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Collection Number: 05213

Collection Title: War Resisters League, Southeast Regional Office Records, 1966-1995

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Size 25.0 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 17,000 items items)
Abstract The War Resisters League (WRL) was founded in 1923 by pacifists who had opposed American entry into World War I. League members have been active in organizing opposition to American involvement in military conflicts, including World War II, the Vietnamese conflict, and the Persian Gulf War. The League also was involved in the civil rights movement in the 1950s and 1960s, and has also supported the women's movement, the anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa, and other social justice causes. The Southeast Regional Office of the War Resisters League was established in 1977 in Chapel Hill, N.C., for the purpose of supporting WRL activities and other peace and social justice groups in the southeastern United States. A few years later, the office moved to Durham, N.C., where it operated until 1989. The collection includes bulletins, flyers, correspondence, financial documents, administrative documents, newsletters, notes, slides, posters, and other materials related to the operation of the War Resisters League, Southeast Regional Office (WRL/SE), as well as the War Resisters League National Office (WRL) and other peace groups and social justice organizations. WRL/SE materials include correspondence and mailings detailing WRL/SE events and protests, meeting notes and agendas from regional conferences, fundraising and financial materials, and a scrapbook containing clippings and flyers from events. Similar materials exist for the WRL National Office, but also include minutes and staff reports from meetings of the WRL Executive Committee and the WRL National Committee, program proposals and administrative forms for WRL National Conferences, and flyers from speaking tours by pacifists David Dellinger, David McReynolds, Igal Roodenko, and others affiliated with the War Resisters League. Also included are some materials from some other local WRL chapters. A large portion of the collection is devoted to materials documenting protests, events, issues, and organizations with which the WRL and WRL/SE were involved. Organizations represented include the American Friends Service Committee, the Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, the National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee, the Fellowship of Reconciliation, the Southern Organizing Committee for Economic Justice, Jobs with Peace, and the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom; protests and events include the Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign, the 1987 National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights, the 1976 Continental Walk for Disarmament and Social Justice, the 20th anniversary of the National March on Washington, the Women's Peace Walk, and the Women's Roundhouse for Survival; and issues include draft registration and resistance, apartheid in South Africa, nuclear disarmament, feminism, lesbian and gay rights, civil disobedience, American foreign policy in Central America, and the Vietnamese conflict. There are also informational packets relating to specific protest actions or to general topics such as fundraising, war tax resistance, and civil disobedience training. Publications include WIN Magazine and The Nonviolent Activist, published by the WRL, as well as newsletters from various WRL regional offices and local chapters, including the WRL/SE. Slide shows document the history of the War Resisters League, the Strategic Defense Initiative, and the consequences of nuclear war, among other issues. Also included are photographs of War Resisters League members at protests and conferences, posters advertising protest actions and pacifist issues, and various audio-visual materials, including films.
Creator War Resisters League. Southeast Regional Office.
Curatorial Unit University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. Southern Historical Collection.
Language English
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[Identification of item], in the War Resisters League, Southeast Regional Office Records #5213, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Received from Carol Anderson, Durham, N.C., 21 March 2005 (Acc. 100084) and from an anonymous source in May 2007 (Acc. 101303). Transferred from the North Carolina Collection in March 2007 (100610).
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The War Resisters League (WRL) was founded in 1923 by pacifists who had opposed American entry into World War I. League members have been active in organizing opposition to American involvement in military conflicts, including World War II, the Vietnamese conflict, and the Persian Gulf War. The League also was involved in the civil rights movement in the 1950s and 1960s, and has also supported the women's movement, the anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa, and other social justice causes. The Southeast Regional Office of the War Resisters League was established in 1977 in Chapel Hill, N.C., for the purpose of supporting WRL activities and other peace and social justice groups in the southeastern United States. A few years later, the office moved to Durham, N.C., where it operated until 1989.

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Bulletins, flyers, correspondence, financial documents, administrative documents, newsletters, notes, slides, posters, and other materials related to the operation of the War Resisters League, Southeast Regional Office (WRL/SE), as well as the War Resisters League National Office (WRL) and other peace groups and social justice organizations. WRL/SE materials include correspondence and mailings detailing WRL/SE events and protests, meeting notes and agendas from WRL/SE Regional Conferences, fundraising and financial materials, and a scrapbook containing clippings and flyers from WRL/SE events. Materials from the WRL National Office include correspondence to regional and local WRL offices, minutes and staff reports from meetings of the WRL Executive Committee and the WRL National Committee, program proposals and administrative forms for WRL National Conferences, and flyers for speaking tours by noted pacifists David Dellinger, David McReynolds, Igal Roodenko and others affiliated with the War Resisters League. Also included are materials from some WRL local offices.

A large portion of the collection is devoted to flyers, brochures, informational bulletins, planning notes, clippings, and other materials documenting protests, events, issues, and organizations with which the War Resisters League and WRL/SE were involved. Some of the organizations represented in these documents include the American Friends Service Committee, the Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, the National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee, the Fellowship of Reconciliation, the Southern Organizing Committee for Economic Justice, Jobs with Peace, and the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. Among the protests and events documented are the Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign, the 1987 National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights, the 1976 Continental Walk for Disarmament and Social Justice, the 20th anniversary of the National March on Washington, the Women's Peace Walk, and the Women's Roundhouse for Survival. Also included are documents related to various peace and social justice issues, including draft registration, draft resistance, apartheid in South Africa, nuclear disarmament, feminism, lesbian and gay rights, civil disobedience, American foreign policy in Central America, and the Vietnamese conflict.

The collection also contains informational packets, produced by the War Resisters League and other organizations, related to either specific protest actions or to general topics such as nuclear disarmament, fundraising, war tax resistance, and civil disobedience training. Publications in the collection include magazines published by the War Resisters League, including WIN Magazine and The Nonviolent Activist, as well as newsletters from various WRL regional offices and local chapters, including the WRL/SE. Slide shows are included which document the history of the War Resisters League, the Strategic Defense Initiative, and the consequences of nuclear war, among other issues. Also included are photographs of War Resisters League members at protests and conferences, posters advertising protest actions and pacifist issues, and various audio-visual materials, including films.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. War Resisters League, Southeast Regional Office, 1966-1989.

About 2700 items.

Arrangement: by type.

Correspondence, financial documents, bulletins, notes, and other materials related to the operation of the War Resisters League, Southeast Regional Office (WRL/SE). Correspondence is mostly from people interested in becoming involved with the War Resisters League, or people involved with other peace and social justice groups. Mailings are mostly from the WRL/SE office to members and supporters of WRL/SE, containing information about WRL/SE events and demonstrations, appeals for financial support, and tips on effective community organizing. Conference materials include meeting notes, informational mailings, registration forms, agenda, and other materials related to WRL/SE Regional Conferences. Fundraising and financial materials are related to various WRL/SE fundraising efforts, including benefit concerts, grant proposals, pledge campaigns, mailed fund appeals, and sales of War Resisters League calendars. Administrative materials include notes and minutes from Working Committee and other WRL/SE staff meetings, returned literature order forms, and bills for office expenses, including phone service and computer operation. The scrapbook contains flyers, newspaper clippings, and letters related to WRL/SE protests and other events. Also included are materials related to Mandy Carter, staff person at the WRL/SE office from 1983 to 1988.

Note that original file folder titles have, for the most part, been retained.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.1. Correspondence, 1977-1988.

About 200 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Folder 1

1977

Folder 2

1982-1983

Folder 3-4

Folder 3

Folder 4

1983-1985

Folder 5

1986

Folder 6

1987

Folder 7

1988

Folder 8

Correspondence with WRL National Office

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About 600 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Folder 9

1977-1978

Folder 10-12

Folder 10

Folder 11

Folder 12

1980-1984

Folder 13

1985

Folder 14

1986

Folder 15

1987

Folder 16

1988

Folder 17

Key contact list and mailings

Folder 18

Mailing list: New names from WRL National Office

Folder 19-20

Folder 19

Folder 20

Mockups

Folder 21-24

Folder 21

Folder 22

Folder 23

Folder 24

"Swipe file"

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About 100 items.

Acquisitions Information: Accession 101610

Newsletters, communications, fliers, and other programming materials.

Folder 779-780

Folder 779

Folder 780

Mailings, 1979-1989

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.4. Fundraising and Finances, 1982-1989.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.4A. Fundraising and Finances, 1979-1983 (Addition of May 2007).

Acquisition Information: Accession 101303

Folder 781-782

Folder 781

Folder 782

Bookkeeping binder (disassembled), 1979-1983

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.5. Administrative Documents, 1978-1989.

About 750 items.

Arrangement: by subject.

Folder 69-70

Folder 69

Folder 70

Action Update returns

Folder 71

Bulk mailing receipts

Folder 72

Computer

Folder 73-74

Folder 73

Folder 74

Ideas

Folder 75

Literature orders, 1985-1986

Folder 76

Literature orders: Filled

Folder 77

Literature orders: Unfilled

Folder 78

"Mandy's flyers"

Folder 79

Monthly meetings

Folder 80

Newsletter survey responses

Folder 81-82

Folder 81

Folder 82

Notebooks

Folder 83

Old log and records

Folder 84

Orientation notes, November 1982

Folder 85-87

Folder 85

Folder 86

Folder 87

Phone bills

Folder 88

Press conference drafts

Folder 89

Speaking engagements

Folder 90

Staff meetings, 1982-1983

Folder 91

Staff reports

Folder 92

Strategy group

Folder 93-94

Folder 93

Folder 94

Tenth Anniversary Committee

Folder 95

Tours

Folder 96

Volunteer pool

Folder 97-98

Folder 97

Folder 98

Working committee, 1982

Folder 99

Working committee, 1985

Folder 100

Working committee, 1986

Folder 101

Photocopy masters

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About 250 items.

Folder 102-107

Folder 102

Folder 103

Folder 104

Folder 105

Folder 106

Folder 107

Scrapbook

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.7. Mandy Carter Materials, 1966-1986.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 2. War Resisters League, National Office, 1976-1989.

About 1,850 items.

Arrangement: by type.

Correspondence, notes, meeting minutes, administrative documents and other materials related to the operation of the War Resisters League National Office, located in New York, N.Y. Correspondence largely consists of letters from the WRL National Office to regional and local offices and individual WRL members about WRL actions, meetings, and administrative details. Also included in the correspondence are informational flyers related to disarmament, human rights, and other issues addressed by WRL actions. Committee meeting materials consists mostly of minutes and staff reports from meetings of the WRL Executive Committee and the WRL National Committee. National conference materials consist of program proposals, agenda, administrative forms, and other documents related to WRL National Conferences. There is a particularly large collection of materials from the 1987 WRL National Conference, which was held in Raleigh, N.C. The WRL Southeastern Regional Office was largely responsible for planning and organizing the event; the collection contains financial materials, registration forms, and administrative documents related to meals, housing, child care, and other services for the attendees. Materials related to WRL public events include flyers for speaking tours by noted pacifists David Dellinger, David McReynolds, Igal Roodenko, and others affiliated with the War Resisters League. Administrative documents consist of annual budgets and other financial materials, literature and resource guides for local WRL chapters, and miscellaneous flyers.

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About 150 items.

Arrangement: by type.

Folder 108e

Correspondence: Grace Hedeman to regional and local offices

Folder 109

Disarmament questionnaire

Folder 110-112

Folder 110

Folder 111

Folder 112

Mailings

Folder 113

Survey results

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.3. Conferences, 1971-1987.

About 700 items.

Arrangement: by subject.

Folder 138

Conferences, 1971-1986

Folder 139

National Conference, 1979

Folder 140-141

Folder 140

Folder 141

National Conference, 1983

Folder 142

National Conference, 1985

Folder 143

National Conference, 1985: Packet

Folder 144

National Conference, 1987: Administrative and financial Materials

Folder 145

National Conference, 1987: Agenda ideas

Folder 146

National Conference, 1987: Brochure

Folder 147

National Conference, 1987: Cancellations and registrations

Folder 148

National Conference, 1987: Child care

Folder 149

National Conference, 1987: Conference budget

Folder 150

National Conference, 1987: Conference copy

Folder 151

National Conference, 1987: Conference packet

Folder 152

National Conference, 1987: Confirmation packet masters

Folder 153-154

Folder 153

Folder 154

National Conference, 1987: Correspondence

Folder 155

National Conference, 1987: Hospitality Committee

Folder 156

National Conference, 1987: Housing

Folder 157a-157b

National Conference, 1987: Ideas File

Folder 158

National Conference, 1987: Meals

Folder 159

National Conference, 1987: "Maybe" registrants

Folder 160

National Conference, 1987: Media notices

Folder 161

National Conference, 1987: Miscellaneous materials

Folder 162

National Conference, 1987: Registrants - Commuters

Folder 163

National Conference, 1987: Registrants - Lodgers

Folder 164

National Conference, 1987: Registration list

Folder 165a

National Conference, 1987: Resources and resource people

Folder 165b

National Conference, 1987: Scholarship requests

Folder 166

National Conference, 1987: Site search

Folder 167

National Conference, 1987: St. Augustine College correspondence

Folder 168

National Conference, 1987: Travel plans for attendees

Folder 169

National Conference, 1987: Workshops and plenaries

Folder 170

National Conference, 1987: World War II conscientious objectors reunion.

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About 150 items.

Arrangement: by subject.

Folder 171

David McReynolds tour, 1977

Folder 172

Dellinger tour, 1981

Folder 173

Draft/Counter-militarism weekend, 1982

Folder 174

Igal Roodenko tours, 1977-1981

Folder 175

Igal Roodenko tour, 1984

Folder 176

National Civil Defense Project

Folder 177

60th anniversary file

Folder 178

Speakers lists

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About 100 items.

Arrangement: by subject.

Folder 179

Budget materials

Folder 180

Feminist task force

Folder 181

Flyers

Folder 182

"Forming a Local WRL"

Folder 183

Fund appeal

Folder 184

Literature lists, 1980-1983

Folder 185

New WRL Local chapters: Written inquiries

Folder 186

Resource list, 1983

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About 550 items.

Arrangement: by office.

Newsletters, clippings, meeting minutes, and other materials documenting various regional and local offices of the War Resisters League. Particularly well-documented are the WRL Piedmont Region local chapter (founded in Durham, N.C., in 1990), and the WRL West office, located in San Francisco, Calif.

Folder 187

WRL: Birmingham, Ala.

Folder 188

WRL: Houston, Tex.

Folder 189

WRL: New England Regional Office

Folder 190

WRL: New Orleans

Folder 191

WRL: New York, N.Y.

Folder 192

WRL: Oak Park, Ill.

Folder 193

WRL: Orlando, Fla.

Folder 194

WRL: Philadelphia, Penn.

Folder 195

WRL Piedmont Regional Office: Articles and clippings

Folder 196

WRL Piedmont Regional Office: Committee meeting minutes

Folder 197

WRL Piedmont Regional Office: Financial records

Folder 198

WRL Piedmont Regional Office: Lesbian and gay rights

Folder 199

WRL Piedmont Regional Office: Key lists, 1992

Folder 200-201

Folder 200

Folder 201

WRL Piedmont Regional Office: Mailings from WRL National office

Folder 202-203

Folder 202

Folder 203

WRL Piedmont Regional Office: Miscellaneous materials

Folder 204

WRL: Richmond, Va.

Folder 205

WRL: Seattle, Wash.

Folder 206-210

Folder 206

Folder 207

Folder 208

Folder 209

Folder 210

WRL West Regional Office

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About 9,200 items.

Arrangement: by subject.

Flyers, brochures, informational bulletins, planning notes, clippings, and other materials related to various protests, conferences, organizations, and issues related to the War Resisters League's mission. The War Resisters League participated in some of the documented protests, while they only kept information on other events. Some of the protests prominently represented include the Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign, the 1987 National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights, the 1976 Continental Walk for Disarmament and Social Justice, the 20th anniversary of the National March on Washington, the Women's Peace Walk, and the Women's Roundhouse for Survival. Also included are pamphlets, mailings, clippings, and other materials produced by other peace and social justice organizations with which the War Resisters League either worked or communicated. These organizations include the American Friends Service Committee, the Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, the National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee, the Fellowship of Reconciliation, the Southern Organizing Committee for Economic Justice, Jobs with Peace, and the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. The collection also contains various informational materials on issues related to the peace and social justice movements. Those include draft registration and resistance, apartheid in South Africa, nuclear disarmament, feminism, lesbian and gay rights, civil disobedience, American foreign policy in Central America, and the Vietnamese conflict.

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About 2700 items.

Arrangement: by subject.

Folder 211

Africa peace tour

Folder 212

American Peace Test: Nevada

Folder 213

Anti-draft conferences

Folder 214-215

Folder 214

Folder 215

April Actions for Peace, Jobs, and Justice, 19-22 April 1985

Folder 216-217

Folder 216

Folder 217

Black Organizers Conference, April 1984

Folder 218

Bread and Puppett Theater, 10 February 1985: Durham, N.C.

Folder 219-220

Folder 219

Folder 220

Camp Lejeune action, May 1987

Folder 221-222

Folder 221

Folder 222

Cancel the Countdown (Trident II Missile), 1987: Cape Canaveral, Fla.

Folder 223

Centerfest, 1987

Folder 224

Central America-Caribbean Organizers Conference, 24-26 February 1984

Folder 225

Central America Teach-In, 1 June 1985: Durham, N.C.

Folder 226-227

Folder 226

Folder 227

Continental Walk for Disarmament and Social Justice, 1976

Folder 228

Deadly Connections Conference, 1984

Folder 229

Disarmament actions

Folder 230

Disarmament rally, 12 June 1982

Folder 231

Disarmament retreat, 11-13 December 1987

End Conscription Campaign, 1987 tour

Folder 232

Fannie Lou Hamer Convention, 15-17 July 1988: Atlanta, Ga.

Folder 233

Fast for Life, 1983

Folder 234

Feminism and nonviolence conferences

Folder 235

Fort Bragg action, 26 March 1988

Folder 236

Hiroshima/Nagasaki Anniversary, 1986: Durham, N.C.

Folder 237

Hiroshima/Nagasaki anniversary, 1986: Durham/Chapel Hill, N.C.

Folder 237a

Ku Klux Klan March, 14 June 1987: Durham, N.C.

Folder 238-240

Folder 238

Folder 239

Folder 240

March on Washington (20th Anniversary), 27 August 1983

Folder 241

March on Washington (25th Anniversary), 27 August 1988

Folder 242

Mobilization for Survival: National Actions, 22-24 September 1984

Folder 243

National Feminism and Nonviolence Conference, 1984

Folder 244-247

Folder 244

Folder 245

Folder 246

Folder 247

National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights, 1987

Folder 248

National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights: Atlanta March Committee

Folder 249-253

Folder 249

Folder 250

Folder 251

Folder 252

Folder 253

National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights: North Carolina March Committee

Folder 254

National marches: Miscellaneous

Folder 255-256

Folder 255

Folder 256

National Mobilizatin for Justice and Peace in Central America and Southern Africa, 25-27 April 1987.

Folder 257

National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee: Conference, 23-25 May 1986

Folder 258

National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee: Conference, 1987

Folder 259

National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee: Conference, 1988

Folder 260

Not In Our Name Action, 18-19 November 1984

Folder 261

Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign

Folder 262

Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign: Asheville, N.C.

Folder 263-264

Folder 263

Folder 264

Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign: Background

Folder 265

Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign: Chapel Hill, N.C.

Folder 266

Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign: Critiques

Folder 267

Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign: Durham, N.C.

Folder 268

Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign: National Office

Folder 269

Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign: North Carolina Freeze Conference

Folder 270

Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign: North Carolinians for the Freeze

Folder 271

Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign: Raleigh, N.C.

Folder 272-273

Folder 272

Folder 273

Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign: Updates

Folder 274

"Peace Train": Florida Action, 1985

Folder 275-276

Folder 275

Folder 276

Peace walks

Folder 277

Progressives Retreat, 10 January 1987

Folder 278

RDU Action

Folder 279

South Africa: Duke actions

Folder 280

Southeast Nonviolence Conference, 5-9 August 1985

Folder 281

Southeast Women's Gathering, 1985

Folder 282

Stop Trident II: Kings Bay, Ga.

Folder 283-285

Folder 283

Folder 284

Folder 285

Triangle Lesbian-Gay Pride March: Durham, N.C., 1986

Folder 286

United Nations Special Session on Disarmament, 31 May-24 June 1988

Folder 287

War toys boycott

Folder 288-289

Folder 288

Folder 289

West Germany trip, 29 August-12 September 1983

Folder 290

Wib Gulley recall effort: opposition

Folder 291

Women's Conferences

Folder 292-293

Folder 292

Folder 293

Women's Peace Camp, Savannah River Plant, 21-24 October 1983

Folder 293a

Women's Peace Walk: Ideas file, 1988

Folder 294

Women's peace encampments

Folder 295-296

Folder 295

Folder 296

Women's Peace Walk: Diary and Notes

Folder 297

Women's Peace Walk: Fort McClellan, Ala., 1985

Folder 298

Women's Peace Walk: Itinerary and Maps

Folder 299

Women's Peace Walk: Returns

Folder 300-302

Folder 300

Folder 301

Folder 302

Women's Peace Walk to Women's Peace Camp: Durham, N.C., to Seneca, N.Y., 1983

Folder 303

Women's Pentagon Action

Folder 304

Women's Roundhouse for Survival

Folder 305

Women's Roundhouse for Survival: Financial Documents

Folder 306

Women's Roundhouse for Survival: Labels and Mailing Lists

Folder 307

Women's Roundhouse for Survival: Meeting Minutes

Folder 308

Women's Roundhouse for Survival: Mockups

Folder 309

World Peace March, 1982

Folder 310

YWCA Women's Walk, 1985

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About 2,000 items.

Arrangement: by subject.

Folder 311

Agape Foundation

Folder 312

A. J. Muste Memorial Institute

Folder 313-314

Folder 313

Folder 314

American Friends Service Committee

Folder 315

Amnesty International: Death Penalty Briefing

Folder 316-318

Folder 316

Folder 317

Folder 318

Appalachian Project

Folder 319

Arkansas Peace Center

Folder 320

Atlanta Tax Conversion Group

Folder 321

Atlanta Workshop in Nonviolence

Folder 322

Black-American Network for Peace and Justice

Folder 323

Campaign for Human Development

Folder 324

Center for Democratic Renewal

Folder 325-327

Folder 325

Folder 326

Folder 327

Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors (CCCO)

Folder 328-329

Folder 328

Folder 329

Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors (CCCO): Military Publications

Folder 330-331

Folder 330

Folder 331

Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors (CCCO): Tour, 1986

Folder 332

Chapel Hill Peace Center

Folder 333-334

Folder 333

Folder 334

Coalition for a New Foreign and Military Policy

Folder 335

Committee Against Registration and the Draft (CARD)

Folder 336

Community Church of Chapel Hill

Folder 337

Conference centers

Folder 338

Duke Draft Coalition

Folder 339

Durham Congregations to Reverse the Arms Race

Folder 340

Durham Progressive Forum

Folder 341

Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR)

Folder 342

Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR): Jim Forest - Vietnam letter controversy

Folder 343-344

Folder 343

Folder 344

Foundations: Miscellaneous

Folder 345

Friends Committee on National Legislation (FCNL)

Folder 346

Fund for Southern Communities

Folder 347

Grant-writing materials

Folder 348

Greensboro Justice Fund

Folder 349

Ground Zero

Folder 350

Humanity Fund

Folder 351

Institute for Nonviolent Study and Action, Duke University

Folder 352

Institute for Policy Studies: Article reprints

Folder 353

Institute for Policy Studies: Publications

Folder 354

Institute for the Study of Nonviolence

Folder 355

Interfaith Center to Reverse the Arms Race

Folder 356-357

Folder 356

Folder 357

International Seminar on Training for Nonviolent Action

Folder 358-359

Folder 358

Folder 359

Jobs With Peace

Folder 360

Jobs With Peace: Boston

Folder 361

Jobs With Peace: Durham

Folder 362

Mass Open Resistance

Folder 363

Media Network

Folder 364

Mid-Peninsula Peace Conversion

Folder 365

Mobilization for Survival

Folder 366

Movement for a New Society

Folder 367

National Action/Research on the Military-Industrial Complex (NARMIC)

Folder 368

National Interreligious Service Board for Conscientious Objectors

Folder 369

National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee

Folder 370

National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee: Administrative Committee

Folder 371

North Carolina Central University Disarmament Group

Folder 372

North Carolina Peace Network

Folder 373

Nuclear Information and Resource Service (NIRS)

Folder 374

"Nuke Watch": The Progressive Foundation, Inc.

Folder 375

Oak Ridge Project

Folder 376

Palmetto Alliance

Folder 377

Pax Christi

Folder 378

Peace Development Fund

Folder 379

Physicians for Social Responsibility

Folder 380

Public Citizen: Mailings

Folder 381

Quaker House

Folder 382

RECON Publications

Folder 383

Resist: A Call to Resist Illegitimate Authority

Folder 384

Richmond Human Rights Coalition

Folder 385

SANE

Folder 386

SANE/FREEZE

Folder 387

Southeastern Lesbian Network: Notes from Meetings

Folder 388

Southern Exposure

Folder 389-390

Folder 389

Folder 390

Southern Organizing Committee for Economic Justice

Folder 391

Southern Phone Tax Campaign

Folder 392

Syracuse Peace Council

Folder 393

Triangle Area Lesbian Feminists

Folder 394

Triangle Friends of the United Farm Workers

Folder 395

Triangle Project on Military Spending and Human Needs

Folder 396

Union of Concerned Scientists

Folder 397

University of California Nuclear Weapons Lab Conversion Project

Folder 398

Women Against Violence Against Women

Folder 399-400

Folder 399

Folder 400

Women Against Violence Against Women: Album cover campaign

Folder 401

Women Against Violence Against Women: Organizing

Folder 402

Women's Center, Durham, N.C.

Folder 403

Women's Counter-Recruiting Campaign

Folder 404

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom

Folder 405

Women's Pentagon Action

Folder 406

The Youth Project

Folder 407

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.3. Issues, 1968-1989.

About 4,500 items.

Arrangement: by subject.

Folder 408-409

Folder 408

Folder 409

Amnesty for Vietnam War draft resisters

Folder 410

Anarchism

Folder 411

Anti-draft flyers

Folder 412-414

Folder 412

Folder 413

Folder 414

Arkansas: Background information

Folder 415

Arms sales

Folder 416

B-1 bomber

Folder 417

Blacks and disarmament

Folder 418

Central America

Folder 419-420

Folder 419

Folder 420

Civil defense

Folder 421-424

Folder 421

Folder 422

Folder 423

Folder 424

Civil disobedience training

Folder 425

Commission mailing

Folder 426

Cold War

Folder 427

Congressional voting records

Folder 428

Corporate militarism

Folder 429-434

Folder 429

Folder 430

Folder 431

Folder 432

Folder 433

Folder 434

Counter-recruiting

Folder 435-436

Folder 435

Folder 436

The Day After programming

Folder 437

Department of Defense

Folder 438

Disarmament articles

Folder 439-441

Folder 439

Folder 440

Folder 441

Draft resistance

Folder 442

Elections, 1988

Folder 443-446

Folder 443

Folder 444

Folder 445

Folder 446

"Euromissiles"

Folder 447

"Euromissiles": The southern connection

Folder 448

E. P. Thompson

Folder 449

Federal budget, 1983

Folder 450-452

Folder 450

Folder 451

Folder 452

Feminist resources

Folder 453-455

Folder 453

Folder 454

Folder 455

Feminist resources: Feminism and nonviolence

Folder 456

Feminist resources: Organizing

Folder 457

Feminist resources: Pornography

Folder 458

Feminist resources: Violence against women in the media

Folder 459

Feminist resources: Women and direct action

Folder 460

Feminist resources: Women and nuclear power/weapons

Folder 461

First-strike weapons

Folder 462

Foreign policy articles

Folder 463

Fundraising ideas

Folder 464

Health effects of nuclear exposure

Folder 465

Iran

Folder 466

J. P. Stevens boycott

Folder 467

Kentucky: Background information

Folder 468

Ku Klux Klan

Folder 469

Lesbian and gay rights

Folder 470

Lists of government officials

Folder 471

Magda Enriquez tour

Folder 472

Maps

Folder 473-474

Folder 473

Folder 474

Middle East

Folder 475-476

Folder 475

Folder 476

Military budget

Folder 477

Military draft articles

Folder 478

Military-industrial complex

Folder 479

Military publicity

Folder 480

Military spending and college campuses

Folder 481

MX Missile

Folder 482

National Guard deployment to Central America

Folder 483

National service

Folder 484

NATO

Folder 485

Neutron bomb

Folder 486

Non-registration

Folder 487-488

Folder 487

Folder 488

Nonviolent civil defense

Folder 489

Nonviolent direct action

Folder 490

North Carolina: Defense contracts

Folder 491a-491b

North Carolina and the military

Folder 492

Nuclear accidents

Folder 493

Nuclear activism resources

Folder 494-496

Folder 494

Folder 495

Folder 496

Nuclear arms race

Folder 497

Nuclear power

Folder 498

Nuclear weapons

Folder 499-501

Folder 499

Folder 500

Folder 501

Organizing

Folder 502-503

Folder 502

Folder 503

Peace conversion

Folder 504

Peace education/peace studies programs

Folder 505

Pershing Plowshares trial

Folder 506

Pledge of Resistance

Folder 507

Prison

Folder 508

Prison reform

Folder 509

Question lists

Folder 510

Racism

Folder 511

Racism workshop materials

Folder 512-514

Folder 512

Folder 513

Folder 514

Registration and the draft

Folder 515

Registration and the draft: clippings

Folder 516-519

Folder 516

Folder 517

Folder 518

Folder 519

Reprints

Folder 520

Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Plant

Folder 521-522

Folder 521

Folder 522

ROTC and Junior ROTC

Folder 523

SALT talks

Folder 524

Seabrook Nuclear Power Plant

Folder 525

Selective service law: Text

Folder 526

Selective service system

Folder 527

Sharon Thompson for North Carolina House of Representatives: Primary election

Folder 528

Sharon Thompson for North Carolina House of Representatives: General Election

Folder 529

Sheet music

Folder 530

Solidarity movement in Poland

Folder 531-534

Folder 531

Folder 532

Folder 533

Folder 534

South Africa

Folder 535

South Africa and other African nations

Folder 536

Southern defense contracts

Folder 537-538

Folder 537

Folder 538

Soviet Union

Folder 539

Space shuttle: Military uses

Folder 540-541

Folder 540

Folder 541

"Star Wars" (Strategic Defense Initiative)

Folder 542

Supercollider

Folder 543

Surveys from outside organizations

Folder 544

Tennessee: Background information

Folder 545

Third world/Minority women and liberation struggles

Folder 546

Trident missiles

Folder 547

Unemployment

Folder 548

Unilateral disarmament

Folder 549-550

Folder 549

Folder 550

U. S. South: Background materials

Folder 551-554

Folder 551

Folder 552

Folder 553

Folder 554

Vietnamese conflict

Folder 555

Violence against women

Folder 556-557

Folder 556

Folder 557

War tax alternative funds

Folder 558-562

Folder 558

Folder 559

Folder 560

Folder 561

Folder 562

War tax resistance

Folder 563

Weapons systems

Folder 564

Women and the military

Folder 565

Women and the military: Articles

Folder 566-567

Folder 566

Folder 567

Women and the military: Military publications

Folder 568

Women and the military: Notebook

Folder 569

Women's file

Folder 570

Workfare

Folder 571

World Peace Tax Fund

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 5. Informational Packets, 1971-1991.

About 1,100 items.

Arrangement: by organization.

Informational packets produced by the War Resisters League and other peace and social justice organizations. Some of the packets were produced for attendees of a particular conference, while others were meant to be available for general distribution. War Resisters League packets include instructional materials for organizers, as well as materials on the nuclear weapons freeze campaign and on ROTC and Junior ROTC programs. Packets compiled by other organizations such as Jobs with Peace and the American Friends Service Committee, deal with issues such as nuclear disarmament, fundraising, war tax resistance, and civil disobedience training.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.2. Other Informational Packets, 1971-1988.

About 800 items.

Arrangement: by title.

Folder 584

"Amerika Packet": American Friends Service Committee

Folder 585

"Amerika, the United States, and the Soviet Union": Media briefing packet

Folder 586

"Beyond Containment Project": Coalition for a New Foreign Policy

Folder 587

"Bibliography on Training for Nonviolent Action"

Folder 588

"Blockade the Bombmakers: Civil Disobedience Campaign Handbook"

Folder 589

"Civil Defense Information Packet: Taproot Peace Center"

Folder 590a

"Daring to Change: Perspectives on Feminism and Nonviolence"

Folder 590b

" The Day After Organizing Packet": National Freeze Campaign

Folder 591

"Deadly Connections Organizing Packet": Mobilization for Survival

Folder 592

"Death Penalty Information Kit": Institute for Southern Studies

Folder 593

Draft packet: Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors

Folder 594

"A Facilitator's Guide to Presenting Workshops on Lesbian and Gay Issues"

Folder 595

"Fundraising Strategies for Grassroots Organizations"

Folder 596

"The Gaycare Report: Fundraising in the Gay Community"

Folder 597

"Gender Gap Action Campaign: Express Team Organizing Kit"

Folder 598

Grantseekers seminar packet

Folder 599

"Grassroots Action Days: Organizers Packet"

Folder 600

Hiroshima packet

Folder 601

"The Hope of Never Again: An Organizer's Packet for Commemorating Hiroshima and Nagasaki"

Folder 602

"How to Set Up a Resource Library"

Folder 603

Jobs with Peace, 1983 information packet

Folder 604

"Jobs with Peace: Build Homes Not Bombs Organizing Kit"

Folder 605

Jobs with Peace Southeastern Regional Strategy Conference packet

Folder 606

Jobs with Peace Week organizing kit

Folder 607

"Mothers and Others Connecting All Organizer's Packet"

Folder 608

"National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, National Lobby Days, 1989"packet

Folder 609

"National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights Organizing Kit"

Folder 610

National Week for Pursuing Peace with Justice, 23-29 May 1983 Informational packet

Folder 611-612

Folder 611

Folder 612

"New Manhattan Project: Nuclear Mapping Kit"

Folder 613

"Nuclear Free Zone Organizing Packet"

Folder 614

"Nuclear War Prevention Kit": Center for Defense Information

Folder 615

"Organizer's Guide to the Nuclear House Meeting Campaign"

Folder 616

"Organizing a Public Hearing on the Federal Budget": Jobs with Peace

Folder 617

Peace with Justice Week information packet

Folder 618

"Peace with Justice Week Organizer's Booklet"

Folder 619

People's Tax Campaign organizer's packet

Folder 620

"Reclaim the Test Site Action Handbook"

Folder 621

"Remember Chernobyl Organizer's Packet": Friends of the Earth Foundation

Folder 622-624

Folder 622

Folder 623

Folder 624

"Resource Packet for Nonviolent Trainers"

Folder 625

Saint Louis Pledge of Resistance packet

Folder 626

"Stop Nuclear War: The Nuclear War Prevention Manual"

Folder 627

"Stop War Toys Campaign Packet"

Folder 628

"Up Against the Wall Street Journal Training Handbook"

Folder 629

"U.S. Defense Policy: Mainstream Views and Nonviolent Alternatives": Institute for Policy Studies

Folder 630

"The Violence of Racism and Militarism: The U.S. and South Africa"

Folder 631-632

Folder 631

Folder 632

War tax resistance packet

Folder 633

"Women's Packet on Chile"

Folder 634

"Women's Poll Project": Women's International League for Peace and Freedom

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 6. Publications, 1970-1995.

About 900 items.

Arrangement: by title.

Newsletters, magazines, manuals, reports, and other publications from the War Resisters League and other activist organizations. Earlier War Resisters League publications include WIN Magazine, a magazine covering issues related to the peace movement, and WRL News, a newsletter covering War Resisters League events and actions. In 1984, both of these publications ceased, and their functions were merged into The Nonviolent Activist. Also included are War Resisters League calendars, often referred to as "peace calendars," which were sold to raise money for the national organization. Newsletters from various WRL regional offices and local chapters, including the War Resisters League, Southeastern Regional Office, are also present in the collection. Non-WRL publications include magazines and newsletters produced by organizations such as the Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, Mobilization for Survival, and the National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee. Also included are reports issued by the United States military on the distribution of military contracts with private industry.

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About 350 items.

Arrangement: by title.

Folder 635-638

Folder 635

Folder 636

Folder 637

Folder 638

The Nonviolent Activist, 1984-1995

Folder 639

The Nonviolent Activist: Publication Committee

Folder 640-647

Folder 640

Folder 641

Folder 642

Folder 643

Folder 644

Folder 645

Folder 646

Folder 647

War Resisters League Calendar, 1973-1980

Folder 648-651

Folder 648

Folder 649

Folder 650

Folder 651

War Resisters League Calendar, 1982-1985

Folder 652

War Resisters League Calendar, 1987

Folder 653-677

Folder 653

Folder 654

Folder 655

Folder 656

Folder 657

Folder 658

Folder 659

Folder 660

Folder 661

Folder 662

Folder 663

Folder 664

Folder 665

Folder 666

Folder 667

Folder 668

Folder 669

Folder 670

Folder 671

Folder 672

Folder 673

Folder 674

Folder 675

Folder 676

Folder 677

WIN Magazine, 1972-1983

Folder 678

WIN Magazine: Lists of Missing Issues

Folder 679

WRL Guide to War Tax Resistance

Folder 680-682

Folder 680

Folder 681

Folder 682

WRL News, 1972-1984

Folder 683

WRL Organizers Manual, 1974

Folder 684

WRL Organizers Manual, 1981

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 6.3. Other Publications, 1970-1991.

About 500 items.

Arrangement: by title and type.

Folder 693

Aegis: Magazine on Ending Violence Against Women

Folder 694

Aftermath: A Report on Sexual Assault in North Carolina

Folder 695

Behind Bars (Chicago Area Draft Resisters)

Folder 696

Black/Out: The Magazine of the National Coalition of Black Lesbians and Gays

Folder 697

BLK: The National Black Lesbian and Gay Newsmagazine

Folder 698

Bread and Roses Newsletter

Folder 699

CCCO News Notes

Folder 700

Chapel Hill Peace Center Newsletter

Folder 701

Counter-Pentagon (CCCO)

Folder 702-703

Folder 702

Folder 703

Crossroads: Quality of Life in a Nuclear World (curricula published by Jobs with Peace)

Folder 704

Department of Defense Organization and Functions Handbook

Folder 705

Disarmament Campaigns

Folder 706

Disarmament Times: NGO Disarmament Committee at U.N. Headquarters

Folder 707

Donnelly/Colt Catalogues

Folder 708

Employment Research Associates publications

Folder 709

Equipping the United States Army: Building an Army of Excellence

Folder 710

The Frontline: Civil Defense and Nuclear War

Folder 711

Houston Peace News

Folder 712-713

Folder 712

Folder 713

Ladyslipper catalogs and resource guides

Folder 714

Lambda: Carolina Gay and Lesbian Association Newsletter

Folder 715-718

Folder 715

Folder 716

Folder 717

Folder 718

Military publications

Folder 719

The Mobilizer (Mobilization for Survival

Folder 720

Network News (National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee)

Folder 721-723

Folder 721

Folder 722

Folder 723

The Newsletter

Folder 724

The Newsletter: Procedures manual

Folder 725

The Objector

Folder 726

On the Job: Women and Work in North Carolina

Folder 727

Philadelphia War Tax Resistance

Folder 728

Plowshare News (Plowshare Peace Center)

Folder 729

Resource Center for Nonviolence Newsletter

Folder 730

Rural Southern Voice for Peace

Folder 731

San Francisco Bay area directories

Folder 732-733

Folder 732

Folder 733

Shrewd as Serpents, Gentle as Doves: A Non-violent Strategy for Radical Change

Folder 734

Southern Fight-Back

Folder 735

Tallahassee Peace Coalition Newsletter

Folder 736

Tax Talk (War Tax Resistance)

Folder 737

Training for Nonviolent Action

Folder 738

Washington Memo (Mennonite Central Committee)

Folder 739

Washington Peace Center Newsletter

Folder 740

Where Do We Go From Here? Tactics and Strategies for the Peace Movement

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 7. Slide Shows, 1972-1991.

About 50 items.

Arrangement: by title.

Slide shows, with slides arranged and housed in carousels, assembled by the War Resisters League and other organizations, as well as scripts and other materials related to the slide shows, on various issues related to the peace movement. Included are Forgotten History: Fifty Years of Nonviolence in America, a pictorial history of the War Resisters League, as well as slide shows on draft resistance, Strategic Defense Initiative, war tax resistance, and the consequences of nuclear war.

NOTE: Slides are not available for all of the slide shows mentioned in the collection. For some, only the scripts and other materials are available. Consult the folder list for notes on the availability of slides.

Folder 741

Active Nonviolence: A Possible Alternative

Box 64

Active Nonviolence: A Possible Alternative (slide show)

Folder 742

Automated Air War

Box 65

Automated Air War (slide show)

Folder 743

Children of Hiroshima

Box 65

Children of Hiroshima (slide show)

Folder 744

Choice or Chance: Registration, Recruitment and the Draft (no slides available)

Folder 745

The Dream of an Impenetrable Shield: Ballistic Missile Defense in the Nuclear Age

Box 67

The Dream of an Impenetrable Shield: Ballistic Missile Defense in the Nuclear Age (slide show)

Folder 746

Forgotten History: Fifty Years of Nonviolence in America

Box 66-67

Box 66

Box 67

Forgotten History: Fifty Years of Nonviolence in America (slide show)

Folder 747

The Last Slide Show

Box 68

The Last Slide Show (slide show)

Folder 748

More than a Paycheck: War Tax Resistance in America

Box 69

More than a Paycheck: War Tax Resistance in America (slide show)

Folder 749

Nuclear War Graphics Package

Box 70

Nuclear War Graphics Package (slide show)

Not all slides included.

Folder 750

Whose Budget is it Anyway?

Box 71

Whose Budget is it Anyway? (slide show)

Folder 751

Miscellaneous slideshows (no slides available)

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 8. Photographs, 1979-1987 and undated.

69 items.

Arrangement: by subject.

Photographs of various WRL members at the 1979 War Resisters League National Conference, photographs taken by the North Carolina March Committee at the 1987 National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights, and other miscellaneous photographs.

Image Folder P-5213/1

1979 WRL Conference

Image Folder P-5213/2

North Carolina March Committee

Image Folder P-5213/3

Miscellaneous

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 9. Posters, 1979-1988 and undated.

38 items.

Posters produced by the War Resisters League and other peace and social justice organizations. Some posters advertise specific protest actions, while others illustrate pacifist views on issues such as capital punishment, nuclear disarmament, draft resistance, anti-militarism, and prison reform. Included are posters, printed in German, which likely were printed for protests in West Germany against the NATO deployment of nuclear missiles in Europe.

Extra Oversize Paper Folder XOPF-5213/1

Posters

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 10. Miscellaneous Materials, 1970-1986.

About 750 items.

Arrangement: by type.

Articles, catalogs, clippings, informational packets, notes, publications, and other materials which were not organized by the WRL/SE office.

Folder 752

Miscellaneous articles

Folder 753

Miscellaneous catalogs

Folder 754-757

Folder 754

Folder 755

Folder 756

Folder 757

Miscellaneous clippings

Folder 758-765

Folder 758

Folder 759

Folder 760

Folder 761

Folder 762

Folder 763

Folder 764

Folder 765

Miscellaneous documents

Folder 766

Miscellaneous informational packets

Folder 767

Miscellaneous notes

Folder 768-778

Folder 768

Folder 769

Folder 770

Folder 771

Folder 772

Folder 773

Folder 774

Folder 775

Folder 776

Folder 777

Folder 778

Miscellaneous publications

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 11. Audio-visual materials.

16 items.

Arrangement: format and title

Films, a videotape, and a cassette owned by the War Resisters League, Southeast Regional Office. The films mostly deal with the Vietnamese conflict. The cassette tape is a lecture given by Dr. Helen Caldicott, the founder of Physicians for Social Responsibility, to California state officials about the dangers of nuclear power.

Film F-5213/1

Like a Beautiful Child

Film F-5213/2-3

F-5213/2

F-5213/3

Once Upon a War

Film F-5213/4-5

F-5213/4

F-5213/5

The Selling of the Pentagon

Film F-5213/6

Vietnam and Beyond

Film F-5213/7

Vietnam Dialogue #3

Film F-5213/8

Vietnam : How In, How Out?

Film F-5213/9

Vietnam: Still America's War

Film F-5213/10

Village by Village

Film F-5213/11

War's Children

Film F-5213/12

What Can I Do

Film F-5213/13-14

F-5213/13

F-5213/14

Who Invited Us?

Videotape VT-5213/1

"Zero-Time": An Action for Peace

Audiocassette C-5213/1

A Talk by Dr. Helen Caldicott

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