- keyword(s): "Angela Davis"
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Overview Papers of a Charlotte artist, poet, civil rights activist, and UNC Charlotte alumnus, highlighting his role as one of the Charlotte Three and his interest in the civil rights movement. Consists primarily of correspondence, legal documents, and other material concerning his controversial arrest, trial and conviction for arson; subsequent legal proceedings; and the activities of the North Carolina Political Prisoners' Committee. Also includes files on the Wilmington Ten, the North Carolina...
Dates: 1967 - 1985; 1971 - 1978
File — Box: 14 [F09.174.02.02]
File — Box: 1 [F09.165.06.01], Folder: 8
Scope and Contents Includes The Fight to Free Angela Davis: Its Importance for the Working Class, report by Charlene Mitchell to the 20th National Convention, CPUSA..
Dates: 1970 - 1972
1970 October 16: "More equal maybe, but you wouldn't exactly call it liberation. 10 most wanted" Angela Davis.
Item — Oversize Box: 10 [F09.001.03.10]
Dates: 1970 September 13 - 1971 February 18
File — Box: 17 [G02.198.03.01], Folder: 91