Participated in an NAACP protest outside Jarman shoe store in Pittsburgh, PA.
Archival Collections and Reference Resources
- Documenting Our Past: The Teenie Harris Archive Project (Carnegie Museum of Art)
- Elderly woman carrying sign reading "We protest discriminatory seniority units at U.S. Steel" leading picketers against segregation at U.S. Steel in front of Union Trust building downtown (Black-and-white photographs)
- Group of protesters, including Dr. Harrison in the middle, Nathaniel Daniels in doorway, and Alberta Jordan Reaves in background, outside Isaly's with signs reading "Isaly's will not hire Negro counter clerks," and "Isaly's discriminate against Negroes" (Black-and-white photographs)
- Men, including Roy S. Lahet, minister of Trinity Lutheran Church second from left, and women, picketing outside Woolworth's protesting discrimination at lunch counters, downtown (Black-and-white photographs)
- Protesters, including Judge Henry Smith and Byrd Brown, marching outside Woolworth's carrying NAACP posters protesting lunch counter segregation, with Matthew Moore, Mal Goode, and Bishop Foggie in background (Black-and-white photographs)
- Protesters including Mal Goode, picketing outside Civic Arena carrying signs such as "Why No Jobs, We Pay Taxes Too," Lee & Sons Electric Wiring car parked beside them (Black-and-white photographs)