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Oral history of Utah peace activists project

Repository: Utah Valley University Library. George Sutherland Archives

Collection Description (CRHP): On the Civil Rights Movement and advocacy for/by people of color, see especially interviews with Rocky Anderson, Archie Archuleta, Dannie Burnett, Rev. France Davis, James Green, Bruce Landesman, Ethel Hale, Steve Holbrook, Ed Firmage, Ronald Coleman, Bruce Phillips, Rosalie Sorrels, Thad and Jenny Box, Joan Smith, Grethe Peterson.

Collection Description (Extant): The Oral History of Utah Peace Activists Project was begun in the spring of 2006. The goals are to preserve the historical record of peace activists and peace movements in Utah as well as to provide opportunities for Utahns and others to learn about the important role of peace activism in our society.

The Oral History of Utah Peace Activists Project will soon consist of interviews of 125 individuals who have been active in Utah's civil rights, peace, and justice movements. There are veterans and their family members, ministers, teachers, community activists, politicians, health advocates, musicians, and artists- all working to promote peace and social justice not only in Utah but internationally.

Origin Info: Interviewed by Dr. Kathy French, Utah Valley University.

Collection URL: http://www.uvu.edu/library/archives/peace.html External Link

Date(s): 2006-

Digital Status: Born-digital

Extent: Approximately 125 interviews

Language: English

Related Archival Items: Steve Holbrook's papers and photos are in the State of Utah History Archives; Ed Firmage's and Bruce Landesman's papers are in the University of Utah archives; Ethel Hale gave many civil rights books and documents to Westminster College Library in Salt Lake City. Per Dr. Kathy French, Bruce Phillips's papers may be at the University of California-Davis, and Rosalie Sorrels's papers may be at Claremont.

Interviewees: Rocky Anderson, Archie Archuleta, Dannie Burnett, Rev. France Davis, James Green, Bruce Landesman, Ethel Hale, Steve Holbrook, Ed Firmage, Ronald Coleman, Bruce Phillips, Rosalie Sorrels, Thad and Jenny Box, Joan Smith, Grethe Peterson

Rights (Extant): The right to download or print any of the pages of the materials posted on the Digital Repository is granted by the copyright owner only for personal or classroom use. The author retains all proprietary rights, including copyright ownership.

Subjects:

African American churches--Utah
African Americans--Civil rights--Utah
African Americans--Politics and government
Civil rights demonstrations
Civil rights movements--Utah
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Peace movements

Genres:

Interviews
Sound recordings
Transcripts

 

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