This memo directed to Urban Training Center staff and selected consultants proposes a civil rights curricula, specifying an intended audience, the purpose of training, related areas of study, units of study and practice offered, recommended subjects and bibliographic suggestions.
This year-end double issue focuses on the coming presidency of George W. Bush, including questions about disenfranchisement of African Americans in the 2000 Presidential Elections, the Bush Cabinet, and the Supreme Court. Other features include a look at the failing peace process in Columbia and new president of Syria, Assad Bashar.
A program outlining a celebration of the life and works of lawyer and political activist William Kunstler. Born in 1919, he began working as a conventional lawyer and soon became involved in the anti-segregationist movement during the 1960s, and went on to fight against the oppression of minority groups and other people so unpopular it was agreed they could not get a fair trial.
Large pamphlet-style program containing one envelope including a photograph of Kunstler and a guest register form.