Color photograph of Septima P. Clark standing by a fence. Inscribed on back: "Septima Clark. Author of "Echo in My Soul" friend who showed me John's Island, S.C. Dec 7, 1971. Standing in fringe of home where land where she boarded is–now abandoned but owned–"
Invitation to the Blacks United For Action, Inc.'s first annual Community Development and Voter Education Workshop held at the Penn Community Center, April 16-18, 1971. Includes a description of the organization with goals and its economic, educational, and political programs.
Sample Official Ballot for the Special General Election for the First Congressional District, Charleston County featuring Mendel Davis (Democrat), James B. Edwards (Republican) and Victoria DeLee (United Citizens' Party).
Typescript letter from Septima P. Clark and R. R. Woods to the "Director and Staff of the Salvation Army and Others" for giving gifts to the children at the Wallingford United Presbyterian Church's Kindergarten and Child Care Center.
First Annual Community Development and Voter Education Workshop for Blacks United for Action, Inc. held at Penn Community Center. "Bluepring For Action in the 70's. Rights Responsibilities and Respect" was the theme. Includes schedule of events taking place from April 16-18 and directions to the venue.
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