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Fri Mar 21 17:04:07 2014 UTClccn-no20100242430.00Southern Voice records,0.251.00Who's who in Black Atlanta /107421167Shirley_Franklinno20100242438392410lccn-n2006096150Jarrell, Melissa L.(Melissa Luisa)1976-lccn-n81053375Bullfrog Filmsnp-soechtig, stephanieSoechtig, Stephanieprodrtlccn-n79004542Kucinich, Dennis J.1946-lccn-n97019109Wilfong, Jameslccn-no2010155548Atlas Filmsnp-brown, eugeneBrown, Eugenelccn-no2010094550Walrath, Michellelccn-no99072061Blumenauer, Earlnp-lindsey, jasonLindsey, JasondrtFranklin, Shirley1945-BiographyUnited StatesWater resources development--Social aspectsWater-supply--Economic aspectsWater-supply--ManagementDrinking waterRight to waterWater-supply--Law and legislationBottled water industryPlastics--BiodegradationGeorgia--AtlantaPlastics--Environmental aspectsPolitical campaignsMiller, Zell,GeorgiaJackson, Maynard,Political scienceACT UP (Organization)Jackson, Jesse,AIDS (Disease)--Law and legislationSmith, PattiRudolph, EricApplied Research CenterMorehouse School of MedicineHome Depot (Firm)Frank, Barney,African Americans in the professionsSpitzer, Robert LGays and sportsGeorgia.--Superior Court (Fulton County)Long, EddieAIDS Drug Assistance Program (U.S.)LesbianismEpiscopal Church.--Diocese of GeorgiaAtlanta Botanical GardenTransgender people--Violence againstCunanan, Andrew,AIDS (Disease)--Government policyHate crimesCourt recordsGeorgia Equality (Organization)Helms, JesseFowler, Wyche,Christian CoalitionSame-sex marriageGeorgia Commission on the HolocaustAIDS activistsPhelps, Fred W.--(Fred Waldron),Salvation Army of AmericaZoo AtlantaNational Organization for Women.--Atlanta Chapter194520062009201014946338.4766361HD9349.M5421463ocn613343947visu20090.24TappedIs access to clean drinking water a basic human right, or a commodity that should be bought and sold like any other article of commerce? Stephanie Soechtig's debut feature is an examination of the big business of bottled water... From the plastic production to the ocean in which so many of these bottles end up, this documentary trails the path of the bottled water industry and the communities which were the unwitting chips on the table. A powerful portrait of the lives affected by the bottled water industry, this revelatory film features those caught at the intersection of big business and the public's right to water11ocn841369686book20061.00Who's who in Black AtlantaBiography11ocn727806402mix1.00Adams, SharonSharon Adams papersThe collection consists of the papers of Sharon Adams from 1970-2010. The papers include subject files, correspondence, and printed material relating to the elections of Georgia Governor Zell Miller, Atlanta Mayors Maynard Jackson and Shirley Jackson, and Betty Talmadge's run for Congress. Also includes material relating to the Atlanta women's movement in the 1970s when Adams was president of the NOW Atlanta Chapter. Also included are two boxes of material relating to a trip Adams took to Cuba as a business consultant, and material relating to the investigation of wrongdoings at the Methodist Children's Home in Decatur, Georgia in the late 1960s. Adams worked at the home and served as a witness in the investigation11ocn795395058mixSouthern Voice (Firm)Southern Voice recordsHistoryThis collection contains editorial planning records and subject files for stories published by Southern Voice. These files include editorial planning meeting notes, story assignments, camera-ready art, and subject files on national and regional issues of crime, health, lifestyle, and politics concerning the lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, and transgender community. The camera-ready art consists of photographs and graphics used in conjunction with published articles, as well as cartoons featured in the newspaper by Alison Bechdel, Jennifer Camper, Andrea Natalie, Eric Orner, and Melissa K. Sweeney. The editorial planning records consists of meeting notes, story assignments, and story ideas, mostly conveyed through printed email correspondence among the staff. The subject files include articles, drafts, notes, and research materials compiled by staff writers. There are eight subject areas on which staff writers collected and maintained records: colleges and universities; court cases; crime, health and science; lifestyle; organizations; politics and legislation; and youth. Some of these subject areas have further divisions. Within the health and science section, there is a group of files related to AIDS and HIV. Within the lifestyle section, there are files related to nightlife, pop culture, religion, and social issues. Within the organizations section, there are files related to businesses and corporations, organized events, government groups, and special interest groups. Within the political section, there are files related to elected officials, lobbyists, and activists, elections, legislation, and political issues.Within the youth section, there are files related to adoption and parenting, schools, and social issuesFri Mar 21 15:28:39 EDT 2014batch7974