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Greensboro Justice Fund

Greensboro Justice Fund Records

1966-2009 Bulk: 1979-2002
17 boxes 27.5 linear feet
Call no.: MS 697

Five organizers affiliated with the Communist Workers Party were murdered by Klansmen and Nazis in Greenboro, N.C., on Nov. 3, 1979. Although an all white jury acquitted the defendants of murder and a second jury acquitted them of civil rights violations, a civil suit filed by survivors of the assault resulted in eight Klansmen being found liable for wrongful death in 1985. First conceived in 1980 as an organization to support the survivors of the assault, the Greensboro Justice Fund grew to support grassroots organizations and activists working for civil rights, social change, and radical democracy in the South.

The records of the Greensboro Justice Fund offer dramatic testimony to the impact of the Greensboro Massacre of 1979, and the manner in which a community of survivors and supporters cooperated to establish an organization that supplied grants to support grassroots social justice initiatives throughout the South.

Background on Greensboro Justice Fund

As part of a broad unionization drive in the south, the Communist Workers Party organized an anti-Klan protest in Greensboro, N.C., to be held on November 3rd, 1979. Receiving a permit from the local police that specified that the protesters not be armed, coupled with the promise of police protection, the protesters gathered that morning only to discover that the police were nowhere to be found. Instead, shortly after the march began, a heavily armed caravan of Neo Nazis and Ku Klux Klansmen drove up and began shooting into the crowd of demonstrators. Widely documented by eye witnesses and on film by a television crew, the attack resulted in four deaths on the scene — Sandi Smith, Cesar Cauce, Bill Sampson, and Jim Waller — with a fifth, Michael Nathan, dying in hospital two days later.

The lead car of the caravan that day included Ed Dawson, a Klan informer for the Greensboro police, who had been supplied by the police with a copy of the CWP’s permit. Dawson distributed the information to the local Klan and Nazis. Bernard Butkovich, a federal agent for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms who had infiltrated the local Nazi party, helped plan the attack. Despite the fact that informants provided local and federal law enforcement with information on the plans for an attack, the CWP was never warned, and the massacre was carried out without interference from the police.

Two trials followed in an effort to hold the assailants accountable for the murders and, from the perspective of the victims, to expose the alleged complicity of local police and the FBI in targeting the CWP and union leaders. The first trial, held before an all-white jury in 1980, resulted in the acquittal of six defendants on murder charges. Notably, a year after the first trial, six Nazis were arrested and ultimately convicted for a plot to detonate homemade napalm bombs in Greensboro in the event that the defendants had been found guilty of murder.

In 1983, nine of the Greensboro Klansmen and Nazis were indicted for civil rights violations and tried before a grand jury. The ensuing trial became the longest and most expensive grand jury investigation in the history of the United States, but again, failed to convict. Undeterred, the Greensboro survivors resorted two years later to a civil case in which they finally prevailed: five Klansmen and Nazis, two Greensboro police officers, and a police informant were found liable for the wrongful death of Dr. Michael Nathan, the only victim who was not a member of the Communist Workers Party. His wife, Marty Nathan, received a verdict of $351,500 in damages.

The Greensboro Justice Fund began as a means of providing support for the survivors of the Massacre during their long effort to reach justice, but after the success of the civil trial and the receipt of a substantial judgment, they transformed into an organization that provided small grants in the southern states to grassroots social justice organizations. On the thirtieth anniversary of the massacre in 2009, the Fund closed its doors, with the remaining funds divided up to support two programs, the Highlander Center and the Greensboro Justice Fund Fellows Program.

Scope of collection

The records of the Greensboro Justice Fund offer dramatic testimony to the impact of the Greensboro Massacre of 1979, and the manner in which a community of survivors and supporters cooperated to establish an organization that supplied grants to support grassroots social justice initiatives throughout the South.

Organized into four series, the collection includes a broad range of records documenting the history of the Greensboro Justice Fund from its origins in unspeakable violence at the hands of American Nazis and Klansmen through its transformation into a support for social justice initiatives. The first series includes an array of administrative materials from the GJF, correspondence, subject files, fundraising plans, extensive information on hate groups, and photographs from 1978 onward, along with important background material on the Greensboro Massacre, its victims and survivors. The collection also includes important materials generated by the Greensboro Justice Fund’s legal team during the trials, including police reports on the Greensboro Massacre, legal motions, media coverage, and several folders of photographs.

The latter series in the collection include financial records (annual reports, fundraising information, taxes, and applications to granting agencies) and a record of grants awarded by the Greensboro Justice Fund from 1981 to 2007 with supporting information on other granting agencies.

Series descriptions

The Administrative series is a diverse and important assemblage containing
correspondence, documents, and photographs from 1978 onward. The series also
contains extensive documentation of hate groups, particularly the KKK’s
presence in United States, using Klanwatch Intelligence Reports alongside
news clippings, lists of hate crimes, and actual publications by the Klan.
Documents concerning the Greensboro Massacre Truth and Reconciliation
Commission, modeled after the South African Truth and Reconciliation
Commission, follow the organization’s goals of acknowledging and
understanding of the truth behind the massacre, as well as demanding
reparations and institutional reform going forward. The bulk of the
Greensboro Justice Fund’s work following the trials was fundraising and
providing grants, and the series includes the planning and advertisements
that went into each event and memorial.

A dense record of the legal proceedings and public response, both to the
failed criminal trial and the successful civil trial. The series includes
memoranda from the Greensboro Civil Rights legal team, transcripts from the
trials and copies of the judgments, along with newspaper clippings, police
reports, correspondence, and press releases documenting the public reaction.
Of some note are several folders of photographs taken of the incident,
mostly stills captured from the videotape of the attack.

Includes annual financial reports for the Greensboro Justice Fund,
information of fund raising, bequests, taxes, and applications to other
granting agencies for support.

Records of grants awarded by the Greensboro Justice Fund to social justice
organizations, along with supporting information and materials on other
granting agencies.

Inventory

Series 1. Administration
1970-2009
Activism (miscellaneous) news clippings
1983-1990
Box 1: 1
African Liberation Support Committee
1978
Box 1: 2
Afro-Legacy Research and Productions: “Government-Klan complicity in the Greensboro
killings”
1980
Box 1: 3
L’Amerique en cagoule (press packet)
1985
Box 1: 4
American Friends Service Committee
1984-1985
Box 1: 5
Andrews, Eleanor C.: A true story: the 1979 Greensboro shootings (paper for History
300)
1988
Box 1: 6
Anti-Klan Speakers Bureau
1980
Box 1: 7
Anti-Racist Action
1994-1998
Box 1: 8
Anti-Racist Action: ARA
News

1994-1998
Box 1: 9
Anti-Racist Action: Turning the
Tide

1997-2001
Box 1: 10
Apartheid (UN publications)
1976-1977
Box 1: 11
Appalachian Peace Education Center
1997-2002
Box 1: 12
Arthur, Marian J. (Greensboro Civil Rights Fund)
1984
Box 1: 13
Arthur, Marian J. (Greensboro Civil Rights Fund)
1985 Jan
Box 1: 14
Arthur, Marian J. (Greensboro Civil Rights Fund)
1985
June-Dec
Box 1: 15
Articles: “Important legal actions in Greensboro on the face of
Klan threat”
1983
Box 1: 16
Articles: not printed
undated
Box 1: 17
Atkins, Henry Lee
1983
Box 1: 18
Awards (John Brown Citation; Sacco-Vanzetti Memorial
Award)
2000-2004
Box 1: 19
Aylesworth, Howard:
A Manual on Fighting Government
Repression
. Washington, D.C.: Center on Government
Repression
ca.1983
Box 1: 20
Baez, Joan
1984
Box 1: 21
Bermanzohn, Sally Avery: Survivors of the 1979 Greensboro murders (Dissertation abstract,
CUNY)
1993
Box 1: 22
Berrigan, Daniel
1981-1982
Box 1: 23
Black organizations
ca.1981
Box 1: 24
Book and film reviews
1981
Box 1: 25
Braden, Anne
1998-1999
Box 1: 26
Brandon, Peter: “Strategic organizing”
undated
Box 1: 27
Brereton, Thomas
1983
Box 1: 28
Broder Associates (direct mail)
1991-1996
Box 1: 29
Brown lung
1981
Box 1: 30
Bullard, Sarah, ed.:
The Ku Klux Klan: A History of Racism and
Violence
, 4th ed. Montgomery, Ala.: Klanwatch
1991
Box 1: 31
Burke, Kenyon
1993
Box 1: 32
Butkovich, Bernard
1979-1981
Box 1: 33
Campaign for Human Rights
1981-1984
Box 1: 34
Cannon, Kwame
1987-1998
Box 1: 35
Cannon, Kwame: legal files
1987-1989
Box 1: 36
Carolina Brown Lung Association
1976
Box 1: 37
Center for Constitutional Rights
1996-2004
Box 1: 38
Center for Democratic Renewal
1989-1990
Box 1: 39
Center for Democratic Renewal
1991
Box 1: 40
Center for Democratic Renewal
1992
Box 1: 41
Center for Democratic Renewal
1993
Box 1: 42
Center for Democratic Renewal
1994
Box 1: 43
Center for Democratic Renewal
1995
Box 1: 44
Center for Democratic Renewal
1997-2000
Box 1: 45
Center for Democratic Renewal: “Ballot-box bigotry: David Duke
and the Populist Party” (CDR Background Report 7)
1989 Mar.
Box 1: 46
Center for Democratic Renewal: “The Invisible Empire Knights of
the Ku Klux Klan and Blakely, Georgia” (CDR Background Report
8)
ca.1990
Box 1: 47
Center for Democratic Renewal: The
Monitor

1990-1995
Box 1: 48
Center for Democratic Renewal: “Near the cross: when does free
speech become hate speech?”
2002
Box 1: 49
Center for Democratic Renewal: “Racist and far-right organizing
in the Pacific Northwest” (CDR Background Report)
1988 Sept.
Box 1: 50
Center for Democratic Renewal: “The right unmasked”
1996
Box 1: 51
Center for Democratic Renewal: “Solidarity or division: the true
story of the Ku Klux Klan vs. organized labor,” by Paul and Trisha
McLennan
1985
Box 1: 52
Center for Democratic Renewal: “When hate groups come to town,”
2d ed.
ca.1985
Box 1: 53
Centre County Council for Human Services
1991
Box 1: 54
Christic Institute:
Convergence
(newsletter)
1982
Box 1: 55
Christic Institute South
1985-1989
Box 1: 56
Citizens for Justice and Unity
1984
Box 1: 57
Civil liberties
1981-1983
Box 1: 58
Civil liberties mailing list
1984-1988
Box 1: 59
Clark, Tom
1997
Box 1: 60
Cleveland State University
1985-1990
Box 1: 61
Close, Sandy
1981
Box 1: 62
Commemoration: Continue the Revolutionary Tradition of Malcolm
X
ca.1979
Box 1: 63
Comité de Apoyo Pro-Alfabetización
1984
Box 2: 1
Committee for Medical Aid to Southern Africa: Publicity and
correspondence (Jean Sharpe, Neil S. Prose)
1978
Box 2: 2
Committee for Medical Aid to Southern Africa: Africa resources
and other medical support
1978
Box 2: 3
Committee to Free Kwame Cannon
1995
Box 2: 4
Committee to Restore the Constitution
1996
Box 2: 5
Communist Workers Party, part 1
1980
Box 2: 6
Communist Workers Party, part 2. Includes “The Greensboro
Massacre: the inside story of the five people killed on Nov 3, 1979,”
draft by Paul and Sally Bermanzohn
1980
Box 2: 7
Communist Workers Party. Committee to Avenge the Murders of the
Communist Workers Party (WV)5. “Turn the country upside down to beat
back the renewed wave of attacks from the Capitalists’ tools — KKK,
Nazis, Pigs, and FBI”
1979
Box 2: 8
Communist Workers Party USA:
Draft Program and
Commentary

1983 Jan.
Box 2: 9
Communist Workers Party: Legal bulletin
1984
Box 2: 10
Communist Workers Party: Media list
1981
Box 2: 11
Communist Workers Party: News clippings
1979-1981
Box 2: 12
Communist Workers Party:
Workers Viewpoint, vo. 5, no.
30-31
1980
Box 2: 13
Communist Workers Party: Press releases
1981
Box 2: 14
Concerned Citizens About the November 3d Incident (includes
photographs)
1981-1982
Box 2: 15
Conferences
1982
Box 2: 16
Conferences: Conference on Truth Commissions (Webster
University). Includes draft of Marty Nathan’s talk
2009
Box 2: 17
Conferences: Eliminating racism, empowering women (YWCA,
Lancaster, Pa.)
2005
Box 2: 18
Conferences: No justice… no peace? (Penn State
University)
1992-1993
Box 2: 19
Conferences: The whole truth (Mount Holyoke College)
2008
Box 2: 20
Conyers, John
1985
Box 2: 21
Council of Social Agencies of Hampshire County. Certificate of
membership
2007
Box 2: 22
Current context of hate violence
ca.1990
Box 2: 23
Dee, Ruby and Ossie Davis
1985
Box 2: 24
Disarmament
1982-1983
Box 2: 25
Donor communication
1995-1996
Box 2: 26
Donor communication
1997
Box 2: 27
Duncan, Lainie
1999
Box 2: 28
Durham Action Committee for Central America
1982
Box 2: 29
Education
1985
Box 2: 30
Endorsements
1980-1981
Box 2: 31
Endorsements: Labor
1980-1981
Box 2: 32
Endorsements: Literary
1981-1983
Box 2: 33
Engage/Social Action:
A resurgence of the
KKK

1981
Box 2: 34
Environmental justice
1994-1996
Box 2: 35
Expert Red: Handbook for American Revolutionaries, vol.
2,3
1985
Box 2: 36
FBI domestic security guidelines (Jerry Tung, David J.
Garrow)
1983
Box 2: 37
February 2nd Mobilization Committee
1979
Box 2: 38
Federal repression
2002
Box 2: 39
Federation for Progress
1981-1982
Box 2: 40
Fellowship of Reconciliation
1996-1997
Box 2: 41
Fellowship of Reconciliation
1998-2000
Box 2: 42
Felmet, Joe
undated
Box 2: 43
Film, stage, and television (Michael Douglas, Harvey
Harrison)
1984-1985
Box 2: 44
Film, stage, and television: “88 Seconds in
Greensboro”
1982-1983
Box 2: 45
Film, stage, and television: “88 Seconds in
Greensboro”
1991
Box 2: 46
Film, stage, and television: Alvarez, Sally, “November third”
(draft). See also: Film, stage, and television: Freed, Donald, “The
Greensboro Massacre”
1982
Box 2: 47
Film, stage, and television: Bermanzohn, Paul
1983
Box 2: 48
Film, stage, and television: Freed, Donald, “The Greensboro
Massacre” (draft). See also: Film, stage, and television: Alvarez,
Sally: “November third”
1983
Box 2: 49
Film, stage, and television: Mann, Emily, “Greensboro (A
Requiem)” (draft)
1995
Box 2: 50
Film, stage, and television: Mann, Emily, “Greensboro: A
Requiem”: ephemera
1992-1996
Box 2: 51
Film, stage, and television: Mann, Emily, “Greensboro: A
Requiem”: Reviews and performances
1996-1999
Box 2: 52
Film, stage, and television: Mann, Emily, “The Greensboro
Massacre, a screenplay”
1992
Box 2: 53
Film, stage, and television: Mann, Emily, “To know a monster: the
story of the Greensboro Massacre,” a play
1994 Nov 12
Box 2: 54
Film, stage, and television: NBC movie on the Greensboro
Massacre
1991
Box 2: 55
Film, stage, and television: Raschke, Richard, “Massacre in
Greensboro”
1983
Box 2: 56
Film, stage, and television: “Red November, Black
November”
ca.1981
Box 2: 57
Film, stage, and television: “Shadows on the right”
ca.1984
Box 2: 58
Film, stage, and television: “Six o’clock And all’s
well”
1981
Box 2: 59
Finn, Arthur L.
1994-1995
Box 2: 60
Fratkin, Mildred
1997
Box 2: 61
Fred Hampton 20th Commemoration
1989
Box 2: 62
Friedman, Julian R.: Basic Facts on the Republic of South Africa and the policy of
apartheid (United Nations, 1977)
1977
Box 2: 63
Gabriel, John
1993-1996
Box 3: 1
Glass, Murv
1983
Box 3: 2
Goldstein, Alex
1996
Box 3: 3
Great Movement for Unity and Justice
1983
Box 3: 4
Great Movement for Unity and Justice mailing lists
ca.1983
Box 3: 5
Great Movement for Unity and Justice Photographs
1983
Box 3: 6
Greensboro Civil Rights Fund
1983-1986
Box 3: 7
Greensboro Civil Rights Fund. Board of Directors
1983
Box 3: 8
Greensboro Civil Rights Fund: Consolidation with Greensboro
Justice Fund
1983
Box 3: 9
Greensboro Civil Rights Fund: Fact sheets
1984
Box 3: 10
Greensboro Civil Rights Fund: Logo
ca.1982
Box 3: 11
Greensboro Civil Rights Fund: Plaintiffs
1983/1984
Box 3: 12
Greensboro Civil Rights Fund: Press releases
1983-1984 June
Box 3: 13
Greensboro Civil Rights Fund: Press releases
1984
July-Dec.
Box 3: 14
Greensboro Civil Rights Fund: Press releases
1985
Box 3: 15
Greensboro Civil Rights Fund: Transition
1983
Box 3: 16
Greensboro Civil Rights Litigation Fund. Board
1981-1983
Box 3: 17
Greensboro Civil Rights Suit: endorsements
1981-1982
Box 3: 18
Greensboro Justice Fund. Advisory Board
1980-1982
Box 3: 19
Greensboro Justice Fund. Advisory Board
1983
Box 3: 20
Greensboro Justice Fund. Advisory Board
1984
Box 3: 21
Greensboro Justice Fund. Advisory Board
1985
Box 3: 22
Greensboro Justice Fund. Advisory Board
1987
Box 3: 23
Greensboro Justice Fund. Advisory Board
1988
Box 3: 24
Greensboro Justice Fund. Advisory Board
1989
Box 3: 25
Greensboro Justice Fund. Advisory Board
1990
Box 3: 26
Greensboro Justice Fund. Advisory Board
1991
Box 3: 27
Greensboro Justice Fund. Advisory Board
1992
Box 3: 28
Greensboro Justice Fund. Advisory Board
1994
Box 3: 29
Greensboro Justice Fund. Advisory Board
1995
Box 3: 30
Greensboro Justice Fund. Advisory Board
1998
Box 3: 31
Greensboro Justice Fund. Advisory Board
1999
Box 3: 32
Greensboro Justice Fund. Advisory Board
2000
Box 3: 33
Greensboro Justice Fund. Advisory Board
2006
Box 3: 34
Greensboro Justice Fund. Advisory Board. Welcome
letters
1986-1988
Box 3: 35
Greensboro Justice Fund: Black financial support plan
1983
Box 3: 36
Greensboro Justice Fund: Bylaws
ca.1980
Box 3: 37
Greensboro Justice Fund: Certificate of incorporation
1980 Mar.
Box 3: 38
Greensboro Justice Fund: Chapter activities
1981
Jan.-June
Box 3: 39
Greensboro Justice Fund: Chapter activities
1981
July-Dec.
Box 3: 40
Greensboro Justice Fund: Chapter activities
1982
Box 3: 41
Greensboro Justice Fund: Chapter lists
ca.1982
Box 3: 42
Greensboro Justice Fund: Chapter memoranda
1981
Box 3: 43
Greensboro Justice Fund: Chapter memoranda
1982
Box 3: 44
Greensboro Justice Fund. Chicago Committee
1980
Box 3: 45
Greensboro Justice Fund: Correspondence
1981-1984
Box 3: 46
Greensboro Justice Fund: Correspondence
1991-1992
Box 3: 47
Greensboro Justice Fund: Correspondence
1993-1995
Box 3: 48
Greensboro Justice Fund: Correspondence
1996
Box 3: 49
Greensboro Justice Fund: Correspondence
1997-2001
Box 3: 50
Greensboro Justice Fund: Direct mail
1983
Box 3: 51
Greensboro Justice Fund. Los Angeles Chapter
1981-1982
Box 4: 1
Greensboro Justice Fund: Meetings
1981-1992
Box 4: 2
Greensboro Justice Fund: Memoranda and weekly reports
1981
Box 4: 3
Greensboro Justice Fund: Memorandum of understanding with the
Christic Institute and Greensboro Civil Rights Fund
1983-1984
Box 4: 4
Greensboro Justice Fund: Miscellaneous
undated
Box 4: 5
Greensboro Justice Fund: Press releases
1981
Box 4: 6
Greensboro Justice Fund: Press releases
1982
Box 4: 7
Greensboro Justice Fund: Miscellaneous materials
1983
Box 4: 8
Greensboro Justice Fund: Newsletters and articles
1981-1996
Box 4: 9
Greensboro Justice Fund: Retreat
2001-2005
Box 4: 10
Greensboro Justice Fund: Website
1996-1997
Box 4: 11
Greensboro Massacre
1980-1985
Box 4: 12
Greensboro Massacre: Commemoration, 2nd
1981
Box 4: 13
Greensboro Massacre: Commemoration, 3rd
1982
Box 4: 14
Greensboro Massacre: Commemoration, 5th
1984
Box 4: 15
Greensboro Massacre: Commemoration, 10th
1989
Box 4: 16
Greensboro Massacre: Commemoration, 10th:
Advertisements
1989
Box 4: 17
Greensboro Massacre: Commemoration, 19th
1998
Box 4: 18
Greensboro Massacre: Commemoration, 20th
1999
Box 4: 19
Greensboro Massacre: Commemoration, 20th: Beloved Community
Center
1999
Box 4: 20
Greensboro Massacre: Commemoration, 20th:
Correspondence
1998-1999
Box 4: 21
Greensboro Massacre: Commemoration, 20th: News
articles
1999
Box 4: 22
Greensboro Massacre: Commemoration, 20th:
Organizational
1999-2000
Box 4: 23
Greensboro Massacre: Commemoration, 20th: Press
1999
Box 4: 24
Greensboro Massacre: Commemoration, 20th: Publicity
1999
Box 4: 25
Greensboro Massacre: Commemoration, 20th: Signe
Waller
1999
Box 4: 26
Greensboro Massacre: Commemoration, 23rd
2002
Box 4: 27
Greensboro Massacre: Labor Under
Fire
(Greensboro Justice Fund, ca.1981)
ca.1981
Box 4: 28
Greensboro Massacre memorial
1998
Box 4: 29
Greensboro Massacre Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Advisory
Committee
2001-2002
Box 4: 30
Greensboro Massacre Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
Informational packet
2002
Box 4: 31
Greensboro Massacre Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
Readings
1998-2002
Box 4: 32
Greensboro Massacre Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Report
and response
2005-2006
Box 4: 33
Greensboro Massacre: talks
1991-1994
Box 4: 34
Greensboro media list
1982
Box 4: 35
Greensboro ministers
1983-1984
Box 4: 36
Gutstein, Sandra
1996
Box 4: 37
Harrington, Katherine
1981
Box 4: 38
Hate groups (international)
1991-1997
Box 4: 39
Health care: “Toward a revolutionary position on health and a
critique of the RCP — the Renegade Communist Party” (includes drafts
and related works)
ca.1976
Box 4: 40
Health Care Alliance
1983
Box 4: 41
Helms, Jesse
1981
Box 4: 42
Hersh, Seymour
1981
Box 4: 43
Holocaust deniers
1991-1993
Box 4: 44
Horwitz, Gerry
ca.1985
Box 4: 45
Human Rights Festival
1983
Box 4: 46
Illustrations
1983
Box 4: 47

Index Directory of Women’s Media,
ed. by Martha Leslie Allen
1985
Box 4: 48
Institute for Southern Studies. Report
1981
Box 4: 49
Jackson, Jesse
1985
Box 4: 50
Jews
ca.1983
Box 4: 51
Johnson, Nelson
1981-1997
Box 4: 52
Johnson, Nelson, “Towards transforming our neighborhood into a
brotherhood and sisterhood”
1987
Box 4: 53
Jordan, June
1983
Box 4: 54
Journalists
1981
Box 4: 55
Kazdin, Carolyn and Chris Williams: “Some highlights of the New Right’s legislative agenda: analysis
and demands”
1982
Box 5: 1
Kinoy, Arthur
1994
Box 5: 2
Klanwatch Intelligence Reports
1981-1995
Box 5: 3
Klanwatch Intelligence Reports
1996-1997
Box 5: 4
Klanwatch Intelligence Reports
1998-2001
Box 5: 5
Kramer, Reid: “Guatemala since 1945: A case study in U.S. domination” (paper,
History 196K)
1969 May
Box 5: 6
Ku Klux Klan
1982-1984
Box 5: 7
Ku Klux Klan: Asheville, N.C.
1997-1998
Box 5: 8
Ku Klux Klan: The KKK Today: A 1991 Status
Report
, by the Anti-Defamation League
1991
Box 5: 9
Ku Klux Klan: The Ku Klux Klan: A History
of Racism and Violence
, by Klanwatch
1991
Box 5: 10
Ku Klux Klan: miscellaneous
1990-1999
Box 5: 11
Ku Klux Klan: news clippings
1980-1981
Box 5: 12
Ku Klux Klan: news clippings
1982
Box 5: 13
Ku Klux Klan: news clippings
1983
Box 5: 14
Ku Klux Klan: news clippings
1984
Box 5: 15
Ku Klux Klan: news clippings
1985-1993
Box 5: 16
Ku Klux Klan: Pennsylvania
1989-1995
Box 5: 17
Ku Klux Klan: Statesville, N.C.
1981-1983
Box 5: 18
Kunstler, William M.
1985
Box 5: 19
Larouche, Lyndon
1984
Box 5: 20
Law Students Civil Rights Research Council
1985
Box 5: 21
Legal Alliance for Greensboro Justice Newsletter
1980
Box 5: 22
Letter to the Editor
1983 Oct 27
Box 5: 23
Little River (March for Lesbian and Gay rights)
1981
Box 5: 24
Machel, Samora:
Imperialist strategy in Zimbabwe and
southern Africa
(Brooklyn, N.Y., 1978)
1978
Box 5: 25
McCarthyism
1980-1981
Box 5: 26
McKoy, Mark
2000
Box 5: 27
Medical Committee for Human Rights
1976-1977
Box 5: 28
Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments: A framework for locally planned responses to instances of racial
and religious animosity”
1982
Box 5: 29
Michael Nathan Memorial Fund
1987-1998
Box 5: 30
Michael Nathan Memorial Fund Scholarships
1985
Box 5: 31
Michaux, H. H.
1981
Box 5: 32
Ministerial Alliance for Greensboro Justice
1981
Box 5: 33
Miscellaneous
1970-2003
Box 5: 34
Mississippi Workers Center for Human Rights and the Community
Advocacy Project
: “Knowledge is Power: A Know Your Rights Manual”
undated
Box 5: 35
Montoya, Fermin
1979-1982
Box 5: 36
Mount Union, Penn. Klan and Neo-Nazi activity
1993-1994
Box 5: 37
Mouvement contre le racism et pour l’amitié entre les
peuples
1983-1984
Box 5: 38
Nathan, Martha
1991-1999
Box 5: 39
Nathan, Martha: Articles about
1982
Box 5: 40
Nathan, Martha: Oral history
1990-2001
Box 5: 41
Nathan, Martha: Speeches
1984
Box 5: 42
Nathan, Michael R., College papers
1966
Box 5: 43
Nathan, Michael R., College papers
1968
Box 5: 44
Nathan, Michael R., College papers
1969
Box 5: 45
Nathan, Michael R., Guatemala
1971-1974
Box 5: 46
Nathan, Michael R.: “Health sector analysis: Guatemala”
1971
Box 5: 47
Nathan, Michael R.: “Malnutrition in Guatemala: some socio-cultural aspects,” with
Keith Edwards
1972
Box 5: 48
Nathan, Michael R.: “Medical and social aspects of malnutrition in the central
Guatemalan highlands,” with Keith Edwards
1972
Box 5: 49
Nathan, Michael R.: Medical Alumni News (Duke
University)
2000
Box 5: 50
Nathan, Michael R.: Medical school papers
1973
Box 5: 51
Nathan, Michael R.: Medicine and politics
1971-1978
Box 5: 52
Nathan, Michael R.: Memorial Service
1979
Box 5: 53
National Anti-Klan Network
1981-1982
Box 5: 54
National Anti-Klan Network
1983
Box 5: 55
National Anti-Klan Network
1984
Box 5: 56
National Anti-Klan Network
1985
Box 5: 57
National Anti-Klan Network Conference, 2nd
1981
Box 5: 58
National Anti-Klan Network: “It’s not populism: America’s new Populist Party: a fraud by
racists and anti-semites”
1984
Box 5: 59
National Anti-Klan Network Newsletter
1981-1984
Box 5: 60
National Anti-Klan Network: “Solidarity or division: The true
story of the Ku Klux Klan vs. organized labor,” by Paul and Trisha
McLennan
1984
Box 5: 61
National Association for the Advancement of Colored
People
undated
Box 6: 1
National Black Organizers Conference
1983
Box 6: 2
National Committee Against Repressive Legislation
1982-1984
Box 6: 3
National Council of Churches of Christ
1981-1985
Box 6: 4
National Interfaith Committee for Worker Justice
1996-1999
Box 6: 5
National Interfaith Committee for Worker Justice, Faith Works (newsletter)
1996-1999
Box 6: 6
National Interfaith Committee for Worker Justice: News
clippings
1996-1997
Box 6: 7
National Institute Against Prejudice and Violence, Striking back at bigotry
1988
Box 6: 8
Nazis
1969-1979
Box 6: 9
Neo-Nazi bomb plot
1981
Box 6: 10
Neo-Nazi bomb plot: news coverage
1981-1983
Box 6: 11

New Order, no. 87
1990
Box 6: 12
New Right: news clippings
1981
Box 6: 13
North Carolina Civil Liberties Union
1981-1985
Box 6: 14
North Carolina Federation for Progress
1983
Box 6: 15
North Carolina National Organization for Women
1981-1983
Box 6: 16
North Carolina Occupational Safety and Health Project
2001
Box 6: 17
North Carolina State Conference of Branches, National Association
for the Advancement of Colored People
1984
Box 6: 18
North Carolinians Against Racist and Religious
Violence
1984-1985
Box 6: 19
North Carolinians Against Racist and Religious
Violence
1988-1995
Box 6: 20
North Carolinians Against Racist and Religious Violence: Bigoted Violence and Hate Groups in North
Carolina
(Reports)
1990-1993
Box 6: 21
Orchestral Maneuvers in the Dark: “88 seconds in Greensboro” (lyrics). From Crush.
1985
Box 6: 22
Orris, Peter: The role of the consumer in the Cuban national health system (MPH
thesis, Yale)
1970
Box 6: 23
Parenti, Michael and Carolyn Kazdin: “The untold story of the Greensboro massacre”
1981
Box 6: 24
Parilla Bonilla, Antulio: “El caso de Greensboro”
1982
Box 6: 25
Peace
1980
Box 6: 26
Pelles, Roz
2009
Box 6: 27
People United Against Government Oppression and the Klan and
Nazis
1980-1981
Box 6: 28
People United Against Government Oppression and the Klan and
Nazis
:
Voices of Resistance
(newsletter)
1981
Box 6: 29
People’s Law Office — 20 years — Working with people and their
movements for justice and liberation
1989
Box 6: 30
People’s Mojaheddin Organization of Iran
1981
Box 6: 31
Petersen, William H.
1970
Box 6: 32
Petrini, Christopher J.: The Greensboro presentation
1985
Box 6: 33
Photographs: 1980 Feb. 2
1980 Feb 2
Box 6: 34
Photographs: Cauce, Cesar
ca.
1979
Box 6: 35
Photographs: Conyers, John, Marty Nathan, et al.
ca.
1985
Box 6: 36
Photographs: Greensboro Justice Fund retreat (photos by Lewis A.
Brandon III)
1996
Box 6: 37
Photographs: Greensboro Massacre, 20th Commemoration
1999
Box 6: 38
Photographs: Greensboro Massacre, 20th Commemoration
1999
Box 6: 39
Photographs: Greensboro Massacre, 20th Commemoration
1999
Box 6: 40
Photographs: Greensboro Massacre, 25th Commemoration
2004
Box 6: 41
Photographs: Marable, Manning (Photo by Philippe
Chang)
1998
Box 6: 42
Photographs: March to Free to Wilmington 10, Raleigh.
N.C.
1978 Apr. 1
Box 6: 43
Photographs: Nathan, Michael R.
ca.1978-1979
Box 6: 44
Photographs: On strike, Local 1113
ca.1979
Box 6: 45
Photographs: Rural health
undated
Box 6: 46
Photographs: Sampson, Bill
ca.1979
Box 6: 47
Photographs: Seeger, Pete
1983
Box 6: 48
Photographs: Waller, Jim
ca.
1979
Box 6: 49
Photographs: Wedding
undated
Box 6: 50
Photographs: Unidentified
undated
Box 6: 51
Photographs: Unidentified
undated
Box 6: 52
Photographs: Unidentified
undated
Box 6: 53
Photographs: Unidentified
undated
Box 6: 54
Photographs: Unidentified
undated
Box 6: 55
Photographs: Unidentified
undated
Box 6: 56
Photographs: Unidentified
undated
Box 6: 57
Photographs: Unidentified
undated
Box 6: 58
Photographs: Unidentified
undated
Box 6: 59
Photographs: Unidentified
undated
Box 6: 60
Photographs: Unidentified
undated
Box 6: 61
Photographs: Unidentified
undated
Box 6: 62
Photographs: Unidentified
undated
Box 6: 63
Photographs: Unidentified
undated
Box 6: 64
Pitts, Lewis: “Justice Department handling of the 1979 Greensboro Klan-Nazi
attack and the Special Grand Jury”
1982
Box 6: 65

Ploughshares 8: The crime, the trial, the
issues
(N.Y., 1981)
1981
Box 6: 66
Police brutality
1982
Box 6: 67
Police spies
1983
Box 6: 68
Political change in rural Latin America
ca.1970
Box 6: 69
Populist Party
1984
Box 6: 70
Posse Comitatus
1983
Box 6: 71
Press
1981-1982
Box 6: 72
Press: old
1981-1982
Box 6: 73
Press call lists
ca.1981
Box 6: 74
Progressive directories
1998-2000
Box 6: 75
Pryor, Scott: Senior thesis proposal
2001
Box 6: 76
Radio for Peace International
1997-2002
Box 7: 1
Rainbow Coalition
1992-1996
Box 7: 2
Rallies and meetings
1980
Box 7: 3
Rawls, Sonny
1981
Box 7: 4
Red baiting
1980-1981
Box 7: 5
Sack, Kevin: “The need to live with meaning: the Communist Workers Party in
North Carolina” (History 285)
1961
Box 7: 6
Sampson, Dale
1985
Box 7: 7
Scales, Junius: “Junius Scales looks back,” by Mark I. Pinsky
ca.1980
Box 7: 8

Searchlight: The International
Anti-Fascist Monthly
, no. 181, 191
1990-1991
Box 7: 9
Seeger, Pete
1983
Box 7: 10
Seel, Laura: Interviews with Monroe Gilmour, Laverne Glover, Bruce Two Eagles,
and Angeline Echeverria
2000
Box 7: 11
Shallit, Ruth
1994-1997
Box 7: 12
Shiloh Baptist Church
1986
Box 7: 13
Silkwood, Karen
1979-1980
Box 7: 14
Sinister, Bob, “Keep on shooting”
ca.1983
Box 7: 15
Sister Spirit
1997-1998
Box 7: 16
Skinheads
1991-1994
Box 7: 17
Skinheads: Anti-Defamation League Special Reports: Skinheads
Target the Schools (1989); Neo Nazi Skinheads: A 1990 Status Report
(1990); Young Nazi Killers: The Rising Skinhead Danger
(1993)
1989-1993
Box 7: 18
Smith, Sandi
undated
Box 7: 19
Socialists in the Fight for Jobs, Peace, Justice, and
Equality
1999
Box 7: 20
Sojourner Truth Organization: Fighting the Klan
1981
Box 7: 21
South Africa
1981-1984
Box 7: 22

Southern Exposure, vol. 8, 2
(issue on the KKK)
1980
Box 7: 23

Southern Exposure, vol. 27, 3
(includes Anne Braden, “The cry was unity”)
1999
Box 7: 24
Southern Organizing Committee
1990
Box 7: 25
Southern Poverty Law Center
1994-1999
Box 7: 26
Southern Poverty Law Center: Teaching
Tolerance

1993-2001
Box 7: 27
Speaking engagements
1981
Box 7: 28
Speaking engagements: honoraria
ca.
1981
Box 7: 29
Student Action with Farmworkers
2004-2006
Box 7: 30
Support statements
1995
Box 7: 31
Swedish coverage
1989
Box 7: 32
Toucheé, David L.
1981
Box 7: 33
Trade Union Education League
1979
Box 7: 34
Unconditional Theater
1998
Box 7: 35
United Nations World Conference to Combat Racism and Racial
Discrimination
1983
Box 7: 36
United Nations World Conference to Combat Racism and Racial
Discrimination: Conference packet
1983
Box 7: 37
United Nations World Conference to Combat Racism and Racial
Discrimination: Pamphlets, etc.
1983
Box 7: 38
United Nations World Conference to Combat Racism and Racial
Discrimination: Pre-Session documents
1983
Box 7: 39
University of Maryland Baltimore County
1981-1982
Box 7: 40
Victims’ Rights Day
ca.
1994
Box 7: 41

Voices of Central
Pennsylvania

1993 Dec
Box 7: 42

Voices of Central
Pennsylvania

1994 Mar-May
Box 7: 43

Voices of Central
Pennsylvania

1994
June-July
Box 7: 44
Waller, Signe
1980-2002
Box 7: 45
Waller, Signe: Earthcraft Community
1997-2000
Box 7: 46
War
1981
Box 7: 47

White Beret, no. 1:92
1992
Box 7: 48
White Oak Organizing Committee
1979-1980
Box 7: 49
Wilbur Hobby Legal Defense Fund
1981
Box 7: 50
Wilkinson, Frank
1983
Box 7: 51
Women’s Appeal for Justice in Chattanooga
1980
Box 7: 52
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom
1981-1984
Box 7: 53
Women’s Movement (Sandi Smith)
1981
Box 7: 54
Wong, Shelley
undated
Box 7: 55
Workers’ Viewpoint Organization
1985
Box 7: 56
Working Assets
1996-1997
Box 7: 57
World Anti-Communist League
ca.1981
Box 7: 58
World Council of Churches
1981-1982
Box 7: 59
Wrenn, Jim
1993-1998
Box 7: 60
Zimbabwe African National Union
1983
Box 7: 61
Series 2. Trial
1978-1989
Acquittals
1984
Box 7: 62
Acquittals news coverage
1984
Box 7: 63
Butkovich, Bernard
undated
Box 7: 64
Chronology of key events
ca.1978-1985
Box 7: 65
Civil rights suit brochure
ca.1980
Box 7: 66
Congress
1980-1982
Box 7: 67
Congressional Black Caucus
1981-1985
Box 7: 68
Congressional hearings
1985
Box 7: 69
Depositions
1982
Box 7: 70
Dymally, Mervyn M.
1985-1989
Box 7: 71
Episcopal Church
1983
Box 7: 72
Evidence
ca.1985
Box 7: 73
Fact finders (Coretta Scott King)
1982
Box 8: 1
Failure to prosecute
1981-1984
Box 8: 2
Gag order
1983
Box 8: 3
Grand jury
1981-1982
Box 8: 4
Greensboro Civil Rights legal team memoranda
1980 Dec-1981
May
Box 8: 5
Greensboro Civil Rights legal team memoranda
1981
June-Dec
Box 8: 6
Greensboro Civil Rights legal team memoranda
1982 Jan-May
Box 8: 7
Greensboro Civil Rights legal team memoranda
1982
June-Dec
Box 8: 8
Greensboro Civil Rights legal team memoranda
1983
Box 8: 9
Greensboro Massacre: The cover-up continues
ca.
1983
Box 8: 10
Greensboro Massacre and trials: News coverage
1979
Box 8: 11
Greensboro Massacre and trials: News coverage
1980
Box 8: 12
Greensboro Massacre and trials: News coverage
1981
Box 8: 13
Greensboro Massacre and trials: News coverage
1982-1983
Box 8: 14
Greensboro Massacre and trials: News coverage
1984
Box 8: 15
Greensboro Massacre and trials: News coverage
1985
Jan-Mar.
Box 8: 16
Greensboro Massacre and trials: News coverage
1985 Apr.
Box 8: 17
Greensboro Massacre and trials: News coverage
1985 May
Box 8: 18
Greensboro Massacre and trials: News coverage
1985 June
Box 8: 19
Greensboro Massacre and trials: News coverage
1985 July
Box 8: 20
Greensboro Massacre: Photographs — After the attack
1979
Box 8: 21
Greensboro Massacre: Photographs — Gathering crowd
1979
Box 8: 22
Greensboro Massacre: Photographs — Johnson, Nelson
1979
Box 8: 23
Greensboro Massacre: Photographs — Police
1979
Box 8: 24
Greensboro Massacre: Photographs — Shooters at car
1979
Box 8: 25
Greensboro Massacre: Photographs — Shooters away from
car
1979
Box 8: 26
Greensboro Massacre: Photographs — Stick fight
1979
Box 8: 27
Greensboro Massacre: Photographs — Victims
1979
Box 8: 28
Greensboro Police Department (FOIA)
1987-1982
Box 8: 29
Indictments
1983
Box 8: 30
Indictments: Nelson Johnson
1983
Box 8: 31
Information and Correspondence
1979-2007
Box 8: 32
Intelligence information for organized gang activity
1993
Box 8: 33
International support
1984
Box 8: 34
Jury Services, Inc.
1985
Box 8: 35
Levy, Mark
1979-1983
Box 8: 36
Levy, Mordechai
1983
Box 8: 37
Litigation/attorney
1984-1985
Box 8: 38
Nathan et al v. Smith. Motion of leave to file amicus curiae
brief
1983
Box 8: 39
Nathan, Martha Arthur: Interview
1982
Box 8: 40
Nathan, Martha Arthur: Testimony
1982
Box 8: 41
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
Amicus curiae brief
1983
Box 8: 42
National Council of Churches of Christ
1982
Box 8: 43
News clippings
1981-1983
Box 8: 44
News clippings
1984
Box 8: 45
News clippings
1985
Box 8: 46
News clippings
1985
Box 8: 47
News clippings
1985
Box 8: 48
News clippings
1985
Box 8: 49
News clippings
1985
Box 8: 50
News clippings
1985
Box 8: 51
News clippings
1985
Box 8: 52
News clippings
1985
Box 8: 53
News clippings
1985
Box 8: 54
News clippings
1989
Box 8: 55
Pamphlet on case
1985
Box 8: 56
Post-trial motion
1985
Box 8: 57
Pre-trial motions
1983-1984
Box 8: 58
Press releases
1983-1984
Box 8: 59
Public response to Greensboro Massacre: letters to Mayor of
Greensboro
1979
Box 8: 60
Resolutions of support for trial
1980-1981
Box 8: 61
Special Grand Jury
1982
Box 8: 62
Special prosecutor
1982-1983
Box 9: 1
Special prosecutor: news coverage
1982-1983
Box 9: 2
Special prosecutor: press releases
1982-1983
Box 9: 3
Special prosecutor: Petition for the issuance of a writ of
mandamus
1982
Box 9: 4
Trial: Beginnings
1984
Box 9: 5
Trial: Miscellaneous
1980-1984
Box 9: 6
Trial mobilization plans
1985
Box 9: 7
Trial reparations
1983
Box 9: 8
Trial support
1985
Box 9: 9
Unitarian Church
1981
Box 9: 10
U.S. Department of Justice
1981
Box 9: 11
U.S. v. Griffin et al. Judgment
1983 Apr. 21
Box 9: 12
U.S. v. Griffin et al. Trial brief
1983
Box 9: 13
U.S. v. Griffin et al. Witnesses’ motion to vacate order re:
extrajudicial statements by counsel and witnesses
1983
Box 9: 14
Van Alstyne, William
1981
Box 9: 15
Verdict: Finances
1985
Box 9: 16
Verdict: Statement by the plaintiffs on the verdict and
settlement of the Greensboro Civil Rights suit
1985 Nov 6
Box 9: 17
Waller et al. v. Butkovich et al.
1984 June 9
Box 9: 18
Waller et al. v. Butkovich et al. Judgment
1985 June 8
Box 9: 19
Waller at al. v. Butkovich et al.: Motion for certain procedures
in jury selection
1985
Box 9: 20
Waller at al. v. Butkovich et al.: Plaintiffs’ opposition to
defendants Pelczar, Moses, and Pence’s motion for summary
judgment
1985
Box 9: 21
Series 3. Financial
1980-2001
Atchison, Alice A. Bequest
1986
Box 9: 22
Bense, Walter F. Bequest
1984
Box 9: 23
Budget
1980-1984
Box 9: 24
Budget
1986-1988
Box 9: 25
Charitable organization registration
1982
Box 9: 26
Christic Institute: Finances with Greensboro Justice
Fund
1981-1983
Box 9: 27
Church funding
1982-1989
Box 9: 28
Debt sheet report
1983
Box 9: 29
Field Foundation
1984
Box 9: 30
Finances
1982
Box 9: 31
Financial crisis
1982
Box 9: 32
Financial reports
1987-1988
Box 9: 33
Financial reports
1989
Box 9: 34
Financial reports
1991
Box 9: 35
Financial reports
1992
Box 9: 36
Financial reports
1992
Box 9: 37
Financial reports
1994
Box 9: 38
Financial reports
1995
Box 9: 39
Financial reports
1996
Box 9: 40
Financial reports
1997
Box 9: 41
Financial reports
1998
Box 9: 42
Financial reports
2000
Box 9: 43
Fundraising
1980
Box 9: 44
Fundraising
1981
Box 9: 45
Fundraising
1994
Box 9: 46
Fundraising: Appeal letters
1981-1991
Box 9: 47
Fundraising: An evening in support of racial justice and human
dignity (McCarter Theater, Princeton, N.J.)
1996
Box 9: 48
Fundraising proposals
1980
Box 9: 49
Grant evaluation form
1991
Box 9: 50
Grants: Anna H. and Elizabeth M. Chace Fund
1989
Box 9: 51
Grants: Ben and Jerry Foundation
1989-1990
Box 9: 52
Grants: Board information
1984
Box 9: 53
Grants: Christic Institute South
1991
Box 9: 54
Grants: Church Women United
1989
Box 9: 55
Grants: Congregation of the Holy Ghost
1985
Box 9: 56
Grants: CS Fund
1984-1985
Box 9: 57
Grants: Dominican Social Action Fund
1985
Box 9: 58
Grants: Eastman Fund
1984-1985
Box 9: 59
Grants: Episcopal Church
1989
Box 9: 60
Grants: Fund for Southern Communities
1982
Box 9: 61
Grants: J. Roderick MacArthur Foundation
1984-1985
Box 9: 62
Grants: Marianist Sharing Fund
1984-1985
Box 9: 63
Grants: Mercy Action Foundation
1984-1985
Box 9: 64
Grants: National Community Funds
1984-1985
Box 9: 65
Grants: Needmor Fund
1984-1985
Box 9: 66
Grants: New World Foundation
1984-1985
Box 9: 67
Grants: Norman Foundation
1984-1985
Box 9: 68
Grants: Playboy Foundation
1981-1985
Box 9: 69
Grants: Presbyterian Church Fund for Racial and Intercultural
Justice
1984
Box 9: 70
Grants: proposals
1984-1985
Box 9: 71
Grants: Sisters of St. Dominic
1984-1985
Box 9: 72
Grants: Sisters of St. Dominic
1988-1989
Box 9: 73
Grants: Unitarian Universalist Social Concerns Grants
1984-1985
Box 9: 74
Grants: Unitarian Universalist Social Concerns Grant
1989
Box 9: 75
Grants: Veatch Program
1984-1985
Box 9: 76
Grants: World Council of Churches
1984-1985
Box 9: 77
Grants: Youth Project/Circle Fund
1984-1985
Box 9: 78
Greensboro Justice Fund 1985 Project
1985
Box 9: 79
Greensboro Justice Fund: Correspondence re. donations
1992-2001
Box 9: 80
Religious contributors to the Greensboro Justice/Civil Rights
Fund
ca.1984
Box 9: 81
Revenue and expenses
1983
Box 9: 82
Stock
1980-1985
Box 9: 83
Taxes
1985
Box 9: 84
Taxes
1988
Box 9: 85
Taxes
1989
Box 9: 86
Taxes
1999
Box 9: 87
Series 4. Grants Awarded
1981-2007
10th Anniversary
1989
Box 10
15th Anniversary
1994
Box 10
15th Anniversary
1994
Box 10
21st Century Youth Leadership Movement
2007
Box 10
Abelard
2001
Box 10
Activists With a Purpose
2006
Box 10
Akonadi
2003-2007
Box 10
Alfred and Alice Adler Memorial Trust
2002
Box 10
American Indian Movement of Florida
2004
Box 10
Andrus Family Fund
2001
Box 10
Appalachian Women’s Alliance
2004-2006
Box 10
Asian Americans For Equality (AAFE)
1986-1987
Box 10
Atran Foundation, Inc.
2001
Box 10
Ben and Jerry’s Foundation
1999
Box 10
BIN Charitable Foundation, Inc.
2004
Box 10
Black Workers for Justice
1986-1989
Box 10
Black Workers for Justice
2003-2006
Box 10
C.S. Fund
1996-1997
Box 10
Campaign to End the Death Penalty
1997-2007
Box 10
CarEth Foundation
1999
Box 10
Carolina Auto, Aerospace and Machine Workers Union
1997-2005
Box 10
Carolina Labor Education Fund (CLEF)
1988
Box 10
Catalogue for Philanthropy
1999-2001
Box 10
Center for Artistic Revolution
2004-2006
Box 10
Center for Democratic Renewal
1987-1989
Box 10
Center for Democratic Renewal (CDR)
1987-1990
Box 10
Changemakers
1999-2004
Box 10
Christic Institute South
1985-1988
Box 10
Christic Institute South
1988
Box 10
Christic Institute South
1989
Box 10
Christic Institute South
1990
Box 10
Citizens for Justice, Equality and Fairness
2005
Box 10
Coalition of Immokalee Workers
2004-2006
Box 10
Coalition of Southern Black Youth (COSBY)
1987-1990
Box 10
Common Ground Legal Advocacy Committee
2006
Box 10
Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts
2003-2004
Box 10
Concerned Students for Truth and Reconciliation
2007
Box 10
Copwatch Paper North Carolina 22nd Coalition
2005
Box 10
Critical Resistance
2003-2008
Box 10
Deeper Than Water
1988
Box 10
The Defender for Freedom, Justice and Equality
2007
Box 10
Dreambuilder
1990
Box 10
Emergency Grants
1995
Box 10
Emergency Grants
1996
Box 10
Emergency Grants
1997
Box 10
Emergency Grants
1998 Jan-Mar
Box 11
Emergency Grants
1998 Apr-June
Box 11
Emergency Grants
1998 July-Sep
Box 11
Emergency Grants
1998
Oct-Dec
Box 11
Family Members of Inmates
2004
Box 11
Farm Labor Research Project, Inc.
2001-2004
Box 11
Fayetteville Peace Rally Committee
2006
Box 11
First Nations Development Institute
1994-2000
Box 11
Friends of Guilford College Palestinians
2007
Box 11
Florida Fair Trade
2003-2005
Box 11
Foundation Proposals
1998-2007
Box 11
Foundations
1996-2007
Box 11
Fund of the Four Directions
1993-1995
Box 11
Fund for Southern Communities
1995-2002
Box 11
Fund for Women Artists
2001
Box 11
Funding Exchange
1999-2003
Box 11
Grants
1988
Box 11
Grants
1989
Box 11
Grants
1990
Box 11
Grants
1991 Jan-May
Box 11
Grants
1991
June-Dec
Box 11
Grants 1992
1992 Jan-May
Box 11
Grants 1992
1992
June-Dec
Box 11
Grants
1993
Jan-Oct
Box 11
Grants
1993 Nov
Box 11
Grants
1993
Nov-Dec
Box 11
Grants
1994
Jan-Oct
Box 11
Grants
1994
Nov-Dec
Box 11
Grants (No)
1995
Box 11
Grants (Yes)
1995
Jan-Nov
Box 11
Grants A-K (Yes)
1995 Dec
Box 11
Grants L-Z (Yes)
1995 Dec
Box 11
Grants (No)
1996
Box 12
Grants (Yes)
1996
Jan-Nov
Box 12
Grants A-M (Yes)
1996 Dec
Box 12
Grants N-Z (Yes)
1996 Dec
Box 12
Grants A-G (Yes)
1997
Jan-Nov
Box 12
Grants H-Z (Yes)
1997 Nov
Box 12
Grants (Yes)
1997
Nov-Dec
Box 12
Grants (No)
1998 Spring
Box 12
Grants (Yes)
1998 May
Box 12
Grants (Yes)
1998
June-Aug.
Box 12
Grants
2000 Mar-May
20
Box 12
Grants
2000 May-Sept
Box 12
Grants
2000 Oct
Box 12
Grants
2000 Nov
Box 12
Grants
2000 Nov
Box 12
Grants
2000 Dec
Box 12
Grants
2001 Jan-May
Box 12
Grants
2001
Box 12
Grants
2001 May-June
Box 12
Grants
2001
June-Sept
Box 12
Grants
2001 Oct-Nov
Box 12
Grants
2001 Dec
Box 13
Grants
2002 Jan-May
10
Box 13
Grants
2002 May
17-Sept
Box 13
Grants
2002 Oct
Box 13
Grants
2002
Nov-Dec
Box 13
Grants
2003 Jan-May
Box 13
Grants
2003 May 18
Box 13
Grants
2003 May-Oct
Box 13
Grants
2003 Nov
Box 13
Grants
2003
Nov-Dec
Box 13
Grant Applications/Common Grant Application
ca.
2001-2007
Box 13
Grant List
1987-1995
Box 13
Grantsmanship Center
1998-2001
Box 13
Georgia Poultry Justice Alliance
2006
Box 13
Greenville Foundation
2001
Box 13
Hamlet
1991
Box 13
Heineman
2001
Box 13
Highlander Research and Education Center
ca.
2002
Box 13
History Channel
2000
Box 13
Holy Ground
2004
Box 13
Institute for Southern Studies
ca.
1981
Box 13
Interfaith Action of Southwest Florida
2005-2006
Box 13
Interfaith Worker – Faith Works
2000-2003
Box 13
Interfaith Worker – Faith Works
2004-2006
Box 13
IRS – Civil Penalties
1986-1988
Box 13
Jewish Fund for Justice
1995-1997
Box 13
Johnson
2002
Box 13
Jubilee
2000-2002
Box 13
Justice at Smithfield Campaign
2007
Box 13
Justice for Eddie Hatcher Campaign
2004
Box 13
Kellogg
1999
Box 13
Kentucky Alliance Against Racist and Political
Repression
1991
Box 13
Kentucky Alliance Against Racist and Political
Repression
2007
Box 13
Kingsport Citizens’ Committee for a Cleaner
Environment
2006
Box 13
Kmart
1996
Box 13
Ku Klux Klan
2000
Box 14
Ku Klux Klan Raleigh
2004
Box 14
Kucinich
2004
Box 14
Labor
2001
Box 14
Labor Center
1998-2000
Box 14
Lawson Valentine Foundation
2004-2005
Box 14
Lists of Organizations
ca.2001
Box 14
Lobbying
2000-2002
Box 14
Local GJF
2004-2005
Box 14
Marcus Dixon Trust
2004
Box 14
Massachusetts
2001-2006
Box 14
Miami Activist Defense – MAD
2004
Box 14
Mid-South Interfaith Network for Economic Justice
2002-2007
Box 14
Minutes
1990-1993
Box 14
Mission Statement
2005
Box 14
Mississippi Workers Center for Human Rights
2005
Box 14
Mott Foundation
1999
Box 14
National Coalition for Burned Churches
1998-2000
Box 14
National Priorities Project
2003
Box 14
Newsletter 7
2000 Spring
Box 14
Newsletter 8
2000 Fall
Box 14
Newsletter 10
2001 Fall
Box 14
Newsletter 12
2002 Fall
Box 14
Newsletter 13
2003 Spring
Box 14
Newsletter 14
2004 Spring
Box 14
Newsletter 15
2004 Summer
Box 14
Newsletter 16
2005 Spring
Box 14
Newsletter 17
2005 Summer
Box 14
Newsletter 18
2006 Spring
Box 14
Newsletter 19
2006 Summer
Box 14
National Farm Workers Ministry
2005-2007
Box 14
NCARRV
1987
Box 14
NCARRV
1988
Box 14
NCARRV
1989
Box 14
NCARRV
1990
Box 14
NCARRV
1991
Box 14
Newton Florist Club, Inc.
1998-2006
Box 14
North Carolina History
ca.
1981-1988
Box 14
Open House
2001
Box 14
Partners for Global Justice
1990
Box 14
Partners for Global Justice
1988
Box 14
Partners for Global Justice
1990
Box 14
Poder Immigrante
2005
Box 14
Positive Action Committee
2004
Box 14
Power U Center
2007
Box 14
Project South
2004
Box 14
Proposals
1989
Box 14
Rural Organizing Cultural Center (ROCC) Grant
1989
Box 14
Rural Organizing and Cultural Center (ROCC)
1990
Box 14
Rural Organizing and Cultural Center (ROCC)
1991
Box 14
Sincere Seven
2002
Box 14
South Florida Interfaith Worker Justice
2004-2007
Box 14
South Carolina Progressive Network
2004-2006
Box 14
Southeast Center for Justice
1990
Box 14
Southeast Center for Justice – Undoing Racism
1991
Box 14
Southeast Regional Economic Justice Network
1999-2004
Box 14
Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice
(SOC) Grant
1989
Box 14
Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice
(SOC)
1991
Box 14
Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice
(SOC)
2004
Box 14
SpiritHouse Project
2006
Box 14
Student – Farmworkers Alliance
2002-2007
Box 15
Students United for a Responsible Global Environment
(SURGE)
2003-2005
Box 15
Taxes: Audit
1987-1992
Box 15
Taxes: Charitable Organizations
1981
Box 15
Taxes: Charitable Organizations
1982
Box 15
Taxes: Charitable Organizations
1983
Box 15
Taxes: Charitable Organizations
1984
Box 15
Taxes: Charitable Organizations
1985
Box 15
Taxes: Charitable Organizations
1986
Box 15
Tenants and Workers United
2006
Box 15
Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition
2003-2005
Box 15
Truth and Reconciliation Commission
2004
Box 15
UE Research and Education Fund
2004-2006
Box 15
Unifour Organizing Coalition
2004
Box 15
Western North Carolina Citizens for an End to Institutional
Bigotry
2002-2003
Box 15
Western North Carolina Citizens for an End to Institutional
Bigotry
2004-2005
Box 15
Western North Carolina Citizens for an End to Institutional
Bigotry
2006-2007
Box 15
Western North Carolina Workers’ Center
2004-2006
Box 15
Word and World School, Inc.
2006
Box 15
Youth Innovation Movement Solutions, Inc.
2007
Box 15

Administrative information

Access

The collection is open for research.

Provenance

Gift of Marty Nathan and the Greensboro Justice Fund, 2011.

Processing Information

Processed by Isabelle Eastman, January 2019.

Related Material

The records of the Greensboro Civil Rights Fund are available at the Southern Historical Collection of the University of North Carolina (Collection number 04630).

Exhibit

Statements from the Greensboro Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

Language:

English

Copyright and Use (More information )

Cite as: Greensboro Justice Fund Records (MS 697). Special Collections and University Archives, University of Massachusetts Amherst Libraries.

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Subjects

  • Communists–United States
  • Greensboro (N.C.)–History
  • Ku Klux Klan
  • Neo-Nazis
  • Racism
  • Skinheads

Contributors

  • Greensboro Justice Fund [main entry]
  • Nathan, Marty
  • Nathan, Michael
  • Christic Institute South
  • Greensboro Civil Rights Fund

Genres and formats

  • News clippings
  • Photographs

Subjects

Communists--United StatesGreensboro (N.C.)--HistoryKu Klux KlanNeo-NazisRacism

Contributors

Greensboro Civil Rights FundNathan, MartyNathan, Michael

Types of material

NewsclippingsPhotographs

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