7 results found for: subject:"Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (U.S.)"

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1964

Koenig, Ruth

Notes from training in Memphis

Memphis (Tenn.) - Ruth's notes from training in Memphis. Topics include Mississippi Law, community centers and voter registration.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1964 Aug. 6

Allen, Chude Pamela, 1943-

Letter from Chude Pamela Parker Allen to her parents

Holly Springs (Miss.) - A more personal letter (not for publication), Pam tells her parents about her boyfriend Ralph, an African American. She intends to bring him home for a visit, but is worried about the reactions they may get in her community.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1964 July 30

Allen, Chude Pamela, 1943-

Letter from Chude Pamela Parker Allen to be published

Oxford (Miss.) - Pam writes about her talk to sociology classes at the University of Mississippi, which resulted in some tense situations on campus, as well as a car chase later on by locals outside of the school.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1965

Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (U.S.)

Final Reports: Mississippi Summer Project

Holly Springs (Miss.) - An introduction to the final reports on the Mississippi Summer Project in Holly Springs, Mississippi.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1965

Bond, Julian, 1940-2015

Letter from Julian Bond to Cleveland Sellers and Gloria Xifaras Clark

Atlanta (Ga.) - Bond from the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) tells Sellers and Clark to bug Monsonis in D.C. for help. He asks for pictures and a press release about the Freedom School play.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1964 Dec. 1

Sellers, Cleveland, 1944-

Letters from Cleveland Sellers to Jesse Morris and James Forman

Holly Springs (Miss.) - Cleve discusses their financial dilemma, and the decision to close down the Holly Springs Project effective December 4, 1964.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1964 July 29

Allen, Chude Pamela, 1943-

Report by Chude Pamela Parker Allen

Holly Springs (Miss.) - A report on a visit to the University of Mississippi. Pam and Alvin speak to a sociology class, tense interactions on campus follow.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers