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United States -- Race relations

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 records:

Chester I. Lewis papers

 Collection
Call Number: RH MS 558
Overview

Chester I. Lewis (1928-1990), a Hutchinson, Kansas native, became a Wichita-based attorney and leader in the modern Civil Rights movement. This collection of his papers primarily reflects his leadership in the NAACP "Young Turks" organization and other civil rights efforts.

Dates: 1948 - 1991

Harold Covington collection

 Collection
Call Number: RH WL MS 52
Overview Harold Covington, active in the 1980s-2010s in the United States, was a neo-Nazi who wrote for, participated in, and ran several right-wing organizations, including but not limited to the Confederate National Congress, National Pioneer Association, National Socialist Liberation Front, National Socialists of America, Thoughtcrimes, and the National Front. He participated with the American Nazi Party in 1979 during the Greensboro Massacre, and a large portion of this collection contans...
Dates: 1980 - 2011

William Tuttle's research and teaching in African American history and the history of racial violence in 20th century America

 Collection
Call Number: RH MS 1472
Overview

The Bill Tuttle papers are the works, notes, and self-collected documents of a long-time American studies and African / African-American studies professor at the University of Kansas. The collection includes research notes, writings, teaching files, and subject files regarding the 1919 Chicago race riots; the 1921 Tulsa, Oklahoma race riots; 20th century racial violence; and more general topics of African American history in the United States.

Dates: 1899 - 2016