Cora Wilson Stewart founded the moonlight schools and was a leader in the national campaign to eliminate adult illiteracy. The bulk of the photographs in this collection document moonlight schools in Eastern Kentucky.
This large oral history collection includes approximately 160 full-length audio interviews with women. A small selection from the many highlights in the collection follows: former Middle Tennessee State Teachers College students on campus life...
African American schools; African American women; Depressions -- 1929; Girls; School integration; Schools; Women and the military; Women college students; Women college teachers; Women teachers; World War, 1939-1945 Participation, Female
United States -- Tennessee; United States -- Tennesssee -- Murfreesboro
This collection includes 42 published works of fiction, poetry, autobiography/biography, and essays. Highlights include Ann Plato's Essays (1841), the first book of essays by an African American; Harriet Wilson's Our Nig (1859), the first novel...
Transcripts of oral history interviews with Juana Alicia, Judith Baca, Barbara Carrasco, Elsa Flores, Judithe Hernandez, Luchita Hurtado, Carmen Lomas Garza, Celia Alvarez Muñoz, Sylvia Orozco, Regina Vater, and Liliana Wilson. This collection also...
Immigrants; Latinas; Women artists
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