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Racism -- United States.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Educators Against Racism and Apartheid records

Identifier: MSS 291 large
Scope and Contents

The Educators Against Racism and Apartheid records includes original and copied correspondence (for example with Oliver Tambo and young American children from the 1980s, and to President Reagan), organization publications (such as Apartheid Is Wrong: A Curriculum for Young People, and its Newsletter), anti-apartheid petitions, filmstrip, flyers, buttons, photographs, and videocassettes of sponsored events and performances (including a children's play and a school class) from 1990 to 1993.

Dates: 1985-1994

Julian Bond, 1968-11-01

 Item — Box 5080, Reel: 20
Scope and Contents As part of the Associated Students of MSU's Great Issues series on "New Politics", American social activist, leader in the Civil Rights Movement, and member of the Georgia House of Representatives Julian Bond speaks at the MSU Auditorium. Quoting from the poetry of Jane Stembridge and the words of W.E.B. DuBois and Frederick Douglass, Bond urges young people to leave their campuses, hit the streets and radicalize their peers. In front of an audience of about...
Dates: 1968-11-01