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Abstract Collection contains correspondence, brochures, videos, films, photographs, newspaper articles, financial records, speeches, and invitations from 1971-1996 relating to the work of homeless rights activist Carol Fennelly and Mitch Snyder as part of the Community for Creative Non-Violence (CCNV).
Abstract Collection contains correspondence, reports, photographs, articles, flyers, and court documents. The material dates from 1971-86. The collection includes material typical of an organization especially one involved with promoting itself and the issues it found most compelling. A good portion of the material in this collection appear to have served as publicity for the work done by the Community for Creative Non-violence (CCNV) including newspaper articles about the group and form letters they...
Abstract Mitch Snyder (1943-1990) was a radical Catholic, advocate for the rights of homeless people, and leader of the Community for Creative Non-Violence (CCNV) in Washington, D.C. CCNV began as an anti-war group and became an advocacy group for the homeless. The largest part of the collection, Series I, 1970-1972, concerns Snyder’s prison term during which he became a radical Catholic and non-violent social activist. Contains a diary kept by Snyder, correspondence with his sister Roberta Peters and...