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Lawrence Coalition for Peace and Justice (Lawrence, Kan.)


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Lawrence Coalition for Peace and Justice records

Call Number: RH MS 490

The Lawrence Coalition for Peace and Justice was founded in Lawrence, Kansas, in 1976, by the members of the Oread Meeting of the Society of Friends. The collection of their records includes political broadsides and bumper stickers, buttons, and records for the Lawrence Coalition for Peace and Justice.

Dates: 1966 - 1985

Lawrence Peace Center records

Call Number: RH MS 1417

This collection consists of correspondence, minutes of the Lawrence Peace Center's Steering Committee, newsletters, pamphlets, and newspaper clippings belonging to the Lawrence Peace Center, an organization that focused on anti-war movements regarding the Vietnam War. Also included are letters addressed to politicians and anti-war voting information.

Dates: 1964 - 1981

Mark Larson papers

Call Number: RH MS 975
Overview Mark Larson, a resident of Lawrence, Kansas, was involved in local, state, national and international efforts related to peace and social and economic justice concerns. These papers (mostly publications, notes and e-mails) reflect his involvement and include environmental initiatives, peace witness, Latin American assistance (especially the sister cities project with El Papaturro, El Salvador) and community concerns with living wage, poverty and hunger, health and fair trade, as well as...
Dates: 1964 - 2009

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Peace movements -- Kansas -- Lawrence 2
Antinuclear movement -- Kansas -- Lawrence 1
Day after (Motion picture) 1
El Papaturro (El Salvador) -- Social conditions 1
Environmental education -- Kansas 1