SOC. Social Activism, Social Organizations, Social Research
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
The collection documents the life and career of African American educator, A. Quinn Jones, his wife Frederica Jones, and the African American community in Gainesville, Florida, concentrating on Lincoln High School and the Greater Bethel AME Church.
Reports, background papers, summaries, newspaper clippings, and meeting notes produced by the Committee for Visions for the Future of Gainesville and Alachua County as part of the Florida Legislature's 1985 Act (House Bill 1408).
Manuscripts, correspondence, and other documents relating to Ethel Beebe and to her career as a writer and animal rights activist.
This collection consists of material used in a documentary on the bombing of Harry T. Moore's home in Mims, Florida, in December 1951. The film was entitled Freedom Never Dies: The Legacy of Harry T. Moore.
Correspondence, newspaper clippings, reports, committee notes, and other records related to Criminal Justice, Civil Rights, and local politics in Gainesville and Alachua County created by Gainesville local community activist Jane Hiers.
Collection contains records from the LGBT Concerns Committee, now the LGBTQ+ Presidential Advisory Committee at the University of Florida. Includes meeting minutes, newsletters, work on updating UF's non-discrimination policy, domestic partner benefits, and reports from the committee. Also contains information on LGBTQ+ history at the University of Florida.
Writings of Lucius Moody Bristol, Special Status Professor at the University of Florida.
Women's Trade Union League, social work, suffrage, anti-war, personal papers, photos, correspondence, and biographical material on Robins family members.