The University of Maine Social Justice: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Collection is a curated collection of items compiled by Raymond H. Fogler Library's Special Collections' staff as part of a project to to create an archive of primary sources by, from, and about the diverse University of Maine community and social justice issues at the University of Maine and in the greater Bangor region. The Collection was created in response to the increased social awareness of racial justice issues in the United States following the death of George Floyd in the spring and summer of 2020.

The resources include newsletters, theses, videos of presentations and events, interviews, articles, posters, webpages, correspondence, and reports from University of Maine administrators, departments, student groups, and individual faculty, staff, students, and alumnus. The material includes born digital items captured from the web and scans of analog items from records held in the University of Maine Archive.

Please contact University Archivist Matthew Revitt (matthew.revitt@maine.edu) if you have content you would like to submit to the collection.

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Submissions from 1974

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Experts probe child abuse problems at conference, Lisa Halvorsen

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SAC volunteers visit palsy victims, Jan Messier

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Common sense choices, The Maine Campus

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Gay symposium guests may face housing problems, Kate Arno

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American heritage filled with atrocities vs. Native Americans, Art Dostie

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Maine called crucial area for homosexual movement, Debbie Winsor

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Correspondence from a Maine Citizen, Name Redacted and Howard R. Neville

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Sproul advocates inviting more industry to Maine, George Lauriat

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Lecture Series schedules Gay Task Force Head, The Maine Campus

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Correspondence from UMaine Alumni/Parents of a Female Student, Name Redacted and Name Redacted

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Correspondence from a UMaine Alumna, Name Redacted and Howard R. Neville

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Letter of Support from All Souls Congregational Church, J. Dudley Utterback

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Statement of Concern, Name Redacted

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Correspondence from a Maine Citizen, Name Redacted and Howard R. Neville

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Gays to convene at BCC next week, Douglas Bailey

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Sexuality week planned, Kim Marchegiani

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WS-C has right, too, Stuart J. Chason

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The other side of The Bible Battle…from Rev. Robert Gass, Robert Gass

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Gay leader explains problems facing homosexuals, Mike Gross

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Rape lecturer's suggestions could deter attack, Barb Manuel

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Correspondence from a Maine Citizen, Geri Merola and Howard R. Neville

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Coed seen as leading force in ROTC winning squad, The Maine Campus

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Explaining the anti-pageant petition, Louise M. Velletri

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Letter from Maine Civil Liberties Union, Gilbert Zicklin

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Ideal women' standards are arbitrary, Jane K. Bailey

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Faculty circulating letter of support for Trustees, Jeff Beebe

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Slaves of tyranny?, Art Dostie

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Ye who exorcise, beware, demons are a dime a dozen, Bill Ferguson

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AIM leader blasts enemies of Indian movement, George Lauriat

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UMO thanked, praised for 'courage', Jim Pinette

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Turning the tender cheek, The Maine Campus

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Wilde-Stein gets funds, but DLS stipulations added, The Maine Campus

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Correspondence from Parent of a Male Student, Name Redacted and Howard R. Neville

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Essay of Support from a Maine Citizen, Lisa Giguere

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Christians pass Word of God on to gays, Joan (Ireland) Pieczarka

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Correspondence from a Maine Citizen, Name Redacted and Howard R. Neville

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Estabrooke lends gays lounge, The Maine Campus

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Oh, Brothers!, The Maine Campus

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Russell Means schedules talk to students on Saturday nite, The Maine Campus

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Bubar et. al. practice their own form of 'perversion', Walter Thompson

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Slaves to non-existent god, Charles Volin

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Fiscal budget approved, House scraps pub help, Jeff Beebe

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Letter summarizing the history of the Wilde-Stein gay symposium controversy, Howard R. Neville

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Wilde-Stein expected to air rebuttal to Gass' attack, The Maine Campus

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Women hope for creation of women's yellow pages, The Maine Campus

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Gay legal battle is over, Gil Zicklin

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Letter of Support from Parents of a UMaine Student, F. L. Bull

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Results of ongoing survey of student opinion indicate a growing trend toward liberalism, Paul Betit

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Women's Arts Festival scheduled for Saturday, The Maine Campus

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Maine Campus Editorials, The Maine Campus

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Pregnancy insurance clause approved by Senate, The Maine Campus

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Trustees accept 39 proposals of Longley efficiency report, The Maine Campus

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Bubar started Gay hysteria, Susan W. Henderson

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Bostonian urges support for Wilde-Stein, Donald M. Klein

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Minister's attacks on gays result in radio show exit, Jan Messler

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Campus draws compliments, Jack Monroe

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Spectator sport for women, Warren T. Stull

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DLS committee turns down Wilde-Stein Club request, The Maine Campus

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Maine News and Let's Talk It Over, Day 3, WLBZ Radio

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Senator writes gay scenario, James L. Gagne

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Homosexual funding evokes sharp student opposition, Lisa Halvorsen

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Campus editorial damned, Ted O'Meara

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Gubernatorial hopeful favors uninhibited university forum, Steve Parker

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Senate 'libelously' labeled by Campus, George S. Pitarys, John B. Osolin, Bruce J. Leavitt, David B. Sherlock, Robert S. Thurlow, Richard Z. Vantine, and Charles Z. Cyr

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Government by the pollsters, The Maine Campus

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Maine News and Let's Talk It Over, Day 2, WLBZ Radio

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Maine News and Let’s Talk It Over, WLBZ Radio

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Senate bows to pressure, refuses Wilde-Stein funds, Debbie Sline

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Elected cowardice: Blaming the constituents, The Maine Campus

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Legislators take aim at Gay conference, The Maine Campus

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Correspondence from a Maine Citizen, Name Redacted, Winthrop C. Libby, and Howard R. Neville

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Letters to the Editor about Wilde-Stein, Tim Keating and James L. Bray

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Privilege vs. priority, The Maine Campus

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Correspondence from a UMaine Alumnus, Name Redacted

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Statement of Resolution of the Board of Trustees, Margaret R. Dexter

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Letter seeking advice from University Chancellor, Howard R. Neville

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Correspondence from a UMaine Alumnus, Jon H. Towle and Lester J. Nadeau

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Memo from Peter Fitzgerald to Howard Neville, Peter H. Fitzgerald and Sturgis Haskins

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Letter of Support from a Maine Citizen, Jean Vermette

Submissions from 1973

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Letter from the Christian Civic League of Maine, Benjamin C. Bubar Jr.

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Making the grade: Motivating factor or outmoded barrier to academic achievement?, Jeffrey W. Beebe and Rhette Wieland

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Senate speaks for students, Mark Hopkins

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No outcry over gay support, Anonymous .

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Women claim small gains in athletic team funding, Jan Messier

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We are Americans, not ethics, Tom Piker

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Gay group leader vows 'students will be educated', Randy Stevens

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J'accuse: University termed insensitive to Franco-Americans, Peter Weigel

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Letter from Winthrop C. Libby to Harold Westerman on Recruitment of the Maine Black Communities to the University of Maine, Winthrop C. Libby

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It's the issue that counts — It's the language that counts, Phil Mace

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Report of the Task Force on the Special Educational Needs of Women, Elizabeth Barden, Kay Barrett, Constance Carlson, Mary Lou Cormier, Catherine Cutler, Kristine Dahlbert, Mary Dietrich, Barbara Eames, Paulette French, Sherman Hasbrouck, Elizabeth Libby, Jane Pease, Patricia Riley, Edward Thompson, Stephen Weber, Alice Wellman, and Winthrop C. Libby

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Change terminates housemother program, Rachel Dutch

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New Bangor gay group helps members find themselves, Bill Gordon

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Male chauvinist views the equal rights amendment, Jeffrey Hollingsworth

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Gay Lib. Spokeswoman (an interview with Carol Savoie), The Maine Campus

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Correspondence from a UMaine Alumnus, Name Redacted and Howard R. Neville

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Women's Symposium opens with mild lecture, The Maine Campus

Submissions from 1972

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Clarence Ramey, a B.A. and former UMO janitor, was fired because he 'tried to initiate change', Fred Rogers

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Was Dracula a gay ghoul?, The Maine Campus

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Photograph of Beryl Warner Williams, University of Maine

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Administration refuses to support Abenaki College, Phil Mace