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El Pueblo, Inc. Records, 1994-2020; 1994-ongoing 20 Linear Feet — 265 Gigabytes — 192.8 gigabytes transferred from El Pueblo server on a RL-owned external hard drive. Two additional external hard drives were transferred by donor. One contains 63 gigabytes of data. The other contains 9 gigabytes of data

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El Pueblo Inc. is a non-profit organization based in Raleigh, NC that serves and supports the Latin American community of North Carolina through advocacy work, programs in Latino culture, health, public safety, and youth leadership. This collection contains photographs and other media documenting their events, relevant newspaper clippings collected by the organization, and administrative files related to the management and operation of the organization. Collection acquired as part of the Human Rights Archive (Duke University).

The collection consists of materials documenting the adminstration and operation of the NC based non-profit organization El Pueblo Inc. El Pueblo Inc. focuses on the Latin American community of North Carolina and Latino issues broadly. They sponsor and administer programs and events related to advocacy, community organizing, youth and adult leadership, and cultural exchange. The collection encompasses both analog and digital photographs and multimedia documenting staff, volunteers, and community members participating in events both sponsored and attended by the organization. In particular, their annual major cultural and founding event La Fiesta del Pueblo as well as the annual El Foro Latino, the Latino Issues Forum. El Pueblo Inc. gathered newpaper clippings into binders sorted by year and also a number of clippings documenting their research and interest in topics related to Latino issues in the state of North Carolina and nationally. The clippings also include promotional material for their events and other mentions of the organization in the press. The collection also contains administrative documents related to the funding, planning, management, and operation of the organization. These documents are separated into advocacy, programs, general administrative, and Youth division series.

Collection acquired as part of the Human Rights Archive (Duke University).

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Primarily consists of Executive Board and Sector and Advisory Groups correspondence, memoranda, and meeting records; financial and planning documents, including grant applications; and workshop, seminar, and presentation materials that document the organization's activities to raise awareness of and promote action on the causes of poverty in N.C. Also includes correspondence, memoranda, reports, and other writings by the executive director, J. Gordon Chamberlin; telephone logs and appointment books; various printed material concerning poverty in NC; 11 audio and 15 videocassettes; 134 black-and-white and 10 color prints; 10 color negatives; and 8 data cartridge tapes. (02-234)

The 2006 addition (2006-0055)(600 items, 1.3 lin. ft.; dated 1986-2004) contains correspondence, meeting records, publications, and other documents generated by the North Carolina Poverty Project and the Poverty Coalition. Also included is an oversize 7 panel Poverty Display.

The 2007 addition (2007-0023)(3300 items, 4.4 lin. ft.; dated 1982-2003) contains documents related to the executive board including correspondence, financial documents, and planning documents; tax information; documents related to conferences and business trips; photocopies and clippings of articles related to poverty from the New York Times and other newspapers (1986-2001); and lists of library holdings of poverty books at Southeastern universities.

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Stone Circles records, 1995-2012 11.4 Linear Feet — 19 boxes

The Stone Circles records contain materials documenting the history of the organization. These include press clippings, board meeting minutes. staff and financial information, program files, newsletters, event information, and correspondence.

Established in 1995, Stone Circles is a leading organization in the national movement toward a more spiritually-based form of activism. SC has introduced thousands of social change leaders and organizations to spiritual and reflective practice through workshops, retreats, trainings and strategic convenings. Stone Circles at the Stone House is located in Mebane, NC on 70 acres of farmland.