Dr. Charles Greenlee, a national spokesman for the genocide theory, and William "Bouie" Haden, a militant leader of the United Movement for Progress, allied with Fr. Charles Owen Rice, a white Catholic priest at Holy Rosemary parish, to lead an anti-birth control campaign between 1966 and 1969. Their combined efforts led Pittsburgh to reject federal funds for birth control clinics, making it the only major city to turn down such resources for this purpose. -- Birth Control and the Black Community in the 1960s: Genocide or Power Politics? Journal of Social History, 31(3), 1998.
Archival Collections and Reference Resources
- Documenting Our Past: The Teenie Harris Archive Project (Carnegie Museum of Art)
- Group of protesters with signs reading "Down with Tokenism," "We protest discriminatory seniority units at US Steel" and "McKeesport UNPC," in front of Union Trust building, including James McCoy, Matthew Moore, Sr., Vince Matthews, Dr. Charles Greenlee, Rev. Donald McIlvaine, Charles Kendall, Charles Michaels, Mike Desmond, and Byrd Brown (Black-and-white photographs)