NAACP Region V, Southeast Regional Office document entitled, "Crusade for Economic Dignity," a Special Fund Raising Campaign for the year 1981 including information on Region V organization and structure, an implementation strategy, timetable, and affiliated organizations.
Photocopy of transcript of talk given by Bernice Robinson regarding Citizenship Training Schools at a workshop on "Using the GED as a Vehicle for Community and Labor Education" at the Highlander Center.
NAACP V Southeast Region Newsletter including a "Statement by Dr. Hooks on the Election of Gov. Bill Clinton to the Presidency," 1992 Youth Council Annual Elections, a poem by Alethea Bonello, a "State of the State Address," and other NAACP related information and news items.
Working copy of Mark Rosenman's Civil Rights Multi-Media History Project draft including a summary, introduction, statement of problem, proposed development program, operation and methodology, supplemental functions, and final statement.
Draft of project proposal entitled, "Civil Rights Learning Resource Development Project," written by Bernice Robinson including sections on background, method and procedure, and procedural phases and time frame.
Court documentation for the case of Angela Davis versus John V. Lindsay, Mayor of the City of New York, for the purpose of relieving the plaintiff of the "dangerous and intolerable prison conditions in the Women's House of Detention of the City of New York and from imposing special conditions of solitude."
Student Organization for Black Unity reprint of writing entitled, "Ideological Manifesto of the Pan-African Students Organization in the Americas," providing information on "The International Scene," and "The African Situation," "PASOA Program."
Student Organization for Black Unity writing entitled, "Ideological Paper," including sections regarding a world view, identity and nationalism, capitalism, monopoly and imperialism, and "capitalism, black nationalism, black folks, white folks."
Salt-glazed border tiles made from kiln-fired red clay, used to line walkways and gardens. Made by slave labor on a plantation near Hickory Hill, South Carolina. Four tiles exist in the collection, two of each shown here.
Letter from Jerome D. Franson, Georgia College Assistant Professor of Education, to Bernice Robinson regarding his research on the Highlander Folk Schools' Sea Islands citizens projects. Enclosed dissertation proposal.
Multiple views of a circular, flat sweetgrass basket with a handle made of pine needles wrapped in palmetto leaves; basket contains accents of pine needles throughout and artist has incorporated decorative pine knots; center of basket contains a combination of sweetgrass, pine needles, and bulrush, sewn with palmetto leaf; label on back reads "HAND MADE BY Ida Mae Bennett."
Oval sweetgrass basket with seven sets of pine knots (called "love knots") which are visible only from the outside; basket is accented with rows of pine needle; also contains bulrush; sewn with palmetto leaf; bottom reads "Anne Scott 2006."
Front and interior views of a coiled basked made of sweetgrass, pine needle, and bulrush, sewn with palmetto leaf. Domed lid has a knob and is decorated with pine knots. Lid is connected by a hinge on one side and contains a protruding piece that fits into a loop on the other side, securing it when closed.
First draft and working copy of Mark Rosenman's Civil Rights Multi-Media History Project Outline for Development Proposal including a summary statement, introduction, statement of problem, proposed development program, operation and methodology, and spin-off potential.
Multiple views of a sweetgrass sewing basket with handles on a pedestal base; lid has open nipple and is decorated with six pine knots; basket contains some rows of pine needles and is sewn with palmetto leaves.
Agenda Item 24 for the twenty-second session of the United Nations General Assembly, providing a "statement made by Mr. James Forman, International Affairs Director, Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), at the 1721st meeting of the Fourth Committee on 17 November 1967."
Smoothly finished art pottery piece with predominantly orange and green coloration. Heart-shaped jar, orange with green and black spots. Smooth finish. Jar stopper designed as a woman without facial features wearing a gele (headtie) and two green earrings.
Framed oil portrait of Thomas Miller, African American lawyer, politician, and educator who was a South Carolina legislator, member of the U.S. House of Representatives, and first President of South Carolina State College (formerly the Colored Normal Industrial Agricultural and Mechanical College of South Carolina).
Untitled oil painting depicting a sailing vessel led by a tugboat. A buoy appears in the forefront and a city is visible in the background. Back of framed image reads "To our Friends The Sanfords; Xmas 1927; Elise and Teddy Harleston."