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Racism pamphlets: 1850-1946. 34 items.  270 Sambo and Sam jokes and riddles --  Racial segregation in the American Protestant Church by Will W. Alexander --  Race practices of national associations by American Civil Liberties Union --  American eugenics to-day by American Eugenics Society --  The development of eugenic policies by American Eugenics Society --  A eugenics program for the United States by American Eugenics Society --  Racial and national exclusiveness by Shohachi Anju --  An appeal to the nations of the earth assembled in conference on limitation of armament --  Open leter to the statesmen, politicians, men of letters, and publicists of Europe and America by Aspros --  Racial nationalism by William Blanchard --  Eugenics and politics by Herbert Brewer --  The classification of mankind by the wool of their heads by P.A. Brown --  A brief history of the investigations conducted in the Indo-European field by V. Chyockalingam Pillai -- A short resume of the book on the origin of Indo-European races and peoples by V. Chockalingam Pillai --  La Conférence de Berlin et la civilisation des nègres par un contribuable a l'oeuvre de L'association africaine --  L'Eglise contre le racisme --  Emergonians: to Americans, both native and adopted --  Japanization, a peril to Hawaii by Kilsoo K. Haan --, 19] Henry Black analyzes the race question, the press, and religious influence --  Herbert Spencer's advice to Japan --  Le mythe raciste by Alexandre Hérenger --  The crisis: let's keep the United States white, or, Shall the sons and daughters of "Shem" mate with sons and daughters of "Ham" by Jno. R. Irwin --  Segregation, principle vs. policy by O. Edward Janney --  Eugenics by William I. Lonergan --  The world of the white man by Cavalier Mooney -- Racial myths by Mary Ellen O'Hanlon --  Aryan Youth what will you do with our future?: talk by R.W. Reeve --  Personal adventures in race relations by Esther Popel Shaw --  Race and democracy by Elmer R. Smith --  The white christian and his conscience by Lillian Smith --  Hell behind the smiles by William Summers --  Aryan Americanism by Olov E. Tietzow --  Christian youth and interracial understanding issued by the United Christian Youth Movement --  Nightgown riders of America by Edward Dahlberg.
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Records of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1842-1992 (bulk 1919-1978). 1,730,000 items, 2,150 linear feet, 40 microfilm reels. LOC. Organized/Arranged & divided into six parts arranged in the following series. Part I (1909-1940, bulk 1919-1939) includes material relating to the Scottsboro trial, anti-lynching legislation, discrimination and segregation, race riots, Jim Crow laws, equal treatment of African Americans before the courts, voting rights, the association's first legal cases, and labor unions. Part II (1910-1955, bulk 1940-1955) includes material on World War II, discrimination and desegregation in the armed forces, housing, education, employment, and war industries, anti-lynching legislation, voting rights, negative images of African Americans in motion pictures, labor unions, wartime riots in Detroit, MI, and such legal cases as Sweatt v. Painter and Brown v. Board of Education. Also includes material on segregation during World War I, police brutality, and labor conditions. Part III (1909-1965, bulk 1956-1965) includes such topics as civil rights, desegregation of schools, voting rights, sit-ins, the fund-raising telethon entitled "Freedom Television Spectacular," defense of the Freedom Riders, and the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party. Part IV (1965-1975, bulk 1966-1973) relates to civil rights, Africa, "Freedom Television Spectacular," and Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party. Part V (1842-1982, bulk 1956-1982) includes records generated by the association's legal department relating to cases involving discrimination in housing and employment, civil rights, school desegregation, police brutality, the armed forces, voting rights, and the disparate sentencing of African Americans. Part VI (1884-1992, bulk 1967-1978) includes material on ghettos, riots, discrimination, non-profit housing, summer voting projects in Alabama and Mississippi, television, and the Mississippi case that threatened the existence of the organization, Claiborne Hardware Co. v. NAACP. Microfilm produced by Library of Congress Photoduplication Service from originals in Manuscript Division, 1965-1985. Some material has been transferred to other divisions of the Library of Congress where it is identified as part of these records.
Report of the New Jersey Commission on Racism, Racial Violence and Religious Violence. Trenton, NJ: The Commission, 1993. 84p.
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Report of the World Conference to Combat Racism and Racial Discrimination, Geneva, 14-25 August, 1978. New York: United Nations, 1979. 141p.
Report on anti-Arab hate crimes. Washington, D.C.: American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, 1992-annual.
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Russ, Joanna. What are we fighting for?: sex, race, class, and the future of feminism. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1998. 476p. Feminist theory, racism & social issues.
Rustin, Bayard. Papers of Bayard Rustin, 1942-1987 (bulk 1963-1980). 17,500 items, 49 containers, 23 microfilm reels & 20 linear feet. LOC. Quaker, civil rights leader, and social reformer. Correspondence, memoranda, speeches, notes, reports, press releases, financial records, agendas, printed material, and other papers documenting Rustin's leading role as an activist in the Afro-American civil rights movement, advocate of international human rights and social reform, and pacifist. Includes material pertaining to African anti-imperialist movements in the 1950s, Afro-American relations with Jews, alienation of Afro-American youth, Rustin's sentencing to and exposé of chain gangs following his arrest for participation in freedom rides (1947), incarceration as a conscientious objector for his refusal to register for the draft during World War II, ethnic relations in Israel, black nationalism, civil rights marches including the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom (1963), the Fellowship of Reconciliation, observation of elections by Freedom House, Haitian refugees, gay rights, integration of schools, work of the International Rescue Committee assisting Indochinese refugees (1978-1987), poverty, nuclear war protests, race riots of the 1960s, racism, Rustin's work (1950s-1960s) with Martin Luther King, Jr., and other members of the Southern Christian Leadership Council, and trade-unions. Correspondents include Nnamdi Azikiwe, Menachem Begin, Hugo LaFayette Black, Hyman Harry Bookbinder, Jimmy Carter, Cesar Chavez, Eldridge Cleaver, Ralph DiGia, Dorothy I. Height, Benjamin L. Hooks, Jacob K. Javits, Kivie Kaplan, Edward Moore Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, George MeaNY: Daniel P. Moynihan, Abraham John Muste, Kwame Nkrumah, Eleanor Holmes Norton, Selma Platt, Anita Poole, A. Philip Randolph, Elie Wiesel, and Roy Wilkins. Microfilm produced by University Publications of America, Frederick, Md., 1988. Photographs transferred to Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.
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