Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Lessons of the Sixties: A history of local Washington, DC activism for peace and justice from 1960-1975: James G. Stockard papers
Abstract Lessons of the Sixties is an organization dedicated to documenting the efforts and lessons learned by local DC Metropolitan Area activists, students, organizers and those who dreamed of building a better world through new ideas, political advocacy, local organization building, and other means in the years 1960-1975. Since 2010, the Institute for Policy Studies has served as the organizational home for the Lessons of the 60s providing office space and infrastructural support. Since 2010 the...
Scope and Contents This collection documents the many divisions of the NEA. The collection contains twenty series reflecting organizational bodies and their records. The fourteen series are:Accounts/Administration, Adult Education, Educational Technology, Employee Relations, Field Operations/Services, Human and Civil Rights, Instruction and Professional Development, Legislation and Federal Relations, Member and Affiliate Relations, Office of Internation Relations, Office of Professional Development...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Abstract The George Washington University Oral History Program was begun by Mary Jo Deering and others in the early 1970s. Since that time, oral histories have been conducted by a number of individuals and projects represented in this collection. This collection consists primarily of oral histories conducted by or about George Washington University, although it also contains administrative files related to the oral history programs, and a significant amount of documentary material on school...
This collection contains written speeches and testimony, correspondence, subject files, legal documents, and publications that William L. Taylor gathered and created during his career as a civil rights attorney between 1954 and 2009.