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Social Change Collection
The Social Change Collections began in 2009 and document select social movements, primarily in Georgia. Included are topics and activities such as community building, education policy, political campaigning, lobbying, strike action, student activism, civil and gender rights, anti-death penalty, homelessness, civil disobedience, social activism, and environmentalism.
Michael H. Trotter Papers, 1962-2012 Correspondence, reports, speeches, articles and newspaper clippings, certificates, bound volumes, resolutions and proclamations spanning more that forty years of civic activism. (Y001)
Joan O. King papers, 1975-2010 Correspondence and printed material such as fact sheets and articles on the nuclear power industry. Much of the collection contains articles and letters written by Mrs. King, regarding the hazardous nature of the nuclear industry, including reactors, radioactive material, and nuclear repository sites such as Yucca Mountain. (Y003)
Diana Eidson papers, 2010-2012 Diana Eidson was Assistant Director of Lower Division Studies at Georgia State University’s English Department while working on her doctorate in Composition and Rhetoric. Her papers consist of printed material including flyers, protest chants, and booklets, and correspondence and notes, relating to social justice events such as Occupy Atlanta/Occupy GSU (Georgia State University) and Fair Food Justice. (Y004)
Dan Sweat Papers, 1964-1986 Correspondence, minutes and agendas, notes, financial records, and such printed materials as clippings and reports, document philanthropy, planning, education, and religious organizations in the Atlanta area through Sweat’s association with many non-profit organizations, community groups, and educational institutions. (Y005)