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Modern Politics: Women Activists

Modern Politics is a major collecting area for MARBL, and this guide will provide a shortcut to important resources about modern politics, civil rights, school desegregation, and more.

Women Activists Collections

A note written by activist Joan C. Browning while imprisoned.

This research guide includes Rose Library collections related to Women political, social, and civil activists and the activities and organizations that they were involved in.  From the civil rights movement, to Atlanta politics, to modern social activism, these collections illustrate the amazing women who have taken part in highly influential movements and events for a variety of causes.  

Women Activists

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