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Civil Rights Resources in Archives and Special Collections

Research guide to resources in Archives and Special Collections pertaining to the history of civil rights in Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana, and beyond.

Audio and Video

The following audio tapes, films, and videos have not been digitized and are only availble for use in the Archives and Special Collections research room.

  • Black Community: Black History, February 1, 1972 (Audio: UAR 5003)
  • Civil Rights protest at appearance of Presidential candidate George Wallace in Muncie, April 1964 (Video: V 14)
  • Growing Up Black in Middletown interview with Vivian Conley, Dan Kelley, Jr., and Hurley Goodall, January 12, 1993 (Video: V 20)
  • Growing Up Jewish in Muncie Temple Beth-El panel discussion, 1985 (Audio: R 035)
  • How Can We as a Nation Best Secure and Maintain Equal Rights for our Minority Groups?, January 8, 1953 (Audio: UAR 0214)
  • Middletown Redux: Making The Other Side of Middletown, 2004 (Video: V 215)
  • Muncie Area Career Center, Civil Rights: Voices in Indiana documentary, 2006 (Video: V 292)
  • Narrative History of the First Blacks on the Muncie Fire Department, May 15, 1996 (Audio: R 48)
  • Panel of African-American Members of Muncie Fire Department, 1994 (Video: V 222)
  • Preserve Our Middletown Heritage: An African-American Perspective panel discussion, January 12, 1993 (Audio: R 27; Video: V 16)
  • Race Problems in the United States, April 22, 1965 (Audio: UAR 1212)
  • Religion and Race panel presentation, January 22, 1964 (Audio: UAR.0963)
  • Whitely Neighborhood Story Tellers, October 23, 2012 (Video: UAV.714)