The St. Louis Interfaith Committee on Latin America is a non-profit group founded to educate the St. Louis community on social and political problems in Latin America. Its projects publicize such issues as immigrant rights, economic injustice, sweatshop labor, and U.S. involvement in Latin American conflicts. The records contain correspondence, subject files, and newsletters.
St. Louis Pledge of Resistance Newsletters, 1987-1989 (S0245)
0.01 cubic foot
This collection contains the newsletter Points of Resistance, published by the St. Louis Pledge of Resistance. The St. Louis Pledge of Resistance was a local chapter of the National Pledge of Resistance, a direct-action group organized to protest American involvement in Central America.
University of Missouri-Columbia, Missouri Folk Arts Program Records, 1982-2012 (C4035)
32.0 cubic feet (1000 folders), 2132 audio cassettes, 69 audio tapes, 82 video cassettes, 3 oversize volumes
The records of the Missouri Folk Arts Program contain documentation of the annual work and various programming administered by the organization. The records include fiscal information, contracts with artists, press clippings and releases, publications, exhibit documentation, correspondence, working files, and files on folk and traditional artists. The records also include photographs, audio, and video that document folk and traditional arts, artists, and events.