Memorandum from Charles S. Chandler, Director of the South Carolina White House Conference on Handicapped Individuals,to Study Group Leadership Members regarding suggested study group procedures. Includes "Regional Forum Suggested Group Discussion Format and Time Table," "Issue Reporting Form," "Discussion Topics," and "Regional Forum Program."
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.
The State of South Carolina in the Supreme Court appeal from Charleston County Court of General Sessions, the Honorable Rodney A. Peeples, Presiding Judge, State of South Carolina vs. Robert Lee Smith, Brief of Appellant.
Penn Community Services' "Statement of Penn's Board Committees," wherein the author lists "the concepts that [he] understood and have been operating from as it relates to the functions of committees in the past."
Typescript chapter from The Atrocity of Education entitled, "Preparation for Democratic Citizenship" by Arthur Pearl where the author argues that the school rather than generating respect for the democratic institutions does the opposite.
Document written on behalf of Penn Community Services describing the organization's "dedication to the growth and development of the Black community" in addition to its geographical setting, history, programs, leadership, and flexibility.
Typewritten essay by Septima P. Clark describing specific incidents that made the decade of 1955 to 1968 fabulous, including Rosa Park's education at the Highlander Folk School, Dr. Martin Luther King's influence in Selma, Alabama, and issues regarding social psychology of the American power structure.
Handwritten essay by Septima P. Clark describing specific incidents that made the decade of 1955 to 1968 fabulous, including Rosa Park's education at the Highlander Folk School, Dr. Martin Luther King's influence in Selma, Alabama, and issues regarding social psychology of the American power structure.
Typescript of a script to a theatrical work written by Eugene C. Hunt entitled, "A Journey In Faith and Courage. The Story of the Coming Street Y.W.C.A." The story takes place in Charleston, South Carolina around 1910.
A document entitled, "A Proposal For Historic Building Restoration Project," submitted by John Buffington, Executive Director of Penn Community Services, submitted to Office of the Governer of South Carolina, Manpoower Division.
Handwritten essay "regarding the need to address inequalities shared by all disadvantaged Americans, white and black. There is an audio tape of Clark giving this talk at Antioch College in 1000-15-10."
Comprehensive Manpower Program Staff Cost Backup and Budget Summary for the Historic Building Restoration program of Penn Community Services, listing position titles and salaries, timetable, tools and equipment for renovation project.
Typescript copy of report entitled, "The Sea Islands as a Cultural Resource" discussing the rich African-American cultural heritage of what is known as the "Sea Islands" or "Gullah Area," consisting of approximately 1,000 islands ranging from the area slightly north of Georgetown, South Carolina to the Florida border.
Scrapbook pages made of pink construction paper with a decorative vine theme, leaves made of green construction paper. Media types include photographs, newspaper clippings, typescript pages, correspondence, and invitations. All dated material generated in the 1970s.
Typescript copy of essay entitled, "Syrup and Hyssop. On T. Thomas Fortune" by J. Herman Blake about Timothy Thomas Fortune, a man born a slave in Florida in 1856 who wrote famed "Black and White" which was published in 1884.