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The American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland Records documents the work of the non-profit, a foundation focused on litigation and public education. The collection includes materials documenting issues related to civil rights and gender equality among many others.
The Baltimore City Office of Civil Rights Records document the work of the Community Relations Commission, an agency within the Office of Civil Rights, between 1959 and 2017. Some significant topics documented in this collection include women’s rights and resources in Baltimore, civil rights, discrimination, civil disorder in 1968, and more.
The Eva Anderson’s Baltimore Dance Theater Collection documents the work of Eva Anderson as the director of the Baltimore Dance Theater and of Eva Anderson Dancers Ltd., including her efforts managing the non-profit, planning performances, and publicizing the dance concerts.
The League of Women Voters of Baltimore City Records documents 100 years of the actions, advocacy, programs and legislative positions, voters services, and history of the League of Women Voters of Baltimore City. The League of Women Voters was founded in 1920 and grew out of National American Women's Suffrage Association.
The NARAL Pro-Choice Maryland Records document the outreach efforts, research projects, and organizing work related to gender equality and reproductive rights this non-profit has completed over the years.