Found in 44 Collections and/or Records:
The records of the American Veterans Committee document the organization's 60-year history advocating for peace and social justice. This collection contains a wide variety of formats, including correspondence, minutes, newspapers and newsletters, programs, official statements and testimonies, reports, membership data, legal documents, financial statements, photographs, audio reels, and artifacts.
This collection consists of snapshots taken from 20 websites operated by or affiliated with the National Education Association and archived. The websites were selected because they are affiliated with the NEA, either operated by the Association or on behalf of NEA leadership.
This collection consists of snapshots taken from 20 websites operated by or affiliated with the National Education Association and archived. The websites were selected because they are affiliated with the NEA, either operated by the Association or on behalf of NEA leadership. Individual websites have been organized into 7 groups which reflect the purpose or intended audience of the original website.
The following URLs were harvested as part of this collection: edadvocacy.nea.org/archives, neamb.com, neablackcaucus.org, neahispaniccaucus.org, nea-apic.com, teacherleadershipinstitute.org, neawomenscaucus.com, nea-glbtc.org, priorityschools.org, myschoolmyvoice.nea.org, healthyfutures.nea.org, edadvocacy.nea.org, nea.org, neaacademy.org, lilysblackboard.org, educationvotes.nea.org, teacherleadershipinitiative.org, neahealthyfutures.org, neatoday.org, and neamb.com
Collection contains papers, images, sound recordings, and memorabilia related to various social issues, including the Vietnam War, civil rights, women's rights, poverty, communism, and the environment. The material dates from 1959-86, and documents protest activities in the Washington, DC area and other parts of the United States.
Collection consists of flyers, leaflets, and pamphlets documenting the war in Indochina, welfare, politics, humanitarian aid, civil rights, and The George Washington University administrative actions between 1965 and 1980.