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1928 Apr. 13

Fellowship of Reconciliation (U.S.)

Letter from Fellowship of Reconciliation to W. E. B. Du Bois

New York (N.Y.) - Concerning a meeting on the United States Policy in Nicaragua. Signed by George L. Collins, Fellowship of Reconciliation, Secretary.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1927 May 28

Howell, Samuel M.

Letter from Samuel M. Howell to Editor of the Crisis

Bluefields (Nicaragua) - Offering to submit "a few lines" to understand the magazine's readership's understanding of the impact of American forces in Nicaragua and briefly describing an article he has formulated thereon.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1987 Apr.

Unidentified woman talking with a man as crowd looks on, probably at student takeover of forum at UMass Amherst

Amherst (Mass.) - From a series of images documenting student activism at UMass Amherst in the mid-1980s, including protests against CIA recruitment on campus and the student occupation of Munson Hall and against US intervention in Central America. The photos were taken by either Charles F. Carroll, Byrne Guarnotta, or Libby Hubbard, though not specified which.

Activism of the 1980s Collection

1987 Apr.

Older man carrying placard reading 'Not a penny to the Contra cutthroats,' standing by UMass Amherst Pond and markers for victims of Contra violence

Amherst (Mass.) - Man protesting US intervention in Central America talking with student protesters by the side of the Campus Pond; Fine Arts Center in background. From a series of images documenting student activism at UMass Amherst in the mid-1980s, including protests against CIA recruitment on campus and the student occupation of Munson Hall and against US intervention in Central America. The... more

Activism of the 1980s Collection

1987 Apr.

Carroll, Charles F.

Amy Carter victory over CIA [end of trial for anti-CIA protests at UMass Amherst]

Northampton (Mass.) - View inside the courtroom of Amy Carter and other elated defendants after hearing of their acquittal on charges stemming from anti-CIA protests. From a series of images documenting student activism at UMass Amherst in the mid-1980s, including protests against CIA recruitment on campus and the student occupation of Munson Hall and against US intervention in Central America. The ... more

Activism of the 1980s Collection

1985 Apr. 20

Donlan, Bruce

UMass Peacemakers contingent at the 'Four Days in April' demonstration in Washington D.C., holding image of Ronald Reagan with devil's horns and caption '666 The bombing begins in five minutes'

Washington (D.C.) - Image of UMass representatives at the Four Days in April protests in Washington, D.C.., opposing U.S. intervention in Central America and support for the Nicaraguan Contras.

UMass Peacemakers Records

1987 Apr.

Carroll, Charles F.

CIA trial: Trial of Amy Carter and other protesters for anti-CIA protests at UMass Amherst

Northampton (Mass.) - Amy Carter (second from right) and students raising fists on steps of Northampton Courthouse and holding banner reading "On to Washington!" taken during or after their trial. From a series of images documenting student activism at UMass Amherst in the mid-1980s, including protests against CIA recruitment on campus and the student occupation of Munson Hall and against US intervention in... more

Activism of the 1980s Collection

1986 Nov.

Hubbard, Libby

Protester holding a sign reading 'Ban the CIA not protesters': in front of Whitmore Building, UMass Amherst

Amherst (Mass.) - From a series of images documenting student activism at UMass Amherst in the mid-1980s, including protests against CIA recruitment on campus and the student occupation of Munson Hall and against US intervention in Central America. The photos were taken by either Charles F. Carroll, Byrne Guarnotta, or Libby Hubbard.

Activism of the 1980s Collection