Found in 816 Collections and/or Records:
Miscellaneous pamphlets concerning YWCA work with African Americans as well as general issues surrounding race and discrimination in the United States. Included here are pamphlets addressing the Christian duty to problems of racism, an overview of YWCA work with African American women and girls, suggestions and advice for fighting racism and segregation, and more. This microdex contains pamphlets arranged alphabetically by title T through Z.
Documents concerning YWCA of the U.S.A. work with African American women and girls. Materials include demographic data, discussion and conference notes, descriptions of racism and discrimination in the United States, overviews of YWCA of the U.S.A. work with African American girls and women and more.
Miscellaneous pamphlets concerning YWCA work with African Americans as well as issues surrounding race and discrimination. Several pamphlets are attributed to Dorothy Height. This microdex contains pamphlets arranged alphabetically by title A through S.
Red Cross volunteer, Vietnam War. Copies of letters from Vietnam; Red Cross material, photographs; and videotapes re: Vietnam .
Judith (Judy) Gail Weiner Waxman: A Classic Story of A Female Member of the Baby Boomer Generation compiled by Judy Waxman
Judith (Judy) Gail Waxman (b. 1947) was a lawyer whose career focused on advocating for women’s health. The collection was organized by Waxman in the format of a memoir, with written narration by Waxman interspersed amongst the material. Material primarily centers around Waxman’s professional activities and most prominently features photographs, pamphlets, correspondence, and images of professional ephemera.
Birth control advocate; Pacifist; and Feminist. Papers include correspondence, mostly from Margaret Sanger; pamphlets on birth control and other topics; a thesis on Rublee and Sanger correspondence by Jane Bowers (1994); photographs; and glass slides used for protesting World War I.
Reports, correspondence and administrative records concerning the YWCA of Owensboro, Kentucky and correspondence and reports concerning efforts to organize an association in Paducah as they face some financial and leadership challenges.
Kristina Kiehl is an organizer in the women's movement. Her papers consist of Partisan Project pamphlets, several pro-Kerry/anti-Bush fliers, a poster signed by Gloria Steinem, a packet of logistical information for a Gloria Steinem tour, personal and professional papers (much related to Kiehl's work with Voters for Choice), material related to her good friends and colleagues Wilma Mankiller and Gloria Steinem, A/V material, memorabilia, external hard drives, and four CD-Roms.