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Kansas. Commission on Civil Rights


Found in 3 Records:

Clarence Love papers

Call Number: RH MS 423

Clarence Love was a member of the Kansas House of Representatives, representing the Wyandotte County 35th District from 1966 until his retirement in 1988. The collection reflects his legislative activities during his entire 22 years of service.

Dates: 1922-1990s (bulk 1969-1989)

Kansas Commission on Civil Rights film

 Collection — Case 1
Call Number: KC AV 72

Public service announcement (PSA) film of different Kansas public figures discussing the Kansas Commission on Civil Rights, fair employment, and quality of opportunity regardless of different identities (e.g. race, religion, etc.) The film was produced by Calvin Productions of Kansas City, Missouri and has a running time of 4 minutes, 10 seconds.

Dates: approximately 1961

Reverend Robert Shelton papers

Call Number: RH MS 188
Overview The Robert Shelton Collection consists of a series of documents mainly pertaining to such issues as fair housing and racial discrimination in Kansas. Several civil rights organizations were involved in this movement and they represent a basis for the organization of this collection. They are the Council on Human Relations, the Race Relations Committee, Students for a Democratic Society, Kansas Advisory Council on Civil Rights, Kansas Commission on Civil Rights, The Methodist Church, and the...
Dates: 1961 - 1973

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