Contributed by Tyler Cline
The following collections have either new or drastically updated finding aids available:
Swann Fellowship was formed in 1997 by members of several Charlotte religious congregations. The Fellowship focuses on being a witness to the value of diversity and educating the public on public school issues as they relate to this and allied subjects. The collection includes organizational print and electronic records including board minutes, reports, donor and fundraising records, marketing and membership materials, as well as the Educate! newsletter.
Collection comprised of artist process renderings for public art projects commissioned by the Arts & Science Council, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Inc. for the City of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County
Collection consists of correspondence, performance programs, and audio recordings from Harvey Woodruff's career as choral director for UNC Greensboro and UNC Charlotte.
Dr. Carver was a UNC Charlotte English professor. She was the first Coordinator of UNC Charlotte’s Women’s Studies Program, previously serving as chair for the Black Studies Committee. Collection consists of materials for courses in women's studies. Also included are poems, lectures, and articles.
King-Henry-Brockington LGBTQ+ collections:
- Josh Burford papers concerning the Charlotte LGBTQ+ CommunityCollection includes materials related to the Charlotte LGBTQ+ community, including Burford's work with the King-Henry-Brockington LGBTQ+ Archive and his personal research.
- Beverly Penninger papers concerning Tonda TaylorBeverly Penninger is a local videographer who put footage together about Tonda Taylor and Time Out Youth in the early 1990s. Taylor is the founder of Time Out Youth.
- Sandra Bailey papersSandra Bailey is active in the Charlotte LGBTQ community, longtime member of One Voice Chorus, and co-chair of First Tuesday. Collection consists of materials donated during Bailey's oral history interview (conducted by Tina Wright). Materials are materials primarily from 1991-1995 but also include a copy of Bailey's 2008 book.