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 1997

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Education puzzle needs solutions, Misty Edgecomb

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Support key to ONWARD success, Christie Johnston

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Women gain confidence through self-defense courses, Krista Marrs

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Computer speech no different from others, Ryan Robbins

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UMaine commits to classroom equity, Andrea Page

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Belanger tells story behind FirstClass threats, Kathryn Ritchie and Paul Livingstone

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Slurs bring civil suit against UM student, Kathryn Ritchie and Paul Livingstone

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Annual conference educates UMaine audience on rape, Elizabeth Beaulieu

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Prominent gay rights activist reflects on battles against hate, Krista Marrs

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African-American churches: Women feeling the Spirit take some by surprise, Kathryn Ritchie

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Humanist captivates students with poetry, speech, John Doucette

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Minority faculty program increase campus diversity, Lester B. Smith

Submissions from 1996

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Women in the Curriculum and Women's Studies Program 1995-1996, Women in the Curriculum and Women's Studies Program, University of Maine Staff

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Athletic director encourages diversity on campus, Christine Thurston

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Title IX laziness, Maine Campus

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The Safe Zone, Joel Smith and Scott H. Brezovsky

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Students struggle to inform, increase diversity, Christine Thurston

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The Safe Zone--It's not segregation, Kristen E. Gwinn, Cyndi M. Locke, Shannon M. Fisher, Jennifer Spingla, Anne L. Coyle, and Jennifer Kinter

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Gap widening between rich, poor, Paul Livingstone

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Q & A of the Week, Maine Campus

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Increased on-campus child care sought by UM families, Svetlana Popova

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Black Panther Party chair traces organization's past, Peter Cook

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A sanctuary from intolerance, Guy L. Gerbick

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Sex Matters, Sandra L. Caron

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All bets are off, Michael L. Lane

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Gays Only, Maine Campus

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Professor credits women for Harlem Renaissance, Sveta Popova

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Cutler defends no HIV testing policy, Mark Jackson

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The Right View. Sensitivity U, Michael L. Lane

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Maine Indian rights the worst in the country, Eric R. Manni

Submissions from 1995

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Home Room to Home Court - A survey of student sexual harrasment in the Kennebec Valley (1995), American Association of University Women - Kennebec Valley Branch

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Civil War Nurse, Civil War Nursing Rebecca Usher of Maine (1995), Elizabeth D. Leonard

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Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Concerns Committee Meeting Notice, Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Concerns Committee and Women's Resource Center

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Toshi Reagon in concert, Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Concerns Committee and Women's Resource Center

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Women in the Curriculum (Spring 1995), Women in the Curriculum , University of Maine Staff

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Maine Campus Varner shares dream at Curry prologue, Christine Thurston

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King powerfully recalls past, projects future of civil rights, Christine Thurston

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Students divided in perceptions of month, Christine Thurston

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Students relate personal battles against racism, Robert S. Bellamente

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Varner seeks local NAACP post, Jeff Teunisen

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Martin Luther King Holiday Revisited, Katy Brennan and Maine Campus Staff

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Month of King programs, activities planned, Kathleen Brennan

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Ada Viola Smith (Peters) Biographical Information, University of Maine

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Women's Resource Center Fundraising Flyer, Women's Resource Center

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Women's Resource Center Fundraising Poster, Women's Resource Center

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Women's Resource Center Fundraising Poster, Women's Resource Center

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Women's Resource Center Fundraising Poster, Women's Resource Center

Submissions from 1994

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Black man, bogeyman, Malcolm Smith

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Multicultural dean vacancy may soon be filled, Jeff Teunisen

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Anti-gay referendum [sic] may affect Maine students, Malcolm Smith

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What, me worry?, Malcolm Smith

Submissions from 1993

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Maine Campus African-American group strives for unity, Malcolm Smith

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Teaching about Domestic Violence : Strategies for Empowerment, Saundra Gardner

Submissions from 1992

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Center for Community Inclusion Director Named, Maine Perspective

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Study of Feminist Activism, Maine Perspective

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Progress Toward Universal Health Care in Maine, Maine Perspective

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UM Renews Commitment to Franco-American Studies, Division of Marketing and Communications

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ADA Self-evaluations to Pinpoint, Help Prioritize Accessibility Problems, Maine Perspective

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College of Applied Sciences and Agriculture Addresses the Need for More Women in Science Careers, Maine Perspective

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Powerful Images Expected to Come from This Year's Rape and Sexual Assault Awareness Week, Maine Perspective

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Report of the Women in Science and Engineering Initiatives Committee, Women in Science and Engineering Committee, University of Maine

Submissions from 1991

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Universities trying to deal with diversity in populations, Kurt Thiede

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The "Politically Correct" Way, Maine Perspective

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Bread and Puppet Theatre Presents a Story of Disorder in "The New World Order", Maine Perspective

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Research Methods Class Releases Results of Survey on the Male Perspective of Sexual Harassment, Maine Perspective

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Profile of Entering Class at UM, Maine Perspective

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Residential Living at UM: Redefining Community in Terms of Diversity and Interdependence, Maine Perspective

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UM Observes Rape and Sexual Assault Awareness Week Earlier This Year, Maine Perspective

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Symposium Highlighted by Five Mainers Who Have Made a Difference in World Peace, Maine Perspective

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While It's No Time to Celebrate, It Is Time to Reflect This Labor Day, Maine Perspective

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Recommendations of the UM Committee on Women's Programs Being Implemented, Maine Perspective

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UM's First Generation of Women's Studies Students Learn How the Other Half Lives - and a Whole Lot More, Maine Perspective

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Thomas Jenkins In Touch With the Human Side of Higher Education, Maine Perspective

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Courage in the face of homophobia, John Begin

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Gays not unlike 'straights', Matthew Begin

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Students avoided jeans Monday, S. Alex Bradstreet

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Angela Davis addresses racism--Activist tells students to demand more multicultural programming, Julie Campagna

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Activist speaks to UMaine about hate crimes, Keith Edwards

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Coming out of the closet, Jeremiah Genest

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Art show at UMaine to benefit the homeless, Maine Campus

Women's Resource Center Advisory Board Call for Nominations, Maine Perspective

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Concentration camp survivor says: 'forgive, don't forget', Bridget Soper

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More Education, Awareness Needed About Lesbian/Bisexual/Gay Concerns, Maine Perspective

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Tom Chappell to Highlight Career Awareness Week, Maine Perspective

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Women's Resource Center Transition Team presents: A Spring Series of Programs Honoring Women's Lives, Maine Perspective

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Women's History Week 1991 Celebrating History, Creative Chance, Maine Perspective

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UM Re-emphasizes Commitment to Racial and Cultural Diversity, Maine Perspective

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Lick addresses race problems, offers programs, Michelle Hikel

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Senate discusses committee on racial understanding, Damon Kiesow

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Being drunk does not excuse slur use, Sarah McCall and Debbie Ferullo

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Maine Campus hasn't reported fight properly, Beth Romano and Andy Brown

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Four men charged in Crosby Str. Assault, Michael Regan

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Racial or not, the damage is done, Erica C. Hurtubise

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Responses to racist attack, Harold Kamanyi, Dale W. Lick, Gretchen Lahey, and Jamal Williamson

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GSS votes race was motive in Orono attack, Damon Kiesow and Kim Dineen

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Editorials regarding racist attack, Maine Campus Staff

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Students say racism a problem at UMaine, Doug Vanderweide

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Students say racism is a problem at UMaine, Doug Vanderweide

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Let the truth be told, Doug H. Vanderweide

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UMaine complying with sexual harassment laws, Michal Reagan