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Civil Rights and Social Justice Special Collections: Archives
The Kentucky women's and feminist collection (dated 1970-1988, undated; 0.9 cubic feet; 2 document boxes) primarily comprises fliers, clippings, newsletters, and reports that document women's issues and feminist organizations in Kentucky in the 1970s and 1980s.
The Committee was established in 1963 to fight racial and religious discrimination. It worked for open housing, non-discrimination in public accommodations, voting rights, and integration of the University of Kentucky athletic teams, among other civil rights goals.
Socially Concerned Students (S.C.S.) was a University of Kentucky organization composed of students, faculty, and staff dedicated to a better society. Founded in the sociology department, S.C.S., addressed the issues and problems which faced society during the 1980s and early 1990s. Whether the issues were campus oriented, local, state, national, or international, S.C.S. was involved and often in cooperation with other organization and agencies.
The Victor Howard collection on Civil Rights and Church-State (dated 1907, 1931-1976, 1989; 53.57 cubic feet; 53 record storage boxes, 1 oversize flat box, 1 document box) consists of pamphlets, reports, newspapers, publications, speeches, and correspondence from and regarding United States public agencies and organizations concerning civil rights and the relationship between church and state.