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Jean Childs Young Papers

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Auburn Avenue Research Library
Creator: Young, Jean Childs
Title: Jean Childs Young Papers
Dates: 1910s – 2000 (bulk 1953-1994)
Quantity: 72.0 Linear feet 72 linear ft. (109 boxes)
Identification: aarl98-005.1

Biographical/Historical Note

Jean Marie Childs Young, the youngest of five children, was born in Marion, Alabama, on July 1 1933, to teacher/seamstress Idella and baker/candy maker Norman Childs. After graduating from Lincoln Normal School, Young received a bachelors of science degree in elementary education from Manchester College in Indiana in 1954. In 1953, as the only African-American student at the time, she was the first African-American elected "May Queen." After graduation, Young married Andrew Young on June 7, 1954. They had four children: Andrea, Lisa, Paula, and Andrew "Bo" Jackson Young, III.

After Andrew received his ordination in January 1955, they moved to his assigned post in Thomasville, Georgia, where she taught in the elementary school. In 1957, they moved to New York where he worked with the National Council of Churches. Young earned a masters of science degree in education from Queens College in New York in 1961. Compelled to participate in the developing civil rights movement, in 1961 they moved to Atlanta when Andrew accepted a position with the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC). While Andrew traveled, Young raised three daughters, taught at Whitefoord and Slaton Elementary Schools, and participated in civil rights movement activities, voter registrations, and marches, including the 1963 March on Washington, 1965 March from Selma to Montgomery, 1966 March in Mississippi, and the Poor People's Campaign in 1968. When not able to travel, Young opened their home to members of the movement, from student volunteers to Martin Luther King, Jr.

After Andrew resigned from the SCLC in 1970, Young found herself in the new role of campaign worker. She actively participated in Andrew's Congressional campaigns in 1972, 1974, and 1976; mayoral campaigns in 1981 and 1985; and 1990 gubernatorial campaign. From the first Congressional campaign in 1970, she formed the group "Women for Andrew Young," the first Atlanta campaign geared towards women voters. Young continued her political involvement by participating in various campaigns and groups, including Carter/Mondale, Mondale/Ferraro, Equal Rights Amendment, League of Women Voters, and Georgia and National Federations of Democratic Women.

During the 1970s Young continued to participate in education, serving as a coordinator of elementary and pre-school curriculum for Atlanta Public Schools, where she wrote "Bridging the Gap: Home and School" (1970), a guide for parents on how to continue teaching their children in the home. Young was a lead teacher in Teacher Corps, a program that was part of Lyndon Johnson's War on Poverty to train teachers on how cultural and social traits to better enable them to teach in low income and disadvantaged elementary schools. She also provided leadership in the establishment of Atlanta Junior College, now Atlanta Metropolitan College, and served as its Public Relations Officer, Assistant to the President, Instructor of Development Studies with an emphasis on reading skills, Title IX Coordinator, and Affirmative Action Officer.

In 1978, Young found herself in the international spotlight when President Jimmy Carter appointed her as Chair of the 1979 International Year of the Child, a program to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the United Nations Declaration of Children's Rights. With over 100 countries participating, the purpose was to raise awareness of children's needs in "health, education, social environment, physical and emotional development, and legal rights." After the program, she remained active in numerous organizations advocating the rights of children and with Lucy Vance also co-founded of the Atlanta/Fulton Commission on Children and Youth.

After Andrew's inauguration as Mayor of Atlanta in 1982, she encouraged him to set up the Mayor's Task Force on Public Education, which she chaired for several years. Her efforts helped create numerous programs highlighting education and students around Atlanta, including the "Dream Jamboree," a college fair for high school students. She helped establish SciTrek (The Science and Technology Museum of Atlanta) and expand the APEX Museum (the African-American Panoramic Experience). Young was also instrumental in helping Atlanta and Andrew Young win the bid for the 1996 Olympic Games and she created education programs and curriculum guides, which focused on the cultures of other countries and the history of the Olympic Games. Young was the recipient of numerous awards, including Essence Magazine Outstanding Black Women of Atlanta (1982), Democratic Woman of the Year (1983), and the Delta Torch Award (1994), and held honorary degrees from Manchester College and Loyola University in Chicago. The APEX Museum created the Jean Childs Young Placemaker Awards, the United Negro College Fund created a scholarship in her name, and in southwest Atlanta there is the Jean Childs Young Middle School.

Jean Childs Young died on September 14, 1994.


Scope and Content Note

The Jean Childs Young Papers document Young's work as an educator and advocate for children's rights, as well as her civic, church, and community service. Notable projects and involvement include the 1979 International Year of the Child, Mayor's Task Force on Public Education, Child Service and Family Counseling Center, Inc./ Families First, Children's Defense Fund, Atlanta Junior College (now Atlanta Metropolitan College), Atlanta Public Schools, the APEX Museum, and SciTrek, the Science and Technology Museum of Atlanta.

The papers contain correspondence, reports, speeches, programs, fliers, newsletters, articles, publications, brochures, meeting minutes and agendas, certificates, awards, plaques, photographs, audio-visual material, and ephemera.


Arrangement

The Jean Childs Young Papers are arranged into eight series: Series 1, International Year of the Child; Series 2, Children's Advocacy; Series 3, Education; Series 4, Community and Civic Involvement; Series 5, Church; Series 6, Personal; Series 7, Speaking Engagements; Series 8, Photographs and Scrapbooks.


Index Terms

African American women educators--Georgia--Atlanta--History--20th century
African American women social reformers--Georgia--Atlanta--History--20th century
African American women--Political activity--History--20th century
African Americans--Education--Georgia--Atlanta--History--20th century
African Americans--Religion.
Apex Museum.
Arts--Georgia--Atlanta--History--20th century.
Atlanta Junior College. -- Faculty
Child welfare--Georgia--History--20th century
Child welfare--United States--History--20th century
Children's Defense Fund (U.S.).
Children's rights--United States--History--20th century
Education--Georgia--Atlanta--History--20the century
International Year of the Child, 1979
Manchester College (North Manchester, Ind.). -- Alumni and alumnae
Public schools--Georgia--Atlanta--History--20th century.
SciTrek.
Spouses of clergy--Georgia--Atlanta--History--20th century
U.S. National Commission on the International Year of the Child, 1979.
UNICEF.
Young, Andrew, 1932-
Young, Jean Childs -- Archives
Young, Jean Childs -- Family

Administrative Information

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

The Jean Childs Young Papers were donated by Andrew J. Young, Jr. in 2004.


Restrictions

Conditions Governing Access note

Audio-visual material does not include access copies for part or all of the material. Researchers will need to consult with staff before requesting audio-visual material.


Related Material

Andrew J. Young Papers. Jean Childs Young Institute Records.


Container List

 

Series 1: International Year of the Child, 1974-1980

Series 1, International Year of the Child, is organized into two subseries: Subseries A, Administrative and Subseries B, Events, Publications, and Reports. This series contains correspondence, reports, meeting minutes and agendas, programs, fliers, publications, articles, brochures, newsletters, speeches, and ephemera documenting administrative functions, committees, events, and participating organizations and countries. The International Year of the Child was a program of the United Nations, supported by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and the Children's Defense Fund, to raise awareness of the needs and rights of children across the globe. Topics of events include nutrition, education, health, literacy, television, hunger, legislation, juvenile justice, and mental health.
See Series 2 for additional material on children's advocacy. See Series 6 for speeches and speaking engagements. See Series 7 for additional notes and schedules of Young's activities. See Series 8 for photographs.



Series 1A: Administrative

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11Advertising, 1979
2Background and Guidelines, 1977
3Background and Purpose, 1979
4Biography, Jean Childs Young, 1979
5Briefing Book, 1978
6Briefing Book, undated
7Briefing Book, undated
8Brochures, 1979
9Brochures, 1979
10Budget and Financial, 1978-1979
11Budget and Financial, 1978-1979

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21Budget and Financial, 1978-1979
2Budget and Financial, 1978-1979
3Budget and Financial, 1978-1979
4Budget and Financial, 1978-1979
5Children's Advisory Panel, 1979-1980

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OV8Christian Fellowship Luncheon Speech (videocassette), 1990

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26Commission Meeting, 1978
7Commission Meeting, 1978
8Commission Meeting, 1978
9Commission Meeting, 1978
10Commission Meeting, 1978

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31Commission Meeting, 1978
2Commission Meeting, 1978
3Commission Meeting, 1978
4Commission Meeting, 1978
5Commission Meeting, 1978
6Commission Meeting, 1978
7Commission Meeting, 1978
8Commission Meeting, 1978

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41Commission Meeting, 1979
2Commission Meeting, 1979
3Commission Meeting, 1979
4Commission Meeting, 1979
5Commission Meeting, 1979
6Commission Meeting, 1979
7Commission Meeting, 1979
8Commission Meeting, 1979

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51Commission Meeting, 1979
2Commission Meeting, 1979
3Commission Meeting, 1979
4Commission Meeting, 1979
5Commission Meeting, 1979
6Compendium of Activities and Programs of Non-Government Organizations in the International Year of the Child, 1979
7Congress, 1979
8Correspondence, 1978-1980
9Correspondence, 1978-1980
10Correspondence, 1978-1980
11Correspondence, 1978-1980

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61Correspondence, 1978-1980
2Correspondence, 1978-1980
3"The Declaration of the Rights of the Child and the Child's Declaration of Rights and Responsibilities", 1979
4Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1978-1979
5Directory of National Action of the International Year of the Child (DONA), 1979
6Discussion Papers, Children and Health, 1979
7Discussion Papers, Children of Migrant Workers, 1979
8Discussion Papers, Education, 1979
9Discussion Papers, Gifted Children, 1979
10Discussion Papers, Handicapped Children, 1979
11Discussion Papers, Nutrition, 1979
12Discussion Papers, Water and Sanitation, 1979

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71"Federal Government Programs that Relate to Children.", 1978
2"Federal Programs that Relate to Children", 1979
3Guidelines for Licensing and Endorsement, 1979
4Interview Questions, undated
5Invitations, 1979
6Issue Framework, 1978
7 IYC Newsletter, 1978
8 IYC Report, 1978-1979
9Library Books, undated
10Meetings, 1978-1979
11Meetings, 1978-1979
12News Update, 1980
13Notes and Messages, undated

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81Notebooks, undated
2Notebooks, undated
3Press Releases, 1978-1979
4Publicity, 1979
5Regional Activities, undated
6Report, 1979
7Report to the President – Draft, undated
8Report to the President – Draft, undated
9Report to the President – Final, 1980

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91Report to the President – Preliminary, 1978
2Resolutions and Bills, 1979
3Resource Center, 1979
4Schedules and Travel, 1978-1979
5Slogans, 1978
6Speakers Packet, 1978
7Speakers Packet, undated
8Speaking Engagements, 1979
9Speeches, Jean Childs Young, undated
10Speeches, Jean Childs Young, undated
11Staff and Commissioners, 1978-1979
12Stationery, undated
13Strategy for Involvement, 1978-1979
14Subcommittees, 1978-1979
15Subcommittees, Children Around the World, 1979
16Subcommittees, Children's Involvement, 1979
17Subcommittees, Corporate, Labor, Industrial and Professional, 1978-1979
18Subcommittees, Media, 1979
19Subcommittees, Special Events, 1978
20Subcommittees, State/Local Involvement, 1978

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101United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), 1975-1979
2United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), 1975-1979
3What Are the Issues?, Educational Opportunity, 1979
4What Are the Issues?, Equality and Diversity for Children, 1979
5What Are the Issues?, Health Care for Children, 1979
6What Are the Issues?, Juvenile Justice, 1979
7White House Briefing and Working Consultation on the Needs of Minority Children, 1979
8Wingspread Conference, 1979
9Working Documents, 1979
10Workplan, 1979



Series 1B: Events, Publications, and Reports

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101ACTION: The Agency for Volunteer Service, 1979

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OV 9Action Woman Interview (audiocassette), 1978

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102American Children's Citizenship Rights League, 1978
3American Health Foundation, 1976-1979
4American Nurses' Association, 1979
5Amnesty International, 1979
6Ann Arbor Public Schools, undated
7Appalachia, 1979
8Articles, 1977-1979

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111Articles, 1977-1979
2Articles, 1977-1979
3Articles, 1977-1979
4Articles, 1977-1979
5Association of American Foreign Service Women, 1979
6Association of Junior Leagues, 1978
7Australian Jaycees, undated
8Auxiliary to the American Optometric Association, 1979

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OV 15Bags, 1979

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119Bee Gees, "Too Much Heaven" (record album), 1978

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OV 1Binders, 1979

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1110Black Women's Forum, undated
11 Book Bird, 1979
12Bridge to the Sun, 1979
13Budget and Legislation, undated
14Bulgaria, 1978
15Canada, 1978
16"Care for Kids" Record Album, 1979

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OV 9CCMA Forum (audiocassette), 1979

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1117Central Congregational Church, New Orleans, 1979
18Changing Values: Teenage Women in the Juvenile Justice System, 1977-1979

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121"Characteristics of American Children and Youth", 1976
2Chicago, undated
3Child Health Assurance Program (CHAP), 1979
4CHILD-to-Child, 1979
5"The Child With Minimal Brain Dysfunction Learning Disabilities, 1979
6Children Without, 1979
7Children's Defense Fund, 1977
8Children's Defense Fund, 1978-1979
9Children's Defense Fund, "Children Out of School in America, 1974
10Children's Express, 1979
11Children's Foundation, 1979-1980
12Children's Rights, Inc., 1979
13Children's Television, 1979-1980
14Children's Television, Action for Children's Television, 1979

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131Children's Television, National Council for Children's Television, 1978-1979
2Children's Television, National PTA Action Center, 1977-1978
3Chinese People's National Committee for the Defence of Children, 1979
4Church Center for the United Nations, 1979
5Church Women United, 1979
6Citizens for the International Year of the Child, 1978
7Coalition for Children and Youth, 1978-1979
8Coalition Labor Union Women, 1979

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OV 1Commemorative United States Postage Stamp, 1979

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139The Council for Interracial Books for Children, 1976-1978
10The Council for Interracial Books for Children, 1976-1978
11Curriculum Development Centre, Guyana, Mathematics Project, 1976-1977

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141Curriculum Development Centre, Guyana, Mathematics Project, 1976-1977
2Curriculum Development Centre, Guyana, Mathematics Project, 1976-1977
3Curriculum Development Centre, Guyana, Reading Project, 1976
4Curriculum Development Centre. Timehri Readers, 1976
5Curriculum Development Centre, Timehri Readers, 1976
6"Dear President" Letters from Children, 1978
7"The Determinants of Wellness in Children: The Roles of Spirit, Attitudes, Expectations" by John A. Bruce, 1979
8District of Columbia, 1979
9Education Programs, 1974-1979
10"Egyptian Childrens' Artistic Expressions", 1979
11El Hogar Del Nino/Cuidar, undated
1Emanuel J. Brisker, Jr., Manuscripts, 1978

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152Erikson Institute for Early Education, 1973
3Family Life Development Center, Cornell University, 1978
4Florida, 1979
5"Foundation for Child Development", 1978
6The Fourth World, undated
7Friends Committee on Legislation, 1979
8Geneseo Migrant Center, 1974-1979
9Germany, 1979
10"The General Mills American Family Report", 1976-1979
11Girl Scouts of America, 1980
12Girls Clubs of America, Inc., 1977-1978
13The Green Circle Program, 1979
14Guatemala, 1979

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161Hawaii, 1980
2Hillcrest Receiving Home, undated
3Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, University of Texas, 1979
4"Homer Mulbah Jones and the Thirteen Right on Bunch", undated
5Hunger, 1974-1978
6The Hunger Project, 1978
7The Hunger Project, 1978
8The Hunger Project, 1980
9Immunization, 1977-1979
10"An In-Depth Look at Runaway Youth", undated
11Indianapolis, 1979
12Indo-Chinese Refugees Social Services, undated
13Institute of Cultural Affairs, 1978
14Interagency Calendar of Events, 1979
15Interagency Panel on Early Childhood Research and Development, 1978
16International Council for Infant Survival, 1978
17International KYB Program, undated
18International Playground Association, 1978
19International Union for Child Welfare, undated

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OV 9International Year of the Child (2 audiocassettes), 1979
International Year of the Child Directions (beta cassette), undated

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1620Iowa, 1979

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171Jamaica Movement for the Advancement of Literacy, 1975-1977
2Jamaica Movement for the Advancement of Literacy, 1975-1977
3Jamaica Movement for the Advancement of Literacy, 1975-1977

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OV 9Jean Young Interview (reel-to-reel), 1978

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174"Jimbo the Little African Clown", undated
5The Joint Child Health Planning Task Force, NC, 1979
6Juvenile Services Commission, 1979
7Kansas, Governor's Task Force on the Problems of Youth, undated
8Kentucky, 1979
9Latino Institute, undated

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OV 2"Learn at Home the Sesame Street Way", 1979

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1710Learning About Learning, undated
11Los Angeles, 1979
12March of Dimes, 1979-1980
13Masumi Hayashi Keesey, "Akira: Sun & Moon", 1979

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181Michigan Department of Public Health, 1978
2Michigan State University, 1978
3National Apprenticeship Institute (INA) Costa Rica, 1977
4National Broadcasting Company (NBC), 1979
5National Day Care Conference, 1979
6National Indian Child Conference, 1979
7National Juvenile Justice Program Collaboration, 1978
8National League for Nursing, 1979
9National Office for Social Responsibility, 1978
10National Youth Alternatives Project, 1978
11National Youth Work Alliance, 1979
12New Future Foundation, Inc., 1979
13New York City, 1976-1976
14New York City, The Cathedral School, 1979
15North Dakota, 1979
16Nutrition, undated
17"Nutrition Programs for Children in Developing Countries" by Augusta N. Field, 1980
18Olivet Institutional Baptist Church, Cleveland, 1979
19Ontario, 1979
20Pennsylvania, 1978
21Philippines, 1977

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191Philippines, 1978
2Philippines, 1978
3Philippines, 1979
4Play and Recreation, 1975-1978
5Poland, 1979
6The Population Institute, 1978
7Population Reference Bureau, 1977-1979

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OV 2Posters, 1979

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OV 3Posters, 1979

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198President's Commission on Mental Health, 1978
9President's Commission on Mental Health, 1978

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201President's Commission on World Hunger, 1979
2Providence Child Center, 1979
3Queens College, 1979
4Reading is Fundamental, Inc., 1979
5Refugee Health, 1979
6Register of Activities, Volume 1, 1978
7Register of Activities, Volume 1, 1978
8Register of Activities, Volume 2, 1978
9Register of Activities, Volume 2, 1978
10Register of Activities, Volume 3, 1979

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211Register of Activities, Volume 3, 1979
2"A Report on the Two Years of the National Juvenile Justice Program Collaboration" by Kathryn W. Burkhart, 1978
3The Right to Grow Right, 1979
4Rochester, New York, 1979
5Rural New York Farm Worker Opportunities, Inc., 1979
6St. Alban's Congregational Church, New York City, 1979
7St. Philip's Church, New York City, 1976-1979
8Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs United States Senate, 1973
9Senegal, 1979
10Sesame Street Goes To Prison, 1978

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22221"Short Stories" by the Pupils and Staff of the Title I Reading Program, Bronx, New York, 1979
2Smithsonian Institution, 1979
3Songs, Composed by Dianne Baker, 1979
4Songs, Composed by Ella Jenkins, 1979
5SOS Childrens Villages, 1971-1974
6SOS Childrens Villages, 1971-1974
7SOS Childrens Villages, 1977
8South Carolina, 1979
9"The Status of Children" by Kurt J. Snapper and JoAnne S. Ohms, 1977

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OV 9Step by Step for International Year of the Child (film), undated

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2210Summit Conference of Black Religious Leaders on Apartheid, 1979
11Sweden, 1979
12Symposium on Public Concerns of Immunization, 1978

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231Texas Child Care, 1976-1979
2Texas Child Care, 1976-1979
3"Today's Promises: Tomorrow's Americans Putting Children First on the National Agenda" by Marian Wright Edelman, 1977
4Union Rescue Mission, 1979
5United Nations Association, Illinois and Greater Chicago Division, 1977-1979
6United Neighborhood Centers of America, Inc., 1980
7University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1979
8Wayne State University, 1979
9West Africa, undated
10The White House, 1979-1980

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OV 9White House (beta cassette), 1978

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2311White House Conference on Children, 1978
12Women and Work, 1979
13Women's Forum, Inc., 1979
14Yale University, 1979
15Yale University, 1979
16Zion United Methodist Church, Marion, Alabama, 1979
 

Series 2: Children's Advocacy, 1970-1992

Series 2, Children's Advocacy, contains correspondence, reports, fliers, programs, brochures, publications, newsletters, and ephemera documenting Young's involvement in various organizations promoting the rights and needs of children, primarily in Atlanta.
See Series 1 for additional material on children's advocacy, United Nations Children's Fund, and the Children's Defense Fund. See Series 6 for speeches and speaking engagements related to children's advocacy. See Series 7 for additional notes and schedules of Young's activities. See Series 8 for photographs.

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2317Action For Bridgeport Community Development Inc., 1990
18Adolescent Development and Early Parent Training, 1989
19Aid to Imprisoned Mothers, Inc., 1989
20The Alliance for Human Services Planning, 1990

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24241Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, undated
2Atlanta Children's Theatre, undated
3Atlanta Committee for the Children, 1983
4Atlanta-Fulton County Commission on Children and Youth, 1982-1992
5Atlanta-Fulton County Commission on Children and Youth, 1982-1992
6Atlanta-Fulton County Commission on Children and Youth, 1982-1992
7Atlanta-Fulton County Commission on Children and Youth, 1982-1992
8Atlanta-Fulton County Commission on Children and Youth, 1982-1992
9Atlanta-Fulton County Commission on Children and Youth, Inventory of Children and Youth Services in Fulton County, 1990
10Atlanta-Fulton County Commission on Children and Youth, Inventory of Children and Youth Services in Fulton County, 1991

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251Atlanta-Fulton County Commission on Children and Youth, Kids 4 a Change, 1992-1993
2Bedford Pine Child and Family Resources Center, Inc., 1985
3 The Black Child Advocate, 1972
3The Black Family Project, Inc., undated
4Butler Street YMCA, 1971-1976
5Camp Best Friends, 1988
6Campaign for Child Survival, undated
7Cascade Youth Organization, 1984
8Center for Peace and Conflict Studies, Wayne State University, 1980
9Challengers Club Space Camp, 1990
10Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, 1988
11"Child Abuse and Day Care: A Special Report" by A. Kelley Fead, undated
12Child Abuse Task Force, 1980
13Child and Adolescent Development Inc., Texas, 1985-1989
14Child Service and Family Counseling Center, Inc./Families First, 1981-1990
15Child Service and Family Counseling Center, Inc./Families First, 1981-1990
16Child Service and Family Counseling Center, Inc./Families First, 1981-1990

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261Child Service and Family Counseling Center, Inc./Families First, 1981-1990
2Child Service and Family Counseling Center, Inc./Families First, 1981-1990
3Child Service and Family Counseling Center, Inc./Families First, 1981-1990
4Child Service and Family Counseling Center, Inc./Families First, 1981-1990
5Child Service and Family Counseling Center, Inc./Families First, 1981-1990
6Child Service and Family Counseling Center, Inc./Families First, 1981-1990
7Child Service and Family Counseling Center, Inc./Families First, "A Century of Caring, the First 100 Years of Families First" by Mary Margaret Carr, 1990
8Child Welfare League of America, 1984-1986
9Child Welfare Resource Information Exchange, 1980

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271Children Now, 1989
2Children on the Frontline: International Symposium for Artists, Writers and Intellectuals for Child Survival and Development in the Frontline States and Southern Africa, 1988
3 Children Today, 1982
4Children's Defense Fund, 1979-1991
5Children's Defense Fund, 1979-1991
6Children's Defense Fund, 1979-1991
7Children's Defense Fund, 1979-1991
8Children's Defense Fund, 1979-1991

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281Children's Defense Fund, 1979-1991
2Children's Defense Fund, 1979-1991
3Children's Defense Fund, "A Call for Action to Make Our Nation Safe for Children: A Briefing Book on the Status of American Children in 1988", 1988
4Children's Defense Fund, "CDF Reports", 1980-1986
5Children's Defense Fund, "Child Watch Update", 1982-1983
6Children's Defense Fund, "Children 1990: A Report Card, Briefing Book, and Action Primer", 1990
7Children's Defense Fund, "A Children's Defense Budget", 1981
8Children's Defense Fund, "A Children's Defense Budget", 1982
9Children's Defense Fund, "A Children's Defense Budget", 1984

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291Children's Defense Fund, "A Children's Defense Budget", 1984
2Children's Defense Fund, "A Children's Defense Budget", 1987
3Children's Defense Fund, "A Children's Defense Budget", 1988
4Children's Defense Fund, "A Children's Defense Budget", 1990
5Children's Defense Fund, "Maternal and Child Health Data Book", 1986
6Children's Defense Fund, "The Nation's Investment in Children", 1991

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301Children's Defense Fund, "Portrait of Inequality: Black and White Children in America", 1980
2Children's Defense Fund, "A State Child Care Fact Book", 1985
3Children's Defense Fund, "A State Child Care Fact Book", 1987
4Children's Defense Fund, "Unclaimed Children" by Jane Knitzer, 1982
5Children's Defense Fund, "What Every American Should Be Asking Political Leaders in 1988", 1988
6Children's Defense Fund, "Where Do You Look? Where Do You Ask? How Do You Know? Information Resources for Child Advocates", 1980
7Children's Express, 1988-1989

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OV 8Children's Express (videocassette), undated

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308The Children's Foundation, 1980
9The Children's Health Fund, 1989-1990
10Children's Service League, undated
11Committee for Economic Development, undated

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311Comprehensive Child Care Planning, 1980
2Continuum Alliance for Human Development, 1982
3"Cooperation is the Key: A Handbook for Community Use in Reducing Teenage Pregnancy", 1986
4Council for Children, Inc., 1982-1988
5Council for Children, Inc., 1982-1988
6Council for Children, Inc., 1982-1988
7Creative Options, Inc., 1990
8"Crisis in Health Care for Black and Poor Americans" by the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, undated
9DeKalb County Teenage Pregnancy Task Force, 1989
10Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Child Development Center, Inc., 1980
11Edwin Gould Services for Children, 1980
13Family Planning, 1979-1989
14Family Service America, 1985
15FilmFair Communications, undated
16Fulton County Youth Corp Committee, 1989
17Gate City Day Nursery Association, 1981
18Georgia Association for Children, undated
19Georgia Commission on Children and Youth, 1990
20Georgia Commission on Children and Youth, 1990

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321Georgia Commission on Children and Youth, 1990
2Georgia Council on Child Abuse, 1984-1990
3Georgia Council on Child Abuse, 1984-1990
4Georgia Council on Child Abuse, 1984-1990
5Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities, 1989-1990
6Georgia Hill Neighborhood Center, 1981
7Georgians for Children, Inc., 1990-1992
8Girls Club of America, 1979-1985
9Girl's Town of the Florence Crittendon League, 1977
10Governor's Conference on Children and Youth, 1989

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331Greater Atlanta McDonald's Operator's Association, 1983
2Healthy Children, undated
3Helping Teens Live Responsibly, 1986
4Institute for Child Advocacy, 1978-1982
5International Youth Program of the Institute for, 1985
6Interstudy, undated
7Jack and Jill of America, Inc., 1967-1990
8Jack and Jill of America, Inc., 1967-1990
9Jack and Jill of America, Inc., 1967-1990
10Jack and Jill of America, Inc., 1967-1990
11Jack and Jill of America, Inc., 1967-1990

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OV 1Jack and Jill of America, Inc., undated

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341Junior League, undated
2Justice for All Day, 1987
3KidsPlace, 1985
4The Maryland Center for Child Study, 1982
5The Metropolitan Atlanta Girls' Clubs, Inc., 1981-1989
6"Mike Dukakis on the Issues: At-Risk Children and Youth", 1988
7National Black Child Development Institute, Inc., 1980-1985

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OV 1National Black Child Development Institute, Inc., Calendar, 1979-1982

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348National Center for Clinical Infant Programs, 1982-1987
9National Committee for Prevention of Child Abuse, 1985-1986
10National Council for Black Family and Child Development, 1982
11National Governor's Association Task Force on Children, 1989
12National League of Cities, undated
13National Task Force on the Next Generation, undated
14Northside Center for Child Development, Inc., 1977
15Notes, undated
16"Observations from the First State Child Welfare, 1981
17Odyssey House, undated
18Operation California, 1980
19Operation Crossroads Africa, 1977-1981
20Parents Anonymous of Georgia, Inc., 1982-1983
21Phyllis Wheatley YWCA Shelter for Homeless Women and Children, 1985
22Policy Study Group, 1983

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351Program to Consolidate Health Services for High-Risk Young People, 1984
2Program to Consolidate Health Services for High-Risk Young People, 1984
3Reach Out, undated
4Resources for Child Care Management, 1985
5"The Rights of Children" by Barbara I. Whitaker and Samuel A. Wallace, 1983
6Save the Children, 1981-1990
7S.C.L.C./W.O.M.E.N., National Conference on the Black Child, 1981
8S.C.L.C./W.O.M.E.N., National Conference on the Black Teenager, 1983
9Skyline Civitan Club, 1986
10Southern Regional Council, 1986
11Southwest Family Branch YMCA, 1976-1981
12"Suffer the Children" by the Atlanta Journal and the Atlanta Constitution, 1989
13Task Force on the Crisis in the Black American Family, 1984-1985
14Teen Pregnancy Task Force, 1984-1986
15Teen Pregnancy Task Force, 1984-1986

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361"A Training Manual for Working With Adolescents as Peer Counselors" by Judith Segal, 1979
2"Troubled Children in Georgia: An Overview with Avenues for Action", 1981
3The Union for Experimenting Colleges and Universities, 1978-1980
4United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), 1977
5United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), 1980-1990
6United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), 1980-1990
7United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), 1980-1990
8United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), 1980-1990
9United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), 1980-1990

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371United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), 1980-1990

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372United Way, 1982-1990
3U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 1980
4Vice President's Task Force on Youth Employment, 1980
5Vocational Office Training, 1977
6The Wee Care Express, 1990
7White House Conference on Children, 1970
8White House Conference on Youth, 1971
9"Who Speaks for the Children?" Children in Poverty Hearing, 1988
10Wholistic Stress Control Institute, Inc., 1991
11Youth At Risk, 1989
12"Youth Law News", 1985-1986
13Youth Opportunity Unlimited (YOU), 1989
 

Series 3: Education, 1952-1992

Series 3, Education, contains correspondence, reports, articles, fliers, programs, meeting minutes and agendas, and ephemera documenting events and programs, schools, organizations, and Young's educational career. There are course catalogs, memos, notes, yearbooks, and course material about her roles as an instructor and Public Relations Officer for Atlanta Junior College. The "Black Studies" folders contain ideas, articles, research, and activities to incorporate African-American history and culture into elementary education in the late 1960s, twenty years before the Atlanta Public Schools implemented a district-wide program.
See Series 6 for speeches and speaking engagements related to education. See Series 7 for additional notes and schedules of Young's activities. See Series 8 for photographs.

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381Advanced Technology Development Center, 1985

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OV 3American Federation of Teachers Bill of Rights Poster, undated

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OV 8AND Communications: 6th Graders Glen Haven Elementary School, Decatur, GA (videocassette), 1991
AND Communications: Andrew Young (2 videocassettes), 1991
AND Communications: Celebrate Difference Nonviolence Training (3 videocassettes), 1991
AND Communications: Hosea Williams (videocassette), 1991
AND Communications: James Orange (videocassette), 1991

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382AND Communications/IBM, "Letter from a, Birmingham Jail" Project, 1991-1992
3AND Communications/IBM, "Letter from a, Birmingham Jail" Project, 1991-1992
4AND Communications/IBM, "Letter from a, Birmingham Jail" Project, 1991-1992
5AND Communications/IBM, "Letter from a, Birmingham Jail" Project, 1991-1992
6AND Communications/IBM, "Letter from a, Birmingham Jail" Project, 1991-1992
7AND Communications/IBM, "Letter from a, Birmingham Jail" Project, 1991-1992

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OV 8AND Communications: Otis Moss (2 videocassettes), 1991
AND Communications: Willie Bolden (2 videocassettes), 1991

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388Apple Learning Series, undated

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OV 8Apple Learning Series: Early Language (videocassette), undated

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391Articles, 1976-1990
2Articles, 1976-1990
3Artists in the Schools Program, 1985
4Asa Hilliard, "Freedom?", 1985
5Asa Hilliard, "Kemetic Chronology: A Summary", 1988
6Asa Hilliard, "The Strengths of African-American Children and Families", 1982
7Atlanta Council of PTAs, 1987
8"Atlanta Education," Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, 1986
9Atlanta Junior College, 1974-1977
10Atlanta Junior College, Course Catalogs, 1976-1977
11Atlanta Junior College, Course Catalogs, 1976-1977
12Atlanta Junior College, Course Catalogs, 1983-1984
13Atlanta Junior College, Course Catalogs, 1985

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OV 9Atlanta Junior College (film), undated

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OV 1Atlanta Junior College, Folders, undated

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3914Atlanta Junior College, Learning in Atlanta Forum, 1977

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401Atlanta Junior College, Reading Course, 1975
2Atlanta Junior College, Reading Course, 1976
3Atlanta Junior College, Reading Course, 1976
4Atlanta Junior College, Reading Course, 1976
5Atlanta Junior College, "Spectrum", undated
6Atlanta Junior College, Student Papers, 1977
7Atlanta Junior College, Yearbook, 1975
8Atlanta Junior College, Yearbook, 1975

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411Atlanta Junior College, Yearbook, 1976
2Atlanta Magnet Schools, 1989
3Atlanta Metropolitan College, 1989
4Atlanta Parents and Public Linked for Education (APPLE Corps), 1982-1993
5Atlanta Parents and Public Linked for Education (APPLE Corps), Workshop, 1981-1983
6Atlanta Partnership of Business and Education, Inc., 1987-1988
7Atlanta Public Schools, 1972-1989
8Atlanta Public Schools, 1972-1989

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421Atlanta Public Schools, Adopt-a-School Handbook, 1982
2Atlanta Public Schools, African American Studies Project, 1989
3Atlanta Public Schools, Alternative Education, 1980
4Atlanta Public Schools, Annual Report, 1990-1991
5Atlanta Public Schools, "Bridging the Gap, Home and School" by Jean Childs Young, 1970
6Atlanta Public Schools, Central City Program, 1969
7Atlanta Public Schools, Central City Program, 1969
8Atlanta Public Schools, Central City Program, 1969
9Atlanta Public Schools, Central City Program, 1969
10Atlanta Public Schools, Central City Program, Evaluation, 1969
11Atlanta Public Schools, Central City Program, Interviews, 1969
12Atlanta Public Schools, Central City Program, Memos, 1969

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431Atlanta Public Schools, Elementary Physical Education Guide, 1964
2Atlanta Public Schools, Elementary Physical Education Guide, 1964
3Atlanta Public Schools, Library Group for Better Public Schools, 1985-1989
4Atlanta Public Schools, Personnel Directory, 1970-1971
5Atlanta Public Schools, Personnel Directory, 1971-1972
6Atlanta Public Schools, The Pupil Progression Plan, 1981
7Atlanta Public Schools, Science Congress, 1977
8Atlanta Public Schools, Student Exchange Essays, 1989
9Atlanta Public Schools, "The Success Environment: An Approach to Community Educational Improvement", 1970
10Atlanta Public Schools, Technology, 1989

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441Atlanta University, 1974-1982
2"Basic Curriculum Content for Georgia's Public Schools", 1985
3 Basic Writing, 1976
4Benjamin E. Mays High School, 1989
5Black Educational Center, 1979-1980
6Black Studies, 1966-1972
7Black Studies, 1966-1972
8Black Studies, 1966-1972
9Black Studies, 1986-1991
10Black Studies, 1986-1991
11Black Studies, 1986-1991

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451Black Studies, Articles, 1968-1976
2Black Studies, Bibliographies, 1966-1970
3Black Studies, Bibliographies, 1966-1970
4Black Studies, Bibliographies, 1966-1970
5Black Studies, Conferences and Programs, 1968-1969
6Black Studies, Curriculum Infusion: African and African American History and Culture, 1990
7Black Studies, "Education to Govern, a Philosophy and Program for Learning Now!", 1974
8Black Studies, "Negro American Life and History", 1970
9Black Studies, "The Negro in American History, A Curriculum Resource Bulletin for Secondary Schools", 1964
10Black Studies, "The Negro in American History" Curriculum Bulletin, 1964
11Black Studies, "The Negro in Schoolroom Literature", 1968
12Black Studies, "An Outline of Content and Concepts for Teaching the Contributions and Participation of Afro-Americans in the Elementary Grades, 1968
13Black Studies, "Suggested Activities and Resources for Teaching the History of Negro Life in America", 1968

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461"The Black World in Literature for Children" by Joyce White Mills; "A Blueprint for Business on Restructuring Education" by the National Alliance of Business, 1977, 1989
2Capitol Avenue School; CEL Educational Resources, Video Encyclopedia of the 20th Century, 1971, 1986-1987
3CEL Educational Resources, Video Encyclopedia of the 20th Century, 1986-1987
4CEL Educational Resources, Video Encyclopedia of the 20th Century, 1986-1987
5CEL Educational Resources, Video Encyclopedia of the 20th Century, 1986-1987
6CEL Educational Resources, Video Encyclopedia of the 20th Century, 1986-1987
7CEL Educational Resources, Video Encyclopedia of the 20th Century, 1986-1987
8CEL Educational Resources, Video Encyclopedia of the 20th Century, 1986-1987

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471CEL Educational Resources, Video Encyclopedia of the 20th Century, 1986-1987
2CEL Educational Resources, Video Encyclopedia of the 20th Century, 1986-1987
3CEL Educational Resources, Video Encyclopedia of the 20th Century, 1986-1987
4CEL Educational Resources, Video Encyclopedia of the 20th Century, 1986-1987
5CEL Educational Resources, Video Encyclopedia of the 20th Century, 1986-1987
6CEL Educational Resources, Video Encyclopedia of the 20th Century, 1986-1987
7CEL Educational Resources, Video Encyclopedia of the 20th Century, 1986-1987
8CEL Educational Resources, Video Encyclopedia of the 20th Century, 1986-1987
9CEL Educational Resources, Video Encyclopedia of the 20th Century, 1986-1987

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481CEL Educational Resources, Video Encyclopedia of the 20th Century, 1986-1987

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OV 8CEL Educational Resources, Video Encyclopedia of the 20th Century, Promos with Jean Young (6 videocassettes), undated

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482The Center for Democratic Education, 1980
3Center for Strategic and International Studies, 1989-1991
4Center for the Study of Adult Literacy, Georgia State University, 1990
5Cities in Schools, Inc., 1981-1989
6Coalition of Alabamians Reforming Education, 1996
7Coalition of Alabamians Reforming Education, 1996
8Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation, Inc., 1990
9Cognitive Education Programs for Younger and Older Children, 1988-1989
10"The Community College Foundation", 1982
11Conferences and Programs, 1969-1992

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491Conferences and Programs, 1969-1992
2Correspondence, 1980-1984
3Council for Aid to Education, 1989
4Council for Basic Education, undated
5The Council for Interracial Books for Children, 1985-1989
6"CUNY Bibliography of Basic Skills", 1980
7CUNY Instructional Resource Center, 1976-1977
8Curriculum Information Center School Directory, AL, 1986-1987
9Curriculum Information Center School Directory, FL, 1986-1987
10Curriculum Information Center School Directory, GA, 1985-1987
11Curriculum Information Center School Directory, KY, 1985-1987
12Curriculum Information Center School Directory, MS, 1986-1987
13Curriculum Information Center School Directory, NC, 1986-1987
14Curriculum Information Center School Directory, SC, 1986-1987
15Curriculum Information Center School Directory, TN, 1986-1987
16Curriculum Information Center School Directory, VA, 1985-1987
17Curriculum Information Center School Directory, WV, 1986-1987

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501Daring Black Leaders, 1974
2Del Paso Heights School District, California, 1977
3Del Paso Heights School District, California, 1977
4"Desegregation Works: A Primer for Parents and Teachers" by Lillian S. Calhoun, 1968
5Distributive Education Clubs of America, undated
6"Early Childhood Education in Atlanta: A Need for New Priorities" by Better Schools - Atlanta, 1970
7East Lake School, 1970-1971
8East Rivers School, 1979-1982
9"Educating Urban Youth: A National Challenge" by Robert L. Green, 1989
10Education and the Revitalization of America, 1989
11"Education in the Year 2000" by George Leonard, 1967
12Education Programs, 1989
13Education's Role in a Violent Society, undated
14Educational Assessment Publishing Company, 1988
15"Educational System for the 70s News", 1969
16E.L. Abercrombie Scholarship Fund, 1987-1990

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OV 9Elementary School Children (audiocassette), undated

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5017Environmental Tablet Project, 1991

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511Environmental Tablet Project, 1991
2"Focus," Spelman College English Majors Club, 1975
3Follett Corporation, 1986
4Fred A. Toomer Elementary School, 1971
5Georgia Alliance for Public Education, 1989-1990
6Georgia Alliance for Public Education, 1990-1991
7Georgia Alliance for Public Education, 1990-1991
8Georgia Alliance for Public Education, 1990-1991
9Georgia Alliance for Public Education, "Public Education: The Link to Georgia's Workforce", 1989
10Georgia Alliance for Public Education, "Red Clay and Skyscrapers", 1989
11Georgia Board of Education, Quality Basic Education Act, 1985-1986

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521Georgia Board of Education, Quality Basic Education Act, 1985-1986
2Georgia Education Articulation Committee, Inc., 1987
3Georgia Governor's Program, 1987
4Georgia Public Education Foundation, 1986-1987
5Georgia State University, 1988
6Georgians for Excellence in Education, 1985
7The Governor's Education Review Commission, 1984
8Grace C. Abrams and Fran C. Schmidt, "Activities for Exploring Conflict and Aggression", 1978
9Grace C. Abrams and Fran C. Schmidt, "Learning Peace", 1972
10Grade Teacher, 1968
11Greater Cleveland Roundtable, 1987
12Grio, 1989
13Head Start, 1990
14Head Start, 1990
15 Hip Reader, 1971
16Hyde School, Maine, undated

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OV 9IBM Student Pennant Race (3/4 videocassette), undated

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OV 8Illuminated Books and Manuscripts (2 videocassettes), undated

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5217Instructional Service Center, 1968
18Institute for Research on Educational Finance and Governance, 1983
19 Integrated Education, 1972-1973
20International Students Day, 1984

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OV 3International Students Day Poster, 1984

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531Kiara Tutorial Center, 1989
2Learning at Lullwater, undated
3Legacy International Youth Program, 1987
4L.O. Kimberly Elementary School, undated
5Local Education Agency, undated
6Manual for the Gates Primary Reading Tests, 1958
7Mayor's Task Force on Public Education, 1981-1989
8Mayor's Task Force on Public Education, 1981-1989
9Mayor's Task Force on Public Education, 1981-1989
10Mayor's Task Force on Public Education, 1981-1989
11Mayor's Task Force on Public Education, 1981-1989
12Mayor's Task Force on Public Education, Dream Jamboree, 1983
13Mayor's Task Force on Public Education, Dream Jamboree, 1983

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2Mayor's Task Force on Public Education, Dream Jamboree, 1984
3Mayor's Task Force on Public Education, Dream Jamboree, 1985
4Mayor's Task Force on Public Education, Dream Jamboree, 1986

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7Mayor's Task Force on Public Education, Dream Jamboree, 1987

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2Mayor's Task Force on Public Education, Dream Jamboree, 1989

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553Mayor's Task Force on Public Education, Dream Jamboree, 1990
4Mayor's Task Force on Public Education, Dream Jamboree, 1990
5Mayor's Task Force on Public Education, Dream Jamboree, 1991
6Mayor's Task Force on Public Education, Dream Jamboree, 1992

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OV 9Mayor's Task Force on Public Education, Dream Jamboree (audiocassette), undated

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557Mayor's Task Force on Public Education, Mayor's Scholars, 1985-1989
8Mayor's Task Force on Public Education, "Speak to Me As I Am", 1989
9"The Metropolitan Life Survey of the American Teacher", 1985

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561"Mirrors of Excellence: Reflections for Teacher Education from Training Programs in Ten Corporations and Agencies" by W. Robert Houston, 1986
2Nathan B. Forrest Elementary School, 1970-1971
3National Association of State Boards of Education, 1988-1989
4National Commission on the Role of the School and the Community in Improving Adolescent Health, 1989
5National Conference: Infusion of African and African-American Content in the School Curriculum, 1989-1990
6National Conference on Educating Black Children, 1987

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OV 8National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship (videocassette), undated

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567The National Foundation for the Improvement of Education, 1979
8National Reading Center, Right to Read, 1976
9New HOPE (Help Our Public Education), 1970
10North Carolina Department of Community Colleges, 1983-1987
11Northside Atlanta Parents for Public Schools, 1981-1982
12Notes and Drafts, undated
13"Notes from the National Testing Network in Writing", 1982-1985
14Oregon Multicultural Education Association, 1989-1990
15"OTARA Four Minute Reading Programme Manual" by Donna Awatere and Lois Hadfield, 1979
16"OTARA Four Minute Reading Programme Manual" by Donna Awatere and Lois Hadfield, 1980

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571Outward Bound, 1986-1991
2Outward Bound, 1986-1991

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OV 1Outward Bound, Calendar, 1985

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573"A Pathway to Better Schools: A Communication Skills Program Model", 1969
4"A Pathway to Better Schools: A Dropout Reduction Program Model", 1969
5"A Pathway to Better Schools: A Follow-Through Program Model", 1969
6"A Pathway to Better Schools: A Follow-Through Program Model", 1969
7"A Pathway to Better Schools: An In-Service Training Program Model", 1969
8"A Pathway to Better Schools: An Organizational Strategies Program Model", 1969
9"A Pathway to Better Schools: A Preschool Instruction Program Model", 1969

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581PBS Video, undated
2 Phi Delta Kappan, 1982
3Phoenix Commission on Excellence, 1988
4Princeton Center for Leadership Training, 1988-1989
5Prudential Insurance Company of America, "Facing Facts About Preparing for Your Future", 1971
6Project Focus, undated
7Reading Instruction, undated
8Reading Instruction, undated
9Reading Instruction, undated
10Record Center Educational Resources, undated
11 Risk, 1970
12Riverwood School, Decatur, undated
13Rockdale County Public Schools, Pupil Personnel Services Demonstration Center, undated
14"The Role of the Peace Corps in Education in Developing Countries", 1981
15 SAEOPP: Journal of the Southeastern Association of Educational Opportunity Program Personnel, 1983

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591Sausalito School District, California, 1968
2Scholarships, 1984
3 Schoolbook: A Journal on Education, 1990
4Smith High School, 1978
5Southeast Regional Conference on Educating Black Children, 1988
6Southern Coalition for Educational Equity, undated
7Southern Education Foundation, 1987
8Southern Regional Education Board, 1989-1990
9Southwest High School, 1975-1981
10Student Teaching Handbook, University of Georgia, undated
11 Study Encounters, 1965
12 Such Interesting Things to Do! For Grades 1 and 2, 1966
13Sutton Middle School, 1984
14 Teacher, 1973
15Teacher Corps Program, 1967-1968
16Teacher Corps Program, 1967-1968
17Teacher Corps Program, 1967-1968

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601Teacher Corps Program, 1967-1968
2Teacher Corps Program, Center for Ethnic Studies, 1969
3"Teachers, Free of Prejudice? (Take This Test and See)" by H. Larry Winecoff and Eugene W. Kelly Jr., 1969
4Teachers United in Georgia, 1989
5"The Teaching Profession and Educational Reform: Perceptions of Teachers in Southeast Georgia", 1989
6University of Georgia, 1988-1989
7"Vital Issues Related to the Education of Minority Youth" by Robert L. Green, 1989
8"We Build Together: A Reader's Guide to Negro Life and Literature for Elementary and High School Use" by Charlemae Rollins, 1967
9Wesley Avenue School, 1972
10Whitefoord Elementary School, 1963-1965

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OV 8Writing to Read Program (videocassette), 1987
 

Series 4: Community and Civic Involvement, 1970-1994

Series 4, Community and Civic Involvement, contains correspondence, notes, reports, brochures, fliers, programs, and ephemera documenting Young's involvement in various activities, primarily in Atlanta, for women, politics, museums, African-American culture and history, and volunteerism.
See Series 6 for speeches and speaking engagements related to civic and community involvement. See Series 7 for additional notes and schedules of Young's activities. See Series 8 for photographs.
See the Andrew J. Young Papers for material from "Women for Andrew Young."

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6111 African Woman, 1979-1982

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6012The African-American Institute, 1981-1983

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OV 9Alabama Voting March (3/4 videocassette), 1982

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6013Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, 1970
14American Business Women's Association, 1982-1983
15The APEX: African-American Panoramic Experience, 1987-1991
16The APEX: African-American Panoramic Experience, 1987-1991

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611The APEX: African-American Panoramic Experience, 1987-1991
2The APEX: African-American Panoramic Experience, 1987-1991
3The APEX: African-American Panoramic Experience, 1987-1991
4The APEX: African-American Panoramic Experience, 1987-1991
5The APEX: African-American Panoramic Experience, 1987-1991
6The APEX: African-American Panoramic Experience, 1987-1991
7Ashanti Enstoolment Ceremony, 1990
8Atlanta 9 to 5, a Membership Organization of Office Workers, 1984
9Atlanta Association for Democracy in China, 1990
10The Atlanta Business League's Women-in-Business Committee, 1984
11Atlanta Center for Black Art, 1970
12Atlanta Civic Opera Association, 1980
13Atlanta Council for International Visitors, 1979-1980
14Atlanta Hawks Foundation, 1993
15Atlanta Housing Authority, 1987

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621Atlanta Professional Women's Directory, 1985
2Atlanta Symphony Associates, 1984-1990
3Atlanta Symphony Associates, 1984-1990
4Atlanta Women's Network, Inc., 1981-1989
5Atlanta Women's Network, Inc., Directory, undated

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OV 8Atlanta's First Lady, An Interview with Mrs. Andrew Young (2 videocassettes), 1989

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OV 9Atlanta's First Lady, An Interview with Mrs. Andrew Young (3/4 videocassette), 1989

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626Auburn Avenue Research Library on African American Culture and History, 1989-1992
7Black Pride, 1971
8Black Women Entrepreneurs, Inc., 1983
9Black Women's Coalition of Atlanta, Inc., 1977-1990
10Black Women's Forum, 1980
11Black Women's Health Project, 1983
12Buddy Check, Cancer Center of Georgia, 1993

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OV 8Buddy Check Sampler, early 1990s

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6213Carrie Steele-Pitts Home, Inc., 1988
14The Carter Center, 1993
15The Carter Center of Emory University, 1993
16The Carter Center of Emory University: Women and the Constitution, a Bicentennial Perspective, 1988-1990
17The Carter Center of Emory University: Women and the Constitution, a Bicentennial Perspective, 1988-1990

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631Charles H. Revson Foundation, 1988-1989
2Citizens' Advisory Council on the Status of Women, 1975
3City-Wide Advisory Council on Public Housing, Inc., 1981
4Civil Rights Restoration Act of 1985, 1985
5Collections of Life and Heritage, Inc., 1980-1983
6Community Council of the Atlanta Area, Inc., undated
7Community of Hospitality, 1989
8Concerned Black Women of Georgia/ Equal Rights Amendment, 1981-1982
9Congressional Black Caucus Spouses, 1983
10Council on Battered Women, Inc., 1981-1982
11Coxe and Associates, 1988
12Democratic National Convention, 1988
13Ebony Fashion Fair, 1990
14The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation, 1991
15Ethiopian Community Association, Inc., 1985
16 The Ethnic Woman, 1977
17The Foundation for Hospital Art, 1985
18Genealogy Task Force, Student's Guide, 1988
19Genealogy Task Force, Teacher's Guide, 1988
20Georgia Coalition of Black Women, Inc., 1984-1989
21Georgia Committee for a Black Agenda, 1990
22Georgia Council on Human Relations, undated

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641Georgia Federation of Democratic Women, 1982-1983
2Georgia Women for Mondale and Ferraro, 1984
3Georgia Women of Achievement, 1990-1992
4Georgia Women's Political Caucus, 1982-1985
5The Great March on Washington, 1988
6Guest Book, 1979-1981
7Habitat for Humanity, 1990
8The Hermione Weil Alexander Fund, Committee to Combat Drugged and Drunken Driving, 1985-1986

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OV 9Infovision "New England Today" (videocassette), 1993

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649The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, 1991
10The Junior League of Atlanta, 1980-1983
11The Junior League of Atlanta, "Peachtree Papers", 1980-1981
12League of Women Voters, 1968-1982

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651League of Women Voters, 1968-1982

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OV 2League of Women Voters, Poster, undated

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652The Links, Inc., 1961-1994
3The Links, Inc., 1961-1994
4The Links, Inc., 1961-1994
5The Links, Inc., 1961-1994

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OV 1The Links, Inc. Tote Bag, undated

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656Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, 1976-1993
7Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, 1981
8Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, King Week, 1988

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661Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, King Week, 1988
2Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, King Week, 1991
3Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, King Week, 1991
4Mary Cosby Moore Campaign, undated
5Metropolitan Atlanta Community Foundation, Inc., 1982-1990
6Million Cranes for Peace, 1985
7 Modern Black Men, 1987
8The Moles, Inc., 1978-1980
9Mothers Mutual of Atlanta, undated
10Myrtle! for Mayor, 1993
11National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc., 1978-1980
12The National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women, 1982
13National Black Women's Conference, 1984
14National Cambodia Crisis Committee, 1979-1980

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671National Cambodia Crisis Committee, 1979-1980
2National Center for Family Literacy, 1991
3National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., 1988
4National Council of Negro Women, Inc., 1982-1989
5The National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc., undated
6National Federation of Democratic Women, 1985
7National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers, 1978
8National Forum on Volunteerism, 1980
9National Forum on Volunteerism, 1980
10National Forum on Volunteerism, 1980
11National Forum on Volunteerism, 1980

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681National Political Congress of Black Women, 1985-1988
2National Welfare Rights Organization, 1968
3National Women's Political Caucus, 1979
4Nigerian-American Friendship Society, 1979-1980
5Notes, undated
6Nuclear War, undated
7Performing Artists for Nuclear Disarmament, 1982
8Phi Delta Kappa, 1984-1985
9Phoenix Arts and Theatre Company, 1978-1979
10Poverty Rights Organization, 1976
11Queens Historical Society, 1989
12Radio Free Georgia, 1977-1980
13 Sage, 1986-1988
14SciTrek, the Science and Technology Museum of Atlanta, 1982-1991
15SciTrek, the Science and Technology Museum of Atlanta, 1982-1991

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691SciTrek, the Science and Technology Museum of Atlanta, 1982-1991
2SciTrek, the Science and Technology Museum of Atlanta, 1982-1991
3SciTrek, the Science and Technology Museum of Atlanta, 1982-1991
4SciTrek, the Science and Technology Museum of Atlanta, 1982-1991
5S.C.L.C./W.O.M.E.N., 1989-1990
6Selma to Montgomery, 1985
7Shrine of the Black Madonna Bookstore and Cultural Center, 1990
8Signatories in Support of Black Woman's Appointment to the Fulton County Board of Commissioners, 1987
9Southern Regional Council, 1985
10 Southscan: a Bulletin of South African Affairs, 1987
11Special Audiences, Inc., undated
12Special Study Committee on the Problems of the Homeless in Georgia, 1987
13Team Defense, Project, Inc., 1977-1978
14"To 'The Africans' and Back: The Aftermath of a Television Series, An Anniversary Report" by Ali A. Mazrui, 1987
15"Toward a State of Self-Esteem", 1990
16Town and Gown Theater, 1988
17United Community Services of Metropolitan Detroit, 1979

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701United Nations Decade for Women, 1980-1983
2United Negro College Fund, 1982-1985
3United States Department of Labor, 1970-1980

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OV 3Universal Declaration of Human Rights Poster, 1973

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OV 9University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, School of Public Health (audiocassette), undated

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704The Volunteers of America, 1983-1985
5Women in Atlanta, 1977-1982
6Women in Politics Conference, 1986

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OV 3Women of Achievement Poster, 1993

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707"The Women" Monthly Lunch, 1987
8The Women's Bureau, U.S. Department of Labor, 1979-1989

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OV 3The Women's Bureau, United States Department of Labor, "Women Workers Then and Now: 1880-1980" Poster, 1980

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709Women's Career Convention, 1981-1982
10Women's History Research Center, undated
11Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, undated
12Women's Issues, 1980-1981
13Women's Week in City Government, 1983

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OV 9Women's Week in City Government (3/4 videocassette), 1983

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7014Women's World Banking, 1990
15World Fest, 1990
16Wren's Nest, 1987
17YWCA of Greater Atlanta, 1981-1990
 

Series 5: Church, 1953-1991

Series 5, Church, contains correspondence, fliers, programs, reports, meeting minutes, agendas, publications, newsletters, and notes documenting Young's involvement with various church activities and organizations, including the United Church of Christ and the First Congregational Church of Atlanta. Church School materials include book catalogs, lesson plans, activities, and teacher and student guides for both adult and child. See Series 6 for Young's speaking engagements at churches and other religious organizations.
See Series 7 for additional notes and schedules of Young's activities.
See the Andrew J. Young Papers for additional material related to the Church of the Brethren and their work at refugee camps in Europe in 1953.

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7418Atlanta Day Shelter for Women, Inc., 1987
19Atlanta Ministry with International Students, 1985
20Brooks Memorial United Methodist Church, 1979
21Center for Concern, 1987
22Central Congregational Church1953, 1982-1988
23Christian Council of Metropolitan Atlanta, Inc., 1985-1987
24Christian Council of Metropolitan Atlanta, Inc., "Together...", 1981-1989
25 Christian Worker's New Testament, 1975
26Christians for a Drug Free Atlanta, 1990
27Church of the Brethren 1953, 1977
28Church of the Master United Presbyterian Church, 1982
29Church Women United of Atlanta, 1987
30The Connecticut Conference United Church of Christ, 1987-1988
1The Council of Churches of the City of New York, 1980
2First Baptist Church, 1972-1981
3First Congregational Church, 1981-1991
4First Congregational Church, Annual Reports, 1990-1991
5First Congregational Church, Banners and Bulletin Boards, 1978-1981
6First Congregational Church, Church Council, 1986-1991
7First Congregational Church, Church School, 1983-1990
8First Congregational Church, Church School, 1983-1990
9First Congregational Church, Church School, 1983-1990
10First Congregational Church, Church School, 1983-1990
1First Congregational Church, Church School, 1983-1990
2First Congregational Church, Church School, 1983-1990
3First Congregational Church, Church School, 1983-1990
4First Congregational Church, Church School, 1983-1990
5First Congregational Church, Church School, 1983-1990
6First Congregational Church, Constitution, 1982-1992
7First Congregational Church, Programs, 1980-1990
1Iconium Baptist Church, 1962
2Interdenominational Theological Center, 1990
3Iowa Black Christian Student Leadership Conference, 1979
4Lutheran Community Food Ministry, 1987
5"My Own Book of Prayers", 1942
6"My Summer in Europe" by Jean Childs, 1952
7The National Baptist Woman, 1982
8National Conference of Christians and Jews, 1985
9National Council of the Churches of Christ, Child and Family Justice Project, 1980
10National Council of the Churches of Christ, Comprehensive Child Care Planning, 1980
11National Council of the Churches of Christ, North American Conference on Church and Family, 1961
12"The New Testament", undated
13Notes, undated
14Open Church Foundation, undated
15 PHP - Peace, Happiness, Prosperity for All, 1970-1972
16Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights, 1991
17St. Albans Congregational Church, 1961
18St. Bartholomew's Church, 1977-1979
19 The Student World, 1955
20United Black Christians, 1986-1990
21United Church Board for Homeland Ministries, 1988-1989
22United Church Board for World Ministries, 1987
23United Church of Christ, 1987-1988
24United Church of Christ, Christian Education Event, 1987-1988
25United Church of Christ, "Church Leaders Bulletin for Laity and Clergy", 1980
26United Church of Christ, Coordinating Center for Women, 1979-1980
27United Church of Christ, Coordinating Center for Women, 1979-1980
1United Church of Christ, Coordinating Center for Women, "Common Lot", 1980-1989
2United Church of Christ, "Courage in the Struggle for Justice and Peace", 1986-1993
3United Church of Christ, "Keeping You Posted", 1985-1986
4United Church of Christ, National Committee on Persons with Disabilities, 1982-1990
5United Church of Christ, "Report of the Task Force on Women in Church and Society", 1975
6United Church of Christ, Southeastern Conference, 1987-1990
7United Church of Christ, "Toward the Twenty-First Century", 1990
OV 9Women's Day, First Baptist Church (audiocassette), 1981

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OV 9Women's Day, Plymouth United Church of Christ (audiocassette), 1982

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748Worship Service, 1954
 

Series 6: Speaking Engagements, 1968-1992

Series 6, Speaking Engagements, contains programs, fliers, articles, and correspondence of Young's speaking engagements. Also included are drafts, mostly handwritten, of her speeches. Topics include women, children, education, family welfare, black families, Equal Rights Amendment (1980s), motherhood, commencement, literacy, church and faith, and support of Andrew Young's various campaigns. Some events Young spoke at include National Domestic Worker's of America Inc. (1974), National Association of Black Social Workers (1979), The Nigerian-American Friendship Society (1980), National Black Child Development Institute (1983), Business Women's Luncheon (1984), Emory School of Medicine (1989), Georgia Association of Black Elected Officials (1990), Martin Luther King Observance Day Association (1990), Award for Citizen Diplomacy awarded to Maya Angelou (1993), and Women's Day at various churches.
See Series 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 for additional material Young's speaking engagements.

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749Speaking Engagements, 1968-1979
10Speaking Engagements, 1980-1981

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751Speaking Engagements, 1982-1983
2Speaking Engagements, 1983-1986
3Speaking Engagements, 1988-1989
4Speaking Engagements, 1990
5Speaking Engagements, 1990-1992
6Speaking Engagements, undated
7Speeches, 1970s-1990s
8Speeches, 1970s-1990s

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761Speeches, 1970s-1990s
2Speeches, 1970s-1990s
 

Series 7: Personal, 1952-2000

Series 7, Personal, contains articles, correspondence, awards, and diaries. Articles are about Jean and/or Andrew Young, education, children, women, and other topics of interest to Jean. Awards include certificates, correspondence, and programs from many local and national organizations, including a posthumous honorary banquet at the APEX Museum. Correspondence is from college friends, family, family friends, acquaintances, former students, colleagues, and is primarily personal, "get well soon" wishes, requests to speak or be involved in organizations, or other professional topics. There are letters from Coretta Scott King (undated), Yolanda King (1990-1993), and Barbara Bush (1982-1983). The notebooks are Young's tasks lists and notes from her various activities. Manchester College material includes grade reports, student activities, articles about Young's election as "May Queen," and her participation on the Board of Trustees. The Schedules and Travel include itineraries, plane tickets, brochures, maps, postcards, and other ephemera about travels to other countries as well as appointment books and schedules of her various activities.
See Series 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 for additional correspondence.
See the Andrew J. Young Papers for additional personal correspondence.

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7731088 Veltre Circle, 1986-1987
41088 Veltre Circle, 1986-1987
5Alabama State University Founder's Day, 1988

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OV 2 "The Allan Family Tree" Block-Hand Print by Nelly H. Mann, undated

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776Andrea Young, Life Lessons My Mother Taught Me, 2000
7Andrea Young, Life Lessons My Mother Taught Me, 2000
8Art Exhibit, "Women with Wet Hair", 1988

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OV 2Articles, 1973

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779Articles, 1974-1977
10Articles, 1978-1980
1Articles, 1980
2Articles, 1981-1988
3Articles, 1988-1992
4Articles, undated

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OV 4 Articles, 1970s-1990s

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OV 5 Articles, 1970s-1990s

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775Articles by Jean Childs Young, undated
6Atlanta Lawn Tennis Association, Inc., 1982-1984

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OV 3 Awards and Certificates, 1977-1995

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777Awards and Certificates, 1978-1995
8Awards and Certificates, 1978-1995

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OV 15Buttons and Medals, 1970s-1990s

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OV 8Celebration of the Life of Jean Young (3 videocassettes), 1994

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779Correspondence, 1952-1954

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781Correspondence, 1952-1954
2Correspondence, 1963-1968
3Correspondence, 1970-1976
4Correspondence, 1977-1979
5Correspondence, Michael Kendall, 1978
6Correspondence, 1980-1981
7Correspondence, 1982-1983
8Correspondence, 1984-1989

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791Correspondence, 1990-1993
2Correspondence, From Jean Childs Young, 1977-1990
3Correspondence, Family, 1967-1993
4Correspondence, Family, Childs, 1953-1954
5Correspondence, Family, Childs, 1968-1991
6Correspondence, Family, Childs, Idella, 1952-1954
7Correspondence, Family, Young, Andrew, 1968-1991
8Correspondence, Family, Young, Andrew J. "Bo" III, 1973
9Correspondence, Family, Young, Lisa, 1967-1968
10Correspondence, Family, Young, Paula, 1968-1980
11Correspondence, Family, Young, Daisy Fuller, 1952-1980
12Correspondence, Family, Young, Walter, 1952, undated
13Correspondence, Hood, Nicholas, 1952-1954

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801Correspondence, undated
2Diaries, 1979-1989
3Diaries, 1991-1993
4Diaries, undated
5Foreign Ministries Wives Tours, undated
6French Language Exercises, undated

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OV 8From Butch, Shirley, Jennifer, and Stacy (videocassette), undated

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807Hartford, CT, Board of Education, 1954
8Henderson Tours, 1985-1989
9Idella Childs, 1958, 1982-85

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OV 2 Idella Childs, Campaign Poster, 1985

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OV 8Idella Childs, Life of a Woman: The Life and Times of Idella Childs (videocassette), undated

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8010Idella and Norman Childs, 50th Anniversary, 1976

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OV 8Jean Childs Young Tribute (videocassette), 1995

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8011Lincoln Normal School, 1980

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OV 8Lincoln Normal School, "Where Once We Stood: The Lincoln School Story" (videocassette), undated

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OV 3Lincoln School's Trials and Triumphs, Poster, undated

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8012Manchester College, 1952-1954

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811Manchester College, 1952-1954
2Manchester College, 1952-1954
3Manchester College, 1952-1954
4Manchester College, 1974-1984
5Manchester College, 1974-1984
6Manchester College, Board of Trustees, 1975

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821Manchester College, Board of Trustees, 1975-1979

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OV 9Manchester College Speech (audiocassette), 1980

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822Memorial Service, 1994

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OV 3 Memorial Service Card, 1994

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OV 9 The Moores and Family (videocassette), 1960s

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823Names and Addresses, undated
4Names and Addresses, undated
5Names and Addresses, undated
6Names and Addresses, undated
7Nametags and Membership Cards, 1970s-1980s

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831Notebooks, 1960s
2Notebooks, undated
3Notebooks, undated
4Notebooks, undated
5Notebooks, undated
6Notebooks, undated
7Notebooks, undated

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841Notes, undated
2Notes, undated

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OV 3 Notes, undated

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843Passports, 1953-1979

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OV 11Plaques, 1974-1979

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OV 12Plaques, 1980-1989

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OV 13Plaques, 1980-1989

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OV 14Plaques, 1980-1989

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OV 15Plaques, 1990-1993

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844Poem, "The Golden Hour", undated
5Schedules, 1977
6Schedules, 1978
7Schedules, 1979
8Schedules, 1980
9Schedules, 1980-1982

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851Schedules, 1982
2Schedules, 1990
3Schedules and Travel, 1978-1990
4Schedules and Travel, Africa, 1979
5Schedules and Travel, Barbados, 1977
6Schedules and Travel, Cameroon, 1977
7Schedules and Travel, Costa Rica, 1977
8Schedules and Travel, Dominican Republic, 1977
9Schedules and Travel, Dominican Republic, 1977

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861Schedules and Travel, Dominican Republic, 1977
2Schedules and Travel, Europe, 1977
3Schedules and Travel, Guyana, 1977
4Schedules and Travel, Haiti, 1977
5Schedules and Travel, Haiti, 1977
6Schedules and Travel, Jamaica, 1977
7Schedules and Travel, Jamaica, 1977

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871Schedules and Travel, Jamaica, 1977
2Schedules and Travel, Kenya, undated
3Schedules and Travel, Liberia, undated
4Schedules and Travel, Malta, 1976
5Schedules and Travel, Mexico, 1977
6Schedules and Travel, Netherlands, 1977
7Schedules and Travel, Nigeria, 1979
8Schedules and Travel, Papa New Guinea, 1979
9Schedules and Travel, Senegal, 1977
10Schedules and Travel, Somalia, undated
11Schedules and Travel, Surinam, 1977
12Schedules and Travel, Switzerland, 1978
13Schedules and Travel, Tanzania, undated
14Schedules and Travel, Trinidad and Tobago, 1977

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881Schedules and Travel, U.S.S.R. Trade Mission to Moscow and Tbilisi, 1989
2Schedules and Travel, Venezuela, 1977
3Schedules and Travel, Venezuela, 1977
4Schedules and Travel, Venezuela, 1977
5Schedules and Travel, Western Australia, 1979
6Schedules and Travel, Yugoslavia, 1978
7Sketch of Jean Childs Young, undated
8Stationery, undated
9Teaching Certificates, 1954-1968
10Teaching Contract, Thomasville, GA, 1956

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OV 8Thank You from South Africa (videocassette), undated

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8811United Nations International School, 1976-1977
12University of Georgia, 1970

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OV 9"What a Friend" [in Jean Young] (audiocassette), 1994

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8813Who's Who Among Black Americans, 1980
14The Xerox Tennis Challenge, 1981
 

Series 8: Photographs and Scrapbooks, 1910s-1994

Series 8, Photographs and Scrapbooks, contains photographs, slides, and scrapbooks of Young's activities and family. When noted "Family," photos may include: Andrew Young, Andrea Young, Tony Stanley, Lisa Young Alston, Kemet Alston, Lena Alston, Taylor Stanley, Andrew "Bo" Young III, Nikki Young, Idella Childs, Cora Childs, and/or Norman Childs.
See the Andrew J. Young Papers for additional photographs.

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891Aid to Imprisoned Mothers, Inc., 1989
2American Friendship Force, South Africa, 1989
3American Friendship Force, South Africa, 1989
4American Friendship Force, South Africa, 1989
5American Friendship Force, South Africa, 1989
6The APEX Museum (African American Panoramic Experience), 1991
7The APEX Museum (African American Panoramic Experience), Jean Childs Young Placemaker Awards (Family, Cynthia McKinney, Sue Ross, Beverly Harvard, Billye Aaron, Jo Roberson Edwards), undated
8Apple Computer School Event (Andrew Young), undated
9Atlanta Downtown Partnership, undated
10Atlanta Fulton Commission on Children and Youth, Kids 4 a Change, undated
11Atlanta Junior College, 1976
12Atlanta Junior College, Learning and Earning Forum (Tom Cottingham, Gale Barnett, Ron Chandonia, Emmanuel Hall, Curtis Henson), undated
13Barbados, Glendale Children's Home, 1977
14Basketball, late 1940s

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901Birthday, 1983
2Birthday, early 1990s
3Birthday, early 1990s
4Birthday, early 1990s
5Birthday, early 1990s
6Birthday, 1994
7Black Americana Collectibles, undated
8Black History Month (G. Alred, B. Francis), 1991
9Black History Month, Wichita KS, 1990
10Campaign for Child Survival (Andrew Young, Robert Guillaume, Rosalyn Carter), undated
11Cape Town, South Africa, Friendship Force, 1974
12Carter, Jimmy and Rosalynn, undated
13Celebration of the Life of Jean Childs Young (Family, Coretta Scott King, Bernice King, Dwight Andrews, Ben Chavis, Dick Gregory, Christine King Farris), 1994

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911Celebration of the Life of Jean Childs Young (Family, Coretta Scott King, Bernice King, Dwight Andrews, Ben Chavis, Dick Gregory, Christine King Farris), 1994
2Children Now Rally (Family), undated
3Children's Week (Andrew Young), 1984
4Childs Family, 1970s-1990s
5Childs Family, 1970s-1990s
6Childs Family, 1970s-1990s
7Childs Family, 1970s-1990s

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921Childs Family, 1970s-1990s
2Childs Family, 1970s-1990s

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OV 8Childs Family Reunion (videocassette), 1989

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OV 6Childs, Idella, circa 1910s

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923Childs, Idella, 90th Birthday, 1993
4Childs, Idella, 90th Birthday, 1993
5Childs, Idella, Campaign for Marion City Council (Family, Sue Ross), 1985

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OV 6Childs, Norman, circa 1910s

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926City Hall, 1980s
7Civitan Luncheon, 1986
8Clinton, Bill and Hillary, 1992-1993
9Coming Home from the Hospital, 1991
10Continental Mexico Inaugural, 1989
11Dream Jamboree, 1984
12Dream Jamboree, 1986
13Dream Jamboree (Andrew Young, Maynard Jackson), 1989
14Dream Jamboree, 1990
15Dream Jamboree, undated

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931Easter Seal, 1985
2E.C. Cook Elementary School, 1966-1967
3Egypt, undated
4Egypt, undated
5Ferraro, Geraldine, undated
6The Foundation for Hospital Art, 1985
7General, 1960s-1990s
8General, 1960s-1990s
9General, 1960s-1990s
10General, 19960d-1990d
11Georgia Council on Child Abuse, Atlanta Braves vs. Dodgers, 1986
12Georgia Women of Achievement (Coretta Scott King, Ingrid Saunders Jones, Carolyn Watson), 1993
13Habitat for Humanity, 1990s

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941International Symposium of Writers and Intellectual Workers for Child Survival and Development in the Frontline States and Southern Africa, 1988
2International Symposium of Writers and Intellectual Workers for Child Survival and Development in the Frontline States and Southern Africa, 1988
3International Year of the Child (Family, Jimmy Carter, Rosalynn Carter, David Barron, Susan Solomon), 1979
4International Year of the Child (Family, Jimmy Carter, Rosalynn Carter, David Barron, Susan Solomon), 1979
5KLM Airlines, undated
6Lincolnite Reunion, undated
7Manchester College, 1950s
8Manchester College, 1950s
9Mayor's Scholars, 1989
10Myrtle Davis for Mayor, 1993
11National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Freedom Fund Dinner (Hank Aaron), 1975
12Outward Bound, 1983
13Paris, 1985

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OV 3 Portrait, circa 1980s

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9414School of the Americas Support Group, undated

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OV 6Scrapbook, Church of the Brethren Missionary Trip, 1953

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OV 7Scrapbook, West Indies, 1977
Scrapbook, South Africa, 1993

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9415South Atlanta Day Care Center, undated

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OV 3Speaking Engagement, circa 1982

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9416Steinem, Gloria, undated
17Tennis, 1970s-1980s
18Thompson, Edwin, circa 1960s
19Travel, undated
20Winfrey, Oprah, undated
21Unidentified, undated