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Fri Mar 21 17:06:58 2014 UTClccn-no900247640.00Civil rights pioneer leaves indelible mark in U.S. history0.381.00The National Council of Negro Women [Sound recording] / Conversations from Wingspread162733747Dorothy_Heightno 900247642852064Height, Dorothy I.Height, Dorothy Irene 1912-2010lccn-n82001803National Council of Negro Womenlccn-n87862095Lewis, John1940 February 21-lccn-n80056239Carson, Clayborne1944-lccn-n87927953Parks, Rosa Louiselccn-n82128354Fauntroy, Walter E.lccn-no98027241Franklin, Ermanp-lee, j oscarLee, J. Oscarlccn-n00031014Shepard, Krislccn-n50049525King, Coretta Scott1927-2006lccn-n50010437Sullivan, Leon Howard1922-2001Height, Dorothy I.(Dorothy Irene)1912-2010HistoryBiographySermonsDocumentary television programsUnited StatesAfrican Americans--Civil rightsHeight, Dorothy I.--(Dorothy Irene),African Americans--Social conditionsAfrican American women civil rights workersCivil rights workersNational Council of Negro WomenRace relationsCivil rights movementsSpeeches, addresses, etc., AmericanAfrican American cookingAfrican AmericansKing, Martin Luther,--Jr.,OratoryBlacksSermons, American--African American authorsAfrican Americans--SegregationCivil rightsDiscrimination in employmentMinoritiesRoosevelt, Franklin D.--(Franklin Delano),Long, Huey Pierce,Economic historyUnited States.--National Recovery AdministrationGreat PlainsSocial Security Act (United States)New Deal (1933-1939)Rural conditionsAgricultureTextile workersDepressionsAgriculture and statePublic opinionSocial historyStrikes and lockoutsYoung Women's Christian associationsAfricansAgriculture--Economic aspectsParks, Rosa,MedalsMedals--Law and legislationBrown, Wesley,Cunningham, RandallJammeh, A. J. JRedmond, EugeneHammond, FredFreeman, Harold PUsherCross, Dolores EBassett, Angela1912201019451946194819491951195519601962196319641966197119721973197519761977197819821984198619901991199219931994199519981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102478103146323.092E185.97.H444ocn506124341ocn007681428ocn767459170ocn046660762ocn2615650653452ocn029751731book19930.21The black family dinner quilt cookbook : health conscious recipes & food memories+-+0581426215997ocn506124402file19460.90Height, Dorothy IStep by step with interracial groups842ocn048253350rcrd20010.18King, Martin LutherA call to conscience the landmark speeches of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.HistorySermonsPresents twelve of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s most famous speeches, with new introductions written and read by a variety of notable persons+-+2195671306763ocn506123981file19490.90Height, Dorothy IThe Christian citizen and civil rights a guide to study and action704ocn506124341file19450.94Height, Dorothy IThe core of America's race problem633ocn506123987file19480.94Chalmers, Frances KFair practice in employment583ocn137357627file19510.92Height, Dorothy IThe job of the program director483ocn041985777visu19990.50Coming apart Nothing to fearHistoryIn the early 1930's mass unemployment, widespread hunger, and a mood of fearful pessimism and simmering unrest were Herbert Hoover's legacy to American's new chief executive. This program spotlights the early days of Franklin D. Roosevelt's presidency, where he scrambled to transform the New Deal from a campaign slogan to nothing short of a social revolution--while staving off attacks by those who viewed him as a dictator and his reforms as a threatening turn to the left462ocn464512715file19460.94Height, Dorothy IAmerica's promise161ocn212907451visu20070.56They were there remembering the civil rights movementHistoryDocumentary television programs"Although many of the movers and shakers of the Civil Rights era are gone now, their names will live forever through their achievements. This NewsHour program describes the courageous actions of Rosa Parks and Hamilton Holmes and picks the brain of John Lewis about what it was like to take part in the Freedom Ride and to lead the Selma march on Bloody Sunday."--FMG site122ocn063192640visu20050.95Rosa Parks memorial serviceTelevised coverage of the memorial service for civil rights legend Rosa Parks. Participants pay tribute to Ms. Parks as a catalyst of the civil rights movement, her legacy as a voice for the black community, and her service to the nation, in passionate speeches and with music64ocn503332433com19510.92Height, Dorothy ITaking a hand in race relations62ocn017794869book19460.92Height, Dorothy IAmerica's promise--the integration of minorities51ocn535009826com20090.13King, Martin LutherThe concise King featuring recordings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.HistorySermonsMartin Luther King, Jr. is one of the most recognizable names in American history. His devotion to equality, peace, and civil rights completely changed the way that society operates in the United States. Here, listeners will be inspired by King's most memorable speeches+-+392397551641ocn004101512book19710.96Height, Dorothy IThe YWCA's one imperative, eliminate racism : the story of how a long-established voluntary organization in American life, the Young Women's Christian Association, is coming to grips with institutionalized racism in itself and the communities it serves32ocn055966388rcrd0.96Another step forward in the struggle for freedom and human dignityHistory32ocn733693203book20030.10Height, Dorothy IOpen Wide the Freedom Gates a memoir of Dorothy HeightA memoir of Dorothy Height, an african american civil rights worker+-+253517132532ocn070277927visu20050.96Millions more movement, afternoon 10th anniversary commemoration of Million Man MarchTelevised coverage of the commemoration of the 10th anniversary of the Million Man March on the National Mall with speeches and performances which highlight themes of the renewal of the black community, and the responsibility of the government to provide a climate of growth for minority movements. Also highlights the plight of the victims of Hurricane Katrina and Rita31ocn055658863visu20030.81Booknotes Open wide the freedom gates : a memoirHistoryMrs. Height talked about her book. Now 91, she has witnessed most of the major events in the African American struggle for civil rights22ocn009773475rcrd19761.00Height, Dorothy IThe National Council of Negro Women [Sound recording] / Conversations from WingspreadCovers the origins and historical background of the National Council of Negro Women, what it is, its national strength and influence, and current concerns and interests13267ocn051969130book20030.25Height, Dorothy IOpen wide the freedom gates : a memoirHistoryBiography[The author] marched at major civil rights rallies, sat through tense White House meetings, and witnessed every significant victory in the struggle for racial equality. Yet as the sole woman among powerful, charismatic men, and as someone whose personal ambition was always secondary to her passion for her cause, she has received little mainstream recognition ... In [this] memoir, [she] reflects on a life of service and leadership.--Jacket+-+1206391306271ocn056208425book20030.66United StatesAn Act to Award a Congressional Gold Medal to Dr. Dorothy Height in recognition of her many contributions to the Nation273ocn057400123rcrd20040.10Height, Dorothy IOpen wide the freedom gates a memoirHistoryBiographyDr. Height recalls her childhood battles with racism, college in New York during the Harlem Renaissance, her encounters with powerful leaders, and her work among the rural black communities fighting teen pregnancy and instilling black family values. This is a true insider's account of the 20th century's most noble cause221ocn527366282book20000.33Contemporary Black biography. profiles from the international Black communityBiographyBiographical profiles of important and influential persons of African heritage who form the international black community. Covers persons of various nationalities in a wide variety of fields providing coverage of names found in today's headlines as well as selected individuals from earlier in this century whose influence continues to have an impact on contemporary life+-+8297812325161ocn643557099book19920.21Bigelow, Barbara CarlisleContemporary Black biography. profiles from the international Black communityBiographyBiographical profiles of important and influential persons of African heritage who form the international black community. Covers persons of various nationalities in a wide variety of fields providing coverage of names found in today's headlines as well as selected individuals from earlier in this century whose influence continues to have an impact on contemporary life+-+1900385635121ocn008863630book19820.93Height, Dorothy IInterview with Dorothy I. Height : February 11, April 10, May 29, October 6, November 10, 1974, February 2, March 28, May 25, October 5, 1975, February 1, May 31, November 6, 1976BiographyComments on her family; education; career in social welfare and public service; work for civil rights; work with the YWCA, the National Council of Negro Women, Delta Sigma Theta sorority, as a member of various private groups and governmental commissions, with the Freedom School in Mississippi in the 1960s, as a lecturer at Mississippi State, and as professor of social work in India; professional travel and work in South America and Africa; Mary McCloud Bethune101ocn676694605book20100.28Height, Dorothy ILiving with purpose : an activist's guide to listening, learning and leading, with a foreword by President Bill Clinton and introduction by Alexis M. Herman ...Biography+-+062738061532451ocn741260108visu20100.66Dr. Dorothy I. Height wisdom and ways to careBiography42ocn054698603rcrd20040.10Height, Dorothy IOpen wide the freedom gates a memoirHistoryBiography[The author] marched at major civil rights rallies, sat through tense White House meetings, and witnessed every significant victory in the struggle for racial equality ... In [this] memoir, [the author] reflects on a life of service and leadership41ocn083670809visu20020.92The life and surprising times of Dr. Dorothy HeightHistoryInterviews22ocn061856453book20010.47Height, Dorothy IDorothy Height : National Visionary 2002InterviewsInterview transcripts in book form21ocn763240809visu20101.00Dorothy Height funeralHistoryBiographyFuneral service honoring the life and legacy of civil rights leader, Dr. Dorothy I. Height11ocn070953364book1.00Ferebee, Dorothy BouldingCalendarsPortraitsScrapbooksTopics include Ferebee's activities as professor of obstetrics at the Howard University Medical School, director of Howard University's Health Services, physician in private practice, and founder of Southeast House (playground facility), as well as her travels to Germany for the U.S. Dept. of Labor to study the status of women11ocn084059060visu1.00Payne, Ethel LEthel L. Payne photograph collection11ocn657222786art2010Civil rights pioneer leaves indelible mark in U.S. historyBiography11ocn868829590book20050.47An afternoon with the grande dame of the Civil Rights Movement : Dr. Dorothy Irene Height11ocn051128747visu19661.00[Dorothy Height, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front]11ocn071072450mix1.00Rustin, BayardPapers of Bayard RustinIncludes material pertaining to African anti-imperialist movements in the 1950s, African American relations with Jews, alienation of African American youth, Rustin's sentencing to and exposé of chain gangs following his arrest for participation in freedom rides (1947), incarceration as a conscientious objector for his refusal to register for the draft during World War II, ethnic relations in Israel, black nationalism, civil rights marches including the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom (1963), the Fellowship of Reconciliation, observation of elections by Freedom House, Haitian refugees, gay rights, integration of schools, work of the International Rescue Committee assisting Indochinese refugees (1978-1987), poverty, nuclear war protests, race riots of the 1960s, racism, Rustin's work (1950s-1960s) with Martin Luther King, Jr., and other members of the Southern Christian Leadership Council, and trade-unions11ocn061148962visu1.00[Dorothy Height and A. Philip Randolph, half-length portrait, seated at banquet table]11ocn122465931mix1.00Black Women Oral History ProjectBlack Women Oral History Project transcriptsHistoryTranscripts from the Schlesinger Library's oral history project which documented the contributions of black women 70 years or older to American life. Interviews document the lives, professional careers, and voluntary activities of women nationwide and focus on their contributions in a wide variety of fields including medicine, law, business, the arts, social work, education, politics, and civil rights. Interviews include Christia Adair, Frances Albrier, Sadie Alexander, Elizabeth Cardozo Barker, Etta Moten Barnett, May Edward Chinn, Alfreda Duster, Mae Eberhardt, Lena Edwards, Zelma George, Frances Grant, Ardie Halyard, Pleasant Harrison, Dorothy Height, Margaret Cardozo Holmes, Lois Mailou Jones, Virginia Jones, Maida Kemp, Catherine Cardozo Lewis, Audley Moore, Muriel Snowden, Olivia Stokes, Ann Tanneyhill, Constance Thomas, Era Bell Thompson, Charleszett Waddles, Dorothy West and Deborah Wofe+-+0581426215+-+0581426215Fri Mar 21 15:15:22 EDT 2014batch24980