DePaul University Libraries
Social Justice
1Berrigan, Jerome C.
Description: The Jerome C. Berrigan Collection documents the protests in which he and his brothers Philip and Daniel have taken part. The collection contains many family photographs and memorabilia, beginning in the late 1800s with their parents and continuing through the present.
Restrictions: In library use only
2Berrigan-McAlister
Description: These papers reflect the nonviolent protests of Philip and Daniel Berrigan and Elizabeth McAlister against the Vietnam War during the 1960s and 70s. These materials represent some aspects of the Catholic left during the last 40 years and document Plowshares anti-nuclear actions as well.
Restrictions: In library use only
3Brockman-Romero
Description: The Brockman-Romero Papers contain the research materials of Rev. James R. Brockman, S.J. who wrote about the life and murder of Archbishop Oscar Romero in 1980 and about the persecution of the church in El Salvador.
Restrictions: In library use only
4Burke, Anne
Description: The files maintained by Justice Anne Burke during her term as interim chair (2002-2004) of the National Review Board for the Protection of Children and Young People (NRB) were deposited in the DePaul University Archives in March, 2005.
Restrictions: In library use only
5Illinois Coalition Against Domestic Violence (ICADV)
Description: ICADV was founded in 1978 to provide a voice for local women's agencies. The organizational records were deposited in 2003, through collaborative programs with faculty and students in the Women?s and Gender Studies Program at DePaul.
Restrictions: In library use only
6Mujeres Latinas en Accion (MLEA)
Description: MLEA founded in 1973 and located in Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood, provides social services to Latina women and their families. The organizational records were deposited in May 2006.
Restrictions: In library use only
7Prejean Papers
Description: Personal papers of Sr. Helen Prejean, CSJ, noted advocate for death-row inmates and death penalty opponent. The papers include her correspondence with death row inmates, records documenting her work with anti-death penalty organizations, and manuscripts of her books Dead Man Walking and Death of Innocents. She donated her papers to DePaul University in December 2010.
Restrictions: In library use only
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