Letter from college student Monroe S. Wasch to Priscilla Stephens talking about picketing Woolworth's in New York, how much students in the North admire what Stephens has done for equal rights and giving his analysis of the civil rights movement.
Letter of from Paul E. Richardson of Utica, N.Y. to Patricia Stephens writing about his daughter at Virginia State College who is also participating in the civil rights movement. Richardson encourages Patricia to continue her fight for equality.
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU)'s SGA newsletter, volume 1, number 5 with a letter from Clement Carney, who was in jail following a sit-in at Woolworth's in Tallahassee. The seven other jailed students are listed in the newsletter and FAMU's students are asked to write them let...
A pamphlet about the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) and their principle of non-violent direct action that includes guarantees of the individual to the group and guarantees from the local group to the individual.
Letter of encouragement from James B. Price of Detroit, Michigan, to Patricia Stephens telling Patricia and the other jailed students that he appreciates their activism and says he hopes he would be as courageous if he were in the same situation.
A pamphlet about the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) describing different CORE tactics for non-violent direct action, the principles of CORE, the structure of National CORE, what National CORE does, the structure of local CORE chapters, how someone can join CORE and how CORE is financed.
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