Papers of Florynce Kennedy, (inclusive), (bulk) 1915-2004 1947-1993


Papers of Florynce Kennedy, (inclusive), (bulk) 1915-2004 1947-1993

The papers of Florynce Kennedy, lawyer, political activist, civil rights advocate, lecturer and feminist.

14.45 linear ft.; (31 + 1/2 file boxes, 1 folio box, 1 carton) plus 4 folio folders, 2 folio+ folders, 1 oversized folder, 15 photograph folders, 205 videotapes, 1 motion picture


SNAC Resource ID: 6387255

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"Harry Warren, was born Salvatore Guaragna Warren, on December 24th, 1893 in Brooklyn, New York (died 22 September 1981, Los Angeles, California, USA.) One of the most important of all the popular film composers, Warren is probably best remembered for the innovative 30s film musicals he scored with lyricist Al Dubin. A son of Italian immigrants, from a family of 12, Warren taught himself to play accordion and piano, and joined a touring carnival show in his teens. Later, he worked in a variety o...

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Burr, Dick (person)

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Wright, Ben (person)

Vincent, Hubert (person)

Epithet: engraver British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000352.0x000087 ...

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Simmons, Dee (person)

Billie Allen Grant (person)

Alan Warren Haig (person)

Cecilia Jason Dederich (person)

Boomechir, Nasri (person)

Carol Fraser (person)

Columbia Student Defense Fund (corporateBody)

Internal Revenue Service (corporateBody)

Levar Burton (person)

Women's Solidarity Committee Against Racism, War, and Poverty (corporateBody)

Maynard, Joan, 1921-1998 (person)

Black United Front (corporateBody)

Azzedine Layachi (person)

Neighbor to Neighbor) (corporateBody)

Don Cayea (person)

Sutherland, Iris (person)

Kristaponis, Barbara (person)

Jeannette Rankin Brigade (corporateBody)

The Jeannette Rankin Brigade (named in honor of the first woman to be elected to Congress) was a coalition of women's groups that demonstrated in Washington, D.C. on January 15, 1968 against the war in Vietnam. Leaders of the organization presented a petition asking Congress to end the war and arrange for the withdrawal of U.S. troops. From the description of Jeannette Rankin Brigade records, 1967-1968. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122576157 From the guide ...

Shields, Mary Lou (person)

Johnny Colon (person)

Myers, Olivia (person)

Overton, Janet (person)

Turner, Joe (person)

O. J. Simpson (person)

Women Against Richard Nixon (WARN) (corporateBody)

Carlotta Dale (person)

John Rivers (person)

Evans, Carolyn L. (person)

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Piercy, Marge (person)

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VAC-PAC (corporateBody)

Lawrence Lader (person)

Lee, Fredd (person)

National Public Affairs Center for Television. (corporateBody)

Black Caucus (corporateBody)

Larry Wollan, Jr. (person)

Jim Walker (person)

Women's Music and Comedy Festival (corporateBody)

Steve Bagby (person)

Rose M. Jackson (person)

Warren Hinckle (person)

John W. Kelly (person)

Caruana, Stephanie (person)

Don Lynn (person)

Brummit, Houston (person)

Margaret Peg Dobbins (person)

Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) (corporateBody)

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Gerstein, Franny (person)

Proctor and Gamble (corporateBody)

Ann Allen Shockley (person)

Dell Williams (person)

Black Women Organized for Political Action (corporateBody)

Solanas, Valerie (person)

Brussell, Mae, 1922-1988 (person)

Skinner, Barbara. (person)

Bruce Bailey (person)

Cormier, Larry (person)

Black Women United for Political Action (corporateBody)

Daniel L. Garret (person)

Powell, A. Clayton (Adam Clayton), 1865-1953 (person)

National Organization for Women (NOW) (corporateBody)

Enoch Gregory (person)

Institute for new communications (corporateBody)

Salupo, Victor (person)

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Seele, Pernessa (person)

Boualia, Sherazad (person)

Madeleine Sage (person)

Black Veterans for Social Justice, Inc. (corporateBody)

James Walker (person)

Redstockings, Inc. (corporateBody)

Congressional Black Caucus (corporateBody)

Kath Reiter (person)

Green, Mark (person)

Mark Green (1932-) moved to San Francisco and became active in the "Beat Movement" as a photographer, writer, and arts advocate. He helped organize two major group exhibitions of beat-era arts and also founded the Nanny Goat Hill Gallery in San Francisco. Green was born in Cleveland Heights, Ohio in 1932, and attended the University of Miami, Florida from 1950-1952. After taking classes in journalism and philosophy, Green began a career in media and worked as a copy-boy,...

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Evans, Pat (person)

Robert Lipsyte (person)

Sutton, Percy (person)

M. Jean Herman (person)

Ghilarducci, Teresa (person)

Robert Price (person)

United States. Federal Communications Commission (corporateBody)

National Organization for Non-Parents. (corporateBody)

Crouch, Roi (person)

Eleanora McKay (person)

Karen Silkwood) (person)

Broward County Florida Coalition for the Humanistic Rights of Gays (corporateBody)

Dragonette, Rita (person)

Ophelia De Vore (person)

Bigelow, Karl (person)

Alex Quinn (person)

Sue Margolis (person)

Murphy, Jay (person)

Golar, Simeon (person)

Bronx Community College (corporateBody)

Lola Stone (person)

Lowndes, Robert (person)

Bond, Julian, 1940-2015 (person)

Julian Bond (1940- ), African American civil rights leader and politician, involved in sit-ins in Atlanta, helped found Committee on Appeal for Human Rights and the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. From the description of Julian Bond oral history interview, 1979 Apr. 10. (Georgia State University). WorldCat record id: 38727097 Julian Bond (1940- ) is a political and civil rights activist. While studying at Morehouse College in 1960, he helped form the Committee on ...

Einarson, Baldwin (person)

National Alliance of Black Feminists (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Founded 1975 and based in Chicago, Ill.; name later changed to Women's Organization for Minority Affairs. From the description of Records, 1972-1986. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70938818 ...

Gorman, Judy (person)

Dolores French (person)

Fax, Elton C. (person)

Illustrator and author; b. 1909. From the description of Elton Fax collection, 1952-1967. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70969006 Elton Clay Fax was born October 9, 1909, in Baltimore, MD. His mother was a country school teacher who believed in the power of learning, and she instilled in Elton and his brother the need to read. The only institution of public service that was not segregated when he was growing up in Baltimore was the Enoch Pratt Free Library, where he borrowed...

Little, Joan (person)

Ted Glick (person)

Kunstler, William M. (William Moses), 1919-1995 (person)

Committee to Eliminate Media Offensive to African People (corporateBody)

Stephanie Atigh (person)

Paula Caplan (person)

Sylvia Kordower (person)

New York Telephone (corporateBody)

Women's International Terrorist Conspiracy (corporateBody)

Jane Fonda (person)

Chisholm, Shirley, 1924-2005 (person)

Shirley Anita St. Hill Chisholm (1924-2005) activist, educator, politician and author was born in Brooklyn, New York, the oldest of four girls. She lived in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn with her factory worker father, Charles (originally from British Guyana) and her seamstress and domestic worker mom, Ruby Seale (who came from Barbados). Between 1927 and 1934, Chisholm was sent to live with her grandmother, Emaline Seale, in Christ Church, Barbados. Chisholm attended local school, ...

Charles Evers (person)

Joan Kramer (person)

Bennewith, Eleanor (person)

New York State Coalition for Life (corporateBody)

Dean, Morton (person)

Anna Marie Wooldridge (person)

Chris Lehman (person)

C. Vernon Mason (person)

Shkvroyich, Rosi (person)

Sally Fisher (person)

Bill Evans (person)

Gregory Lee Joey Johnson (person)

Magrini, Florence (person)

Black Liberation Army (corporateBody)

Boyd Ed Graves (person)

Bohemian Grove Action Network. (corporateBody)

Luticia Santipriya's (person)

Atille, Martina (person)

Michael Metz (person)

Charles Alexander Banks (person)

Dragonette, Ree (person)

Dragonette was born in Philadelphia and published her first volume of poems, "Like Pharao's Eye, Like Onyx Stone and Other Poems," in 1962. She has given readings in Greenwich Village coffee houses and has performed her poetry with the Eric Dolphy Quintet. She has published three books of poetry including the "Parable of the Fixed Stars (1968). From the description of Papers, 1959-1970. (Temple University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 122690730 ...

NOW Alabama chapter (corporateBody)

Cedric McClester (person)

Gold, Larry (person)

Non-Sectarian Committee for Life (corporateBody)

Nan Bostick (person)

Congress of Racial Equality (corporateBody)

Organized ca. 1942 by an interracial group of University of Chicago students and theological seminary students, and by members of the Fellowship of Reconciliation (U.S.); purpose was to eliminate all racial segregation and discrimination by means of interracial, direct nonviolent action; by 1966, CORE's official policy shifted to Black power and Black separatism while rejecting the former principles of non-violence. From the description of Collected records, 1942-1972. (Swarthmore Co...

Hal Miller (person)

Turner, Lana, 1921-1995 (person)

Lana Turner, actress. From the description of Lana Turner scrapbooks, 1939-1956, microform. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122598227 From the guide to the Lana Turner scrapbooks, [microform.], 1939-1956, (The New York Public Library. Billy Rose Theatre Division.) ...

Charles Cobb (person)

Betsy Olson West. (person)

Joanne Chesimard (person)

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) (corporateBody)

Corliss Sandoval (person)

Rory D. Sparrow (person)

King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968 (person)

Martin Luther King, Jr. (b. January 15, 1929, Atlanta, Georgia –d. April 4, 1968, Memphis, Tennessee) was an American Baptist minister and activist who was a leader in the Civil Rights Movement. He is best known for his role in the advancement of civil rights using nonviolent civil disobedience. King helped to organize the 1963 March on Washington, where he delivered his famous "I Have a Dream" speech. In 1964, King received the Nobel Peace Prize and in 1965, he helped to organize the Selma to M...

Wyatt, Barbara (person)

Marcia McBroom (person)