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1946 May

Prairie View State Normal and Industrial College (Prairie View, Tex.)

Prairie View University newsletter

Prairie View (Tex.) - May issue of the College's staff newsletter, providing the spring/summer academic calendar, required programming at the library, workshops, and other campus happenings, and Principal W. R. Banks's introduction and acclaim of President-Elect Edward B. Evans.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1954 May 18

Council on African Affairs

Spotlight on Africa

New York (N.Y.) - Contains articles on "Africa after World War II," "Nature of Colonialism," "To Free Black Labor" "Churchill ducks a straight answer to Malan" and passages from an address by W. E. B. Du Bois at the Working Conference in Support of African Liberation, sponsored by the Council on African Affairs in NYC on April 24, 1954.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1942 Nov.

DuBois, Rachel Davis

November 1942 newsletter

New York (N.Y.) - Concerning issues such as : "current readings in the field of Intercultural Relations," "the Pacific Coast evacuation problem," "discrimination against Negroes," and the "undemocratic poll tax."

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1992 Sept. – 1992 Nov.

National Association for Rights Protection and Advocacy (U.S.)

The Rights Tenet 1992 Fall

Minneapolis (Minn.) - Includes: Mary Olympia, "'Alternatives as answers' in the heart of America"; Peter R. Breggin, "Update on the 'violence initiative'"; Lynne Duke, "NIH holds up subsidy for crime, genetics conference"; Paul P. Freddolino, "Family, consumer, and advocate perspectives"; Betty Blaska, "Found in an adult patient psychiatric handbook."

Tom Behrendt Collection

1989 Dec. –

National Association for Rights Protection and Advocacy (U.S.)

The Rights Tenet 1989 Dec.

Minneapolis (Minn.) - Includes: Andrea K. Blanch, Paul J. Carlin, and Priscilla Ridgway, "Implementing a supported housing approach"; "1989 NARPA Conference"; Sandra Everett, "Electroshock: the nightmare."

Tom Behrendt Collection

1946 June

Independent Citizens Committee for the Arts, Sciences and Professions

Independent Citizens' Committee of the Arts, Sciences and Professions newsletter

New York (N.Y.) - Providing the history of their first eighteen months.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1990 Mar. –

National Association for Rights Protection and Advocacy (U.S.)

The Rights Tenet 1990 Mar.

Minneapolis (Minn.) - Includes: Peter Breggin, "The scapegoating of American children"; "A new coalition for psychiatric liberation"; M. Renee Bostick, "NARPA asks for more P&A funding, access to records; Congress says no"; Mary Olympia, "Some days advocacy feels like hop, skip and trip."

Tom Behrendt Collection

1997 June – 1997 Aug.

National Association for Rights Protection and Advocacy (U.S.)

The Rights Tenet 1997 Summer

St. Paul (Minn.) - Includes: "1997 conference: planning in full swing"; Jennifer Byron, "I am a survivor!"; David H. Jacobs, "Findings from interviews with people formerly treated with psychiatric medications"; Rae Unzicker, "Mental health advocacy, from then to now"; "Jury awards $1.3 million in Tardive Diskinesia case"; Gregg Ochoa, "DMH names director of consumer affairs"; Bill Johnson... more

Tom Behrendt Collection

1948 Sept.

United Nations

Newsletter

Lake Success (N.Y.) - Volume 1, Number 5, of the Organization's monthly newsletter, describing "World's Problems Before General Assembly"; summarizing its recent activities in the fields of economics, budget, banking, refugees, health, narcotics, and music; advertising various publications and forthcoming conferences; and providing information on the bulletin's publication and ordering information.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1990 Dec. – 1991 Feb.

National Association for Rights Protection and Advocacy (U.S.)

The Rights Tenet 1991 Winter

Minneapolis (Minn.) - Includes: Paul Freddolino, "1990 NARPA conference goes international"; Leonard Roy Frank, "The Center for the Study of Psychiatry feature report: San Francisco puts electroshock on public trial"; "Drug lawsuit, drug companies, make Minnesota news"; Mary Olympia, "Editorial: the family of NARPA."

Tom Behrendt Collection