Author Archives: Hilary Morrish

NARAL Pro-Choice Georgia Records Now Available for Researchers

NARAL Pro-Choice Georgia described itself as “the political arm of the pro-choice movement.” Incorporated in 1980 as the Georgia Abortion Rights Action League (GARAL), [photo of the NARAL Pro-Choice Georgia march in Washington, D.C. in 1992, W072-105_26_001] NARAL Pro-Choice Georgia … Continue reading

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Come Eat Your Lunch!! Brown Bag Lecture, October 16th at noon Library South 8th Floor, in the Colloquium Room

Diana Eidson, Assistant Director of Lower Division Studies and a Ph.D. Candidate in Rhetoric and Composition will be giving a Lecture on , “Using Affective Discourse in Social Movements: Case Studies from Operation Dixie to Occupy Wall Street.” Georgia State University … Continue reading

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October is Archives Month, “The Gift of Activism: Which Side Are You On?” Exhibit Now Open on Library South, 8th Floor

Fowke, Edith, Joe Glazer, and Kenneth I. (Kenneth Ira) Bray. Songs of Work and Freedom. Chicago: Roosevelt University, 1960. Musical Score. Spec. M1977.L3 F8

The Gift of Activism: Which Side Are You On?  an online preview of the exhibit, to see more, come to Special Collections and Archives, Located on LS8.  Every October, archives and repositories across the country celebrate Archives Month in order to showcase their … Continue reading

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The Gift of Activism: Which Side Are You On?

A woman's Place is in her union

Every October, archives and repositories across the country celebrate Archives Month in order to showcase their collections and raise awareness of their work. In Georgia, the theme for this year’s Archives Month is, The Gift From One Generation To the … Continue reading

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Brown Bag Lecture; More than a Run Up a Hill

More Than a Run Up a Hill: The Spanish-American War 1898 Presented by Dr. Mark Barnes The Spanish-American War of 1898 represents a largely forgotten episode in U.S. history. Using period photography and illustrations, this presentation will explore the conflict, … Continue reading

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Brown Bag Lecture, Baseball in Atlanta

A Brown Bag Lecture slideshow will be held on October 10, 2011 at noon in Library South’s Colloquium Room. Guest speaker Paul Crater, Vice President, Research Services at the Atlanta History Center, will be giving a presentation based on his … Continue reading

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Georgia Archives Month is Georgia History…Worth Saving!

Archives Month is here!!! Every October, archives and repositories across the country celebrate Archives Month in order to showcase their collections and raise awareness of their work. The theme for this year’s Georgia Archives Month is Georgia History…Worth Saving! At … Continue reading

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Georgia’s History…….Worth Saving!

Atlanta Crackers, circa 1930’s, from the Lane Brothers Photographer Collection, LBCB011-057a Next month is Georgia Archives Month, and every October, archives and repositories across the country celebrate Archives Month in order to showcase their collections and raise awareness of their work. … Continue reading

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Southern Labor Archives Periodicals

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Beginning a little over a year ago, Special Collections and Archives saw the importance of having the Southern Labor periodicals catalogued as a highly useful resource to students and researchers alike. Continue reading

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