Angela Davis Collection-This collection contains the correspondence, postcards, handmade cards, notes, and drawings sent to Angela Davis while she was imprisoned awaiting trial in California. These cards and correspondence are in response to a solidarity campaign of support called "A Million Roses for Angela Davis" started in East Germany. Some of the postcards are addressed to Marin County Courthouse in California and others are addressed to the United National Committee to Free Angela Davis in New York.
Gwendolyn A. Fortune Papers-Dr. Fortune was an educator and writer. She taught Social Science and Ethnic Studies at colleges and universities in Illinois and North Carolina. A classically trained soprano Fortune performed in the US and Europe. She authored two books and presented papers widely. Her papers include radio programs, videos of her concert performances, academic papers, research and correspondence from a listserv dedicated to Dr. Fortune that includes exchanges between her and friends.
Berenice Napper Archives- New York NAACP Field Worker and founding member of the Connecticut Branch of the National Council of Negro Women-Collection consists of photographs, letters, newspaper clippings, and writings. The collection contains the correspondence, photographs, various collected writings ranging from her involvement with the NAACP and the National Council for Negro Women.
-A rich borderlands Mexican-American collection with a focus on performance arts, theater, German literature, Chicano films, and music.
Box 53: YBG Academic, 1970-1996 → Folder 1: Chicano Festivals: An Examination (in press), 1970s- 1983
Box 67: Chicano Theater, 1967-1986 → Folder 7: Zoot Suit (): West Coast, 1979-1981
Box 116: Media: Video Tapes → Item 3: Rosa Martha Zarate Macias: The Pursuit of Happiness. 1993.
Don Kelly Research Collection on Gay History and Culture-a 12000+ collection of books, serials, manuscripts, and posters that document the LGBTQ community nationally and internationally. The collection is housed in Cushing Memorial Library & Archives, but you can access the Kelly collection via LibraryThing.com, an open source website.