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The Alice Paul Papers are housed at Harvard University's Schlesinger Library at the Radcliffe Institute.

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On January 24, 2013, Dr. Carlos Muñoz, Professor in the Department of Ethnic Studies at the University of California at Berkeley and Samuel Proctor Oral History Program Advisory Board member, gave the following speech at Kent State University. Dr. Muñoz was the keynote speaker at Kent State’s annual Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration, themed “Empowering the Individual, Strengthening the Community.”

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A slideshow from the Clyde Kennard portrait unveiling at Busboys & Poets on November 14, 2013.

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Ray McGovern Portrait by Robert ShetterlyAmericans Who Tell the Truth artist and activist Robert Shetterly talks with former CIA agent Ray McGovern, one of the subjects in the AWTT portrait series, for

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AWTT asked Noam Chomsky if there was a single moment that turned him into an activist, a "Moment of Truth." 

This is his response:

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Howard Zinn Portrait by Robert ShetterlyI grew up in a family of working-class immigrants, living in tenements in Brooklyn.

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This dramatic presentation of Rachel Carson in her last year of life is highly recommended for the classroom. Watch the trailer for the film here.

To purchase this film, click here

Information from the Bullfrog Films Website:

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The Thoreau Society is a group devoted to Henry Thoreau. It's made up of scholars, writers, farmers, activists...in fact, anybody who considers him or herself a Thoreauvian. They publish and annual journal called The Concord Saunterer, and host an annual conference on the July weekend closest to Thoreau's birthday.

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In 2008, Smith College student Sarah Hunter interviewed Frances Crowe for several hours. The transcript of that interview is made available by Smith College´s Sophia Smith Collection. Read it here.

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Civil rights activist and Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) mentor Ella Josephine Baker outlines her family history, traces her growing radical tendencies, and explains the catalysts that pushed her into public activism. Baker opens the interview with her own family's history. She explains how important the church was to her family and to the life of her community, and she reflects on how that heritage affected her later social activism.

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