Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
The Advocates for Latino Students Advancement in Michigan Education records consist of bylaws, meeting minutes, correspondence, reports, promotional materials, and ephemera from both the predecessor organization College Recruitment Association for Hispanics (CRAH) and Advocates for Latino Students Advancement in Michigan Education (ALSAME).
African social life and religious pamphlets are represented from Burkina Faso, Nigeria, Kenya, Mali, Rwanda, and Sierra Leon. Topics of the pamphlets frequently address Christianity, public health, elections, and education.
The African sport grey literature collection consists of issues of sports magazines, news clippings, photocopies, and fliers relating to soccer (football), boxing, and dancing.
The Anti-Apartheid collection consists of pamphlets, fliers, theatre programs, newsclippings, single issues of periodicals, and reports which summarize human rights violations commited by South African Apartheid and initiatives within the Unites States to condemn and divest from Apartheid.
The Henry Lieberg papers contain reports, mailings, brochures, meeting notes, and photographs relating to activism against South African exports of coal and Rhodesia exports of chrome.
The HIV/AIDS grey literature collection consists of news bulletins, reports, and public health educational materials.
The Penny Gardner papers contain correspondence, photographs, clippings, pamphlets, t-shirts, and other ephemera relating to Gardner's activism on behalf of the Lesbian/LGBTQ+ community, including records documenting her participation in the 1991 Ride for Reproductive Freedom, her leadership within the Council on Aging, and other organizations.
The Stuart N. Dowty and Janet Goldwasser collection consists of radical materials dating between 1960-2004. The material ranges from the Detroit coalition to end the war in Vietnam, the Black Panthers, local communist union, labor unions, draft resistance, and youth culture. The collection includes pamphlets, newspapers, newsletters, leaflets, magazines, and flyers.
The collection contains leaflets, newspapers clippings, pamphlets, and photographs created by Students for a Democratic Society, Weathermen, and Prairie Fire and pertain to the politics and activities of those groups. Topics include Vietnam War protests, women's rights, anti-imperialism, and other topics. A large proportion of the materials relate specifically to the presence of the SDS at Michigan State University and surrounding Michigan universities.