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Civil and Human Rights Materials

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This collection compiles digital materials from multiple collections in DigiNole that focus on civil and human rights. Individual objects will list their original digital collection for further exploration of specific collections.

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Toronto Daily Star
Toronto Daily Star
Summary: Articles on the Emmett Till murder trial.
Toronto Daily Star
Toronto Daily Star
Summary: Articles on the Emmett Till murder trial.
Transcript of Statewide TV-Radio Talk to the People of Florida on Race Relations
Transcript of Statewide TV-Radio Talk to the People of Florida on Race Relations
A transcript of a speech given by Florida Governor LeRoy Collins, broadcast on both radio and television, addressing contemporary responses to segregation.
Trembling Before G-D
Trembling Before G-D
Poster for Trembling Before G-D, a movie that examines the relationship between religion and sexuality, produced and directed by Sandi Simcha DuBowski.
Tri-State Defender
Tri-State Defender
Summary: Articles on and photographs of the Emmett Till murder trial and Mamie Till. Includes interview with Levy Collins on the Till murder and "Mamie Bradley's Untold Story" as told to Ethel Payne.
Twelve Million Negro Americans
Twelve Million Negro Americans
Pamphlet analyzing African and African American History and societal misconceptions. This material was sent to, or collected by Justice Glenn Terrell during his time in office, May 15, 1923- January 12, 1964.
UMBC Safe Zone Program brochure
UMBC Safe Zone Program brochure
Brochure for a "safe zone" program at UMBC which is in place to spread awareness of cultural diversity and acceptance of others.
Ugly Truth About the NAACP
Ugly Truth About the NAACP
Copy of an address given by Attorney General of Georgia, Eugene Cook at the 55th annual convention of the Peace Officers association of Georgia, in which the speaker falsely asserts that the NAACP is a communist organization and that its goal is to destroy American values through it's support of racial integration in the United States. This material was sent to, or collected by Justice Glenn Terrell during his time in office, May 15, 1923- January 12, 1964.
Uncle Tom's Cadillac
Uncle Tom's Cadillac
A book on race relations in the United States. In it, the author proposes to resettle African Americans in the American Midwest, constitutionally-based arguments for why segregation in schools should be upheld, and proposes a constitutional amendment designed to give State Governments authority over student placement in schools. This material was sent to, or collected by Justice Glenn Terrell during his time in office, May 15, 1923- January 12, 1964.
United States of America v. Earle Wayne Patridge, Thomas J. Herod, Jr., William Surrell, John L. Basinger, and Charles Thomas Perkins
United States of America v. Earle Wayne Patridge, Thomas J. Herod, Jr., William Surrell, John L. Basinger, and Charles Thomas Perkins
Proceedings had and evidence taken in the above-entitled cause, commencing on the 2nd day of December, 1963, at 2 p.m. in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Mississippi, Western Division, at Oxford, Mississippi, before the Honorable Claude F. Clayton, United States District Judge, and a jury., This document was digitized from a photocopy of the court transcript obtained at the National Archives and Records Administration from the Records of District Courts of the United States, Record Group 21.
University Counseling Center brochure
University Counseling Center brochure
Pamphlet for the University Counseling Center that offers services to students concerned with relationships, sexuality, mental health, educational performance, etc; offers internships, 24-hr contact resources, a list of professional associates w/ biographies, and an outline map of the FSU campus.
University of Connecticut School of Social Work Seminar of Community Leadership. "The Black Leader: Powerful or Powerless?"
University of Connecticut School of Social Work Seminar of Community Leadership. "The Black Leader: Powerful or Powerless?"
Seminar speech given by Lewis Killian on the topic of Black governments, the crisis of race relations, and the power dynamics of "Negro" communities.
University of Florida Combating Homophobia brochure
University of Florida Combating Homophobia brochure
brochure addressing homophobia and heterosexism and how to combat it with resources on campus/in the community
Urbanism, Race, and Anomia
Urbanism, Race, and Anomia
As part of the American Journal of Sociology, this entry covers the possible relation urban residency and position in the social structure has with anomia. This study, unlike past versions, uses both white and "Negro" samples and covers the difference in results based on race.
Veteran U.S. Attorney Gives His Views on School Segregation
Veteran U.S. Attorney Gives His Views on School Segregation
Remarks made by former U.S. District Attorney for Florida Herbert S. Phillips in the Tampa Sunday Tribune. He disagrees with the outcome of Brown V. Board of Education based both on white supremacist views and that the Supreme Court has usurped the rights of State Governments. This material was sent to, or collected by Justice Glenn Terrell during his time in office, May 15, 1923- January 12, 1964.

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