Peace movements -- Pennsylvania -- Delaware County -- History -- Sources
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Collection includes correspondence, financial records, leaflets and flyers, newsletters, newspaper clippings, and photographs.
Includes: correspondence and meeting agendas and minutes.
Includes: correspondence, meeting agendas and minutes, flyers, and newspaper clippings.
Includes: correspondence, meeting agendas and minutes, flyers regarding the August 6, 1986 commemoration; also a play written about the bombings and the aftermath by Steve Friedman titled "Fallout".
Primarily printed material; includes: correspondence, flyers, newspaper clippings, periodicals, publicity materials. Includes information about Delaware County Project V.O.T.E. (Project VOTE) which merged into Delaware County Jobs with Peace in 1988 or 1989.
Delaware County [Pennsylvania] Pledge of Resistance (aka Delco Pledge of Resistance) was organized in the Fall of 1986. It was originally founded as a response to the threat of a U.S. invasion into Nicaragua and U.S. government's policies toward Central America. Delaware County Pledge of Resistance persisted as a local group, working for economic and social justice for oppressed people in the United States and abroad. The group disbanded in winter 2008.
Primarily printouts of emails regarding activities of Delaware County Wage Peace & Justice.
Includes correspondence, meeting agendas, minutes and notes, flyers, and reference material. Correspondents include Alison D. Oldham, J. Tucker Taylor, Willard C. Richan, and Curt Weldon.