Anne Braden to Joan C. Browning, 3/13/1963

Type 
Letter
Year 
1963
Creator(s) 
Anne Braden (author)
Date 
Wed, 03/13/1963
Doc # 
1C/S01.04
Abstract 

This letter was written by Anne Braden, a passionate and longtime civil rights activist in Louisville, Kentucky, to Joan C. Browning, a fellow advocate for racial equality. Georgia native Browning was involved with groups such as the Albany Freedom Riders and the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). In the letter, Braden discourages Browning's education plans that may take Browning away from the South. Braden also suggests Browning apply for a job with SNCC, an organization which, according to Braden, may expose Browning to chauvinism in the workplace.

Additional information 

Document Description: one-page photocopy of typewritten letter; located in PLT Archive folder "COFO/Core-Miss. Project"; Notations: Anne Braden to Joan C. Browning, March 13, 1963, Box 40, Folder 4, Braden Papers, State Historical Society, Madison, WI.

Rights 
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