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 1972

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Social pressures ease as coeducational living finds home, Jan Messier and Tom Bassols

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UMO blacks say Maine is biased, Maine Campus Staff

Submissions from 1971

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The Tsunami, Jim Cook

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Telegram from Senator Edmund S Muskie to UMaine President Winthrop C. Libby, Edmund S. Muskie

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Letters from Martin Luther King Student Union to Chancellor Donald R. McNeil, Donald R. McNeil

Submissions from 1970

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Correspondence between Assistant Chancellor Stanley L. Freeman and President Winthrop Libby on Draft of Discrimination Policy, Stanley L. Freenman Jr., Winthrop C. Libby, and Ronald F. Banks

Submissions from 1969

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Maine Campus Student services, Stephen A. Rubinoff

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Spark Magazine Published by Orono Free Press on Bobby Seale, a Black Panther and Other Related Topics, Orono Free Press and Art Adoff

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Black symposium-Forman damns U.S. capitalism, Martha Hanley

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Black symposium Communist speaks out, Bob Haskell

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Maine prejudice Panel gives views, Bob Haskell

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Williams keynotes Black Symposium, David Bright

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Black Symposium Letter from Maine Governor Kenneth M. Curtis, Kenneth M. Curtis

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Black Symposium Poster Created for Beulah Sanders Guest Speech for the Symposium on Black America, University of Maine

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Black Symposium Correspondence Between W. Linwood Chase and Stephen Hughes on Appreciating the Symposium on Black America, W Linwood Chase and Stephen T. Hughes

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Black Symposium Correspondence between Stephen Hughes and Rhody McCoy on Participating in Symposium on Black America, Stephen T. Hughes and Rhody A. McCoy

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Black Symposium Invitation Letter from Stephen Hughes to James Forman to the Symposium on Black America, Stephen T. Hughes

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Black Symposium Letter from Winthrop C. Libby In Response to a Complaint on Symposium on Black America, Winthrop C. Libby

Submissions from 1968

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Black Symposium Letter From Keith Carreiro to Harry Walker in Regards to Media Coverage on the Symposium on Black America, Keith Carreiro

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Letter from Ronald Banks to John Bynoe on Recommendations for Minority Students, Ronald F. Banks

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Letter from Ronald Banks, Assistant to President Libby, on Recommendations by the Civil Rights Committee, 1968, Ronald F. Banks

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Black Symposium General Student Senate Minutes on the Distinguished Lecture Series and Black Symposium Details, Charlotte Harrington and Eileen J. Fields

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: University starts Martin Luther King Scholarship program, Maine Campus Staff

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Scholar Program honors Martin Luther King, Maine Campus Staff

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King Scholarship, Maine Campus Staff

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"Listen white America" Commissioner Arricale speaks, The Maine Campus

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le roi est mort, The Maine Campus

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University of Maine's History Union Newsletter, Art Adoff

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Black Symposium Letter from Gerald Work to Several People in regards to Participating in the Symposium on Black America, Gerald Work

Theses/Dissertations from 1966

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American Negro Autobiographies, George E. F. Hall

Submissions from 1965

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Group Perception in the Bangor NAACP, Alice Prine

Submissions from 1964

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Civil Rights Bill Does Not Require Open Occupancy, Carol Hebold

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Give Up Rights?, Richard Leland

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Correspondence between Dr Earl McGrath and President Lloyd H. Elliot on Black Students at the University of Maine, Earl J. McGrath and Lloyd H. Elliot

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What Now?, J. I. S.

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Write for Rights, Harvey Bates

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Stormy Negro Claims Integration Only Word, Stan Eames

Submissions from 1963

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Letter from Nicole Kimball to Hugh Saunders on University of Maine's Sororities Membership, Nicole Kimball

Submissions from 1962

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Correspondence between Alberta Jackson and President Lloyd H. Elliott on University of Maine Anti-Discrimination Policies, Alberta Jackson and Lloyd H. Elliott

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Plans for TB Testing Policy Announced by Dr. Graves, Robert A. Graves

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Former All Maine Woman Speaks at Banquet Sunday, The Maine Campus

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Minority Rule, The Maine Campus

Submissions from 1957

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Photograph of Frederico Matheas & Biographical Information, University of Maine Alumni Association

Submissions from 1954

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The Mid-Nineteenth-Century Temperance Movement in New Brunswick and Maine (1954), J. K. Chapman

Submissions from 1951

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The Pine Needle, vol 5, no 4, Pine Needle Publications, Ted Gross, Jim Barrows, Barbara Mason, Lois Welton, Phyllis Webster, Kinley Roby, and Mase Johnsfield

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The Pine Needle, vol 5, no 2, Pine Needle Publications, Douglass Kneeland, and Rupert Amann

Submissions from 1950

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The Pine Needle, vol 5, no 1, Pine Needle Publications, Charles Lewis, Al Mersky, Sid Folsom, Nat Tarr, Joyce McGouldrick, and Doug Kneeland

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The Pine Needle, vol. 4, no. 4, Pine Needle Publications, Steve Hopkinson, Sid Folsom, Joyce McGouldrick, Nat Tarr, and Jim Barrows

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The Pine Needle, vol. 4, no. 3, Pine Needle Publications, Katie Snow, Fred Gross, Ginny Stickney, Nat Tarr, Stan Winslow, and Dick Sprague

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The Pine Needle, vol. 4, no. 2, Pine Needle Publications, Al Mersky, Ginny Stickney, Woody Bigelow, Bill Loubier, Steve Riley, Joe Zabriskie, and Jim Barrows

Submissions from 1949

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The Pine Needle, November 1949, Pine Needle Publications, John Bache-Wiig, Joe Zabriskie, Steve Riley, and Kinley E. Roby

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The Pine Needle, Spring 1949, Pine Needle Publications, Bob Lord, and Sash Weight

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The Pine Needle, Easter 1949, Pine Needle Publications, Priscilla Nason, and Vera Edfors

Submissions from 1948

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The Pine Needle, Fall 1948, Pine Needle Publications, Clair Chamberlain, Sid Folsom, Carroll Page, Bill Brennan, Larry Pinkham, Bob Slosser, Kenneth Zwicker, Russ Meade, Jarry Tabor, and Ray Cudahy

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The Pine Needle, vol. 2, no. 4, Pine Needle Publications, Rip Haskell, Clair Chamberlain, Kay Bennett, Jane Libby, Frank O. Stephens, Oscar Davis, Dick Sprague, and Russ Meade

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The Pine Needle, vol. 2, no. 3, Pine Needle Publications, Ray Cudahy, Tad Wieman, Lloyd Shapleigh, Fisher Flint, Rip Haskell, and Judy Coffin

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The Pine Needle, Winter 1948, Pine Needle Publications, Biff Shalek, Jane Libby, Kay Bennett, Clair H. Chamberlain, and Sid Folsom

Submissions from 1947

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The Pine Needle, December 1947, Pine Needle Publications, Ted Gridley, Frank O. Stevens, Oscar Davis, Monty Higgins, D. S. Thomas, Rip Haskell, Clair Chamberlain, and Pat Woodward

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The Pine Needle, vol. 2, no. 1, Pine Needle Publications, Jean Miller, Judy Coffin, Dick Sprague, Kenneth F. Zwicker, F. Stevens, Oscar Davis, Ted Gridley, Clair H. Chamberlain, Cliff Whitten, and Monty Higgins

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A Study of the Causes of Racial Friction as Represented in the Detroit, Beaumont, and Harlem Outbreaks, Evelyn B. Knight

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The Pine Needle, May 1947, Pine Needle Publications, Clair H. Chamberlain, Samuel E. Jones, Kenny Zwicker, Bonnie Andrews, Pauline Marcous, Don Gross, and D. S. Thomas

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The Pine Needle, April 1947, Pine Needle Publications, Clair H. Chamberlain, Scoop Rieker, Hank McKee, Charles E. St. Thomas, Rip Haskell, Ike Webber, Barbie Patten, Kenny Zwicker, Elaine McManus, and Richard Cutts

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The Pine Needle, March 1947, Pine Needle Publications, Kenny Zwicker, Tony Hillerman, Sol Wett, Robert G. Nesbit, Ike Webber, Biff Shalek, Denny Evans, Shirley Crane, Barbie Patten, and Don Gross

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The Pine Needle, February 1947, Pine Needle Publications, Rip Haskell, Lawrence C. Collier, Bill Horner, Jean Miller, Shirley B. Speers, Joe Tillem, K. Bridges, Lloyd Shapleigh, Bill Brennan, and Barbie Patten

Submissions from 1946

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The Pine Needle, December 1946, Pine Needle Publications, Marty Blank, Rip Haskell, Joe Tillem, S. S. van Toole, Kay Bridges, Clair Chamberlain, Roy Spears, Muriel Polley, and Joe Cobb

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The Pine Needle, November 1946, Pine Needle Publications, Ted Jennison, Rip Haskell, Clair Chamberlain, Jean Miller, and Kay Bridges

Submissions from 1943

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Correspondence between President Arthur A. Hauck and Warren Brown regarding Information on Race Prejudices, Arthur A. Hauck and Warren Brown

Theses/Dissertations from 1940

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A Reorganization in the Continuity of Subject Matter in Mathematics, Beryl E. Warner

Submissions from 1933

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A Clubhouse for the Business and Professional Women of Bangor (1933), Gertrude E. Ebbeson

Submissions from 1922

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Practice House Proud of Its Youngest Resident, The Maine Campus

Submissions from 1920

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Co-eds Mourn Death Of All Male Students, The Maine Campus

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Home Economics Meeting Held in Practice House, The Maine Campus

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Cornell Seniors Protest Against Co-education, The Maine Campus

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Local Branch Menorah Society Reorganizes, The Maine Campus

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Women of the University Have Student Government, The Maine Campus

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Much Interest Shown in Economics Practice House, The Maine Campus

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Women's Rest Room Opened in Fernald, The Maine Campus

Submissions from 1919

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Home Ec. Girls Have Practice House, The Maine Campus

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Editorial regarding Samuel Courtney, Maine Campus staff

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Photograph of Courtney Brothers Tarred and Feathered, Author Unknown

Submissions from 1917

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The Rights of Married Women (1917), Wade Lawrence Bridgham

Submissions from 1913

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U. of M. Girls Getting Practical Housework, Bangor Commercial and The Maine Campus

Submissions from 1905

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The Pine Needle, vol 5, no 3 (aka Scare), Pine Needle Publications, George Liakakos, Ted Gross, Ann Dutille, Martha Barron, Doug Kneeland, Sally Brackley, Ted Lawson, Stan Ferguson, Robert Philips, and Martha Barron