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Author: June Jordan
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The collection contains biographical material; personal and professional correspondence; notes; drafts of published poetry, novels, short stories, essays, articles, plays and collaborations; publicity materials; works by other writers; audio- and videotapes, and photographs documenting Jordan's professional and private life. Topics include equitable housing; racial equality; Black English; abuse against women;  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Audiotapes
Essays
Love-letters
Interviews
Photographs
Programs
Scores
Speeches
Poetry
Named Person: Nancy Morejón; Myriam Díaz-Diocaretz; David Acevedo; John Adams; Etel Adnan; Toni Cade Bambara; Derrick A Bell; Suzanne Bennett; Louise Bernikow; Millen Brand; Joanne M Braxton; Jacqueline Vaught Brogan; Wesley Brown; Kay Buford; Terri Bush; Xochi Candelaria; Diana Chang; Marilyn Chin; Robert Chrisman; Cheryl Clarke; Shirley Clarke; Betsy Cohn; Jane Cooper; Jane Creighton; Angela Y Davis; Regina Davis; Thulani Davis; Alexis De Veaux; Byron Dibble; Dana Drobney; Eddie Dron; Cornelius Eady; Kathy Engel; Peter Erickson; Martinn Espada; Graham Everett; Paula Finn; Nikky Finney; Laura Flanders; R Buckminster Fuller; John Paul Giacalone; Michael Glover; Frances Goldin; Cheryll Y Greene; Susan Griffin; Doris Grumbach; Marilyn Hacker; Leo Hamalian; Fannie Lou Hamer; Gwendolen Hardwick; Joy Harjo; Michael S Harper; Haruko.; Carolyn Helmke; Bill Henderson; David Henderson; Calvin C Hernton; Teresa Hidalgo; Robert Houriet; David Ingatow; Patti Gayle Jackson; Reuben Jackson; Barbara Johnson; June Jordan; Elizabeth Karlin; Vincent Kay; Stephanie Kelly; Lynda Koolish; Charlotte Lagarde; Julius Lester; Denise Levertov; Jan Heller Levi; Clarence Major; Donna Masini; Konda Mason; Mandy Mason; Nana Maynard; Nellie McKay; Roy McKay; Gloria Mendelsohn; William Meredith; Sara Miles; E Ethelbert Miller; Ruth Miller; Janice Mirikitani; Penelope Moffet; Honor Moore; Madeleine Moore; Andre E Morgan; Toni Morrison; Haas H Mroue; Patricia J Murray; Holly Near; Robert Nemiroff; Margo Okazawa-Rey; Sharon Olds; Pratibha Parmar; Raymond R Patterson; Darryl Pinckney; Frances Fox Piven; Carolyn Porter; Alfred Prettyman; Margaret Randall; Bridget Reagan; Bernice Johnson Reagon; Inez Smith Reid; Adrienne Cecile Rich; Diana Rivera O; Jeanne Rizzo; Mary Beth Robertson; Matthew Rothschild; Kate Rushin; Ruby Sales; Sonia Sanchez; Ann Scales; Peter Sellars; Carrie Sembene; Junichi Semitsu; Ntozake Shange; Anna Deavere Smith; Barbara Smith; Sekou Sundiata; Vivian Stromberg; Martha Swan; John Tagliabue; Patricia Thorton; Annie Topham; T Minh-Ha Trinh; David Dante Troutt; Alice Walker; Frederick Wiseman; Erwin Cho Woods
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: June Jordan
OCLC Number: 232008059
Description: 49.63 linear ft. (113 file boxes, 2 folio folders, 7 folio+ folders, 4 oversize folders, 2 supersize folders, ca. 70 photograph folders)

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The collection contains biographical material; personal and professional correspondence; notes; drafts of published poetry, novels, short stories, essays, articles, plays and collaborations; publicity materials; works by other writers; audio- and videotapes, and photographs documenting Jordan's professional and private life. Topics include equitable housing; racial equality; Black English; abuse against women; breast cancer; lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) issues; and American foreign policy, especially conflicts in Nicaragua and Lebanon. The personal correspondence in each series reflects the broad range of Jordan's friends and colleagues, her passion for creativity, her involvement in numerous organizations and political causes, and mutual critiquing among a core group of artists.

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