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Whitney M. Young, Jr. papers, 1960-1977

Series VI: Articles, Statements and "To Be Equal" Columns

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Box 203 Miscellaneous articles and writing by Young


Box 203 Miscellaneous articles and writing by others


Box 203 1960 ". . . the Negro Community"

(1979 Gift)


Box 203 Article, 1963-1970:


Box 203 Preface to Racial Crisis in America, 1963


Box 203 Articles, 1963


Box 203 U.S. News and World Report, 1964


Box 203 Amsterdam News Columns, 1964


Box 203 Miscellaneous, 1964


Box 203 NASM (Nathan Cohen)



Box 204 Article of the American Federationist, November 1966


Box 204 Foreword to Janet Harris book on the Civil Rights Movement, McGraw-Hill, 1966


Box 204 "Manpower" G.E. Forum, January-March 1966



Box 205 AFL-CIO Free Trade Union News, September 1967


Box 205 "Assuming-or Evading-Responsibility for Added Opportunity, Journal of Rehabilitation, January-February 1967


Box 205 "The Case for Urban Integration", Social Work Magazine, July 1967


Box 205 "A Christmas Recollection" Redbook, December 1967


Box 205 Civil Liberties, ACLU (Marshall Plan)


Box 205 "Civil Rights and Responsibilities" SALT, winter 1967


Box 205 "Crime Prevention" The Forensic Quarterly, May 1967


Box 205 Dunn's Review, "Businessman and the Negro", Interviews, September 20, 1967

(publication November 1967, New York)


Box 205 "False Prophecy", Notes from the Garage Door, summer 1967


Box 205 "Governing Urban Society: New Scientific Approaches" Essay, March 1967

(Whitney Young's contribution to the monograph, to be published jointly by the American Academy of Political and Social Science and the Fels Institute of State and Local Government)



Box 206 Minorities and Social Work Careers 1967 Annual Review National Commission for Social Work Careers, 1967 January


Box 206 National Observer--"Veterans' Interview, Sept. 20; Publication, November 1967


Box 206 Negro in Contemporary Affairs, [article for book] Howard University, William Morrow & Co., Publishers, 1967


Box 206 "The Negro in Vietnam," Harper's Magazine, spring 1967


Box 206 "New Role for Negro Women," [The] Delta, March 1967


Box 206 New York Post (Close-up), April 3, 1967


Box 206 New York Times, Supplement, Oct. 1967


Box 206 "Progress in Job Opportunity," Industry & Race Relations, June 1967


Box 206 "Race" Time, 11 June 1967


Box 206 "Racial Ghetto: Whose Problem" Saturday Review (proposed article outline), 1967


Box 206 School Management Magazine, Sept. 1967


Box 206 Articles, Statements, etc., 1968


Box 206 Fortune Magazine, Feb. 1968


Box 206 Framingham News, 13 June 1968


Box 206 General Electric Challenge Magazine, April 1968


Box 206 Parents' Magazine, Jan. 1968


Box 206 Reply to article by Ralph J. Conant in the Bulletin of the American Society of Newspaper Editors, Feb. 1968


Box 206 Steeger, Henry, Introduction to book by, 2 May 1968


Box 206 Statements, Articles, Clippings, 1969, 2 folders


Box 206 "The Need for an Integrated Society," Ebony Magazine, 5 June 1970



Box 207 Articles & Reprints:

(Printed, with related correspondence & Manuscript material)


Box 207 "Developing Negro Leaders" Personnel - Leadership Trainee


Box 207 "Governing Urban Society." monograph, May 1967


Box 207 Harper's, June 1967


Box 207 New York Times, Oct. 1967


Box 207 "Public Management", Dec. 1967


Box 207 "UUA Now", Summer 1968


Box 207 "Audiences", Summer 1968


Box 207 "Engineering News-Record", July 1968


Box 207 Message Magazine, Aug. 1968


Box 207 Journal - Boys Clubs, Fall 1968


Box 207 AIA Journal, Sept. 1968


Box 207 Christian Science Monitor, 3 Sept. 1968


Box 207 Social Service Outlook, Sept 1968


Box 207 "A Reading on Race Relations" United Parcel Service, Sept. 1968


Box 207 The City Interview (Bell Telephone), Oct. 1968


Box 207 "The Whetstone", 16 Oct. 1968


Box 207 Urban Crisis Monitor, 15 Nov. 1968


Box 207 U.S. News & World Report, 18 Nov. 1968


Box 207 "Metropolitan Life", Nov. 1968



Box 208 Articles and Reprints, 1969


Box 208 Howard University Publication (not sent), 1969


Box 208 Readers Digest Article, January 1969


Box 208 Seattle Times, 9 Feb. 1969


Box 208 "Proceedings, Feb. 1969


Box 208 N.Y. State Education, Feb. 1969


Box 208 Chock Full of Nuts Paper, Spring 1969


Box 208 Business Today, Spring 1969


Box 208 "U.U.A. Now'', 5 March 1969


Box 208 Parks and Recreation, April 1969


Box 208 School Board Notes, April 1 1969


Box 208 Saturday Review, 23 Aug. 1969


Box 208 Dr. Vanderpool-Grinnel (proposed), 1969


Young statements:



Box 209 Appointment of Howard Leary as Police Commissioner, NYC, Feb. 15, 1966


Box 209 Before AFl-CIO Executive Council, Miami Beach, Fl, Feb. 22, 1966


Box 209 Center for Community Action (Statement by 6 Civil Rights Leaders), Feb. 25, 1966


Box 209 "Title VI… One Year After", Feb. 28, 1966


Box 209 Mt. Vernon School Integration Plan, Mar. 1, 1966


Box 209 Full support for creation of a Civilian Review Board in NYC, Mar. 5, 1966


Box 209 President Johnson's Health Plan, Mar. 8, 1966


Box 209 "US Business and Economic Growth", March 14 1966


Box 209 NUL Deplores Johnson's Proposed Cut in School lunch program, March 16, 1966


Box 209 Watts Incident – Los Angeles, March 17, l966


Box 209 Selective Service Procedures, March 18, 1966


Box 209 Special Summer Lunch Program for Children Act, NYC, March 8, 1966


Box 209 Rent Supplement Program Cutback, March 21, 1966


Box 209 California--Proposition 14 (New York), May l2, 1966


Box 209 Ad-Hoc Committee-World Trade Center (New York), May 26, 1966


Box 209 NUL Participation- Meredith March (New York), June 14, 1966


Box 209 Statement Concerning 125th street in Harlem, May 26, 1966


Box 209 Whitney M. Young, Jr. on Black Power, July 11, 1960


Box 209 Vietnam Trip, July 18, 1966


Box 209 Wire to Stokely Carmichael (Vietnam Protest March) (Philadelphia, Pa.), August 2, 1966


Box 209 Death of Jonathan Daniels (Atlanta, Ga.), August 20, 1966



Box 210 Press Releases, 1966-1967:


Box 210 Selective Service - Draft, 3/8/66


Box 210 67-101 Ford Foundation Grant to NUL, 12/28/66


Box 210 Civil Rights Act of 1967, 1967


Box 210 67-102 On action of removing Congressman Adam C. Powell, 1/9/67


Box 210 Statement on Johnson's State of the Union Address, 1/11/67


Box 210 67-103 NUL gratified by HEW Sec. John W. Gardner's announced intention to terminate federal support for welfare programs in Alabama, 1/13/67


Box 210 67-104 Letter to Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller, 1/13 /67


Box 210 67-105 Annual Beaux Arts ball of the NUL at the Waldorf Astoria, 1/18/67


Box 210 67-105A Annual Beaux Arts ball of the NUL at the Waldorf Astoria, 1/24/67


Box 210 67-106 Whitney M. Young, Jr endorsed President Johnson's civil rights bill, 2/16/67


Box 210 67-107 Comment on President's Crime Commission, 2/20/67


Box 210 67-108 NUL hails report by United States Civil Rights Commission on racial isolation in nation's schools., 2/21/67


Box 210 67-109 Action of the Congressional Committee on Adam Clayton Powell, 2/23/67


Box 210 67-110 Whitney M. Young, Jr. at MIT-Harvard, 2/27/67


Box 210 67-111 Frederick Douglass Sesquicentennial Lecture at the University of Rochester


Box 210 Invitation to Press for Miles College, 3/7/67


Box 210 67-112 Graves Fellowship recruitment tour, 3/9/67


Box 210 Description of releases (February), 3/10/67


Box 210 67-113 1966 Annual Report, 3/10/67


Box 210 67-114 "The Open City" Washington, DC, 3/14/67


Box 210 67-115 Social Security Amendment, Washington, DC, 3/17/67


Box 210 67-116 UL Conn. Police join forces to fin state trooper candidate, 3/30/67


Box 210 Draft Leap Announcement for Philadelphia Urban League, 3/30/67


Box 210 67-117 Statement on D. King's Vietnam Stand, 4/5/67


Box 210 67-118 Whitney M. Young, Jr. keynotes opening of the new Urban League Affiliate, 4/11/67


Box 210 67-119 Urban League's Midwestern Youth Conference April 28-29, 4/17/67


Box 210 67-120 How the Urban League won the West, 4/19/67


Box 210 Birmingham, Alabama, 4/20/67


Box 210 67-121 Urban League seeks trainees, 4/25/67


Box 210 67-122 Urban League reports wider acceptance of interracial marriages in the community, 4/26/67


Box 210 67-123 Telegram to Mrs. Helen Claytor (wife of Robert W. Claytor), 5/1/57


Box 210 67-124 Urban League's LEAP Program helps Philadelphia minority learn "Art of Unionism", 5/2/67


Box 210 67-125 Pregnant and unwed teen girls, 5/9/67



Box 211 67-126 Statement by Whitney M. Young, Jr. regarding civil rights enforcement procedure, 5/11/67


Box 211 67-127 - Whitney M. Young, Jr. - 94th annual forum address, 5/l2/67


Box 211 67-128 Whitney M. Young, Jr. - statement on rent supplements, 5/18/67


Box 211 67-129 Whitney M. Young, Jr. – "War on Poverty" (supplemental report), 6/3/67


Box 211 67-130 Whitney M. Young, Jr. – Testimony on "War on Poverty", 5/31/67


Box 211 Harper's Magazine, 6/7/67


Box 211 67-131 Rally of Solidarity with Israel, 6/7/67


Box 211 67-132 Telegram to Thurgood Marshall re. Nomination to Supreme Court, 6/14/67


Box 211 67-133 25 complete Urban League courses in basic trade unionism, 1967-06-20


Box 211 67-134 Whitney M. Young, Jr. statement [on] RAM (Revolutionary Action Movement), 1967-06-27


Box 211 67-135 UL acquaints foreign visitors with United States race relations, 6/26/67


Box 211 67-136 Betty S. Whaley appointed program director, 6/29/67


Box 211 67-137 Alexander S. Allen elected chairman of the Adirondack workshop, 7/15/67


Box 211 67-138 NUL staff sends boys and girls to camp, 7/5 /67


Box 211 67-139 Mrs. Edward M. Macy (Edith) dead, 7/6/67


Box 211 67-140 National Urban League gears to speed up proven job upgrading project, 7/10/67


Box 211 67-141 Appointment of Ella Campbell acting associate director of personnel services, 1967


Box 211 Jean Smith's "I Learned to Feel Black" (Redbook), 7/l2/67


Box 211 67-142 Whitney M. Young, Jr.'s statement on anti-riot legislation before House of Representatives, 7/14/67


Box 211 Whitney M. Young, Jr.'s support of poverty program and OEO, 7/18/67


Box 211 67-143 Jobs for the "Hard to Reach", 7/21/67


Box 211 67-144 NUL official to attend world meeting in Toronto, 7 /20/67


Box 211 67-145 National Urban League secures apprentice jobs for 75 youth, 7/21/67


Box 211 67-146 Whitney M. Young, Jr.'s statement National Black Power Conference, 7/24/67


Box 211 67-147 NUL Conference, 7/25/67


Box 211 Whitney M. Young, Jr., "Full Opportunity and Social Accounting Act of 1967", 7/27/67


Box 211 Whitney M. Young, Jr. - Housing and Urban Development legislation, 7/28/67


Box 211 67-148 Statement by Whitney M. Young, Jr. on US Commission on Civil Rights statement on desegregation in southern schools, 8/10/67


Box 211 67-149 Opening of 8/20/67 NUL conference in Portland, Oregon, 8/14/67


Box 211 67-150 Whitney M. Young, Jr.'s statement on SNCC's view of Israel-Arab relations, 8/15/67


Box 211 67-151 Ebony Fashion Fair-Fashion Rebellion '67, 9/7/67


Box 211 67-152 Statement by Whitney M. Young, Jr. on the "Insurance industry program in the slums", 9/18/67


Box 211 Background Information on Crusade for the Hearts of Men, proposed by NUL, 8/21/67


Box 211 Moral Crusade for the Hearts, Minds & Consciences of Men, Young, 8/21/67


Box 211 NUL report on "The Racial Gap", 8/22/67


Box 211 67-l52 Teachers' kit--NUL--LEAR program, 9/21/67


Box 211 67-153 NUL Statement on $3.5 million slum housing in Newark, NJ by Prudential Life Insurance Co., 9/21/67


Box 211 67-154 NUL statement on H.R. 12080 (Social Security & Welfare to the Senate Finance Committee), 9/22/67


Box 211 67-155 NUL summer fellowship program, Atlanta., GA., 10/4/67


Box 211 67-155 NUL summer fellowship list of students, colleges, and corporations, 10/4/67


Box 211 67-155 Memo to editors--summer fellowship, 10/19/67


Box 211 67-156 Whitney M. Young, Jr. address to the 18th annual convention of the National Association for Retarded Children, 10/11/67


Box 211 67-157 Inauguration of the Urban League of Columbia, S.C. October 17, 1967, 10/20/67


Box 211 67-158 EOD dinner awards--1967, 10/26/67


Box 211 67-159 EOD dinner--Waldorf-Astoria, Nov. 5, 1967, 10/31/67


Box 211 67-160 Primary election--Nov. 7, 1967, 11/8/67


Box 211 67-161 Whitney M. Young, Jr. at League's EOD dinner, Waldorf-Astoria, 11/13/67


Box 211 67-161a Whitney M. Young, Jr. at League's Equal Opportunity Day Dinner, 11/13/67


Box 211 67-162 Whitney M. Young, Jr.'s Address to the meeting of the Family Service Association of America, Miami Beach, Fla., 11/15 /67


Box 211 67-163 Raymond R. Brown--Mideastern Regional director elected first vice president of the Ohio Welfare Conference, 11/13/67


Box 211 67-164 EOD Dinner Wrap-up, 11/17/67


Box 211 Henry Ford's EOD Dinner, Waldorf-Astoria, NYC, 11/17/67


Box 211 Releases - Vietnam, 11/21/67


Box 211 Memo to UL affiliates that have participated in Project ENABLE, 11/22/67


Box 211 Project ENABLE release, 11/26/67


Box 211 Suggested press release, 11/26/67



Box 212 Text of telegram to Spellman Family, 12/2/67


Box 212 67-165 NUL Operation Equality (John V. Patrick), 12/4/67


Box 212 67-166 Appointment of John E. Ostrander, 12/6/67


Box 212 67-167 Whitney M. Young, Jr. speaks at Life Insurance Institute, 12/12/67


Box 212 67-168 J. Johnson at AMA Planning Conference, Chicago, 12/15 /67


Box 212 67-169 Statement by Whitney M. Young, Jr.: "Miami Police Action", 12/27/67


Box 212 Note No Press Releases for 1968 have been received


Box 212 News Releases, 1969


Box 212 News Releases, 1970


Box 212 News Releases - Misc.


"To Be Equal" Columns, 1966-1970:



Box 213 "Hopes for the New Year", 12/27/66


Box 213 "Civil Rights: the Real Challenge", 1/4/67


Box 213 "Developing Leadership", 1/11/67


Box 213 "Helping Small Business", 1/18/67


Box 213 "A Look at Adoptions", 1/25/67


Box 213 "Humphrey Sets an Example", 3 /1/67


Box 213 "Economic Security Programs", 2/8/67


Box 213 "Integrating the Textbooks", 2/15/67


Box 213 "The Nation Mourns"


Box 213 "The Crime Report", 3/1/67


Box 213 "Miseducation", 3/8/67


Box 213 "Where are the Liberals?", 3/15/67


Box 213 "The Negro and the Armed Forces", 3/22/67


Box 213 "Expanding Job Opportunities", 4/30/67


Box 213 "Role of the Urban University", 4/5/67


Box 213 "Defiance--Southern Style", 4/12/67


Box 213 "Hate Groups Still With Us", 4/19/67


Box 213 "Vietnam and Civil Rights", 4/26/67


Box 213 "A National Housing Goal Needed", 5/31/67


Box 213 "The War on Poverty", 5/10/67


Box 213 "Some Facts about Welfare", 5/17/67



Box 214 22 "The High Cost of Housing Discrimination", 1967


Box 214 23 "The Role of Negro Colleges", 1967


Box 214 24 "Consumer Frauds in the Ghetto", 1967


Box 214 25 "The Ghetto Needs Jobs", 1967


Box 214 26 "Summer in the Ghetto -- 'Hot' or 'Cool' ?", 1967


Box 214 27 "Ghetto Youngsters Help Themselves", 1967


Box 214 28 "The Challenge of the Suburbs", 1967


Box 214 29 "Marshall to the High Court", 1967


Box 214 30 "Another Long Hot Summer", 1967


Box 214 31 "Hunger, U.S.A.", 1967


Box 214 32 "A Time for Reason", 1967


Box 214 33 "Urban Coalition for Jobs", 1967


Box 214 34 "Religious Leaders Support Integration", 1967


Box 214 35 "A Domestic Marshall Plan", 1967


Box 214 36 "Armed Forces Tackle Housing Bias", 1967


Box 214 37 "Help Wanted: One Million Jobs", 1967


Box 214 38 "Vietnam Observations", 1967


Box 214 39 "Responsibility of the Media", 1967


Box 214 40 "Private Role in Housing", 1967


Box 214 41 "The Changing South", 1967


Box 214 42 "Slum Schools Get Failing Grades", 1967


Box 214 43 "Welfare System Needs Changes", 1967


Box 214 44 ''The Changing South", 1967


Box 214 45 "Negro Culture Flourishes", 1967


Box 214 46 "Election Victory for Democracy", 1967


Box 214 47 "Business' Credibility Gap", 1967


Box 214 48 "Community Control of Schools", 1967


Box 214 49 "Closing the Job Gap", 1967


Box 214 50 "Race and the Church", 1967


Box 214 51 "The Unfinished Christmas", 1967


Box 214 52 "1967 Wasn't All Bad", 1967



Box 215 1 "The New Year—Hopes and Doubts", 1968


Box 215 2 "The Police and the Ghetto", 1968


Box 215 3 "Federal Role in Housing", 1968


Box 215 4 "Business Can Create Job Equality", 1968


Box 215 5 "Crime--On and Off the Streets", 1968


Box 215 6 "Segregation by another Name", 1968


Box 215 7 "Integrating at the Top", 1968


Box 215 8 "Studying a Sick Society", 1968


Box 215 9 "Schools That Care ", 1968


Box 215 10 "Young Mothers Need Help", 1968


Box 215 11 "Riot Report Tells It like It is", 1968


Box 215 12 "Remedial Programs For White People Needed", 1968


Box 215 13 "Who Gets Subsidized?", 1968


Box 215 14 "Matter of Priorities", 1968


Box 215 15 "Open Housing and Jobs", 1968


Box 215 16 "On Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Assassination" (column substituted for 15), 1968


Box 215 17 "A Time for Action", 1968


Box 215 18 "Closing the Communications Gap", 1968


Box 215 19 "Making the System Work", 1968


Box 215 20 "Code Language of Bigotry", 1968


Box 215 21 "Poor People's March on Washington", 1968


Box 215 22 "The Violent Way of Life", 1968


Box 215 23 "Black Students Leading Campus Fight for Equality", 1968


Box 215 24 "Teaching Negro History", 1968


Box 215 25 "Is America a Civilized Nation?", 1968


Box 215 26 "The Power of the Poor", 1968


Box 215 27 "Race and the Election", 1968


Box 215 28 "The Report That Lied", 1968


Box 215 29 "We are all Militants", 1968


Box 215 30 "Training in Sensitivity Needed", 1968


Box 215 31 "Unfinished Business and Jobs", 1968


Box 215 32 "Black Soldiers", 1968


Box 215 33 "What Price Backlash", 1968


Box 215 34 "Congress and the Court", 1968


Box 215 35 "Replacing the Welfare System", 1968


Box 215 36 "Black Business Ownership", 1968


Box 215 37 "Police Power", 1968


Box 215 38 "The Biafra Crisis", 1968


Box 215 39 "The Myth of Black Anti-Semitism", 1968


Box 215 40 "The People and the Police", 1968


Box 215 41 "Fear is a Campaign Issue", 1968


Box 215 42 "Black and White Allies", 1968



Box 216 "Law and Order", 1968


Box 216 "Vote!", 1968


Box 216 "Will You Have A Job Next Year?", 1968


Box 216 "The Presidential Election", 1968


Box 216 "Decentralizing the Schools", 1968


Box 216 "Labor and the Black Community", 1968


Box 216 "Burden on Business", 1968


Box 216 "Hunger in America", 1968


Box 216 "Building Ghetto Power", 1968


Box 216 "Christmas, 1968", 1968


Box 216 "A Look at 1969", 1968


Box 216 "A Look into the Future", 1969


Box 216 "LBJ Steps Down", 1969


Box 216 "Decentralization the Big Issue", 1969


Box 216 "Enforcing the Laws", 1969


Box 216 "Black Studies on White Campuses", 1969


Box 216 "Negro History Week", 1969


Box 216 "Developing Rural America", 1969


Box 216 "The Changing South", 1969


Box 216 "War on Poverty Fights for Life", 1969


Box 216 "Spotlight on Africa", 1969


Box 216 "Crime and Preventive Detention", 1969


Box 216 "Cities Must Rate Top Priority", 1969


Box 216 "Birthday Tribute for Phil Randolph", 1969


Box 216 "Making Murder Illegal", 1969


Box 216 "Repression Alone no Solution to Campus Demonstrations", 1969


Box 216 "Television's Impact", 1969


Box 216 "Education: USA and Israel", 1969


Box 216 "Israel's Lessons for America", 1969


Box 216 "Building and Open Society", 1969



Box 217 22 "The California Grape Strike", 1969


Box 217 23 "Increasing 'Black College Enrollment", 1969


Box 217 24 "The Black Businessman", 1969


Box 217 25 "'Studying' the Black Ghetto", 1969


Box 217 26 "Chief Justice Warren Steps Down", 1969


Box 217 27 "Police Power", 1969


Box 217 28 "Foundations under Attack", 1969


Box 217 29 Clarence Mitchell, 1969


Box 217 30 "Men on the Moon", 1969


Box 217 31 "Economic Security for All", 1969


Box 217 32 "Crime and Punishment, USA", 1969


Box 217 33 "Welfare Reform", 1969


Box 217 34 "Sharing Federal Power with the States", 1969


Box 217 35 "Public Utilities and the Poor", 1969


Box 217 36 "Vietnam - the Peace Dividend", 1969


Box 217 37 "Civil Rights Story", 1969


Box 217 38 "The Revolt of the Professionals", 1969


Box 217 39 "Urban Transit Needs", 1969


Box 217 40 "Voice for the Poor", 1969


Box 217 41"Bias on the Culture Front", 1969


Box 217 42 "Vietnam and the Cities", 1969


Box 217 43 "Giving the United Way", 1969


Box 217 44 "National Health Insurance", 1969


Box 217 45 "Desegregating the Schools", 1969


Box 217 46 "The War on the War on Poverty", 1969


Box 217 47 "Television under Fire", 1969


Box 217 48 "Cities of Fear", 1969


Box 217 49 "The Subsidized Society", 1969


Box 217 50 "The Doctor Shortage", 1969


Box 217 51 "No Room at the Inn", 1969


Box 217 Columns, 26-50, 1969


Box 217 Columns, 51-53, 1969



Box 218 1 "The African Time Bomb", 1/7 /1970


Box 218 2 "Desegregation in Mississippi", 1/14/1970


Box 218 3 "Open Housing and Jobs", 1/21/1970


Box 218 4 "The Carswell Appointment", 1/28/1970


Box 218 5 "Whistling Dixie", 2/4/1970


Box 218 6 "Copping Out", 2/11/1970


Box 218 7 "Segregation: South & North", 2/10/1970


Box 218 8 "Making Black Count", 3/2/1970


Box 218 9 "The Drug Danger", 3/4/1970


Box 218 10 "Rolling Back the Clock", 3/11/1970


Box 218 11 "The Police and the Community", 3/18/1970


Box 218 12 "An Open Letter to Jim Crow", 14/8/1970


Box 218 13 "Slums and Pollution", 4/15/1970


Box 218 14 "Leadership and the Carswell Defeat", 4/11/1970


Box 218 15 "Aristocracy or Democracy", 4/15/1970


Box 218 16 "Tragedy at Kent State", 5/6/1970


Box 218 17 "Reuther will be Missed'', 5/13/1970


Box 218 18 "Official Violence a Threat", 5/20/1970


Box 218 19 "Crime Courts and Prisons", 5/27/1970


Box 218 20 "The Housing Crisis", 6/3/1970



Box 219 22 "Shifts in Washington", 6/17/1970


Box 219 23 "Newark's Mayor Gibson", 6/24/1970


Box 219 24 "Britain's Race Problem", 7/1/1970


Box 219 25 "Waving the Flag", 7/1/1970


Box 219 26 "The Economic Recession", 7/15/1970


Box 219 27 "Unity, Coalition, Negotiation", 7/22/1970


Box 219 28 "The Not-So-Silent Majority", 8/5/1970


Box 219 29 "Domestic Marshall Plan", 7/24/1970


Box 219 30 "The Crime Problem", 8/19/1970


Box 219 31 "Which Way for Blacks?", 8/19/1970


Box 219 32 "Day-Care Centers Needed", 8/26/1970


Box 219 33 "Back to School", 9/2/1970


Box 219 34 "Census Count Wrong Again", 9/9/1970


Box 219 35 "Meetings Show Black Diversity", 9/16/1970


Box 219 36 "Mood of Despair Deepens", 9/23/1970


Box 219 37 "Panel's Grim Warnings", 9/30/1970


Box 219 38 "Segregated Suburbs", 10/7/1970


Box 219 39 "The Mess in the Prisons", 10/14/1970


Box 219 40 "Youth and the 1970 Elections", 10/21/1970


Box 219 41 "Enforcing the Civil Rights Laws", 10/28/1970


Box 219 42 "Blacks in Economic Depression", 11/4/1970


Box 219 43 "The Politics of Fear", 11/11/1970


Box 219 44 "Business Shirking Social Responsibilities", 11/18/1970


Box 219 45 "Private Giving Needs to Reorder Priorities", 11/25/1970


Box 219 46. "Cairo-Model for Disaster", 12/2/1970


Box 219 47 "Chavez and the Farm Workers' Boycott", 12/9/1970


Box 219 48. "Christmas, 1970", 12/14/1970


Box 219 49. "The View from the End of the Year", 12/23/1970


Box 219 50. "New Role for Community Groups", 12/30/70