 4 Community Reinvestment Act challenges to Trust Company Bank and C&S Bank, 1988-1990 [See also Series 12: Other department records and Subseries 2.3: President Joseph E. Lowery files]
409 5 Complaint against the U.S. Department of Justice on behalf of victims of Ku Klux Klan violence, circa 1980s
409 6 Comprehensive Employment and Training for Atlanta (CETA), circa 1977-1979
409 7 Comprehensive Georgia Civil Rights legislation, 1998
409 8 Concerned Black Clergy of Metropolitan Atlanta, Inc., undated
409 9 Concerned Black Clergy of Metropolitan Atlanta, Inc., 1983-1991
409 10 Concerned Black Clergy of Metropolitan Atlanta, Inc., 1992-2004
409 11 Concerned Black Students, 1992
409 12 Concerned Citizens of Asheville and Buncombe County, North Carolina, 1975
409 13 Concerned Citizens of Atlanta, Inc., undated
409 14 Confederate battle flag on South Carolina State House, 1995-2000
409 15 Conference on the abolition of the death penalty, 1989
409 16 Conference on Concerns for the Continuing Integrity of Black Higher Education in Georgia, 1978
409 17 Conflict resolution workshops, undated
409 18 Congregational Word of Life Church, 1977
409 19 The Congress of National Black Churches, Inc., 1992-1995
409 20 Congressional Black Caucus, 1976-2004
409 21 Congressional Task Force on the Future of African-Americans, undated
409 22 "A Consultation on the Implications of Jonestown for the Black Church and the Nation," 1978-1979
409 23 The Continental Walk for Disarmament and Social Justice, 1975-1976 [See also Subseries 3.3: Bernard S. Lee files]
409 24 Contract with America, 1994
409 25 Core Service, Inc., circa 1987
409 26 Court cases, 1974
410 1 Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans, 1984 [See also Subseries 10.7: Crisis in Healthcare for Black and Poor Americans records]
410 2 Crisis Intervention/Enhancement project proposal, 1990
410 3 Cross burning, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, 1985
410 4 Cuban detainee uprising and hostage crisis, Atlanta Federal Penitentiary, 1987
410 5 Dallas Citizens for Democracy, Positive Action/Civil Disobedience/Direct Action Workshop, Dallas, Texas, undated
410 6 The death penalty, undated
410 7 The death penalty, 1981-1995
410 8 The death penalty, 1996-2000
410 9 Death Penalty Awareness Day, 1987
410 10 Death penalty hearings, Montgomery, Alabama, 1987
410 11 DeKalb County, Georgia Drug Court, circa 2002
410 12 Delta Pride Catfish boycott, 1990
410 13 Democratic National Conventions, 1972-1988
410 14 Detroit, Michigan welfare cuts, 1991
410 15 Density Corporation, 1985-1986
410 16 Disabilities, circa 1990-1998
410 17 Disabled in Action, Inc., 1986-1991
410 18 Disabled in Action, Inc., circa 1993-1996
411 1 Dome Stadium, circa 1985
411 2 Dooley, Vince, trip to South Africa, 1984
411 3 Dreyer, Bill, "Diary of an Internship," 1973
411 4 Drug addiction, undated
411 5 Duke, David, campaign for Governor of Louisiana, 1991
411 6 East Point, Georgia community meeting, 1990
411 7 Eastmont Shopping Center, Oakland, California, 1991
411 8 Economic justice and development, circa 1986
411 9 Economic Opportunity Atlanta, Inc., 1975-1976
411 10 Economic Summit for African Americans in Atlanta, 1999
411 11 Education and Criminal Justice Conference, 1996
411 12 "Education: The New Battleground, Training Manual, Identifying and Stopping Miseducation and Tracking," circa 1996
411 13 EF Hutton, "A Presentation to the Southern Christian Leadership Conference," undated
411 14 Election monitoring, 2004
411 15 Emergency Summit to Develop a Strategy for Critical Year 1996
411 16 Empire Distributors, Inc., 1990
411 17 Environmental Community Action, Inc., circa 1990s
411 18 Environmental justice, undated
411 19 Environmental justice, 1991-1995
411 20 Environmental justice, 1996-2004
411 21 Equal Rights Congress, 1978-1979
411 22 Equifax Youth Enlightenment Series (Y.E.S.), 1999
411 23 Estimates for installation of a new air conditioning unit, undated
411 24 The European Peace Pilgrimage, 1992
411 25 Event programs, unidentified, undated
411 26 The Fairlawn Coalition, circa 1988
411 27 The Fannie Lou Hamer Convention, 1987-1988
412 1 Farris, Carl E., "A Proposal to Initiate Organization among Unorganized Workers in the South," circa 1970s
412 2 February 2nd Mobilization, Greensboro, North Carolina, 1979-1980
412 3 Federal budget cuts, 1981
412 4 Federal Defender Program, Inc., 1991-1993
412 5 Federal employment discrimination litigation, 2000
412 6 Federation of Southern Land Cooperatives/Land Assistance Fund, 1991-1993
412 7 Field reports, 1982-1983
412 8 Financial records, 1984
412 9 The First Church in Roxbury, Massachusetts, 1970-1975
412 10 Fleet Finance class action lawsuits, 1991-1992 [1 of 3]
412 11 Fleet Finance class action lawsuits, 1991-1992 [2 of 3]
412 12 Fleet Finance class action lawsuits, 1991-1992 [3 of 3]
412 13 Food processing plant workers, 1991
412 14 Food stamps, circa 1975
412 15 For Colored Boys Who've Considered Homicide, 1994
412 16 Forging Partnerships for the New Millennium: A National Religion-Labor Conference, Los Angeles, California, 1999
412 17 Forsyth County, Georgia descendants, claim information form, undated
412 18 Fort Payne, Alabama proposed landfill, 1991
412 19 Foundation for Roma Civil Rights, Budapest, Hungary, undated
413 1 Fourth Ward Neighbors, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia, 1994
413 2 Fragments
413 3 Free Angola, 1994
413 4 Freedom Fest/Freaknik, 1994-1995
413 5 Friends to Elect Monica Jones, undated
413 6 Friends of the Filipino People, undated
413 7 Friends of Malachi Z. York, 2004
413 8 Full employment, 1976-1978
413 9 Fulton County Board of Commissioners, 1983-1992
413 10 Fulton County Juvenile Court Reading and Enrichment Program, 1977
413 11 "Fulton County Schools Concerned Issues as they Relate to the Black Community," undated
413 12 Fund for Southern Communities, 1981-1994
413 13 Fundraising, undated
413 14 "The Future Coming Toward Us," circa 1984
413 15 The Future Development of Auburn Avenue Community Forum, undated
413 16 G-8 Summit, Georgia, 2004
413 17 "Gandhi's Rules for the Nonviolent Soldier," undated
413 18 Gardner, J. Ervin, "Ben Clark, The Loneliest Minority of All," 1982
413 19 Gate City Bar Association, 1997
413 20 General Civilization class, 1992
413 21 General demographics of the Black population, undated
413 22 General Missionary Baptist Convention of Georgia, 1994
413 23 Georgia Association of Black Elected Officials, undated
413 24 Georgia Association of Black Elected Officials, 1978-2001
413 25 Georgia Black Leadership Conference, circa 1995-1996
413 26 Georgia Children's Agenda, 1994-1999
413 27 Georgia Citizens' Coalition on Hunger, circa 1981-2004
413 28 Georgia Civil Rights Network, 1991-1993
414 1 Georgia Coalition for a People's Agenda, 1997-2000
414 2 Georgia code on custody of witnesses, 1993
414 3 Georgia Committee Against the Death Penalty, circa 1981-1988
414 4 Georgia Committee for a Black Agenda, circa 1990
414 5 Georgia Council for International Visitors, 1971-1991
414 6 Georgia Council for International Visitors, 1993-1998
414 7 Georgia Death Penalty Abolitionists, 1992-1995
414 8 Georgia Department of Corrections, 1993-1994
414 9 Georgia Empowerment Coalition, 1992
414 10 Georgia Environmental Project, undated
414 11 Georgia Environmental Project, 1987-1990
414 12 Georgia General Assembly, undated
414 13 Georgia legislation, 1974-1992
414 14 Georgia Legislative Black Caucus, 1981-1997
415 1 Georgia Legislative Black Caucus 15th Annual Legislative Weekend, 1997
415 2 Georgia legislative calendar, 1990
415 3 Georgia Military College, 1988-1989
415 4 Georgia Municipal Association, 1992-1993
415 5 Georgia Power Company, circa 1972-1987
415 6 Georgia Rural Urban Summit, 1994-1995
415 7 Georgia Rural Urban Summit, 1996-1998
415 8 Georgia Rural Urban Summit, 1999
415 9 Georgia Rural Urban Summit, 2000-2001
415 10 Georgia Senate Bill 440, The School Safety and Juvenile Justice Reform Act of 1994
416 1 Georgia State Board of Pardons and Paroles, circa 1992-1999
416 2 Georgia State Conference, 1988
416 3 Georgia State Employees Association, circa 1985-1987
416 4 Georgia state flag controversy, 1992-1994
416 5 Georgia state government, circa 1987-1991
416 6 Georgia state legislative districts reapportionment plans, 1992
416 7 Georgia state legislative districts reapportionment plans, 1995
416 8 Georgia State Medical Association, 1984
416 9 Georgia State Prison and Parole Task Force, 1998-1999
416 10 Georgia welfare statistics, circa 1970s
416 11 Georgians Against the Budget Cuts, circa 1980
416 12 Georgians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty, circa 1999-2000
416 13 Georgians for Equal Justice, 1999-2000
416 14 Georgians for a Fair Budget, 1981-1982
416 15 Georgians United Against Violence, undated
416 16 Georgians United Against Violence, 1994-2000
416 17 Germany, hate crimes, 1993
416 18 Gibbs High School Black Culture Organization, undated
417 1 Good Friday Pilgrimage, 13th annual, 1994
417 2 Governmental Affairs Institute, undated
417 3 Governor's Task Force for Southern Wood Piedmont Company Residents, Augusta, Georgia, 1992
417 4 Grady Coalition, 2000
417 5 Grady High School, 1992
417 6 Graham, Gary, 1993
417 7 Grant Park Village Cultural Program, 1987
417 8 Great Atlanta Youth Walk, 1999
417 9 Green, Ronald Irving (Reverend), undated
417 10 Grief Care/Advocacy Initiative, 2004
417 11 Grief Care Ministry, 1998
417 12 Grogan, Hugh, "Proposal to WYNX Radio Station for Marietta-Cobb County Area," undated
417 13 Guess Jeans boycott, 1997
417 14 "Guidelines for Advance Team," undated
417 15 Gun control, 1993-1996
417 16 Guy Hallman Hunnicut v. Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia, 1988
417 17 Haiti, 1991-1993
417 18 Haiti Solidarity Week, 1993
417 19 Haitian Federation of Masons, 1985
417 20 Haitian refugees, 1991-1994
417 21 Hall, Leon, "Movement Veterans, Inc.: An Overdue Idea," undated
418 1 Handgun Control, Inc., 1992-1997
418 2 Hapeville, Georgia police shooting, 1991
418 3 Harrington, H. Deano (Deacon), "My Name is Cocaine," undated
418 4 Harris Neck, Georgia, 1979
418 5 Healthcare, 1992-1994
418 6 "The Heart of the Matter," undated
418 7 Help America Vote College Program, 2004
418 8 Help Us Make a Nation, "Workshop in Community Organization and Leadership Development," undated
418 9 Hershey Candy Company, "Six Point Plan of Action" for economic empowerment, 2004
418 10 Highlander Research and Education Center, 1986-1994
418 11 Histories of SCLC (fragments), undated
418 12 HIV and AIDS, 1986-1992
418 13 Holiday card, undated
418 14 Hollins, Billy, response to "Civil Rights: Stop Sobbing, Keep Working," by Pauline Byrd Johnson, May 1978
418 15 Homelessness, circa 1987-1999
418 16 "Homelessness in Atlanta: A Five-Year Plan," 1985
418 17 Hood Furniture Company, Jackson Mississippi, boycott, 1992
418 18 Hooks, Benjamin, 1992
418 19 Hope Is on the Way-Citizenship Education Tour, undated
418 20 Hormel Foods Corporation, circa 1985-1986
418 21 House Resolution 3745, Commission to Study Reparations Proposals for African Americans Act, 1989
418 22 Housing, circa 1985-1993
419 1 Housing NOW!, 1989
419 2 "How to Organize," circa 1982
419 3 Howe K. Sipes Co., boycott, 1994
419 4 Hughes, Rhetta, undated
419 5 Hunger, 1993
419 6 Hunter Street Treatment Center, Atlanta, Georgia, 1975
419 7 Hurricane Andrew, 1992
419 8 Ida B. Wells Institute, 1987
419 9 Illinois Committee for Trade Union Action and Democracy, 1971
419 10 Immunization, 1992-1993
419 11 Imperial Food Workers National March and Rally, 1992
419 12 In Gods (sic) Hands, mission statement and board of directors, undated
419 13 Institute for Southern Studies, 1994
419 14 Insurance policies, undated
419 15 Insurance policies, 1985-2001
419 16 Integrated Health Services, equal employment opportunity lawsuit, 1997
419 17 Interdenominational Theological Center, 1970-1990
419 18 Interdenominational Theological Center, 1991-1995
419 19 Interdenominational Theological Center field education program, SCLC intern, 1992-1993
419 20 Interfaith Coalition of Metropolitan Atlanta, 1993-1994
419 21 Interfaith Community Collaborative, 1994
420 1 Interfaith Service Planning Committee, 1977-1987
420 2 The Interim Response Committee of La Resistencia, undated
420 3 International Peace Walk, 1990
420 4 International Year of Peace, 1986
420 5 Issues of great concern, undated
420 6 Issues and strategies meeting, undated
420 7 Jackson County Tenants Organization, 1977
420 8 Jobs with Justice, 1988-2000
420 9 Johnson C. Smith Theological Seminary, undated
420 10 Johnson, Robert E., 1973
420 11 Journey of Hope, 1993-1994
420 12 Joyner, Gordon, 1989
420 13 Jubilee Planning Committee, 1999
420 14 Justice for Hamlet-Organize the South March and Rally, Hamlet, North Carolina, 1992
420 15 Keeping in Touch, circa 1991
420 16 Kevyn Jones Defense Fund, 1986-1987
420 17 King Chapel/SCLC Campus and Community Education course, Nile Genesis: Origins of African American Culture and Civilization, 1985
420 18 King, Martin Luther, Jr., chronology, 1998
420 19 King, Rodney, 1992-1993
420 20 Kingswood Betterment Society, Inc., Bristol, Pennsylvania, 1976 [1 of 2]
420 21 Kingswood Betterment Society, Inc., Bristol, Pennsylvania, 1976 [2 of 2]
420 22 Kraft Foods Company, boycott, 1993
420 23 Kroger Company, undated
420 24 L. Chris Christensen v. State of Georgia, 1995
420 25 Labor unions, undated
420 26 Laughinghouse, Angaza Sababu, "Contracting Out/Privatization of State and Local Government Service: 'An Attack on Workers'/Community's Power and Quality of Life'" undated
420 27 Laurel, Mississippi, circa 1975
420 28 The Lee County Alliance, 1987
420 29 Legal records, 1979
- - Legal records, 1994 [RESTRICTED]
420 30 Legal records, Wollersheim v. Church of Scientology of California, amicus curiae brief, 1987 amicus curiae brief, 1987
420 31 Legal-University Relationship conference, undated
421 1 Legislation to abolish the juvenile death penalty in Georgia, 1985
421 2 Les Race Team and Stock Car Racing, circa 1990
421 3 Lighting the Torch of Conscience, National Pilgrimage for Abolition of the Death Penalty, undated
421 4 Lighting the Torch of Conscience, National Pilgrimage for Abolition of the Death Penalty, 1989
421 5 Lighting the Torch of Conscience, National Pilgrimage for Abolition of the Death Penalty, 1990
421 6 "Linus Pauling and the Twentieth Century," 2000
421 7 Litanies, undated
421 8 Little, Joann, 1975
421 9 Little Rock Nine Congressional Gold Medal, 1998
421 10 Lobbying Americans, 1982
421 11 Lockhart, Lettie L., P. David Kurtz, Richard Suphen, and Kenneth Gauger, "Georgia's Juvenile Justice System: A Retrospective Investigation of Racial Disparity," 1990
421 12 Long County, Georgia Board of Education, 1983-1985
421 13 Long County school expulsions, Ludowici, Georgia, 1985
421 14 Longley, Mary, Health Quest 2000 program proposal, 1993
422 1 Louisiana Coalition Against Racism and Nazism, resource packet, "The Politics and Background of David Duke," 1991
422 2 Lowndes County Health Services Association protests, Hayneville, Alabama, 1987
422 3 Mabus, Raymond E., Jr. (Mayor), 1988
422 4 Mail logs, 1992
422 5 Mandela, Nelson, visit to the United States, 1990
422 6 March Against Apartheid, 1986
422 7 March Against Poverty, Jacksonville, Florida, 1986
422 8 March Against Racist Attack on Black Students, Ludowici, Georgia, 1985
422 9 March Against Violence and Racism in Vidalia, Georgia, 1990
422 10 March, Fairfield, South Carolina, 1989
422 11 March for Justice in Georgia, Carrollton, Georgia, 1993-1994
422 12 March for Justice in Memory of Raymond Davison, Fort Deposit, Alabama, 1992-1994
422 13 March for Sisterhood and Brotherhood and Against Fear and Intimidation, Forsyth County, Georgia, 1987
422 14 March from Chester to Columbia, South Carolina, 1979
422 15 March from Pickens County to Montgomery, Alabama in Support of Maggie Bozeman and Julia Wilder, 1982
422 16 March to Free the Wilmington Ten, circa 1970s
422 17 March and Rally to Stop the Racist Anti-labor Frame-ups of Lauren Mozee and Ray Palmiero, 1983
423 1 March on Washington, 20th anniversary mobilization, 1983
423 2 March on Washington, 20th anniversary mobilization, information packet, 1983
423 3 March on Washington, 20th anniversary mobilization, organizer's manual, 1983
423 4 March on Washington, 25th anniversary mobilization, 1988
423 5 March on Washington, 30th anniversary mobilization, 1993
423 6 March on Washington, 37th anniversary mobilization, 2000
423 7 Marches, unidentified, undated
423 8 Marches, unidentified, 1980-1996
423 9 Marion Prisoners Task Force, Murphysboro, Illinois, 1985
423 10 Mark Curtis Defense Committee, 1989
423 11 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blue Ribbon Committee, 1987
423 12 The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, undated
423 13 The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, 1973-1978
423 14 The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, 1981-1985
423 15 The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, 1986
423 16 The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, 1987
424 1 The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, 1988 [1 of 2]
424 2 The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, 1988 [2 of 2]
424 3 The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, 1989
424 4 The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, 1990-2000
424 5 Martin Luther King, Jr. College of Ministers, 1987
424 6 The Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday Commission, undated
424 7 The Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday Commission, 1985-1992
425 1 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, undated
425 2 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1968
425 3 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1969 [1 of 2]
425 4 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1969 [2 of 2]
425 5 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1970
425 6 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [1 of 54]
425 7 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [2 of 54]
426 1 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [3 of 54]
426 2 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [4 of 54]
426 3 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [5 of 54]
426 4 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [6 of 54]
427 1 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [7 of 54]
427 2 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [8 of 54]
427 3 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [9 of 54]
427 4 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [10 of 54]
428 1 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [11 of 54]
428 2 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [12 of 54]
428 3 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [13 of 54]
428 4 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [14 of 54]
429 1 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [15 of 54]
429 2 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [16 of 54]
429 3 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [17 of 54]
429 4 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [18 of 54]
430 1 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [19 of 54]
430 2 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [20 of 54]
430 3 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [21 of 54]
430 4 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [22 of 54]
431 1 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [23 of 54]
431 2 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [24 of 54]
431 3 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [25 of 54]
431 4 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [26 of 54]
432 1 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [27 of 54]
432 2 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [28 of 54]
432 3 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [29 of 54]
432 4 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [30 of 54]
432 5 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [31 of 54]
433 1 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [32 of 54]
433 2 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [33 of 54]
433 3 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [34 of 54]
433 4 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [35 of 54]
434 1 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [36 of 54]
434 2 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [37 of 54]
434 3 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [38 of 54]
434 4 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [39 of 54]
435 1 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [40 of 54]
435 2 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [41 of 54]
435 3 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [42 of 54]
435 4 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [43 of 54]
436 1 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [44 of 54]
436 2 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [45 of 54]
436 3 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [46 of 54]
436 4 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [47 of 54]
437 1 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [48 of 54]
437 2 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [49 of 54]
437 3 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [50 of 54]
437 4 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [51 of 54]
438 1 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [52 of 54]
438 2 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [53 of 54]
438 3 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1971 [54 of 54]
438 4 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, letters of support, 1972-1973
438 5 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, undated [1 of 3]
439 1 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, undated [2 of 3]
439 2 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, undated [3 of 3]
439 3 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1969 [1 of 15]
439 4 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1969 [2 of 15]
439 5 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1969 [3 of 15]
440 1 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1969 [4 of 15]
440 2 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1969 [5 of 15]
440 3 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1969 [6 of 15]
440 4 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1969 [7 of 15]
440 5 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1969 [8 of 15]
441 1 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1969 [9 of 15]
441 2 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1969 [10 of 15]
441 3 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1969 [11 of 15]
441 4 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1969 [12 of 15]
442 1 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1969 [13 of 15]
442 2 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1969 [14 of 15]
442 3 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1969 [15 of 15]
442 4 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1970 [1 of 7]
442 5 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1970 [2 of 7]
443 1 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1970 [3 of 7]
443 2 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1970 [4 of 7]
443 3 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1970 [5 of 7]
443 4 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1970 [6 of 7]
443 5 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1970 [7 of 7]
444 1 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1971 [1 of 12]
444 2 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1971 [2 of 12]
444 3 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1971 [3 of 12]
444 4 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1971 [4 of 12]
445 1 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1971 [5 of 12]
445 2 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1971 [6 of 12]
445 3 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1971 [7 of 12]
445 4 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1971 [8 of 12]
446 1 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1971 [9 of 12]
446 2 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1971 [10 of 12]
446 3 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1971 [11 of 12]
446 4 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1971 [12 of 12]
446 5 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, petitions in support, 1972
447 - Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, postcards of support, 1968-1973
448 1 Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Fun Run Festival, 1983
448 2 Martin Luther King, Jr. March, 1997
448 3 Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Day Fund, 1979
448 4 Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial March, Greenville, Tennessee, 1979
448 5 Martin Luther King, Jr. Open Tennis Tournament, 1st annual, 1985
448 6 The Martin Luther King, Jr. People's Church of Love, 1984-1997
448 7 Martin Luther King, Jr. state holiday legislation, 1984
448 8 Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship Foundation, circa 1970s
448 9 The Martin Luther King, Jr. Workers Conference, 1976
448 10 Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice, undated
448 11 Martin Luther King Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice, 1987-1988
448 12 Martin Luther King, Sr. Nursing Center, 1972
448 13 Massey, William A., Integration: Crusade to Disaster, 1986-1987
448 14 May 25 Demonstration, undated
448 15 "Mayor Sam Massell's Proposal for Annexation of Atlanta," 1971
448 16 Mayor's Religious Advisory Committee, Atlanta, Georgia, 1981
448 17 McClesky, Warren, 1991
448 18 McDuffie County, Georgia industrial facility, 1989
448 19 McIver, Harold, retirement dinner, 1994
448 20 Median incomes in selected cities, undated
448 21 Medicaid waiver program, 1992
448 22 Medicare, circa 1980s-1990s
448 23 Meeting agendas, undated
448 24 Meeting agendas, 1970-1998
448 25 Meeting minutes, undated
448 26 Meeting minutes, 1978-1989
449 1 Meeting minutes, 1990-2000
449 2 Meese, Edwin, III, nomination for U.S. Attorney General, 1984
449 3 Memoranda, undated
449 4 Memoranda, 1970-1979
449 5 Memoranda, 1980-1986
449 6 Memoranda, 1987-1989
449 7 Memoranda, 1990-1991
449 8 Memoranda, 1992-1994
449 9 Memoranda, 1995-1999
449 10 Memoranda, 2000-2004
449 11 Mental Health Association of Georgia, 1981
449 12 Meridian House International, visitor program, 1992
449 13 Metro-Atlanta Cablevision, 1994
449 14 Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority, undated
450 1 Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority, 2000-2001
450 2 Metropolitan Atlanta Transportation Equity Coalition, 2000
450 3 Middle East, 1980-1981
450 4 Miller, Benjamin (Doctor), Kingstree Soul Festival, Kingstree, South Carolina, undated
450 5 Million Man March, 1995
450 6 The Million Youth Movement, 1998
450 7 Minority Disability Outreach Initiative, 1999
450 8 Minority Enterprise Development Week, 1988
450 9 Minority set-asides, circa 1989-1992
450 10 Miss Black Walton County Pageant, 1980
450 11 Missing and murdered children, Atlanta, Georgia, circa 2000s
450 12 Mississippi Consortium for International Development, undated
450 13 Mississippi hangings, 1993
450 14 Mitchell, Leonard R., "Uncle Toms Have a Special Meeting," 1966
450 15 MLK Unity March, East Point, Georgia, 2005
450 16 Mobilization committee contacts, undated
450 17 Montessori International Academy, Ltd., 1981
450 18 Montgomery Bus Boycott, 20th anniversary, 1975
450 19 Moore, Frederick, interview about SCLC in the late 1960s, undated
450 20 Moral Majority, circa 1980
450 21 Morehouse College, 1971-1993
450 22 Morehouse Community Environmental Empowerment Initiative, 1997
450 23 Morehouse School of Medicine, 1992
450 24 Morris Brown College, 1974-1975
450 25 Morton, Bernice S., undated
450 26 Mothers in Prison, Children in Crisis Campaign, 1996
450 27 Motor fuel tax, 1992-1994
450 28 The Movement Coalition for Fair Coverage, 1975
450 29 Myers, Ronald V., Sr. (Reverend), "Jazz Improvision in Amos," 1990
450 30 NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, 1987-1994
450 31 NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, 1995-2000
451 1 Names and addresses of persons attending education conference, Macon, Georgia, March 29-30, 1980
451 2 National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression, 1974-1975
451 3 National Anti-Klan Network, undated
451 4 National Anti-Klan Network, 1979
451 5 National Anti-Klan Network, 1980
451 6 National Anti-Klan Network, 1981 circa
451 7 National Anti-Klan Network, 1981 January-March
451 8 National Anti-Klan Network, 1981 April-September
451 9 National Anti-Klan Network, 1981 October-December
451 10 National Anti-Klan Network, 1982 January-June
452 1 National Anti-Klan Network, 1982 July-December
452 2 National Anti-Klan Network, 1983
452 3 National Anti-Klan Network, 1984-1985
452 4 National Anti-Klan Network, Beginning of the End of Racist Violence organizer's kit, 1983
452 5 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), 1981-1999
452 6 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Hancock County, Mississippi branch, circa 1975
452 7 National Black Church Environmental and Economic Justice Summit, 1993
452 8 The National Black Police Association police misconduct tribunal, 1995
452 9 National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, undated
452 10 National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, 1987-1989
452 11 National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, 1990
453 1 National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, 1991
453 2 National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, 1992
453 3 National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, 1993-1998
453 4 National Coalition on Black Voter Participation, 1976-1979
453 5 National Coalition on Black Voter Participation, 1990-1992
453 6 National Coalition to Extend the Voting Rights Act and Free Maggie Bozeman and Julia Wilder, 1982
453 7 National Collegiate Black Caucus, 1990
453 8 National Committee for a Peaceful Solution to the U.S.-Iranian Crisis, circa 1979
453 9 National Conference on a Black Agenda for the 80's, Richmond, Virginia, 1980 [1 of 2]
453 10 National Conference on a Black Agenda for the 80's, Richmond, Virginia, 1980 [2 of 2]
453 11 National Conference on Drug Abuse, 1972
453 12 National Conference on New Strategies to Counter the Ku Klux Klan, 1979
454 1 National Convention, undated
454 2 National Convention, 14th annual, 1971
454 3 National Convention, 17th annual, 1974
454 4 National Convention, 18th annual, 1975
454 5 National Convention, 19th annual, 1976
454 6 National Convention, 20th annual, 1977
454 7 National Convention, 21st annual, 1978
454 8 National Convention, 22nd annual, 1979
454 9 National Convention, 23rd annual, 1980
454 10 National Convention, 24th annual, 1981
454 11 National Convention, 25th annual, 1982
454 12 National Convention, 26th annual, 1983
454 13 National Convention, 27th annual, 1984
454 14 National Convention, 28th annual, 1985
454 15 National Convention, 29th annual, 1986
455 1 National Convention, 30th annual, 1987
455 2 National Convention, 31st annual, 1988
455 3 National Convention, 32nd annual, 1989
455 4 National Convention, 33rd annual, 1990
455 5 National Convention, 34th annual, 1991
455 6 National Convention, 34th annual, registration forms, 1991
455 7 National Convention, 35th annual, 1992
456 1 National Convention, 36th annual, 1993
456 2 National Convention, 37th annual, 1994
456 3 National Convention, 38th annual, 1995
456 4 National Convention, 39th annual, 1996
456 5 National Convention, 40th annual, 1997
456 6 National Convention, 41st annual, 1998
456 7 National Convention, 42nd annual, 1999
456 8 National Convention, 42nd annual, 2000
456 9 National Convention, 46th annual, 2004
456 10 National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A., 1989
456 11 National Council for a Responsible Firearms Policy, Inc., 1975
456 12 National Day of Mourning, Washington, D.C., 1981
456 13 National Gathering of Black Clergy, 1981
456 14 National Interfaith Committee for Worker Justice, 1999
456 15 National Labor Boycott Shell Committee, 1986
456 16 National Labor Boycott Shell Committee, 1988
457 1 National Labor Boycott Shell Committee, 1989-1991
457 2 National Health Screening Council for Volunteer Organizations, Inc., 1981-1982
457 3 National policy, 1974
457 4 National Rank and File Conference Declaration of Rights of Black and Minority Group Workers, circa 1970s
457 5 National Science Foundation, 1974
457 6 National statistics about school shootings and overall juvenile violence, 1999
457 7 National Task Force on the Black Economic Agenda, circa 1974-1975
457 8 National Week for Pursuing Peace with Justice, 1983
457 9 Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, circa 1990
457 10 Native Americans, circa 1970s-1980s
457 11 New Orleans, Louisiana, City-wide Tenant Council, undated
457 12 The Nigerian Community in Atlanta, 1993
457 13 No In-town Piggyback Coalition, 1984
457 14 "Non-negotiable Principles for Welfare Reform," undated
457 15 North American Coalition for Human Rights in Korea, 1990
457 16 North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), 1993
457 17 North Carolina, minority employment, 1986
457 18 North Carolina, race relations, circa 1980s
457 19 North Carolina state convention, circa 1983
457 20 North State Law Enforcement Officers Association v. The City of Charlotte, North Carolina, et al., 1974
457 21 Notebooks, undated
458 1 Notebooks, circa 1973-1985
458 2 Notebooks, 1986-1988
458 3 Notebooks, 1989-1993
458 4 Notes, undated
458 5 Notes, 1972-1992
458 6 Nuclear weapons, circa 1982-1987
458 7 Nurse, Ella M., "The American Gestapo," undated
458 8 Olympic Games, Atlanta, Georgia, 1995-1996
458 9 Ogoni (African People), circa 1996
458 10 The Open Door Community, circa 1983-1996
458 11 Operation Big Vote, 1994-1996
458 12 Operation Jericho, undated
459 1 Operation PUSH, 1981-1990
459 2 Operation PUSH/Minority Franchise Association/Burger King covenant, 1986-1990
459 3 Operation PUSH/Minority Franchise Association/Burger King covenant, annual review meeting binder, 1985 [1 of 2]
459 4 Operation PUSH/Minority Franchise Association/Burger King covenant, annual review meeting binder, 1985 [2 of 2]
459 5 Opportunities Industrialization Centers, 1971-1972
459 6 Organized labor, 1977-1994
459 7 Organized labor and the religious community, circa 1970-1992
459 8 Organized labor and the religious community, 1993
459 9 "Organizing Ideas," undated
459 10 Owens, Sam, circa 1989
460 1 Pace e Bene Nonviolence Project, 1989
460 2 Pan-African Congress at Dar es Salaam, 1974
460 3 Parker, John, Avondale Estates (Georgia) City Manager and Police Chief, petition for his dismissal, circa 2001
460 4 Parish House, 1991
460 5 "Partnerships for Worker Justice: A Plan for the New Millennium," 1999
460 6 Pathways to Freedom, 2000
460 7 Paul Robeson International Center for the Performing Arts and Humanistic Study, 1979
460 8 The PCS Radio Network, 2000
460 9 "A People Based Food for Peace Program," 1974
460 10 People for the American Way, 1992-1996
460 11 People of Harris Neck Organized for Equal Justice, 1979
460 12 People to People Tour, 1995
460 13 People Power, 1989
460 14 People for Urban Justice, undated
460 15 People for Urban Justice, 1994
460 16 People's Alliance, undated
460 17 People's Coalition for Fairness and Justice in America, 1995
460 18 The Perry County Three, Alabama, 1985
460 19 Persian Gulf strategy session and march, 1990
460 20 Personnel, job descriptions, 1983-2000
460 21 Personnel, policy manuals, undated
460 22 Personnel rosters, undated
460 23 Personnel rosters, 1986-2004
460 24 Personnel, staff assignments, undated
460 25 Personnel, work performance review guide, undated
460 26 Peters, Richard A., "Racism in America Today (Why White America is Fearful of Black)", undated
460 27 Petition for an executive order outlawing segregation in American life (unsigned), circa 1961-1963
460 28 Pilgrimage to Washington for Voting Rights, Peace, Economic Justice, 1982 [1 of 2]
461 1 Pilgrimage to Washington for Voting Rights, Peace, Economic Justice, 1982 [2 of2]
461 2 Pilgrimage to Washington for Voting Rights, Peace, Economic Justice, Keith Silver files, 1982 [1 of 2]
461 3 Pilgrimage to Washington for Voting Rights, Peace, Economic Justice, Keith Silver files, 1982 [2 of 2]
461 4 Pinellas Sports Authority, 1983
461 5 Pinellas Sports Authority, 1984 [1 of 2]
461 6 Pinellas Sports Authority, 1984 [2 of 2]
461 7 Planning meeting for a black organizers conference, 1985
461 8 Play script, untitled, undated
461 9 Police brutality, 1992
462 1 Police brutality, Alabama, 1983
462 2 Police brutality, public hearing, Atlanta, Georgia, 1991
462 3 Police misconduct litigation report, circa 1979
462 4 "Policies for Survival in a World of Crisis: A Black Perspective," Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, Birmingham, Alabama, 1981
462 5 Political parties, circa 1973
462 6 Polychlorinated biphenyls, 1982-1983
462 7 Polychlorinated biphenyls, 2000
462 8 Poor People's Crusade, undated [See also Subseries 10.3: Poor People's Campaign records]
462 9 Poor People's Crusade, 1985-1986
462 10 Poor People's Crusade, 1987 circa
462 11 Poor People's Crusade, 1987 January-April
462 12 Poor People's Crusade, 1987 May-June
462 13 Poor People's Crusade, 1987 July-October
462 14 Poor People's Crusade, 1988-1990
462 15 Poor People's Crusade, organizer's manual, circa 1986
463 1 Portland Community College African-American Council, 1990
463 2 "Position Papers to Establish a National Committee for Independent Political Action," 1983
463 3 "Poverty," fragment, undated
463 4 "Poverty, Inequality and the Crisis of Social Policy," circa 1991
463 5 Prior Tire Company, 1995
463 6 Priorities, undated
463 7 Prison and Jail Prayer Vigil and Protest, 1995
463 8 Prison and Jail Project, 1993-2000
463 9 Prison ministry, 1996
463 10 Prisoner Visitation and Assistance Program, proposal, 1974
463 11 Proclamation, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Marietta, Georgia, 1986
463 12 Program activities, undated
463 13 "Program strategies and emphases for Four More Years," circa 1985
463 14 Proposal to address voting irregularities in Florida, circa 2000
463 15 "A Proposal for City Wide Church/Community Organizing for Crime and Drug Free Communities," undated
463 16 Proposed financial plan for Georgia, undated
463 17 Proposed structure for SCLC (draft), undated
463 18 Protest of the Coca-Cola Company's involvement in South Africa, circa 1980s
463 19 Protest of the Men's PGA Championship at Shoal Creek Golf Club, Birmingham, Alabama, 1990 [See also Subseries 2.3: President Joseph E. Lowery files]
463 20 Protests of The Southern Company's involvement in South Africa, 1977
463 21 Protests of The Southern Company's involvement in South Africa, 1986
463 22 Protest of WWL-TV 4, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1989
463 23 Public Citizen, 1992-1999
463 24 Public Policy Symposium, 1981
463 25 Publix Super Markets, 1992-1994
463 26 Quad Cities Conference on Black Families, 1981
463 27 The Quaker Oats Company Gospel Salute, 1982
463 28 The Quaker Oats Company Gospel Salute, 1984
463 29 "Race Issue," (fragment), undated
463 30 Racial Justice Act, 1988
463 31 Racism in the media, 1992
463 32 Radio-thon/TV-thon, 1977
464 1 Rally/March, President Reagan's Proposed Budget Cutbacks, Washington, D.C., undated
464 2 Rally in Support of Mayor Edward McIntyre and Mr. Joseph Jones, Augusta, Georgia, 1984
464 3 Rap Fest '88
464 4 Rappin' for Our Future, 1986 [See also Series 9: Department of Student Affairs records]
464 5 Reaganomics, 1981
464 6 Recovery by Faith, undated
464 7 "Reducing Fire Deaths in Minority Communities: Statement of Need," undated
464 8 Reed, Kasim, testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on the Judiciary regarding the King federal holiday, 1994
464 9 Registration, unidentified event, undated
464 10 Religious leaders in Atlanta, undated
464 11 Religious Task Force, 1994
464 12 Remarks of William Bradford Reynolds, Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights Division, U.S. Department of Justice before the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Friday, August 26, 1983
464 13 Reparations, 1996
464 14 Report to the Board of Directors, 2004
464 15 Reports to the President, undated
464 16 Reports to the President, 1985-1994
464 17 Revenue sharing, undated
464 18 The Rich's Cities in Schools Academy, undated
464 19 Richland Road abandonment, Atlanta, Georgia, 1972
464 20 The Ride for Corporate Justice, "Fighting Discrimination at the Coca-Cola Company and in Corporate America," 2000
464 21 Right to Vote: Campaign to End Felony Disfranchisement, 2004
464 22 Rozier, Keith, shooting in Orlando Florida, 1986
464 23 Rural/Urban Connections Conference, 1987
464 24 Sacred Rights Pilgrimage from Eufaula to Montgomery, Alabama, 1983
464 25 Savimbi, Jonas, circa 1987-1988
464 26 Schedules and itineraries, 1990-2000
464 27 Schiele, Jerome H., "The Personal Responsibility Act of 1996: The Bitter and the Sweet for African American Families," 1998
464 28 SCLC/Atlanta Task Force, 1985
464 29 SCLC Barraque Street Baptist Church first annual program, 1974
464 30 SCLC cable TV programs, 1990-1995
464 31 SCLC Center for Conflict Resolution, 2004
464 32 SCLC community activists meeting, March 16, 2001
464 33 SCLC Drug Abuse Referral Center, undated
464 34 SCLC history fragment, undated
464 35 SCLC Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service proposal, circa 2004
464 36 SCLC mass meeting, undated
464 37 SCLC nonviolent training workshops for SCLC/W.O.M.E.N.'s site coordinator's retreat, 1989
464 38 SCLC revival strategy outline, undated
464 39 SCLC statewide meeting, Macon, Georgia, 1990
464 40 SCLC Student Conference, Shaw University, Raleigh, North Carolina, May 1973
464 41 SCLC tent revival, 1991
464 42 SCLC Tobacco Free Prevention Day, 2002
464 43 SCLC and UPS Management Training Program, 1973-1978
465 1 SCLC Veterans of the Civil Rights Movement, 2001
465 2 SCLC video history, 1988
465 3 SCLC/Vine City Area Ministers gathering, 1991
465 4 SCLC/W.O.M.E.N., 1979-1980
465 5 SCLC/W.O.M.E.N. Drum Major for Justice Awards Dinner, 1983
465 6 SCLC/W.O.M.E.N. National AIDS Program, 1988-1989
465 7 SCLC Youth/Student Leadership Revival Weekend, undated
465 8 Selma to Montgomery March, undated
465 9 Selma to Montgomery March, 1965
465 10 Selma to Montgomery March, 20th anniversary, 1980
465 11 Selma to Montgomery March, 25th anniversary, 1989-1990
465 12 Selma to Montgomery March, 30th anniversary, 1994-1995
465 13 Selma to Montgomery March, 32nd anniversary, 1997
465 14 Selma to Montgomery March, 35th anniversary, 2000
465 15 Selma to Montgomery March, 40th anniversary, 2004-2005
465 16 Selma to Montgomery Historic Trail Study, 1991
465 17 Senate Bill 55, A bill to amend the National Labor Relations Act and the Railway Labor Act to prevent discrimination based on participation in labor disputes, (Striker Replacement/Workplace Fairness Bill), 1991-1994
465 18 Senate Bill 629 to reform Georgia's workers' compensation laws, 1992
466 1 Senior citizen murders, Atlanta, Georgia, 1986
466 2 Sign-in sheets and lists of names, unidentified, undated
466 3 SNUC, 1977
466 4 Social Activist Committee, undated
466 5 Social Security and welfare data, Atlanta metropolitan area, 1980-1981
466 6 Solidarity Day, undated
466 7 Solidarity Day, circa 1981-1991
466 8 Somali Relief and (Re)Adjustment Organization, Inc., undated
466 9 The Sondra O'Neale Legal Defense Committee, 1987
466 10 Soul City, North Carolina, circa 1976
466 11 South Africa Network of Atlanta, 1989
466 12 South African Boys Choir, 1981
466 13 Southeastern Dialogue on the Changing World Economy, 1980
466 14 Southern Action Conference Against Gun Violence, 1996
466 15 Southern Center for Human Rights, 1995
466 16 Southern Center for Human Rights, 1999-2000
466 17 Southern Christian Leadership Conference briefing, the White House, Washington, D.C., 1998
466 18 Southern Community/Labor Conference, 1992
466 19 The Southern Conference Movement--A Struggle of Justice for over Five Decades and a Vision for the 21st Century, 1989
466 20 Southern Conference on World Affairs, 1979
466 21 "Southern Labor and the Freedom Movement: An Outline History," undated
466 22 Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice, undated
466 23 Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice, 1974-1975
467 1 Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice, 1976-1979
467 2 Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice, 1980-1981
467 3 Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice, 1982-1983
467 4 Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice, 1984-1989
467 5 Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice, 1990 circa
467 6 Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice, 1990 January-September
468 1 Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice, 1990 October-December
468 2 Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice, 1991 circa
468 3 Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice, 1991
468 4 Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice, 1992
468 5 Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice, 1993
468 6 Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice, 1994
468 7 Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice, 1995-1996
469 1 Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice, 1997
469 2 Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice, 1998-1999
469 3 Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice, 2000
469 4 Southern Regional Council, 1980-1999
469 5 "Southern Regional Proposal for African American Forums on the Results and Significance of the 1992 Presidential Election," undated
469 6 Southern Rural Action, circa 1979-1970
469 7 Southwest Atlantans' Consumers and Merchants Association, 1991-1993
469 8 Spring Offensive, 1973
469 9 St. Paul African Methodist Church, Lithonia, Georgia, 2000
469 10 The Stanley Foundation 34th Strategy for Peace Conference, 1993
469 11 Star of the Business Community, undated
469 12 Steele, C.K. (Reverend), benefit, 1981
469 13 Steering committee, 1994
469 14 Stop the Church Burning Love Feast, 1996
469 15 Stop the Killing, End the Violence, undated [See also Subseries 10.9: Stop the Killing, End the Violence records]
469 16 Stop the Killing, End the Violence, 1991-1994
469 17 Stop the Killing March and Prayer Vigil, College Park, Georgia, 1996
469 18 Streib, Victor L., "Capital Punishment of Female Offenders," 1991-1994
470 1 Streib, Victor L., "The Juvenile Death Penalty Today," 1992-1994
470 2 "Striving for Fullness of Life: The Church's Challenge in Health," 1988
470 3 Student Summit, 1986
470 4 Students for Afrikan-Amerikan Empowerment, 1995
470 5 Summer Canvassers' Conference, 1992
470 6 Sumter County, Georgia, 1992
470 7 Survivors of homicide victims, undated
470 8 Suttles, Wadie, circa 1984
470 9 Swan, Dana, oral history transcript, undated
470 10 Sweet Auburn Area Business Association, 1993-1994
470 11 Sweet Auburn Area Merchants and Professionals' Association, 1986-1993
470 12 Taser deaths nationwide, 2004
470 13 Task Force against Drug Abuse, 1986
470 14 Task Force for the Homeless, circa 1989-1996
470 15 Task Force for the Preservation of Public Black Colleges, 1989
470 16 Task force to refurbish the SCLC national office, 1981
470 17 Task force on violence and spirituality, 1991-1992
470 18 Task forces, general, undated
470 19 Tate, Leonard, "Blacks in Atlanta: Organize or Perish," undated
470 20 Taxes, 1981
470 21 Taylor, Fred (Reverend), arrest records, 1976-1992
470 22 Taylor, Fred (Reverend), Booker T. Washington High School, Montgomery, Alabama, 1979
470 23 Taylor, Fred (Reverend), business and identification cards, undated
470 24 Taylor, Fred (Reverend), certificates and awards, circa 1976-1998
470 25 Taylor, Fred (Reverend), high school diploma and honorary Doctor of Theology, 1961-1998
470 26 Taylor, Fred (Reverend), resumes, undated
470 27 Taylor, Fred (Reverend), writings, undated
470 28 Taylor, Fred (Reverend), writings, 1973-1994
470 29 Taylor, Fred (Reverend), writings, fragments, undated
470 30 Tchula 7, Mississippi, circa 1983
471 1 "Ten Point Proposal to Supplement the Budget to Reduce Administrative Costs and Increase Revenue," 1982
471 2 Texas Farmworkers Union, March for Human Rights, 1977
471 3 Thomas, Clarence (Justice), 1991
471 4 Thomasville March, undated
471 5 Thurmond, Michael L. (Representative), "Proposed Human Infrastructure Budget Improvements, FY 1990-91"
471 6 Timmons Security Agency, 1979
471 7 Titan International, Inc., 1999-2000
471 8 To-do lists, 1981-1995
471 9 "Toward a New Vision," 1994
471 10 Toward a Strategy for Independent Political Action in the 1980s, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, 1979
471 11 Town hall meeting committee, 1994
471 12 Toxic waste and race, circa 1987-1989
471 13 Triger, Robert Lee, Jr., "The Invasion(s) of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Neighborhood," 1997
471 14 Trinity Baptist Church of Metro Atlanta, East Point, Georgia, 2004
471 15 Tultex Corporation, Martinsville, Virginia, 1990
471 16 Turn Out the Black Electorate (To Be), undated
471 17 United Affirmative Action Development Corp., Community Reinvestment Act complaint against Premier Bank/Bank One, 1998
471 18 United Church of Christ Commission for Racial Justice, 1989-1998
471 19 United Farm Workers of America, 1971-1975
471 20 The United States Army Ground Forces Band, 1986
471 21 United States Environmental Protection Agency, 1985-1997
471 22 United States Marshals Service, circa 1975-1978
471 23 United States v. Pryor's Court, Inc., et al., 1989
471 24 United States v. Vuong, et al., amicus curiae brief, 1995 amicus curiae brief, 1995
471 25 United Youth-Adult Conference, undated
471 26 United Youth-Adult Conference, 1979
471 27 Unity, undated
471 28 The University of Toledo TOLEDO EXCEL 1995 Civil Rights Ethnographic Field Study roster
472 1 Up and Out of Poverty Now, circa 1990-1991
472 2 The Uprising Project, 1993
472 3 Urban development/redevelopment, Atlanta, Georgia 1997
472 4 Veterans Administration, 1979
472 5 Victim impact statements, undated
472 6 Vietnam Veterans Against the War, undated
472 7 Vigil for Carver Homes, 1987
472 8 Violence, 1995-2000
472 9 "Violence, the Ku Klux Klan and the Struggle for Equality: An Informational and Instructional Kit," 1981
472 10 Vitawomen, circa 1980
472 11 Vivian, C.T., undated
472 12 Voter Education Project, circa 1978-1985
472 13 Voter registration and voting, undated
472 14 Voter registration and voting, 1974-1984
472 15 Voter registration and voting, 1987-1990
472 16 Voter registration and voting, 1992-2004
473 1 Voting habits in the Mississippi Delta, undated
473 2 Voting Rights Act extension, 1981
473 3 Voting Rights Act extension, 1982
473 4 Voting rights, Florida, 2004
473 5 Voting rights violations, undated
473 6 A Walk for Respect, Dignity and Human Rights, Georgia, 1991
473 7 Warren County Citizens Concerned about PCB, Warrenton, North Carolina, 1982
473 8 Warren, Earl, 1974
473 9 Warriors for Justice, Helena, Georgia, circa 1995
473 10 West Hunter Street Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia undated
473 11 West Hunter Street Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia 1975-2000
473 12 "What Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Has to Say About Drugs Gangs and Violence," undated
473 13 "Where Do We Go From Here? African Liberation," circa 1973
473 14 White House Fellowship program, 1975
473 15 "Whither America: Racial Justice in the United States Today," undated
473 16 "Why is there No Power Among Blacks?" undated
473 17 The Wilcox County Promised Land Ministry, undated
473 18 Williams, Hosea, unidentified organization, undated
473 19 Wings of Hope, circa 1989-1995 [See also Subseries 10.8: Wings of Hope Anti-Drug Program records]
473 20 Winn-Dixie Stores, boycott, 1985-1986 [See also Subseries 2.3: President Joseph E. Lowery files and Subseries 4.6: E. Randel T. Osburn files]
473 21 Winn-Dixie Stores, economic agreement, 1984
473 22 Witness for Justice, 1987
473 23 The Women's Center, undated
473 24 Woodley, Luther Bayah, undated
473 25 Women in the Church mini-convention, 1978
473 26 Women in Touch Prayer Breakfast, undated
473 27 Work Action for Key Efforts in Uniting People, undated
473 28 Workers' compensation, undated
473 29 Workshop, unidentified, undated
473 30 World Council of Churches, 2004
473 31 World Day Center, 1987
474 1 World Peace Movement, 1988
474 2 Wrightsville, Georgia civil rights demonstrations and court cases, 1980-1985 [1 of 2]
474 3 Wrightsville, Georgia civil rights demonstrations and court cases, 1980-1985 [2 of 2]
474 4 Writings by others, undated
474 5 Writings by others, 1975-1991
474 6 Writings, unidentified, undated
474 7 WXAP Radio, Atlanta, Georgia, circa 1972
474 8 YMCA of Metropolitan Atlanta, undated
474 9 YMCA of Metropolitan Atlanta, 1970-1973
474 10 YMCA of Metropolitan Atlanta, 1974-1977
474 11 Young, Andrew, campaign for Congress, 1970
474 12 Youth Leadership Project, circa 1976
474 13 Youth and Student Affairs, 1989-2000 [See also Series 9: Department of Student Affairs records]
474 14 Zewde, Samson, 1995
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