Underground press publications
Found in 182 Collections and/or Records:
This folder contains a flier advertising the University of Connecticut Chapter of the Jewish Defense League, an organization dedicated to fighting antisemitism and the systematic oppression of the Jewish people.
The collection includes publications, newspapers and fliers concerning the anti-war activities, independent media, People's Summit (September 2001, Washington, D.C.) the Attack on America (September 2001), and World Economic Forum (February 2002).
Subjects Include: Nominating Petitions for Scott Deshefy for Congress.
Subjects Include: Nominating Petitions for Ralph Nader for President, Ralph Nader letter.
The collection contains correspondence and photographs documenting flooding of the area of what would become the North Haven Mall in North Haven, Connecticut. At the time the photographs were taken, Ms. McPhedran was a member of the Connecticut Citizen's Action Group.
This folder contains a flier created by the University of Connecticut Medical Aid Committee. The flier advertises a fundraising effort to raise money for two hospitals in Vietnam, one which was destroyed by American bombs and one that was under construction and dedicated to treating Vietnamese children who had been injured as a result of the war.
This file contains pamphlets, letters, and mail packets created and distributed by the National Abortion Rights Action League, a pro-choice advocacy group that focused on the movement's legislative side. The contents of the file include information about abortion statistics, as well as information about how to help combat the fearmongering and spread of misinformation that could potentially create legislative problems for reproductive healthcare.
This file contains pamphlets, letters, and mail packets created and distributed by the Connecticut chapter of the National Abortion Rights Action League, a pro-choice advocacy group that focused on the movement's legislative side. The contents list out election candidates with a pro-choice stance from various elections, as well as abortion statistics within the state of Connecticut to help clear up misconceptions about the movement and about abortion itself.
This folder contains information published and about the National Right to Work Committee, an organization that opposes what its publications refer to as "forced unionism," or when joining a union is a requirement for employment by certain companies.
This folder contains information about and published by the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, Inc. (NRWLD). This group was established in 1968 for the purpose of advancing what are called "Right-to-Work" laws, which is a type of legislature that prohibit union security agreements between labor unions and employers.
Subjects Include: St. Christopher and Nevis Island Budget Address 1994-1995, Nevis Island, St. Kitts, The Observer.
Subjects Include: UCONN Basketball, Hartford Basketball, Sports, Miscellaneous.
Subjects Include: Our Piece of the Pie Award, Governor Rowland, Echoes from the Streets.
This folder contains three issues of 'Prisoners Strike For Peace Notes,' a publication created by an organization of inmates of the Danbury, Connecticut federal prison called 'Prisoners Strike for Peace.' The purpose of the publication was to spread awareness of the organization and its goals, namely to bring an end to the inhumane conditions of American prisons.
This folder contains fliers and documents created by and about an organization of inmates of the Danbury, Connecticut federal prison called 'Prisoners Strike for Peace.' The organization's goals mainly focused on bringing an end to the inhumane conditions of American prisons.
Subjects Include: The Register Citizen
Subjects Include: The Hartford Advocate.
Subjects Include: Nevi's Historical and Conservation Society, The Labour Spokesman, The Democrat, The Chronicle, work from The Observer, Five Star Follies Musical Show Script.
Subjects Include: The Hartford Advocate, The Waterbury Observer, The Observer St. Kitts-Nevis, The Hartford Courant, Underground Voices, The Register Citizen.
Subjects Include: The Sunday Republican, The Waterbury Republican American, Letter to Robert Brown editor of Waterbury Republican-American.
Publications, Clippings, Handouts, Correspondence, Notes, Administrative Records, Financial Records,, 2001-2002
Subjects Include: Issue 4 RRR, Teaching Tips, Issue 3 RRR, Educational Partners, Resource Materials for students, Southend Community Services, Potential Funding for Echoes from the Streets, Youth Communication, Our Piece of the Pie, Story Development Strategies.
Subjects Include: Cliff Thornton Media, The Daily Campus, The Hartford News, The New Haven Register, The Hartford Courant, The Quinnipac Legal Times, The Chronicle, Voter's Guide Election 2006, The Putnam Villager, The Hartford Catholic Worker, The Sunday Republican, Town Times, The Sports Page Magazine, Track Record, Eastern Connecticut Public Liberal Arts University Pamphlet, The Greater Hartford News, Warning Track Cards Advertisements, The Downtowner.
Subjects Include: The War Crimes Times, Prometheus Radio Project, Maine Cyclist, Quaker Action, Prospect, The Scope, COMPAGNIE Marie Chouinard, Peace Work, CO-OP American Quarterly, New York Times, Central Connecticut Bycicle Alliance, The Hartford, The Chronicle.
Publications, Fliers, Clippings, Financial Records, Legal Documents, Administrative Records,, 2004, 2006, 2007
Subjects Include: March on the Pentagon March 17 2007, A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition, Connecticut Campaign Finance Laws, Nominating Petitions for Candidates for State Offices for The Green Party: November 7, 2006 Election, Clifford Thornton Candidacy, State of Connecticut Mail-In Voter Registration, Eighth Annual Youth Spirit Awards Connecticut.
Subjects Include: The Greater Waterbury Republican American, The Sunday Republican, Town Times, 22 Reporters Notebooks.
This file contains a pamphlet created by and about the UConn chapter of Queers Against Discrimination (QUAD), a group dedicated to fighting discrimination against the LGBTQ+ community.
The collection contains newspapers collected in conjunction with the University of Connecticut Libraries' exhibit, "The Ethnic American Press: Cultural Maintenance and Assimilation Roles." The collection is comprised of a broad spectrm of non-English and English language papers collected by Diana I. Rios, professor of communication sciences at the University of Connecticut.
This folder contains issue 1 of ‘Roach,’ a publication put out by high school students in Windsor, Connecticut.
This file contains volume one issue one of ‘Smash,’ an independent newspaper published by high school students in Springfield, Massachusetts. The publication encourages behavior that would be considered radical for the time.