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Randolph Hollingsworth

Anne Braden Papers, 1920s-2006 - Finding Aid, UofL Archives - 0 views

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    How might we encourage our readers to go in to an archives and see the primary sources themselves instead of hoping everything they want is digitized and available online? Think how much of women's history is going unnoticed and becomes forgotten in genealr narratives about our history...
Randolph Hollingsworth

KY Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression - 0 views

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    This is the Louisville-based website for peace and justice activists in KY that also contains information about the mission and events of the KY chapter of the NAARPR (the national organization founded by Carl Braden and Angela Davis et al) - this loacl branch, according to Cate Fosl was Anne Braden's "central outlet for local activism" (p. 317 in SUBVERSIVE SOUTHERNER) from the 1970s on.
Randolph Hollingsworth

Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research - 0 views

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    Wonderful resources available here at the website for the UofL Anne Braden Institute - the Director is Dr. Cate Fosl who is joining us on Nov 18th with the AASRP Dialogues on Race session on Anne Braden.
Randolph Hollingsworth

Minutes, SCEF Board of Directors - 1963-04-26 - Norfolk, VA - inc Bradens - 0 views

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    Anne is part of the discussion about the rejection of SCEF from the Southern Inter-Agency Conference - and how they would handle the communications with their sponsoring organizations (YMCA and SNCC). Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission, "Minutes, SCEF Board of Directors," April 26, 1963, SCRID# 99-159-0-34-1-1-1ph, Series 2515: Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission Records, 1994-2006, Mississippi Department of Archives and History.
Randolph Hollingsworth

Southern Conference for Human Welfare/Educational Fund - Oral History Interviews at Ind... - 0 views

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    5 interviews with civil rights activists in the early 1980s (Anne Braden, Virginia Foster Durr, Amelia Robinson, Fred Shuttlesworth, Frederick Palmer Weber) who discuss their involvement in the Southern Conference for Human Welfare/Educational Fund. Some of the main topics include segregation, poverty, legislation, and poll taxes. (Audiotapes, transcripts, and collateral materials housed in Weatherly Hall North, Room 122. Copies are also housed at the Indiana University Archives in Herman B Wells Library E460.) Braden interview by Linda Reed is 35 pages (90 minutes) - describes the disenfranchisement of Depression Era South and need for worker, economic and civil rights for Black Americans; discusses Congress of Industrial Organizations, House Un-American Activities Committee, Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee, Southern Christian Leadership Conference as well as the structure of the SCEF and the Southern Patriot.
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