Urban Indians and Seattle's civil rights history

Urban Indians and Seattle's civil rights history

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Title:Urban Indians and Seattle's civil rights history

This page is a guide to the Seattle Civil Rights and Labor History Project resources for exploring the civil rights activism of Urban Indians in the Pacific Northwest. They include activist oral histories; research reports; newspaper reports covering The Real American: A National Paper for Indians and their Friends,

A Seattle Ethnic Press Report and Quileute Independent and Quileute Chieftain, 1908-1910, A Seattle Ethnic Press Report; photographic collections; and historical documents.

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Subjects:Civil rights--Washington (State)--Seattle | Civil rights movements--Washington (State)--Seattle | Labor movement--Washington (State)--Seattle | Civil rights workers--Washington (State)--Seattle | Civic leaders--Washington (State)--Seattle | Race relations | Seattle (Wash.)--Race relations | Seattle (Wash.)--History--20th century | Seattle (Wash.)--Politics and government--20th century | Indians of North America--Civil rights--Washington (State)--Seattle | Indians of North America--Politics and government | Indians of North America--Social conditions | Discrimination in housing--Washington (State)--Seattle | Discrimination in housing--Law and legislation--Washington (State)--Seattle | Covenants (Law)--Washington (State)--Seattle | Covenants--Washington (State)--Seattle | Real covenants--Washington (State)--Seattle | Encumbrances (Law)--Washington (State)--Seattle | Housing policy--Washington (State)--Seattle | Right to housing--Washington (State)--Seattle | Segregation in housing--Washington (State)--Seattle | School integration--Washington (State)--Seattle | Discrimination in public accommodations--Washington (State)--Seattle | Discrimination in restaurants--Washington (State)--Seattle | Social movements--Washington (State)--Seattle | Social justice--Washington (State)--Seattle | United Indians of All Tribes Foundation (U.S.) | Fort Lawton (Seattle, Wash.)--Siege, 1970 | Sieges--Washington (State)--Seattle | Fort Lawton (Seattle, Wash.)--Press coverage | Indian women--Washington (State)--Seattle | Indian students--Washington (State)--Seattle | Indians of North America--Press coverage | United States Commission on Civil Rights | Political activists--Washington (State)--Seattle | Newspapers--Washington (State)--Seattle | Indian newspapers--Washington (State)--Seattle | Segregation--Washington (State)--Seattle | Racial discrimination--Washington (State)--Seattle | Indian civic leaders--Washington (State)--Seattle | Indians--Politics and government | Indians--Urban residence | Indians, Treatment of | Seattle (Wash.) | King County (Wash.) | Fort Lawton (Seattle, Wash.)
Institution:Seattle Civil Rights and Labor History Project
Contributors:Seattle Civil Rights and Labor History Project
Online Publisher:[Seattle (Wash.)] : University of Washington | 2004/9999
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