Family Service Association of America document entitled, "Statement on Welfare Reform" submitted to Welform Reform Subcommittee of Committee on Agriculture, Committee on Education and Labor, Committee on Ways and Means, and U.S. House of Representatives.
Photocopy of United States Commission on Civil Rights published document regarding open hearing procedures and the guidelines for the process of planning, executing, writing, release, followup, and major legal considerations by which they should be organized.
Letter from Arthur S. Flemming, Chairman of United States Commission on Civil Rights, to State Advisory Committee members with enclosed Commission statement on the Supreme Court's decision in "Regents of the University of California v. Bakke."
Letter and attached report written by ? of Planning And Management Assistance Project addressed to J. Herman Blake of Penn Community Services. The report provides an overview of Penn Community Services as of April 1978 with regard to the overall function of the organization, its financial situation, and recommendations moving forward. Attachements include statistics on foundation support, current fund monthly expenditures, and a directory to the Penn Board of Directors, 1979-81.
Typescript speech by Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, National President for Operation PUSH (People United to Save Humanity) delivered to the Republican National Committee, discussing "political enfranchisement," "political power," "political program," and "beyond partisan politics."
The Black Women's Community Development Foundation's 1973 Annual Report. Contents include Social Development: Criminal Justice, International Development, Educational and Personal Development, Communications, Fundraising Efforts, Operation Shoestring'Poverty But Progress, the BWCDF Board of Directors, and Staff information.
"Binding Ties" Vol. 1 No. 1, January 1973 publication by the Black Women's Community Development Foundation discussing the Juvenile Justice Project, Black Women in the News, Community Development, and organizational information. Addressed to Septima P. Clark.
"Binding Ties" Vol. 2 No. 1, January 1974 publication by the Black Women's Community Development Foundation discussing the Juvenile Justice Project, news from throughout the United States, and organizational information.
Photocopy of instructions manual regarding the Organization of the United States Commission on Civil Rights wherein the purpose, organizational designations, commissioners, office of the staff director, office of federal Civil Rights evaluation, office of general council, office of management, office of national civil rights issues, office of program and policy review, office of research, regional offices, office of age discrimination program, office organization, and organization chart are discussed.
Paper entitled, "Middle Aged and Aging Black Women: Preliminary Selected Findings of a Survey Research in an Urban Setting" presented at the National Caucus on Black Aging in Washington D.C. on April 14, 1975.
The Association of American Colleges' publication entitled, "On Campus With Women," Number 12 containing information on Title IX, affirmative action and employment, coeducating and admissions, education of women, minority women, and sports.
Factsheet published by U.S. Department of Labor Employment Standards Administration entitled, "Facts on Women Workers of Minority Races" wherein topics including Labor Force Participation, Unemployment, Marital Status, Women Heads of Families, Working Mothers, Children of Working Mothers, Education, Employment Status of Dropouts, Occupations, Full-Time and Full-Year Workers, Earnings, and related statistics are discussed.
The Association of American Colleges' subscriber package including letter from Director Bernice Sandler, article entitled, "Trends in Female Degree Recipients," and publication entitled, "On Campus With Women," Number 14 containing Title IX bulletin, affirmative action and employment, coeducating and admissions, education of women, and minority women.
The Association of American Colleges' subscriber package including letter from Director Bernice Sandler and publication entitled, "On Campus With Women," Number 10 containing information on affirmative action and employment, education of women, sports, minority women, military and ROTC, and women's studies resources.
Photocopy of memorandum from Lawrence B. Glick, Acting General Councel, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights to I. T. Creswell, Assistant Staff Director, OFO, U.S. Commission on Civil rights regarding the Federal Advisory Committee ACT (FACA) and State Advisory Committee (SAC) Meetings.
The Association of American Colleges' subscriber package including letter from Director Bernice Sandler and publication entitled, "On Campus With Women," Number 14 containing Title IX bulletin, affirmative action and employment, coeducating and admissions, education of women, and minority women.
Correspondence from Septima P. Clark to Strom Thurmond, South Carolina State Senator, thanking Thurmond for his contributions and calling on him for assistance with the Cooper River Waterfront Redevelopment.
Letter from Eddie N. Williams of Joint Center for Political Studies informing "Black Elected Official" that a personal copy of 1975 edition of the National Roster of Black Elected Officials and that the recipient's leadership movements are commendable amongst the Joint Center's census of black officials.
Photocopy of memorandum regarding P.L. 93-579, The Privacy Act of 1974 with english and spanish copies of documents entitled, "The Privacy Act of 1974: Information Collected By Or For The State Advisory Committees To The U.S. Commision On Civil Rights."
Article entitled, "Partial List of Actions Institutions Must Take Under Title IX" highlighting some of the specific actions that must be taken in order to comply with the Education Amendements of 1972 which prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in all federally funded education programs.
Typescript letter from Margaret Price from the Office of Women's Activities of the Democratic National Committee regarding the "Lady Bird Special" whistle-stop tour of the south, including an attached schedule of stations stops.
Letter from Charlene Haykel to Septima P. Clark regarding the recipient's agreement to become a member of a panel at the Conference on Administrative Obstacles to the League of Women Voters Education Fund.
Memorandum from Courtney Siceloff, Equal Opportunity Specialist, Southern Regional Office to the United States Commission on Civil Rights to members of South Carolina State Advisory Committee about their appointment. Enclosed personal letter to Septima P. Clark and list of the full Committee.
Photocopy of memorandum from Lawrence B. Glick, Acting General Councel, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights to I. T. Creswell, Assistant Staff Director, OFO, U.S. Commission on Civil rights regarding alternative activities of State Advisory Committees.
League of Women Voters Education Fund's Election Systems Project publication entitled, "Communique," Pub. No. 245, Number 4, January 1973, wherein short news stories from around the country regarding voting issues are discussed.
Photocopy of document entitled, "Alternatives/Supplements to SAC Reports" wherein SAC surveys or investigative reports, SAC position papers, SAC member commentaries, and report summaries to be released simultaneously with SAC reports are discussed.
Photocopy of memorandum from Lawrence B. Glick, Acting General Councel, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights to I. T. Creswell, Assistant Staff Director, OFO, U.S. Commission on Civil rights regarding legal foundations of State Advisory Committee operations.
Letter from United States Senator Edward W. Brooke to Jean Fairfax thanking her telegram regarding "the tragedy of Sahel," a large portion of the Sahara Desert in Africa whose inhabitants are sick and hungry due to drought and other factors.
Letter from Inez Reid to Signers of the Telegram Concerning The African Famine informing the recipients of the activities that have taken place since the telegram was sent. Telegram included as attachement to the letter.
Correspondence from Jimmy Carter to Septima Clark regarding participation in White House ceremonies sponsored by the National Caucus on the Black Aged in honor of Clark's outstanding contributions in the field of Human Services.
Handwritten correspondence from Septima P. Clark to Strom Thurmond, South Carolina State Senator, thanking Thurmond for his acknowledgement of Clark being named as The H. Council Trenholm Memorial Award winner.
Correspondence from Virginia Kinnaird, National Education Association of the United States Headquarters Contact, to Septima P. Clark regarding an information request regarding "the dismissal of teachers in Charleston, South Carolina."
Correspondence from Ernest F. Hollings, South Carolina State Senator, to Septima Clark regarding Clark's name being submitted "to the Inaugural Committee to receive the Official Souvenir Invitation for the 1977 inauguration of President-elect Jimmy Carter."