Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
AIDS Legislative Committee Records
This collection documents the advocacy work of the AIDS Legislative Committee (ALC), a grassroots non-profit organization in Maryland, between 1989 and 2007. It documents the administration of the ALC, the ALC's positions regarding Maryland HIV/AIDS legislation, the advocacy work and testimonies provided by the ALC, and other materials related to HIV/AIDS in Maryland.
Divided Baltimore Course Recording , 2015
Scope and Contents “Divided Baltimore: How Did We Get Here, Where Do We Go?”: A course taught by veteran University of Baltimore faculty members and guest lecturers in both face-to-face and online formats for undergraduate and graduate students during the fall semester of 2015. The course focused on a broad-based, multi-disciplinary approach to address Baltimore’s long-standing issues regarding segregation and inequalities.The topic of section 1: How did Baltimore get to be so segregated?...
Health and Welfare Council of Maryland Records
Collection — Box SX-B1
Scope and Contents The Health and Welfare Council of Maryland Records includes documents and materials created and used by the organization in their work regarding health, welfare, and other social services in Baltimore. The collection includes reports, agency files, board of directors meeting minutes, committee meeting minutes, and newsletters. Notably, the Reports series includes the organization's studies for a large variety of health and social welfare issues and groups in Baltimore. The Agency Files...
People's Community Health Center Oral History
Scope and Contents This collection contains eighteen transcripts of oral history interviews conducted with eighteen indivduals who had been active in the early years of The People's Community Health Center, which was originally named The People's Free Medical Clinic, in Baltimore, Maryland. The interviews were conducted between 2010 and 2011 by University of Baltimore undergraduate students for a project in a class taught by UB professor Dr. Elizabeth Nix in fall 2011. Interviews were edited and finalized in...