Radicalism -- United States
Found in 4 Records:
Conrad Creitz was a University of Kansas student in the middle and late 1960s. The collection consists of scattered notes on SDS [Students for a Democratic Society] activities in the spring of 1966; a list of right-wing organizations in Houston, Texas; an SDS membership card; May 2nd movement membership cards; and a clipping from SDS New Left Notes.
This collection consists of activist publications from the 1960s and 1970s, including from the Stevens Institute of Hoboken, New Jersey, and from the Students for a Democratic Society, maintained by Fred Whitehead from when he was a student at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kansas and Columbia University in New York.
The James Ashford Manka papers are concerned primarily with Manka's peripheral activities, including politics and religion. The collection has been arranged by subject. File folders with this subject arrangement were maintained by Manka and fall into five categories and form a rough chronology of Manka's activities.
This copy of a manuscript by Jonathan Carson describes the relationship of the John Brown Anti-Klan Committee and the Black Liberation Army to the robbery of a Brinks armored car on October 20, 1981 in Nyack, New York, where a security guard and two policemen were slain. The manuscript traces the author's own experiences and includes his perspectives of various other political action groups, including the Ku Klux Klan and the Weather Underground.