Category Archives: Manuscript Source
We are advocates for poor people. Muriel Lokey Papers, courtesy of Atlanta History Center. Read more
The Emmaus House News reveals the range of activities undertaken at Emmaus House in the 1970s and 1980s. Read more
Selections from the Muriel Lokey Papers, including the Poor Peoples Newspaper and Poverty Rights Office materials, are provided courtesy of Atlanta History Center. Read more
David Morath worked on staff at Emmaus House from September 1970 until August 1972. The letters in this collection — from David to his parents in Westminster, Maryland — were saved by his mother. Rich with descriptions of neighborhood conditions, welfare rights meetings, and staff activities, the Morath letters provide a glimpse in to the day-to-day experience of working for social change in the urban South. Read more
The following story appeared in the Sun Herald.
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