Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
"Congressional Committee Report on What Happened When Schools Were Integrated in Washington, D. C." pamphlet, circa 1957
An anti-integration pamphlet produced by the Educational Fund of the Citizens' Councils. It claims that white flight is the outcome of school integration and that integration required schools to lower educational standards and introduced problems with crime, delinquency, sexual activity, and "the curtailment of normal social activities." The authors include racist stereotypes that claim Black students are hypersexual and have lower intelligence than white students.
A memo from George Sellers, coordinator of the direct action committee of the NAACP, to the organization's officers, executive board members, direct action committee members, and freedom supporters of the NAACP. Sellers makes a "freedom sacrifice appeal" for participation in a demonstration on May 15, 1963 planned by the Philadelphia Branch of the NAACP, which was protesting over racial discrimination against Black workers by labor unions engaged in the construction of Reyburn Plaza.
Pamphlets produced by the NAACP providing information and statements on notable NAACP supporters, a statement by lawyers on segregationist attacks on the Supreme Court following Brown v. Board of Education, the history of the NAACP, the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, federal aid to schools, and an attempt by Mississippi White Citizens Councils to stoke anti-miscegenation hatred using a falsified speech from a fictitious NAACP member.
A report produced by the NAACP detailing its activities and the status of the civil rights movement at the end of 1960. Topics include student sit-in demonstrations, voting rights, employment opportunities, housing discrimination, and public opinion on civil rights.