Series 9
Department of Student Affairs records, 1963-2005
Boxes 502 - 538; OP11

Historical Note

The Department of Student Affairs was responsible for coordinating outreach efforts and promoting membership among youth. Early initiatives began in the 1970s, under the direction of Stoney Cooks. However, the department did become really active until the mid-1980s when Brenda Davenport was hired to be director. Under her leadership, the department greatly expanded its programming, specifically initiating projects to promote education, civic engagement, personal responsibility, and nonviolence. The department also worked to involve young people in SCLC's annual national convention.

The department conducted nonviolence training seminars in high schools in Georgia and Tennessee, as well as programs such as Rappin' for Our Future, Call to Manhood, and Growing into Womanhood. Many of these programs were designed to help teenagers navigate the transition into adulthood. For example, Call to Manhood was a rites of passage program organized in the 1990s to help young boys develop into responsible and educated men. It included seminars and workshops on personal hygiene, cultural heritage and nonviolence, as well as an annual conference. Similarly, Growing Into Womanhood, also organized in the 1990s, was a rites of passage program targeting young girls as they became women. Growing Into Womanhood consisted of seminars and workshops on personal hygiene and cultural heritage, but also addressed other issues such as teenage pregnancy and female health concerns.

Brenda Davenport led the department until the mid-2000s.

Scope and Content Note

The series contains the records of the Department of Student Affairs from 1963-2005, including administrative files such as correspondence, internal memoranda and meeting agendas and minutes, as well as subject files relating to the many programs geared toward student and youth development and outreach. The bulk of material is from 1983-2005 and documents Brenda Davenport as the Director of Student Affairs and primary organizer of student activities and programs. A small amount of material is present from an earlier incarnation of the program in the 1970s.

Programs of particular interest include the Stop the Killing, End the Violence campaign, Rappin' for Our Future, Student Call to Washington, Call to Manhood, Growing Into Womanhood, voter registration, and summer youth employment programs. The series also contains substantial material on student participation at SCLC's National Convention as well as a host of other activities and programs. Too, this series includes material on the Poor People's Crusade in its notes and notebooks, particularly circa 1987. It is important to note that records for Call to Manhood include no material for 1992 and that records for the summer youth employment programs (1981-1997) include a substantial gap from 1988-1990. Finally, the series documents the personal volunteer efforts of Brenda Davenport, including Children's Chapel at Ebenezer Baptist Church.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in alphabetical order.

Box Folder Content
502 1 10 Day Lesson Plan on the 6 Steps of Nonviolence, undated
502 2 100 Black Men of Atlanta, Inc., 2004
502 3 2000 Georgia Children's Agenda, 1999
502 4 "ABC's of Proposal Writing," undated
502 5 Accepted and invited congresspersons, undated
502 6 Act I Composition invoices, 1988-1990
502 7 Action forums, undated
502 8 Action forums, 1994
502 9 Action items, undated
502 10 Activities, community projects, and outstanding citizenship, undated
502 11 Activity chart and plan report, 1994
502 12 Act Up Network, undated
502 13 ADAPSO Foundation, 1990
502 14 Address to the Senate Study Committee on Public Education Disciplinary Reform, 1998
502 15 Adolescent initiation into adulthood worksheets and study sheets, undated
502 16 Adolescent violence, 1987-1993
502 17 AFL-CIO Organizing Institute, 1992
502 18 Africa Fund, 1989-1998
502 19 "Africa: How Much Do You Know?," quiz, undated
502 20 African American Action Alert Communications Network, "Executive Summary of the Fourth Annual Public Policy Agenda Conference," 1991
502 21 "African American Health: Rolling Downhill like a Snowball Headed for Hell", undated
502 22 African American Heritage Festival, 5th annual, 1993
502 23 African Americans and the telecommunications future, 1996
502 24 African American Women's Conference, first annual, 1991
502 25 African arts from Lagos, Nigeria, undated
502 26 African Palms, 1993-1994
502 27 Aid to Imprisoned Mothers, Inc., 1991-1992
502 28 Ajanaku African American Research Institute, 1970-1985
502 29 Alexander, Avery Caesar, biographical sketch draft, undated
502 30 Allen, Norris, 2002
502 31 Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority certificate of appreciation to Brenda Davenport, 1982
502 32 American Amusement Services, undated
502 33 American Committee on Africa, 1987-1988
502 34 Americans for a Fair Chance: Opportunity Through Affirmative Action, undated
502 35 Amnesty International, 1986-1990
502 36 Amnesty International, Ralph J. Bunche Human Rights Fellowship Program, 1989
502 37 Andrew Young Medal for Capitalism and Social Progress awards ceremony, 2001
502 38 Anniversary Tours, Inc., circa 1989
502 39 Annual Alabama Educational Association Week of Festivities, 2000
502 40 "An Overview: Southern Christian Leadership Conference," undated
502 41 Ansbro, John J., "Malcolm X's Appreciation of the Power of the Negative," undated
502 42 Anti-drug campaign, undated
502 43 Anti-drug campaign, 1987-1989
502 44 Anti-violence haunted house, undated
502 45 Anti-violence haunted house, 1994-1996
502 46 Anyike, James, "African American Holidays: A Historical Research and Resource Guide to Cultural Celebrations," undated
502 47 Anyike, James, Rites of Passage Guidelines for Training African-American Youth in the School, Church, Home & Community, 1992
502 48 Application for services, Special Audiences, Inc., undated
502 49 Applications for special use permit, National Park Services, Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site, 2000
502 50 Area preparatory committee, 1985
502 51 Assassination of Martin Luther, King, Jr., 8th-23rd anniversaries, 1976-1991
503 1 Assassination of Martin Luther, King, Jr., 25th anniversary, 1993
503 2 Assassination of Martin Luther, King, Jr., 26th-34th anniversaries, 1994-2002
503 3 Association of People Living with AIDS, 1987
503 4 Atlanta Black and Jewish Coalition junior and senior youth retreat, 1992
503 5 Atlanta Bound student trip, 1989
503 6 Atlanta Ecumenical Human Rights Prayer Banquet, 3rd annual, 1990
503 7 Atlanta Empowerment Zone Corporation, undated
503 8 Atlanta Foundation Center, 2000
503 9 Atlanta Greatest Artists Series presents Leontyne Price, 1989
503 10 Atlanta Housing Authority, circa 1987
503 11 Atlanta public schools community service, 1987
503 12 Atlanta public schools directory of summer opportunities for students and parents, 1994
503 13 Atlanta public schools mailing list, 1991-1992
503 14 Atlanta Public Schools Summer Youth Employment and Training Program supervisor handbook, 1993
503 15 Atlanta Public Schools Summer Youth Employment Program, 1994
503 16 Atlanta Summit on Youth and Violence Prevention Task Force, 1993
503 17 Atlanta Tribute to Nelson Mandela, 1990
503 18 Atlanta University Center Student Government Association, 1987-1988
503 19 Atlanta University Movement Workshop, 1987
503 20 Atlanta Workforce Development Agency, 2000
503 21 Atlanta Youth Violence Prevention Summit, 1995
503 22 Auburn Avenue Research Library on African American Culture and History, 1995-2000
503 23 Awakenings, young women's seminar, 1993
503 24 Bankhead Interagency Council, 1988-1989
504 1 Barlow, Chris, circa 1988
504 2 Barnes, Carol, "Melanin: The Chemical Key to Black Greatness," 1987
504 3 Barnes, J.A., One Sunday in Birmingham, play script, 1999
504 4 Beah: A Black Woman Speaks, documentary film about Beah Richards, 2003-2004
504 5 Beal, Alveda King, campaign statement, 1984
504 6 Beatrice Foundation, 1989
504 7 Bell, Joel, crime fighting programs, 1994-1996
504 8 Best of Florida Schools winners, Florida Leader, 2000
504 9 "Better Chance: For the Kids, For You, For All of Us," 1999
504 10 Biographical sketches, undated
504 11 Biographical sketches, 1990-1998
504 12 Birthday observances for Martin Luther King, Jr., 1963-1989
504 13 Birthday observances for Martin Luther King, Jr., 1990-2000
504 14 Birthday observances for Martin Luther King, Jr., 2004-2005
504 15 Bishop Tutu Refugee Fund, circa 1985-1987
504 16 "Black America 2010, A New Renaissance: African American Cultural News and Information Journal," 2004
504 17 Black college campus tours, 1992-2004
504 18 Black College Day, 1986-1988
504 19 Black Community Crusade for Children, 1994
504 20 Black Empowerment of Youth Through Education, Determination, Pride, Excellence, Action, and Self-Love, 1994
504 21 Black Entertainment Television Teen Summit, 1990
504 22 Black Expo United States of America, 1990
504 23 Black Family Project, Inc., 1987
504 24 Black history contest study booklet for trivia challenge bowl, 1986
504 25 Black history games, circa 1980-1985
504 26 Black History Month events, 1992
504 27 Black History Showdown registration forms, undated
504 28 Black Leadership Forum, 1994
505 1 Black on Black Crime Task Force, circa 1990-1992
505 2 Black Student Leadership Network, circa 1994
505 3 Black Student Retention in Higher Education National Conference, 8th annual, 1992
505 4 Black Student Summit: Meeting the Challenges to Be a Great Generation, 1985
505 5 Black Teens for Advancement, circa 1989
505 6 Bolden, Willie, personal statement, undated
505 7 Book lists for health, endurance, and bonding, undated
505 8 Bosnian student project, 1993-1994
505 9 Boxing academy, undated
505 10 Bozeman, Maggie, memorial service, 2004
505 11 Breakfast committee, undated
505 12 Brice, Tikisha, recommendation form, 1989
505 13 Bridging the Gap: Girls-Women Mentoring Program, 1996
505 14 Brown, Tony, "White Girl," 1988-1989
505 15 Brown v. the Board of Education, 50th anniversary, 2004
505 16 Building Blocks for Youth, 1999
505 17 "Building a New South: A Guide to Southern Social Justice Organizations," 1990
505 18 Burdett, Shannon, student volunteer, 1995
505 19 Bus Tour for the Vote, 1992
505 20 Butler Street YMCA, Hungry Club Forum, 1992
505 21 By All Means Music Marketing and Management Company, 2002
505 22 Calendars, 1987-2004
505 23 Call to Manhood, undated
505 24 Call to Manhood, 1991
505 25 Call to Manhood, 1993 [1 of 3]
505 26 Call to Manhood, 1993 [2 of 3]
506 1 Call to Manhood, 1993 [3 of 3]
506 2 Call to Manhood, 1994-1995
506 3 Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids, 2001-2002
506 4 Campus Outreach Opportunity League (COOL), 1991
506 5 Carson, Ron, freelance illustrator, undated
506 6 Carter, Jimmy, human rights address, The Carter-Menil Human Rights Ceremony, 1988-1989
506 7 Casson, Rebecca, letter of commendation and evangelist license, 1989
506 8 Celebration of Namibia's independence, undated
506 9 CENTEC Learning Systems, 1990
506 10 Center for Democratic Renewal, 1990-1999 [previously known as the National Anti-Klan Network]
506 11 Certificates, undated
506 12 Certificates, 1988-1997
507 1 Chapters and Affiliates: Alabama, Anniston chapter, 2000
507 2 Chapters and Affiliates: California, Los Angeles chapter, undated
507 3 Chapters and Affiliates: Florida, St. Petersburg chapter, 1983-1988
507 4 Chapters and Affiliates: Georgia, Atlanta University Center chapter, 1987
507 5 Chapters and Affiliates: Georgia, Dublin-Laurens County chapter, 1986
507 6 Chapters and Affiliates: Georgia, Jasper County chapter, 1989
507 7 Chapters and Affiliates: Georgia, Morehouse College chapter, undated
507 8 Chapters and Affiliates: Maryland, Maryland State chapter, 1998
507 9 Chapters and Affiliates: Maryland: Rockville and Montgomery County chapter, 1995-1996
507 10 Chapters and Affiliates: Missouri, St. Louis chapter, 1988
507 11 Chapters and Affiliates: North Carolina, Charlotte chapter, 1987-1988
507 12 Chapters and Affiliates: Ohio, Cleveland chapter, 2002
507 13 Chapters and Affiliates: Texas, Dallas chapter, 1990-1991
507 14 Charles, Doreen, "It's Our Turn," 1983
507 15 Children of Milan Christmas party, 1993
507 16 Children's Chapel, Ebenezer Baptist Church, undated
507 17 Children's Chapel, Ebenezer Baptist Church, 1987-1990
507 18 Children's Chapel, Ebenezer Baptist Church, 1991 circa
507 19 Children's Chapel, Ebenezer Baptist Church, 1991-1993
507 20 Children's Chapel, Ebenezer Baptist Church, 1994 circa
507 21 Children's Chapel, Ebenezer Baptist Church, 1994 [1 of 3]
508 1 Children's Chapel, Ebenezer Baptist Church, 1994 [2 of 3]
508 2 Children's Chapel, Ebenezer Baptist Church, 1994 [3 of 3]
508 3 Children's Chapel, Ebenezer Baptist Church, 1995-2000
508 4 Children's Chapel, Ebenezer Baptist Church, planning binder, circa 1991-1994
508 5 Children's Defense Fund, undated
508 6 Children's Defense Fund, 1992-1994 circa
508 7 Children's Defense Fund, 1995 [1 of 2]
508 8 Children's Defense Fund, 1995 [2 of 2]
508 9 Christian charm course, student's manual, 1992
508 10 Christian Education Committee, 1994
508 11 Christmas party for the Delta Pride strikers and their children, undated
508 12 Citizenship Education Awards Program, 1995
508 13 Citizen Education Fund, 1987
508 14 Citizens for a Better World, 1986
509 1 Citizens' High School, circa 1983-1987
509 2 Citizenship and National Service Act, 1989
509 3 City of Atlanta Adamsville Recreation Center, 2004
509 4 City Scoop, circa 1988
509 5 Civic Day registration authorization form, 2004
509 6 Civil rights program and tour, 2004
509 7 Clark Atlanta University Student Government Association, constitution, undated
509 8 Clark, Ben, 1990
509 9 Clark, Ladana "Lady Jam," circa 1991-1993
509 10 Clayton County, Georgia schools, 1990
509 11 Clayton County, Georgia temporary voter registration sites, 1992
509 12 Clayton County Schools Performing Arts Center, 1990-1992
509 13 Clay, Vernor, Interdenominational Theological Center field education evaluation, 1989
509 14 Clinton, Bill (President), 1998
509 15 Coalition of Southern Black Youth, 1989
509 16 Coalition to Boycott Domino's Pizza, 1989
509 17 "Collaborative Proposal between SCLC and Partners in Neighborhood Growth," 2005
509 18 "College: Home Away from Home," undated
509 19 College Park Housing Authority and Community Coalition, 2004
509 20 College Park Housing Authority's Drug Elimination Program, 1998-1999
509 21 "Colonization of the Image of God, Rayshoun A. Chambers," 1990
509 22 "Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc. Reports: In the Killing Fields of America" and "Bill Moyers Series: What Can We Do About Violence," 1995
509 23 Commission for Racial Justice, circa 1991
509 24 Committee on National Parks hearing, Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site, 1988
509 25 Commitment to Peace, A Pledge for Justice, 1994
509 26 Community and church drug prevention strategy outline, 1989
509 27 Community Book Center, New Orleans, Louisiana, undated
509 28 Community Builders Fellowship Program, 1998
509 29 Community Development Institute, 1997
509 30 Community mural project, Clergy and Laity Concerned of Western Oregon, 1989
509 31 Computers for Learning registration, 1998
509 32 Condemning disparate sentencing in crack cocaine cases, undated
509 33 Conference panel descriptions, undated
509 34 Conference room request form and schedule, 1994
509 35 "Conferences that Work: How to Plan, Manage, and Evaluate Task-Oriented Conferences," 1983
509 36 Conflict resolution workshops, undated
509 37 Congress of National Black Churches, annual consultation, circa 1995 [1 of 2]
510 1 Congress of National Black Churches, annual consultation, circa 1995 [2 of 2]
510 2 Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Legislative Conference, 24th annual, 1994
510 3 Correspondence, undated [1 of 2]
510 4 Correspondence, undated [2 of 2]
510 5 Correspondence, 1983-1988
510 6 Correspondence, 1989
510 7 Correspondence, 1990 January-September
510 8 Correspondence, 1990 October-December
511 1 Correspondence, 1991
511 2 Correspondence, 1992
511 3 Correspondence, 1993 January-July
511 4 Correspondence, 1993August-December
511 5 Correspondence, 1994 January-May
511 6 Correspondence, 1994 June-December
512 1 Correspondence, 1995
512 2 Correspondence, 1996-1997
512 3 Correspondence, 1998
512 4 Correspondence, 1999-2000
512 5 Correspondence, 2001-2004
512 6 Count Every Vote, 2004
512 7 Counties in the 11th congressional district, undated
512 8 Crawford, Solomon, "How I Can Help Promote Nonviolence in My Community," undated
512 9 Creatively combating violence by African American youth, 1992
512 10 Curry, Nadine, summer intern, 1992
512 11 Dallas Raps, "Accentuate the Positive," circa 1998
512 12 D and D Innovators, undated
513 1 Davenport, Brenda, appointment book, 1994
513 2 Davenport, Brenda, biographical sketches, undated
513 3 Davenport, Brenda, certificates, 1989 -1997
513 4 Davenport, Brenda, family reunion, 1984-1988
513 5 Davenport, Brenda, "Memories of Martin Luther King, Jr.," undated
513 6 Davenport, Brenda, minority community development program at Cleveland State University, 1984
513 7 Davenport, Brenda, press statement presented at the AFL-CIO on behalf of the Black Youth Leadership Council, circa 1997
513 8 Davenport, Brenda, Project Director, undated
513 9 Davenport, Brenda, recommendation form, 1987
513 10 Davenport, Brenda, resumes, undated
513 11 Davenport, Brenda, resumes, 1990
513 12 Davenport, Brenda, speaking engagements, 1988-2004
513 13 Davenport, Brenda, sweetheart mailgram, 1992
513 14 Davis, Keysa, "Spiritual Women," 1999
513 15 Dayton, Ohio crime report, circa 1991
513 16 D.C. Student Coalition against Apartheid and Racism, 1988-1991
513 17 "Death at School: A Guide for Teachers, School Nurses, Counselors, and Administrators," undated
513 18 Death Penalty Awareness Day, circa 1987
513 19 DeKalb County Express Track Club, 1990
513 20 Democratic National Convention, 1988
513 21 Democracy for China Fund, 1990-1991
513 22 Description of state and local grants for high risk youth, 1988
513 23 "Destruction of a Generation," undated
513 24 "Developing the Global Village," undated
513 25 Donaldson, Kevin, summer intern, 1992
513 26 Drafts, undated
513 27 Drafts, 1984-2004
514 1 Drug prevention program with Harlem Globetrotters, 1988
514 2 Drug prevention program with Meadowlark Lemon's Shooting Stars, 1986
514 3 Drum Major for Justice Awards Dinner, 13th Annual, 1992
514 4 Ebenezer Baptist Church, 1988-2004
514 5 Economic empowerment campaign, 1994-2004
514 6 "Economic Empowerment and the Savings and Loan Crisis," 1966-1989
514 7 Education, 1993
514 8 Education Update, undated
514 9 El Salvador, undated
514 10 Emergency summit for youth coordinators, 1995-1996
514 11 Emory University African American Studies African Diaspora Festival, 1994
514 12 English, Jennifer, "Ella Baker: Soldier for the Masses," 1990
514 13 Enterprise Atlanta, 1989
514 14 Evaluation Models Participants List, 1997
514 15 Eventions VIP List, 1997
514 16 Eyes on the Prize video, undated
514 17 Eyewitness Israel, delegation sponsored by the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee and Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1988
514 18 "Fact Sheet on President Nixon's Economic Policies," circa 1969-1974
514 19 Fairington Elementary School motivational program for young boys and young girls, undated
514 20 Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting workshops, undated
514 21 Families in Touch Prison Connection Program, undated
514 22 Families in Touch Prison Connection Program, 1992
514 23 Family violence, undated
514 24 Fannie Lou Hamer Conference, 1987-1988
514 25 Federal gun laws questions and answers, 1994
514 26 Federal Weed and Seed Program, 1992
514 27 Federation of Southern Cooperatives/Land Assistance Fund, circa 1986
514 28 Fellowship of Reconciliation, undated
514 29 Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1985-1989
515 1 Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1990-1991
515 2 Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1992 circa
515 3 Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1992
515 4 Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1993-1996
515 5 Fellowship of Reconciliation planning binder, 1993-1995
515 6 "Fifty Years After Brown: The Case for Academic Reparations," 2004
515 7 Florida Black Student Association, Inc., undated
515 8 Food and nutrition, 1986-1992
515 9 Food Research and Action Center, circa 1999
515 10 Forces of the Universe, undated
515 11 Ford, Harold, proclamation, 1987
515 12 Fort Deposit and Stop the Killing Rally and March, undated
516 1 Fort Valley State College, 1988-1989
516 2 Four city crime prevention tour, undated
516 3 Freaknik survey, circa 1995
516 4 Freedom Fest, circa 1994-1995
516 5 Freedom Run, third annual, 1996
516 6 Freedom song booklet for adults and youth, circa 1986
516 7 Free South Africa Youth to Youth Tour, South African Youth Congress, 1990
516 8 Fulton County Board of Education, 1988-1989
516 9 Fulton County Department of Family and Children Services, 1994
516 10 Fulton County high schools and middle schools, 1985-1988
516 11 Fulton County Human Services project proposal, 1995
516 12 Fulton/George County Merger Progress Report, 1994
516 13 Fundraising block party and car wash, 2004
516 14 Fundraising letter for scholarships, undated
516 15 Fundraising resources, 1989-1992
516 16 G. Heileman Brewing Company, Power Master beer boycott, 1991
516 17 Gangbuster, comic book, 1985
516 18 Georgia Advocates for Battered Women and Children, 1997
516 19 Georgia Alliance for Tobacco Prevention, 2002
516 20 Georgia Association for Black Elected Officials, 1994
516 21 Georgia Black Student Association, 1987
516 22 Georgia Children's Agenda, 1994
516 23 Georgia Civil Rights Network, 1993
516 24 Georgia Empowerment Coalition, 1992
516 25 Georgia Human Rights Conference, 1989
516 26 Georgia Southern University and Savannah State College, meetings regarding the Georgia Board of Regents' decision to promote Georgia Southern College to regional university status, 1989
516 27 Georgia State Convention, 1987-1988
516 28 Georgia State University Department of African American Studies Service Learning Project, student and agency contract, Felicia Stanley, 2000
516 29 Georgia State University Department of African American Studies Service Learning Project, student and agency contract, Stephanie Enoch, undated
516 30 Georgians United Against Violence Legislative Work Day, 1994-1995
516 31 Georgia's Unlock the Waiting List Campaign, circa 1998
516 32 Get with the Program, spring break student rally, 1991
516 33 Giarratano, Joseph M., death penalty case, 1991
516 34 Gifts in Kind America, 1993
516 35 Goals of Student Affairs, undated
516 36 Good Morning Revolution, black history program, 1994
516 37 Good Morning Revolution, play script, undated
516 38 Gordon, Spiver, "Well I Declare: A Salute to Authentic Heroes," undated
516 39 Gospel songs, undated
516 40 Graduating senior list, 1989
516 41 Grady High School Parent Teacher Student Association, 1991-1992
516 42 Grady High School, students list, undated
517 1 Grady High School, student and teacher safety survey, circa 1991-1992
517 2 Great American Smokeout, American Cancer Society, 1985-1990
517 3 Great Peace March, Pro Peace, 1985-1986
517 4 Greeson, Phil, educational program proposal, undated
517 5 Gregory, Dick, draft of speech, undated
517 6 Group discussion survey, undated
517 7 Growing Into Womanhood, undated
517 8 Growing Into Womanhood, 1993-1995
517 9 Growing Into Womanhood, 1996-1999
517 10 Guest artists invited, undated
517 11 Guide to black organizations, 1989-1991
517 12 Gun Buy Back and AIDS screenings, undated
517 13 Gun Buy Back Program, 1993-2000
517 14 Gun control and crime reduction survey, circa 1994
517 15 Gurley, Mary Harris, debut album, 2004
517 16 Habitat for Humanity, 1988
517 17 Hall, Leon, memorial service, 1989
517 18 Hands on Atlanta, 1995-1999
517 19 Hands on Atlanta, curriculum outline, undated
517 20 Hankerson, Joseph "Big Lester," funeral, 1988
517 21 Harlem Renaissance Talent Showcase, Ebenezer Baptist Church, 2001
517 22 Harris, John, Jr., "The Secret," undated
517 23 Hartford Memorial Baptist Church, spring revival, 1994
517 24 "Highlights of Youth and Student Affairs Program," 1990-1991
517 25 Hill, Paul, Jr., "Rites of Passage: Historical Background and National Implications of Adolescent Rites of Passage," 1988
517 26 Hilton, Elliot, scheduling for the 1994-1995 school year, 1994
517 27 Historically black colleges and universities, undated
517 28 Historically black colleges and universities mailing list, 2004
518 1 HIV/AIDS information and prevention, 1989-1999
518 2 Homicide reports, 1992
518 3 House Study Committee on Age of Criminal Responsibility of the Georgia General Assembly's Public Hearing, 1986
518 4 Housing Now, 1989
518 5 "How to Extend Your Nonimmigrant Stay," undated
518 6 Hyatt, Chad, intern, 1987-1988
518 7 I Believe in Me: A Drug Awareness Film for Young People, 1988
518 8 I Have a Dream National Youth Assembly, 1st-3rd annual, 1988-1990
518 9 Increase the Peace, Fulton County Commission youth outreach program, 1993
518 10 Independent School Recruitment Fair, 14th Annual, 1997
518 11 Institute of the Christian World 9th anniversary, 1992
518 12 Interdenominational Theological Center, 1989
518 13 Inter-Direct Sect of Salt Lake Community College, constitution, undated
518 14 Interfaith service, 1990
518 15 International Year of Peace, 1986
518 16 Intern programs, circa 1993
518 17 International Expressions of Art, undated
518 18 International Youth Peace Week, 2000
518 19 Introduction to creating video games, Ebenezer Baptist Church, undated
518 20 Issues forum, 1992
518 21 Jackson, Jesse, undated
518 22 JAM Ayers Day Unity Rally, 1994
518 23 James, Terrance, 1996
518 24 Jamming for Justice, undated
518 25 Japanese schools and companies in Atlanta, Georgia, circa 1985-1988
518 26 Jasper County Comprehensive High School, Monticello, Georgia, policies regarding minority students and teachers, 1991
518 27 Jesse Jackson for President, circa 1983
518 28 "Jew's Jew: The Historical Rise and Fall of the Jewish People," 1990
518 29 Jim Maddox Scholars Program, criteria and application form, circa 1997
518 30 Job descriptions, 2000-2002
518 31 Jobs with Justice, 1988
518 32 Joint Center for Political Studies, Inc., National Policy Institute, 1989
518 33 Joseph E. Lowery Institute for Justice and Human Rights at Clark Atlanta University, "Criminal Justice Reform Symposium Summary Position Paper," circa 2003
518 34 Jú-Dah, "Three Young Men Called to Minister the Word of God through Song," undated
518 35 Justice for Janitors, circa 1988-1989
518 36 Justice House, 1987-1989
518 37 Kamau, Gregory, volunteer community service, 2000
518 38 Kennedy, Joseph P., II, biographical sketch, undated
518 39 "Kerner Report Updated, Report of the 1988 Commission on Cities, Race, and Poverty in the United States Today," 1988
518 40 Kevyn Jones Defense Fund, circa 1986-1987
519 1 Kids Who Care awards program, undated
519 2 Kids Who Cook, 1992
519 3 King summer interns, 1990
519 4 Kingian Nonviolence, Social Change, Christian Education, and Enrichment Summer Camp, 2004
519 5 King rally meeting, 1995
519 6 King, Rodney, verdict and SCLC statement, 1992
519 7 Kiswahili language instruction sheet, undated
519 8 Labor movement, 1992
519 9 Leadership International Nonviolent Coalition Get Out and Vote, 1992
519 10 League of Filipino Students, 1991
519 11 Letters of condolence, 1999-2000
519 12 Letters of recommendation, 1992-1995
519 13 Lewis, John, undated
519 14 Lighting the Torch of Conscience, National Pilgrimage for Abolition of the Death Penalty, 1989-1990 [See also Series 7: Department of Direct Action records]
519 15 List of victims of racial violence, circa 1991
519 16 Litany of Commemoration for the Founding of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, 2004
519 17 Long, Nia, 1993
519 18 Lovin' Kindness prop handlers, undated
519 19 "Macon Grows Flood Development Partnership: Six Action Steps for Christian Lay Leaders," circa 1994
519 20 Madison, Isaiah, 1989
519 21 Magazine topics, 1990
519 22 Mailing lists, undated
519 23 Mailing lists, 1984-2000
519 24 Mandela, Nelson, visit to Atlanta, Georgia, 1990
519 25 Manner of Grace: Children and Teen Etiquette, undated
519 26 March for Brotherhood and Sisterhood and Against Fear and Intimidation, Forsyth County, Georgia, 1987
519 27 March on Washington, 30th anniversary mobilization, 1993
519 28 March on Washington Thirty Year Performing and Visual Arts Anniversary Salute: 1963-1993, planning binder, 1992-1993
519 29 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, 1963
519 30 MARTA board of directors meeting, 1988
519 31 Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, undated
520 1 Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, 1987-1988
520 2 Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, 1989
520 3 Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, 1990-1991
520 4 Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, 1992-1996
520 5 Martin Luther King, Jr. Essay Competition, participant brief biographies, undated
520 6 Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday Commission, 1988-1989 [See also Series 7: Department of Direct Action records]
520 7 Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday Commission, National Information and Planning Conference, 1991
520 8 Martin Luther King, Jr. Georgia State Holiday Commission, 2002
520 9 Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Pilgrimage for Economic Justice, 1988
521 1 Martin Luther King, Jr. National Youth Assembly, 1992
521 2 Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholars Program, 1988
521 3 Mayor's Office of Youth Services, undated
521 4 McClenton Institute of Music Kick-Off Celebration, 6th annual, 1989
521 5 McMorris, Lammell, speech at Morehouse College, 2001
521 6 Media contact lists, undated
521 7 Media contact lists, circa 1992-1993
521 8 Media requests, 1993
521 9 Media relations proposal, 1995
521 10 Meeting agendas, undated
521 11 Meeting agendas, 1984-1999
521 12 Meeting minutes, undated
521 13 Meeting minutes, 1986-2004
521 14 Memoranda, undated
521 15 Memoranda, 1984-1992
521 16 Memoranda, 1993-1994
521 17 Memoranda, 1995-2004
521 18 Mental Health Protection and Advocacy Coalition, request for proposals, 1994
521 19 "Message to the Masses," undated
521 20 Metlife Survey of the American Teacher: Violence in America's Schools, 1994
521 21 Miami riots, 1989
521 22 Mike Dukakis for President, 1987
521 23 Milan Women's Prison, 1992-1994
521 24 Millenium Luncheon guest list, 2000
521 25 Miller, Kim, undated
521 26 Minimum wage lobby, circa 1987-1988
522 1 Minneapolis Black Achievers annual report to sponsors and friends, 1992
522 2 Miss African American Centric World Princess Education Pageant, 1994
522 3 Miss Bronze America of Atlanta Pageant, 1994
522 4 Miss North Central Georgia Scholarship Pageant, 1994
522 5 Miss Rhomania Scholarship Contest, 1988-1989
522 6 Mission statement, undated
522 7 M & M Philately, 1989-1991
522 8 Montessori Head Start, 1995
522 9 Montgomery Bus Boycott, 40th anniversary, and Montgomery Improvement Association, 1994-1995
522 10 Moore, Chanté, 1992
522 11 Morris Brown College Student Government Association, undated
522 12 Morton, Bernice S., undated
522 13 Mother's Day celebrations, 1994-1995
522 14 "Movement or Countermovement: Violence in America," 1992
522 15 Naming facility committee meeting, Lakeshore Elementary site, 1989
522 16 National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League, 1991-1994
522 17 National African-American Network against U. S. Intervention in the Gulf, 1991
522 18 National African Youth Student Alliance, circa 1986
522 19 National Assault on Illiteracy Program, 1990-1992
522 20 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Morehouse College Chapter, 1998
522 21 National Black Women's Health Project, undated
522 22 National Board Committee on Education, Training, and Youth, 1988
522 23 National Center for Human Rights Education, 2001
522 24 National Coalition on Black Voter Participation, 1994-1997
522 25 National Coalition on Racism in Sports and the Media, 1993
522 26 National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, 1994
522 27 National College and University Student Conference, 4th-5th annual, 1989-1991
522 28 National Collegiate Black Caucus, 1990
522 29 National Collegiate Black Caucus, Selma trip with SCLC, undated
522 30 National Commission on Youth and Student Affairs, 1997
522 31 National Conference of Christians and Jews, calendar of religious holidays and ethnic festivals, 1992-1994
522 32 National Conference on Black Philanthropy, 2nd Annual, 1999
522 33 National Conference on Black Student Retention in Higher Education, 2nd annual, circa 1986-1987
522 34 National Convention, undated
522 35 National Convention, 25th-30th annual, 1982-1987
522 36 National Convention, 31st annual, 1988
523 1 National Convention, 32nd annual, 1988-1989
523 2 National Convention, 33rd annual, 1990
523 3 National Convention, 34th annual, 1991 [1 of 2]
523 4 National Convention, 34th annual, 1991 [2 of 2]
523 5 National Convention, 35th annual, 1992, [1 of 2]
523 6 National Convention, 35th annual, 1992, [2 of 2]
523 7 National Convention, 36th-39th annual, 1993-1996
524 1 National Convention, 40th annual, 1997
524 2 National Convention, 41st-43rd annual, 1998-2001
524 3 National Convention, 44th-45th annual, 2002-2003
524 4 National Convention, 46th annual, 2004
524 5 National Convention of the Young Communist League, 4th annual, 1990
524 6 National Council of Negro Women, Black Family Reunion Celebration, 1989
524 7 National Council of Negro Women, Black Family Reunion Leadership Action Forum, 1987
524 8 National March and Rally for the Homeless, 1987-1988
524 9 National Minority Health Conference, 1990
524 10 National office phone directory, undated
524 11 National organizational charts, undated
524 12 National organizational charts, 2005
524 13 National Rainbow Coalition, circa 1987-1992
525 1 National Student Conference on the Death Penalty, 1989
525 2 National Student Conference on Voter Registration, circa 1982-1984
525 3 National Student and Youth Campaign for Peace in the Middle East, 1990-1991
525 4 National Teen Conference, 1989
525 5 National Urban League Conference, 1993
525 6 National Youth Coalition, 1990
525 7 National Youth Fitness Program, 1988-1989
525 8 National Youth, Militarism and Alternatives Conference meeting, 1988
525 9 Ndebele, Sibusiso and Sifiso Makhathini, itineraries, 1992
525 10 Neighbors Network, 1994
525 11 "New Albany Plan," alliance between SCLC and the Floyd County, Indiana Prosecutor's Office, circa 1998
525 12 New Birth Missionary Baptist Church First Debutante Cotillion, 1993
525 13 "New Compact for Learning: Improving Public Elementary, Middle, and Secondary Education Results in the 1990s," 1991
525 14 New York State Student Leader, 1990
525 15 "Nonviolence: An Alternative for Youth," 1990
525 16 Nonviolence training seminar, Brainerd High School, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1990-1992
525 17 Nonviolence training seminar, Cooley High School, Detroit Michigan, 1991
525 18 Nonviolence training workshops, circa 1990-1991
525 19 North American Youth Conference, 1994
525 20 Notes and notebooks, undated
526 1 Notes and notebooks, 1984-1986
526 2 Notes and notebooks, 1987 [1 of 4]
526 3 Notes and notebooks, 1987 [2 of 4]
526 4 Notes and notebooks, 1987 [3 of 4]
526 5 Notes and notebooks, 1987 [4 of 4]
526 6 Notes and notebooks, 1988 [1 of 3]
527 1 Notes and notebooks, 1988 [2 of 3]
527 2 Notes and notebooks, 1988 [3 of 3]
527 3 Notes and notebooks, 1989 [1 of 2]
527 4 Notes and notebooks, 1989 [2 of 2]
527 5 Notes and notebooks, 1990
527 6 Notes and notebooks, 1991
528 1 Notes and notebooks, 1992 [1 of 2]
528 2 Notes and notebooks, 1992 [2 of 2]
528 3 Notes and notebooks, 1993 [1 of 2]
528 4 Notes and notebooks, 1993 [2 of 2]
528 5 Notes and notebooks, 1994 [1 of 2]
528 6 Notes and notebooks, 1994 [2 of 2]
528 7 Notes and notebooks, 1995
529 1 Notes and notebooks, 1996-1997
529 2 No Vote, No Power: Youth and Student Forum, 1995
529 3 "Now That We have Registered to Vote, Where Do We Go From Here," undated
529 4 Ohio Black Expo, 11th annual, 1991
529 5 Operation Crossroads Africa, undated
529 6 Operation PUSH National Convention, 18th annual, circa 1987-1989
529 7 Operation PUSH National Convention, 23rd annual, 1994
529 8 Operations Guide to Project Spirit: An After-School, Saturday School, and Parent Education Program, 1989
529 9 Opposition to the Senate Budget Committee Vote to Increase Retirement Age, 1985
529 10 Organizing an investment club, undated
529 11 "Origin of AIDS," undated
529 12 Ormond, Rosemary and Brenda Davenport, "SCLC: Empowering Families and Youth on the Cutting Edge of Change in the 21st Century," undated
529 13 Pageant program, 2004
529 14 Panel discussions, "Changing the Culture: Root Causes of Violence and Jobs and Education: Getting It Together," undated
529 15 Panel profile, undated
529 16 "Parental Guide: New Teenage Driving Requirements, Georgia Department of Motor Vehicle Safety," circa 2002
529 17 Parent volunteer form, Frederick Douglass High School, undated
529 18 Parker, Goodwin Jo, "What is Poverty," 1965
529 19 Peace Development Fund, 1987-1995
529 20 Peace in the Middle East, 1990-1991
529 21 Peace Quest International, youth leadership program, 1992
529 22 Peace Studies Association, 1993
529 23 PeachCare for Kids, Georgia Department of Medical Assistance, undated
529 24 "People, A Journalistic Elevator Lifting the Consciousness of the Community," undated
529 25 Performing Artists against Drugs concert and benefit, 1990
529 26 Personnel policies, undated
529 27 Pickles, Patricia L., undated
529 28 Pinellas County Task Force against Racism in Education, Government, Housing and Law Enforcement, 1990
529 29 Planned Parenthood annual report, 1991
529 30 Planning meeting with black student organizations, circa 2001
529 31 Planning session for economic issues forum, 1989
529 32 "Please Help Warren McClesky" avoid the death penalty, circa 1991
529 33 Poems, undated
529 34 "Politics: Before and After the King Verdict," 1992
529 35 Poor Peoples' Crusade, 1986-1987 [See also Subseries 2.3: President Joseph E. Lowery files, Subseries 7.2: Department of Direct Action office files and Subseries 10.3: Poor People's Campaign records]
530 1 Porter, Patsy Y., recommendation for appointment to the Fulton County Superior Court, Atlanta Judicial Circuit, 1995-1996
530 2 "Prayers Can't Be Answered Unless They Are Prayed," undated
530 3 Pre-employment skills program, 2003
530 4 Presidential Classroom, 2003-2004
530 5 Preventing Children Having Children: A Meeting of Religious and Community Leaders, 1987
530 6 "Pride Within, The Lazarus Effect," undated
530 7 Principal Mutual Life Insurance Company Group Insurance Benefits, 1989
530 8 Printup, Donyale, student volunteer, 1988
530 9 Private Industry Council of Atlanta, 1987
530 10 Program about community service, Morehouse College, 1994
530 11 Project Alert language arts students, "Reflections of the Heart," 1993
530 12 Project Exposure, 1986
530 13 Project New Beginnings, undated
530 14 Project Peacemaker, youth and family survival plan, undated
530 15 Projects proposal, 1996
530 16 Proposal designed to eliminate homelessness, 1987
530 17 Proposal for computer instruction of SCLC staff, undated
530 18 "A Proposal for City Wide Church/Community Organizing for Crime and Drug Free Communities," 1991
530 19 Proposal for the National Miss SCLC Pageant, 1995
530 20 Proposal for nonviolent training program in Kimberly Court Housing area, undated
530 21 Proposal for youth outreach program, 1999
530 22 Proposed administrative activities, undated
530 23 Proposed plan for the restructuring of administrative and programmatic operations, 1992
530 24 Proposed process for the development of a training program, 1988
530 25 Proposed SCLC newsletter, 1988-1989
530 26 Protest against Ben Snipes, athletic director and coach of Dublin High School, 1989-1990
530 27 Pro-Vision, African-American Christian music group, 1993
530 28 Publix report summary, stores and management, 1993
530 29 Pugh, Thomas, field education, undated
530 30 Putting Women in Their Place...Beside Their Men, play, 1991-1992
530 31 Queen's International Modeling and Self Development Training Program, undated
530 32 Questionnaire for businesses marketing in black communities, undated
530 33 Quiz bowl, undated
530 34 Radio production seminar workbook, National Public Radio, 1981
530 35 Raise the Flag, 1995
530 36 Rap Fest and Battle of the D.J.'s: Battle against Drugs, 1988
530 37 Rap music, 1990-1991
530 38 Rap music and civil rights, 1988-1989
530 39 Rappin' and Mappin' for Our Future, undated
530 40 Rappin' for Our Future, 1986-1988
530 41 Reception, Black Enterprise and Kraft General Foods, 1991
530 42 Redeeming the Soul of America march, 1990
530 43 Reese, Lakeisha, circa 1993-1994
530 44 Regional Black Student Summit, 1st annual, 1986
531 1 Rental of the Atlanta Friends Meetinghouse, undated
531 2 Replacing Inequities in Schools with Excellence campaign, 2004
531 3 Report of in-school suspension programs, 1990
531 4 Reports, Student Affairs, undated
531 5 Reports, Student Affairs, 1985-1998
531 6 Republican National Committee Political Outreach Division, list of black Bush appointees, 1990
531 7 Reservation list for Milan trip, 1992
531 8 Resource guide for working with youth at risk, undated
531 9 Rider College minority student protest, 1989
531 10 Rites of Passage Curriculum for African-American Youth, 1991
531 11 Rites of Passage: Girls to Women, 1998
531 12 Rites of Passage training, 1999
531 13 Robertson, Miranda, student volunteer, 1989
531 14 Rock the Vote, 1995
531 15 Ron Brown-Paul Tully Institute for Political Action, 2000
531 16 Rosa and Raymond Parks Institute for Self Development, 1992-2000
531 17 Rosa and Raymond Parks Institute for Self Development, Pathways to Freedom, 1995
531 18 Rosa and Raymond Parks Institute for Self Development, Pathways to Freedom, 2000-2001
531 19 Rose, Moses "Ruggedd Mann," anti-drug programs, 1988-1989
531 20 Rules for practicing, drill and step team, undated
531 21 Safe Night United States of America Project, 1998
531 22 Salute to Atlanta's Freshman Class, 1992
531 23 Sammy Younge, Jr. Student Youth Organizing Project planning meeting, 1989
531 24 Sammy Younge, Jr. Voter Education Project, circa 1988
531 25 SAT prep course, circa 1991-1993
531 26 Savannah State College National Alumni Association, National Agenda Summit, 1990
531 27 Save Kids of Incarcerated Parents, 2004
532 1 Schedule of activities and programs, 1996
532 2 Scholarship information, 1984
532 3 SCLC awards, undated
532 4 SCLC Black Student Summit, 1986
532 5 SCLC Generation to Generation, play script, 1997
532 6 SCLC highlights, 1989-1990
532 7 SCLC historical sketches, undated
532 8 SCLC history on video project, 1988
532 9 SCLC network computer proposals, 1992
532 10 "SCLC Today: Still an Effective Force for Change," undated
532 11 SCLC/W.O.M.E.N. African American Heritage Tour, 8th annual, 1994
532 12 SCLC/W.O.M.E.N. National AIDS Program, 1987-1989
532 13 SCLC video presentation at the Democratic National Convention, 1988
532 14 SCLC Youth and Student Affairs, Greater Vine City Opportunities Program, and Project Redirection, 1996-1997
532 15 SCLC youth chapters highlights, undated
532 16 SCLC youth video group, circa 1993
532 17 Scholastic achievement, 1993
532 18 Script for play about SCLC, 1997
532 19 Seadrift Community planning meeting, undated
532 20 Selma to Montgomery March, 20th Anniversary, 1985
532 21 Selma to Montgomery March, 25th Anniversary, 1989
532 22 Selma to Montgomery March, 30th Anniversary, 1995 [1 of 2]
532 23 Selma to Montgomery March, 30th Anniversary, 1995 [2 of 2]
532 24 Selma to Montgomery March, 34th Anniversary, 1999
532 25 Selma to Montgomery March, 35th Anniversary, 2000
532 26 Serviceable Adaptable Beautiful United Program, undated
532 27 "Seven Steps to Establishing Agency-Based Voter Registration in Your School," Students Organizing Students, 1990
532 28 Shaw, Bernard, Ethel Payne Communications Award recipient, 1990
532 29 "Show Us the Money: An Update on the States' Allocation of the Tobacco Settlement Dollars," 2001
532 30 Sigma Bowl-a-thon Benefitting Scholarship Program, 1st annual, 1995
532 31 Sigma Gamma Rho Founder's Day, 1st annual, undated
532 32 Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, 1992-1999
532 33 Silkscreen print t-shirts, circa 1988-1989
532 34 Silver, L. Alpheus (Captain), funeral services, 1995
532 35 Sinikithemba HIV Positive Choir, 2004
532 36 Sisters in the Struggle for Survival, undated
532 37 Snyder, Mitch, "Champion of the Homeless Dies," 1990
532 38 Six Flags Over Texas outing consignment contract, 1994
532 39 "Spiritual Dimension in Victim Services," undated
532 40 Six month proposal plan to organize young people, 1982
532 41 Solidarity Day, 1991
533 1 Solidarity statement in support of Mumia Abu-Jamal, 1995
533 2 Someone You Should Know in Black America Program, circa 1989
533 3 Song list, undated
533 4 "Song of the Revolution," undated
533 5 South Africa, 1989-1990
533 6 South African International Nonviolence Education and Training Conference, 2000
533 7 Southern Association of Black Educators, 1989
533 8 Southern California Injury Prevention Research Center Project, 1995
533 9 Southern Christian Leadership Conference, "The Philosophy of Nonviolence and the Tactic of Nonviolent Resistance," undated
533 10 Southern Christian Leadership Conference and the Future Business Leaders of America of Kennedy Middle School Role Model Program, 1991
533 11 "Southern Conference Movement: A Struggle of Justice for Over Five Decades and a Vision for the 21st Century," 1989
533 12 Southern Organizing Committee for Economic Justice Youth Task Force, 1994
533 13 Special Audiences, Inc. application for services, 1995
533 14 Spelman College convocation, 1988
533 15 Spelman College Student Government Association, 1989-1990
533 16 Sponsors list, 2004
533 17 Staff birthday parties, 1989
533 18 Stand for Children, circa 1996-1997
533 19 Stanford University student delegation, undated
533 20 Stanton Elementary School 5th Grade Youth Advisory Group, undated
533 21 Starting and maintaining a youth chapter, undated
533 22 Statement on human rights abuses in Mississippi, undated
533 23 Statement of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference before the Senate Study Committee on School Discipline, 1998
533 24 Status of black Atlanta, 1993
533 25 Status of Health in DeKalb, small grants program application, undated
533 26 Steele, Charles Kenzie (C.K.), Jr., 2004
533 27 Stop the Killing, End the Violence campaign, undated [See also Subseries 10.9: Stop the Killing, End the Violence records]
533 28 Stop the Killing, End the Violence campaign, 1991-1993
533 29 Stop the Killing, End the Violence campaign, 1994-1995
533 30 Stop the Killing, End the Violence campaign, registration forms, undated
534 1 Student Awareness Day for Peace, 1987
534 2 Student Business Day, 1987-1990
534 3 Student Call to Washington, 1990-1991
534 4 Student Leadership Luncheon, 1988
534 5 Student Power Breakfast, 1990
534 6 Student Voice Prospectus, Student Voice, Inc., 1967
534 7 Student and Youth Coalition of Conscience, undated
534 8 Students for Peace in Communities Everywhere, undated
534 9 Students for Social Awareness, North Georgia College, undated
534 10 Students Skate for Change in the '90s, 1991
534 11 Study Tour of Korea, 1989
534 12 "Summary Report of Learning Center Student Dropouts by Sex, Age, and Grade, 1985-1986"
534 13 Summer at the Learning Tree, 2000
534 14 Summer Youth Commission, undated
534 15 Summer youth employment programs, 1981-1983
534 16 Summer youth employment programs, 1984
534 17 Summer youth employment programs, 1985
534 18 Summer youth employment programs, 1986
534 19 Summer youth employment programs, 1987
535 1 Summer youth employment programs, 1991-1997
535 2 Summer Youth Workshop, 6th annual, undated
535 3 Summit Conference of African American Religious Leaders, 1993
535 4 Swindoll, Charles, "Attitude," undated
535 5 Talent Fest, Talladega College, 1994
535 6 Talladega Community Youth Club, Inc., 1987
535 7 Tashan, circa 1989-1990
535 8 Task Force for the Homeless and Georgia Coalition to End Homelessness, 1989-1995
535 9 Task Force for the Preservation of Georgia Traditionally Black Colleges, 1990
535 10 Taste of Sweet Auburn Avenue Christmas Bazaar, 1993
535 11 Teaching guide to accompany a map of minorities and women in Congress, 1993
535 12 Team responsibilities, 1997
535 13 "Teenage Mothers and Teenage Fathers: The Impact of Early Childbearing on the Parents' Personal and Professional Lives," undated
535 14 "Teenage Pregnancy: Are You Ready for That Responsibility?, Discussion Guide," undated
535 15 Teen Conference: Liberation Lifestyles, 1986-1987
535 16 "Teens, Crime, and the Community: Education and Action," circa 1997-1999
535 17 Thank you card, kindergarten class, 1993-1994
535 18 Things to do lists, undated
535 19 Things to do lists, 1986-2001
535 20 Third world organizing, circa 1993
535 21 Thomas, "Able" Mable, 5th Congressional District candidate, 1992
535 22 Thomas, "Able" Mable and breast cancer awareness, undated
535 23 Thomas, Norman H., "Effective Mentoring Strategies," 1993
535 24 Tobacco Kills Campaign, circa 2002
535 25 Topics to be discussed in Virginia by youth, undated
535 26 Tours, unidentified
535 27 Tracking and Miseducation, 3rd annual summit, 1998
535 28 "Trailblazers and Torchbearers: Women in the Civil Rights Movement, 1941-1965," 1988
535 29 Trainers and facilitators explanation for the hypothetical situation exercises, undated
535 30 Training program, CPR, Heimlich maneuver, and fire prevention and safety, undated
535 31 Transcript of interview with Black Enterprises, undated
535 32 Transferring the Strain from One Support System to Another, counter active measures workshop, undated
535 33 Tri-County Teen Conference, 5th annual, 1997
535 34 Trip to Birmingham, Alabama, 1994
535 35 Trophy Hut, circa 2001
535 36 Truth and Justice Campaign action strategy and timeline, 2004
535 37 T-shirt sales, 1987-1988
535 38 Tuskegee University, 1987-1988
535 39 United Front for Political Empowerment and Economic Justice, undated
535 40 United Negro College Fund, 1986
535 41 United States Campaign to Stop the Use of Child Soldiers, 1998
535 42 United States Department of Justice Immigration and Naturalization Service, 1977-1991
535 43 United States Student Association, 1986-1987
535 44 United States Tennis Association National Junior Tennis League, 1987-1988
536 1 University of Georgia Chinese student vigil at the Martin Luther King, Jr. gravesite, 1989
536 2 Vanderbilt University Alternative Spring Break, 1995
536 3 Veterans of the Civil Rights Movement committee members, undated
536 4 Victims of critical conditions, undated
536 5 Victory Over Violence Program, undated
536 6 Vine City mentorship program, 1991
536 7 Vine City proposed organizing strategy, undated
536 8 Violence Free Zone Project, 1993-1994
536 9 Visions Unlimited, undated
536 10 Volunteer applications, 1994-1995
536 11 Volunteer forms, circa 1988-1990
536 12 Vote for a Change, 1989-1992
536 13 Voter Education Project report, "What Happened in the South," 1980
536 14 Voter empowerment rally, 2002
536 15 Voter registration, undated
536 16 Voter registration, 1985-1992
536 17 Voting projects, 2004-2005
536 18 Voting Rights Museum, 1994
536 19 Walden Middle School Project, Atlanta, Georgia, 1990-1994
536 20 Washington, Cheryle, undated
536 21 Weekly appointment book, 1986
536 22 West, Jesse, undated
536 23 Williams, Eddie, background paper on public policy issues, 1993
536 24 Williams, Faye, congressional candidate, 1985
536 25 "Will the Real You Please Stand Up?," undated
536 26 Wings of Hope, undated [See also Subseries 10.8: Wings of Hope Anti-Drug Program records]
536 27 Wings of Hope, 1989-1994
536 28 Winter retreat, 1998
536 29 Women and Minority Professional Organizations, 1991
536 30 "Women in the Civil Rights Movement" conference, 1988
536 31 Women of Color in the Workplace Organizing Conference, circa 1997
536 32 Women's History Month, undated
536 33 Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, 1996
537 1 Woodson, Carter G., undated
537 2 Workshop descriptions, 1999
537 3 World Festival of Youth and Students, 12th, 1984-1985
537 4 World Festival of Youth and Students, 13th, 1987-1989 [1 of 2]
537 5 World Festival of Youth and Students, 13th, 1987-1989 [2 of 2]
537 6 World Interdependence Fund, 1992
537 7 World of Difference Week, 1998
537 8 Writings, undated
537 9 Yale Law School job match pilot program, 1988-1989
537 10 "Yes, You Can: A Guide for Establishing Mentoring Programs to Prepare Youth for College," 1998
537 11 Young Communist League, 1993
537 12 Young Men of God, Praising God through Mime, undated
537 15 Youth Action Conference on Organizing Against Campus Racism, circa 1987
537 14 Youth Action Project, 1987
537 15 Youth activities and programs, undated
537 16 Youth activities and programs, 1988-1991
537 17 Youth activities and programs, 1992-1995
537 18 Youth activities and programs, 1996-1998
538 1 Youth activities and programs, 1999-2005
538 2 "Youth Against Destruction: Using Social Action in Education," undated
538 3 Youth and Nonviolence: A Performance Workshop Conducted by Peace Troupe, 1994-1995
538 4 Youth and poetry, circa 1967-1973
538 5 Youth and social action, undated
538 6 Youth and Student Affairs organizing manual, circa 1995-1996
538 7 Youth and Student Affairs project and program registration form, 1990
538 8 Youth awards, 1997
538 9 Youth conference, 1992-1993
538 10 Youth drill team, 1995
538 11 Youth Empowerment for Racial Justice program, 1989-1990
538 12 Youth empowerment forum and program, 1989-1991
538 13 Youth Empowerment Program at Alabama State University, 1985
538 14 Youth Empowerment Summit, 1991-1992
538 15 Youth Entrepreneurship: A Hands-on Training Seminar, 1991
538 16 Youth forum, undated
538 17 Youth Freshman and Senior Round-Up, 1991
538 18 Youth gang prevention program grant proposal, 1992
538 19 Youth graduates, 1992-1995
538 20 Youth issues, 1989
538 21 Youth Leadership Training Project, 21st Century, 1990-1991
538 22 Youth Organizer Community Leadership Workshop Series, 2004
538 23 Youth outreach workshops, implementation plan update, 1995
OP11 - Youth planning meeting outline, 1995
538 24 Youth Volunteer Reception, first annual, 1991
538 25 Youth Revival for Survival, 1986
538 26 Youth's Special Invitation, Southern Community and Labor Conference, 1991
538 27 Youth Task Force, Peace in the Streets, Unity in the Community campaign, 1994
538 28 Youth volunteer appreciation, 1991-1992
538 29 Youth voter education and participation, 1995
538 30 Youth/Young Adult Coalition against Violence, 1992
538 31 YWCA Teen Conference, 1993
538 32 Zeta Alpha Sigma meeting agenda, 1996
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