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For Immediate Release

August 19, 2010
ACLU seeks end to prosecutions for recording public conversations with police

CHICAGO – Responding to a series of…

The Public-i, a project of the Urbana- Champaign Independent Media Center, is an independent, collectively-run, community- oriented publication that provides a forum for topics underreported and voices under- represented in the dominant media. All…

A picket protests the lack of black employees at the downtown Champaign J.C. Penney store in 1961.

Flyer advertising upcoming Urban Renewal and Economic Opportunity Council meetings. Flyer produced and distributed by People's Poverty Board.

Flyer reads: The People's Poverty Board invites YOU to a Mass Meeting. Jobs! Housing! Education! Recreation! Get them NOW! Place: Greater Holy Temple Church, Time: 7:30, Monday, October 24, 1405 W. Dublin, Urbana.

A report on various issues African-American residents of Champaign-Urbana faced during the 1940s. Compiled by the League of Women Voters.