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Bridging Communities: 50 Years of Collecting at GSU

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Bridging Communities: 50 Years of Collecting at GSU

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Georgia State University Library

Racial Tensions On Georgia State University's Campus
Cartoon with President Carl V. Paton in the mouth of a lion holding two sheep with Greek letting for the fraternity that wrote the racial slur epithet on a University Center trash can.

Photograph of Foreverfamily workshop
The non-profit agency Foreverfamily was originally known as "Aid to Children of Imprisoned Mothers" or AIM. In 1987, Sandra Barnhill left her job as a public interest attorney to create AIM, after becoming frustrated by the lack of support given to…

Photograph of the of Foreverfamily, Founder Sandra Barnhill
The non-profit agency Foreverfamily was originally known as "Aid to Children of Imprisoned Mothers" or AIM. In 1987, Sandra Barnhill left her job as a public interest attorney to create AIM, after becoming frustrated by the lack of support given to…

Mission statement of Aid to Children of Imprisoned Mothers, Inc. (AIM)
The non-profit agency Foreverfamily was originally known as "Aid to Children of Imprisoned Mothers" or AIM. In 1987, Sandra Barnhill left her job as a public interest attorney to create AIM, after becoming frustrated by the lack of support given to…

Prologue and history of Aid to Children of Imprisoned Mothers (AIM)
The non-profit agency Foreverfamily was originally known as "Aid to Children of Imprisoned Mothers" or AIM. In 1987, Sandra Barnhill left her job as a public interest attorney to create AIM, after becoming frustrated by the lack of support given to…

News clipping
The non-profit agency Foreverfamily was originally known as "Aid to Children of Imprisoned Mothers" or AIM. In 1987, Sandra Barnhill left her job as a public interest attorney to create AIM, after becoming frustrated by the lack of support given to…

Brochure
The non-profit agency Foreverfamily was originally known as "Aid to Children of Imprisoned Mothers" or AIM. In 1987, Sandra Barnhill left her job as a public interest attorney to create AIM, after becoming frustrated by the lack of support given to…

Letter to Sandra Barnhill
The non-profit agency Foreverfamily was originally known as "Aid to Children of Imprisoned Mothers" or AIM. In 1987, Sandra Barnhill left her job as a public interest attorney to create AIM, after becoming frustrated by the lack of support given to…

Article -- "AIM Program Director is to Help Children of Incarcerated Moms"
The non-profit agency Foreverfamily was originally known as "Aid to Children of Imprisoned Mothers" or AIM. In 1987, Sandra Barnhill left her job as a public interest attorney to create AIM, after becoming frustrated by the lack of support given to…

Brochure
The non-profit agency Foreverfamily was originally known as "Aid to Children of Imprisoned Mothers" or AIM. In 1987, Sandra Barnhill left her job as a public interest attorney to create AIM, after becoming frustrated by the lack of support given to…

Document describing Foreverfamily's mission
The non-profit agency Foreverfamily was originally known as "Aid to Children of Imprisoned Mothers" or AIM. In 1987, Sandra Barnhill left her job as a public interest attorney to create AIM, after becoming frustrated by the lack of support given to…

Foreverfamily workshop for children
The non-profit agency Foreverfamily was originally known as "Aid to Children of Imprisoned Mothers" or AIM. In 1987, Sandra Barnhill left her job as a public interest attorney to create AIM, after becoming frustrated by the lack of support given to…

Letter to Sandra Barnhill
The non-profit agency Foreverfamily was originally known as "Aid to Children of Imprisoned Mothers" or AIM. In 1987, Sandra Barnhill left her job as a public interest attorney to create AIM, after becoming frustrated by the lack of support given to…

Atlanta Garbage Strike, 1970. Strike march in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, March 28, 1970. Part of a series of photos labeled &quot;Strike march.&quot;<br />
Most protesters carry printed signs that reads, "City employees. AFSCME AFL-CIO Local 1644 on strike for justice-dignity." In this photo, there are a number of hand-lettered signs, one reads "Sisters unite; begin to fight!" another reads "Massell --…