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Series 1, Social Justice Center Records, 1981-2001
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Administrative Files, 1981-2001

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Extent:
1 cubic ft. and 24 Digital Files
Scope and Content:
This series contains records generated by the Social Justice Center in the process of its ongoing mission to provide space and services to social justice organizations. The records include financial reports, correspondence, and meeting minutes from the Coordinating Committee and later the centers board. Also included are documents related to fundraising, including dance and walk-a-thons, grant proposals, and related materials. The records of the Centro de Progresso, the only member group of the SJC with material in this collection, can be found in this series. Finally, there is a small amount of material in Electronic File format from the planning of a workshop of the Dismantling Racism project.
Arrangement:
Arranged alphabetically, with electronic records at the end.

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