Underground press publications
Found in 182 Collections and/or Records:
This folder contains a variety of papers written by members of Students for a Democratic Society (SDS). Among the topics discussed are institutionalized racism, the Vietnam War, and SDS itself.
This folder contains volume 1 number 8 of the ‘SDS Regional Newsletter,’ dated March 8, 1966, which was written and published by Students for a Democratic Society.
(Volume II, No. I [April 1971]) “A publication of the Radical Libertarian Alliance” this source is described as a “monthly publication of Libertarian commentary” that was based in New York City. This issue includes articles entitled, “On the Importance of Knowing Your Enemy: U.S. Imperialism and Movement Strategy” written by Vincent Ninelli, “Amman: New Lesson in People’s War” written by Stephen P. Holbrook, and “Revolution in Eritrea” written by John Brotschol.
This file contains multiple issues of ‘The Brick; A Really Heavy Paper,’ a student-run newspaper from Nassau County, New York. This publication was notably banned in multiple Nassau County schools by school administrators.
This folder contains publications about the University of Connecticut chapter of The Coalition, a group dedicated to fighting social injustices, including but not limited to both racial and gender inequality. The publications within this particular folder are split into two groups; publications created by The Coalition, and publications created by others that discuss The Coalition.
This folder contains the first issue of ‘The Gadfly Free Press,’ an anti-draft publication published by high school students in New Haven, Connecticut.
This folder contains volume 1 number 4 of ‘The Glass Onion,’ a publication written and distributed by high school students in New Haven Connecticut. It also contains an incomplete copy of volume 1 number 1.
This file contains issue number four of ‘The Means,’ a student-run newspaper written and published for students of Oak Park and River Forest High School in Oak Park, Illinois.
This file contains issue 25 of ‘The Voice,’ a news publication created and distributed by high school students in Mount Morris, Michigan. The publication features articles that discuss social issues such as racism and police brutality.
This folder contains documents pertaining to the University of Connecticut Third World Students Union, a group of UConn students dedicated to spreading awareness about international social issues, particularly focusing on groups in less developed countries. The specific documents in this folder focus on the unjust treatment of Palestinians living in Israel.
This folder contains pamphlets and fliers created by the UConn Gay Alliance, a group created to support LGBTQ+ students and to help fight discrimination against them in the UConn community.
This folder contains letters discussing the UConn Peace Education Group, a group dedicated to informing UConn students about nonviolence.
This folder contains course catalogues for the University of Connecticut Experimental College, a series of noncredited courses open to the public that teach a variety of subjects, including poetry, automotive repair, cooking, and spirituality. The catalogues list course offerings for the Spring 1971 semester.
This folder contains flier that advertise the University of Connecticut Experimental College, a series of noncredited courses open to the public that teach a variety of subjects, including poetry, automotive repair, cooking, and spirituality.
This folder contains documents published by members of the University of Connecticut Inner College, an organization within the university created to offer a means of alternative education.
This folder contains documents published and distributed my members of the University of Connecticut International Democratic Community, a special interest dormitory at the University of Connecticut that promoted student participation in the democratic process and advocated for the university to operate as a democratic system.
This folder contains two different versions of the February 1973 edition of the Newsletter of the University of Connecticut New Vocations, which was an alternative education program created to help provide valuable social services to the Storrs community, such as child care, counseling, and health services.
This folder contains publications created by the University of Connecticut's New Vocations Center, which was an alternative education program created to help provide valuable social services to the Storrs community, such as child care, counseling, and health services.
This folder contains in formation about the University of Connecticut Organization of Faculty and Professional Women, an organization of women staff and faculty at UConn who worked for and advocated gender equality in the workplace.
This folder contains information and documents pertaining to the University of Connecticut Puerto Rican Center, a group for to Puerto Rican students and faculty, as well as information about its members, including a membership list.
This folder contains two issues of the University of Connecticut Women's Newsletter, the first is dated December 1, 1972, and the second is dated December 1982.
This folder contains publications created and distributed by the University of Connecticut Women's Center, an organization dedicated to gender equality both at the university and the community at large.
This folder contains information on the University of Connecticut Yggdrasil Center for Personal Growth, a center within the Department of Counseling and Student Development, which provided counseling resources like assertiveness training, a workshop for dealing with aggression, and group couples' counseling.
This folder contains a flier advertising a special colloquium series on Black Heritage presented by Dr. John A. Pappankiou, a professor of education at the University of Connecticut.
This file contains the November 1972 issue of ‘When the Levee Breaks,’ a news publication written and distributed by high school students in Chelmsford, Massachusetts. The articles in this publication argue for the legalization of drug use, and encourage the reader to avoid the tobacco industry, as well as other industries that help fund wars in Southeast Asia.
This file contains the June, 1974 issue of the Women vs Connecticut newsletter, a pro-choice advocacy newsletter. This particular issue reveals recent developments in the nationwide discussion of reproductive health and advocates for the use of birth control pills.
This folder contains an invitation to the Women's Caucus of the University of Connecticut Health Center, a conference that took place in 1981 and discussed topics relevant to women's health.