african-american-community. African American community
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Angela Davis Broadside
Identifier: MS 992
Scope and Contents Single broadside calling for a meeting at the YMCA at 52nd Street and Sansom Street by the West Philadelphia Committee to free Angela Davis and all political prisoners.
Carroll Parrott Blue art and storytelling collection
Identifier: MS 847
Overview This collection includes photographic prints by Blue, digital media relating to digital storytelling, documentation of Houston community art projects, books featuring Blue or inspiring to her, documentation of projects such as Dawn at My Back, and materials related to her academic career and conferences attended.
Dates: ca 1965-2018
Cecil and Carolyn Ebanks collection
Identifier: MS 1057
Overview This collection consists of calendars, flyers, catalogs, and stickers relating to Houston blues music.
Dates: 1987 - 2016
Community Artists' Collective records
Identifier: MS 620
Overview The Community Artists’ Collective is a Houston-based nonprofit organization which organizes exhibitions for local artists and educational and community development programs for inner-city youths and adults. The collection is largely comprised of photographs, the collection also includes ephemera, newsletters, and records of the Board of Directors.
Ensemble Theatre Records
Identifier: MS 533
Abstract: This collection contains fifteen boxes of material related to the operation of The Ensemble Theatre in Houston, Texas, including General Records, Administration Records and Financial Records.
Judge Clarease Yates papers
Identifier: MS 123
Overview The collection consists of certificates, diplomas, correspondence, and an album of large color photographs. Also included are several framed certificates of recognition and a proclamation honoring Judge Yates.
Dates: 1990 - 2005
Lee P. Brown professional papers
Identifier: MS 509
Abstract: This collection contains the professional papers of Dr. Lee P. Brown. The papers reflect his professional career as Mayor of Houston (1998-2004), Director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (1993-1995), New York City Police Commissioner (1990-1992), Police Chief of Houston, Texas (1982-1990), Public Safety Commissioner of Atlanta, Georgia (1978-1982), and Professor and Scholar at Rice University. Also included in the collection are newsclips, photographs, awards and...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1954-2013
Live from Joe's Roadhouse collection
Identifier: MS 944
Overview This collection consists of digital WAV and MP3 files of live performances from the radio show "Live from Joe's Roadhouse."
Dates: 2002 - 2009
Reginald Moore Houston area community activism collection
Identifier: MS 653
Overview This collection represents the community activism efforts of Mr. Reginald Moore, which has often taken the form of researching topics as represented in newspaper accounts, requesting government records on the topics, and corresponding with officials and engaging in public testimony. Private Sector Initiatives / Home Savers initiative - church based effort which Mr. Moore either led or was just deeply involved in to get the black community out participating in assisting fellow...
Dates: 2000 - 2016
Reginald Moore Sugar Land Convict Leasing System research collection
Identifier: MS 636
Content Description Correspondence, reports, research notes, and photographs created and/or maintained by Mr. Reginald Moore, relating to the history of the Convict Leasing System in Sugar Land, Texas and current efforts to publicly recognize that history. The reports included in this collection are in some cases publicly available, but are difficult to access. Correspondence includes letters and emails between Mr. Moore and various public officials and other interested parties such as archaeologist Fred McGhee.