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Civil rights

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Here are entered works on citizens' rights as established by law and protected by constitution. Works on the rights of persons regardless of their legal, socioeconomic or cultural status and as recognized by the international community are entered under [Human rights.]

Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:

Civil Rights Ceremony, 1974 March 8

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Identifier: U201.01.0133.0017.00002
Overview The contact sheet depicts several unidentified individuals participating in the Civil Rights Ceremony, affiliated with the University of Denver, in 3-8-74.

Civil Rights Ceremony, 1974 March 8

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Identifier: U201.01.0133.0017.00002.00001
Overview The image depicts three unidentified individuals wearing headphones and sitting behind a table with electronics and a microphone, participating in the Civil Rights Ceremony affiliated with the University of Denver, in 3-8-74.

Civil Rights Reception, 1974 March 8

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Identifier: U201.01.0133.0017.00001
Overview The contact sheet depicts images of unidentified individuals participating in the civil rights reception for the University of Denver, in 3-8-74.

Civil Rights Reception, 1974 March 8

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Identifier: U201.01.0133.0017.00001.00001
Overview The image depicts four unidentified individuals participating in the civil rights reception affiliated with the University of Denver, in 3-8-74.

Colorado Commission on Civil Rights, 1968-1974

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Identifier: M028.05.0012.0027
Overview Types of Materials: newspaper clippings

Colorado NAACP leaders meet with Senator Peter H. Dominick during the NAACP Legislative Strategy Conference in Washington, D. C. in 1963 to promote passage of a civil rights bill, 1963 August 6-8

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Identifier: M085.09.0186.0016.00002
Overview Members of the Colorado chapter of the National Organization for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) talk with Sen. Dominick (R-Colo.) in the Senate Reception Room of the United States Capitol. From left to right are Sen. Dominick, Barbara Coopersmith, Irving P. Andrews, a Denver attorney and a graduate of the University of Denver's School of Law, and Reverend L. Sylvester Odom. Attendees of the Legislative Strategy Conference, which took place from August 6-8, 1963, visited members of...

For the record. Civil rights, 1968 May 6

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Identifier: M085.10.0195.00065
Overview Senator Peter H. Dominick (R-Colo.) answers questions from Colorado constituents during a segment of his For the record radio program on March 6, 1968, in Washington, D.C. Sen. Dominick discusses the main provisions of the pending civil rights legislation, including protections for civil rights workers and federal enforcement of laws banning discrimination in housing based on race, religion and national origin. He notes that most congressional debate centered on including a federal fair housing...

Lou Sidmin , 1948-1991

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Identifier: B111.09.0009.0010
Overview Louis (Lou) Sidman was born in Boston in 1920 and passed away in October of 2004. As regional director of the Anti-Defemation League (ADL), Sidman was instrumental in drawing attention to the lack of civil rights for and the strong presence of discrimination toward members of the minority communities in Denver, including not only Jews, but also Native Americans, Latinos, and African Americans among others. He also served as Mayor Newton's secretory on the Committee for Human Relations in the...

Mitchell, Maurice - Chancellor VIP Photographs - Civil Rights Commission, 1969-1974

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Identifier: U201.02.0140.0023
Overview Images of University of Denver Chancellor Maurice B. Mitchell and his actvities on the US Civil Rights Commission: 3 black and white prints, including Mitchell with Frankie Freeman and a headshot of Mitchell. 3 sets of black and white negatives with contact sheets and 11 black and white contact sheets without negatives, including images of Mitchell being sworn in as a member of the US Civil Rights Commission with Justice Robert McWilliams; on a civil rights panel at an ACU Black Experience...

Oral History Interview with Carol Leight, 1978 July 14

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Identifier: B098.11.0010.00006
Overview Topics cover Carol’s time serving with the NCJW, first as VP in the early 1960s and as president from 1967-1969; talks about Council’s work in the Civil Rights Movement and in the Middle East.