New Database: NAACP Papers

first release of the new NAACP Papers collection is now
available to students, faculty, and staff through the ProQuest History Vault
database. The material now available includes records from the national office
and documents emanating from the NAACP’s efforts to promote equality in education,
voting, housing, employment, and the armed forces. Later this year, documents relating to Scottsboro, lynching, criminal justice,
peonage, labor, and segregation and discrimination complaints will be added, as well as the
Legal Department’s working files for over 600 cases from the 1950s through
early 1970s. A full
description of content
is available on ProQuest’s website. Materials that
are not yet available online can be found at Alderman Library on

Amy Wharton 

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