Photocopy of handwritten correspondence from Bernice Robinson to Elaine Nichols, Guest Curator for South Carolina State Museum, to Bernice Robinson regarding details about Robinson's lecture as part of the Education Department's lunchtime seminars on African-American culture. Enclosed handwritten discussion of lecture topic entitled, "Political Education/Working With Blacks in Rural South Carolina/Political Education."
Correspondence from Elaine Nichols, Guest Curator for South Carolina State Museum, to Bernice Robinson regarding her being a guest lecturer for the Education Department's lunchtime seminars on African-American culture.
Correspondence from Beth A. Broadway, Assistant Director of Field Services for Literacy Volunteers of America (LVA), to Bernice Robinson following up Robinson's keynote address to the national LVA conference.
Letter from George Hagenauer of the Literacy Volunteers of Chicago, Inc. to Bernice Robinson regarding the potential of her being a keynote speaker at the Literacy Volunteers of Chicago's upcoming annual conference.
Correspondence from C. Beatriz Lopez-Flores, Director, and Kathie Olsen, Assistant of University of California, Women's Center, to Bernice Robinson officially thanking her for her presentation in Santa Cruz. Includes attached film flyer for the Highlander film entitled, "You've Got To Move."
Correspondence from R. A. Harper, U.S. Navy Lieutenant, to Bernice Robinson regarding the non-profit organization, People Aiding People, asking for her assistance with the Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration and Recognition service.
Correspondence from Stephanie Smith, Director and Conference Coordinator for Reading for Life Adult Literacy Program, to Bernice Robinson thanking her for her presence at the Central Coast Literacy Conference.
Central Coast Literacy Conference program held at Cabrillo College entitled, "Focus on Citizenship: Parenthood, Employment, Participation," including a statement of purpose, steering committee list, likely participants, and topics for discussion and presentation.
South Carolina Committee for the Humanities (SCCH) publication covering a variety of issues including funded projects, newly elected SCCH members, project calendar, workshops, and other related activities. Addressed to Bernice V. Robinson.
Charleston Museum exhibit publication entitled, "South Carolina Voices of the Civil Rights Movement: A Conference on the History of the Civil Rights Movement in South Carolina, 1940-1970," on the occasion of the opening of an exhibit entitled, "We'll Never Turn Back," a Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibit.