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Protest movements

Subject Source: Fast

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

2022-0006, 1969

 Collection — Box 4: [Barcode: 39153030745816]
Scope and Content Note From the Collection: The Alternative Press Collection (APC) is one of the oldest and largest collections of alternative press materials in the United States. It was founded in the late 1960s out of student participation in activist movements for social, cultural and political change. Currently the APC includes thousands of national and international newspapers, serials, books, pamphlets, ephemera and artifacts documenting activists thmse and organizations, dating from the 1800s to the present. The collection...
Dates: 1969

Abortion Rights Movement of Women's Liberation.

Scope and Contents

“Announces Late Abortion up to 28 weeks” an advertisement for ARM’s (Abortion Rights Movement) services to aid women in receiving, specifically late term abortions, “when continued pregnancy is likely to result in death or impair a woman’s mental of physical heath…” ARM provided services like setting up appointments, accompanying the patient to appointments, drive the patient to lodging, etc. Also includes a letter from Sandra Sullaway, Los Angeles coordinator of ARM (February 23, 1979).

Dates: Artificial Collection formed in 1967

Absolutist., bulk: 1944-02 - 1944-05

Scope and Contents

This publication was the “official organ” of the Absolutist War Objectors Association based in Brooklyn, New York. Each issue includes the subtitle, “The Health of a Nation is Periled if One Man Be Oppressed.” This folder features issues: No. 23 (February 15, 1944), No. 24 (February 22, 1944), No. 25 (February 29, 1944), No. 26 (March 7, 1944), No. 27 (March 14, 1944), No. 30 (April 4, 1944), No. 31 (April 11, 1944), No. 32 (April 19, 1944), No. 34; (May 2, 1944), No. 35 (May 9, 1944).

Dates: Majority of material found within 1944-02 - 1944-05

LMNOPI Collection

Identifier: 2017-136
Dates: Majority of material found within 2011 - 2016

Louise B. Simmons Papers

Identifier: 2015-0113

Papers of a social activist and Professor of Social Work and Director of the Urban Semester Program at the University of Connecticut, detailing her work with social and political movements in the 1970s and 1980s in the Hartford, Connecticut, area.

Dates: undated, 1970-1992, 2006-2015

Harleigh B. Trecker Papers

Identifier: 1986-0008
Abstract Harleigh Bradley Trecker was born 11 February 1911 in Calery, Illinois. Trecker attended George Williams College (B.S., 1934) and the University of Chicago (M.A., 1938) before embarking upon a career in social work. From 1938 until 1941, Trecker was an instructor at George Williams College and in 1941; he accepted a position at the University of Southern California. In 1951, Trecker accepted the position of Dean, School of Social Work at the University of Connecticut; a position he retained...
Dates: undated, 1921-1981

Walter I. Wardwell Papers

Identifier: 1990-0018

In 1949, Wardwell was appointed instructor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Connecticut. He was promoted to Assistant Professor in 1952 and to Professor in 1966. He retired in 1984 after a 35 year teaching career at the University.

Dates: 1946-1984