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 1982

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Fifteen female students surveyed reported sexual harassment, Saundra Gardner

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Speaker series designed to inform career women, Claudia Tucci

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Trustees oppose apartheid, Mary Ellen Matava

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Pornographic films are favored on campus, Bruce Clavette

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The Comittee on Women and the Curriculum-April 1982, University of Maine, Committee on Women in the Curriculum Staff

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Volunteer your help, Anne Phibbs

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Women's Center serves students and community, Sallie Vallely

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The Comittee on Women and the Curriculum-January 1982, University of Maine, Committee on Women in the Curriculum Staff

Submissions from 1981

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Who will be next target, Steve Barkan

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Letter was objectionable outburst, Martha Brackley

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Clothes make a dummy, Thomas Burrall

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Nude exhibit beautiful, sensitive, Elizabeth Cherneski Howard

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Support right to choose, Debbie Eaton

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The normals, Laurie Estes

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Poor taste, Jesse W. Hamilton

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Where are the male nudes, Annie Hayes

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Take a good ole look, W. David Libby II

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Childish, offensive attack, Patty Mutchnick and Margo Murphy

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Hostility uncalled for, Carol Roberts

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Outraged at bigotry and insensitivity, Kathryn Roberts

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Women's Center work-study cut, Josephine Swan

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Women's Center work-study cut, Josephine Swan

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Students burn jeans in protest, John Toole

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Students burn jeans in protest, John Toole

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Left turn on red: Fear and ignorance, Stephen Betts

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Fruitless endeavor, Paul Fillmore

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Program aids Indians, Robin Stoutamyer

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Response: Letters to the Editor, The Maine Campus

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Ingenious cheap shot, Roger Bondeson

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Gay rights, Jon Dumont

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The illusion of equality, Marshall Dury

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SWA rocks for women's rights, Tony Reaves

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Nude art photographs displayed in Union, Tim Rice

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Pink Jeans, John Sandblom

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WIC honors diverse groups of women, Kristin Saunders

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Gay Day, E. C.

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Wilde-Stein promotes Gay Jeans Day Friday, Darcie McCann

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Feminist analyzes women poets, Richard Mulhern

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A special case, The Maine Campus

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The Comittee on Women and the Curriculum- October 1981, University of Maine, Committee on Women in the Curriculum Staff

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Women's Center Newsletter (Fall 1981), University of Maine Women's Center Staff

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New Directions - Career Opportunities for Women in Science and Engineering (1981), JoAnn M Fritsche Staff

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The Comittee on Women and the Curriculum-June 1981, University of Maine, Committee on Women in the Curriculum Staff

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The Comittee on Women and the Curriculum-May 1981, University of Maine, Committee on Women in the Curriculum Staff

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Equity seen as a key to well-fed world, Andrew Meade

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Women's Center Newsletter (Spring 1981), Women's Center, University of Maine Staff

Submissions from 1979

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Letter from Dr Thomas Aceto to Gerry Herlihy and Jim Harmon on Recruitment of Black Students to the University of Maine, Thomas D. Aceto

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Rape: The myths and the realities, Jeff Harper

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Gay rights issue in legislature, Tammy Eves

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A Gay Scare, The Maine Campus

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Homosexuality: Going Beyond the Labels, Nancy McCallum

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Health center warns again birth control ad, Stacy Viles

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Tuition free education?, Joseph Pasinosky

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Judo course includes psychology, Peter Phelan

Submissions from 1978

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Jeans Day a success, says Steiner, Doug Bailey and Ann Fridinger

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Librarian focus of show on aging, John Donnelly

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Norm L. Mann, Norm L. Mann and Kathi Williams

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We-them' inhumanity, G. J. Svoboda II

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Building changes aid handicapped, Julie Griffin

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Handicapped students find campus helpful, Mary Ellen Matava

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Sex equity dealt with in stages, Richard Mulhern

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An obvious barrier builder, Ken Adams

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Wearing a hat, Dave Bigelow

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Looks for the day, Mark J. Burke

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Strange glances and obscenities, Rick Dempsey

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Buddhist decision reversed, John Donnelly

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This is gonna hurt, Marie Philbrick

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Jeans Day 'harmful', The Maine Campus

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No conspiracy, but…, Robert S. Wilson

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Blue jeans fever, The Maine Campus

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Buddhist ruling due Thursday, The Maine Campus

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Gays plan Jeans Day, The Maine Campus

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Neville begins review of Buddhist's complaint, John Donnelly

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Feelings of disabled reflected in play, Debbie Zeigler

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Wilde Stein Club's budget slashed, Craig Peters

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Coordinator enthusiastic about job: Women's services aid both men and women, Nancy McCallum

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Official calls reason 'hogwash', John Donnelly

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More flexibility needed, The Maine Campus

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Student threatens suit against UMO, Sherry Walsch and John Donnelly

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Campus journalists capture press awards, John Donnelly

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Letter from Dwight Rideout to Thomas Aceto on Recruitment of Black Students at the University of Maine, Dwight L. Rideout

Submissions from 1977

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Minority Student Enrollment Sheet at the University of Maine, April 13, 1977, University of Maine

Submissions from 1976

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A Descriptive Study of the Language of Men and Women in Maine (1976), Maryann Hartman

Submissions from 1975

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Womens Programs and Services Newsletter (Oct 1975), University of Maine - Women's Programs and Services Staff

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Womens Programs and Services Newsletter (Sept 1975), University of Maine - Women's Programs and Services Staff

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Correspondence from UMaine Alumni, Name Redacted and Name Redacted

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Changes in University of Maine's Employment of Women and Minority Groups From 1975 to 1976, University of Maine

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University of Maine's Equal Employment (E.E.O) Comparative Data on Employment of Minority Groups employed by the University, University of Maine

Submissions from 1974

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Target: Augusta. A new statewide force prepares to focus student influence on Maine politics, Jeff W. Beebe

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SAM…will students again be a political force?, The Maine Campus

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Inflation, lagging fund drive might postpone construction, Kate Arno

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Internal memos regarding "the homosexual issue", JoAnne Fritsche and Howard R. Neville

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Wilde-Stein Club receives student senate approval, The Maine Campus

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Muslims celebrate end of fast this week, Muslim Students' Association, University of Maine

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Unfavorable publicity hurts Second Century Fund Drive, The Maine Campus

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Correspondence from a UMaine Alumna, Ruth W. Allen and Donald M. Stewart

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Reaching the 'ignorant' is gay challenge, Steven G. Bull

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Not gays, but 'backward' reactionaries display decadence on college campuses, James E. Angell and Leslie I. Davis

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Maine gay symposium stresses two themes: a re-evaluation of the homosexual self-image and 'coming out', Bill Ferguson and Steve Ward

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Real' blues artists get it on for the folks at the Festival, Diane Genthner