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Ronnie Moore papers

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Scope and Contents

Biographical Note

Administrative Information

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Box 1

Box 2

Box 3

Box 4

Box 5

Box 6

Box 7

Box 8

Box 9

Box 10

Video tape reels, slides, and negatives

16 mm Film Reel: documentary, Louisiana Diary

16 mm Film Reel: documentary, Louisiana Diary 2

Box 14



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Ronnie Moore papers, 1959-2004 | Amistad Research Center

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Collection Overview

Title: Ronnie Moore papers, 1959-2004Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Predominant Dates:1964-1972

Primary Creator: Moore, Ronnie Malcolm (1940-)

Extent: 7.12 Linear Feet

Arrangement: The papers are arranged by general format, with photographs, originally housed in albums grouped alphabetically by place.

Date Acquired: 04/16/1997. More info below under Accruals.

Subjects: Civil rights demonstrations, Civil rights movements, Congress of Racial Equality, Voter registration

Forms of Material: Moving images, Photographs, Sound recordings

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The bulk of this collection consists of photographs (1964-1972) from Moore's involvement with different civil rights activities including the 1965 Voter Registration Drives in Florida, Mississippi, and South Carolina; Economic Development Commission Projects in Mississippi, Maryland and Washington D.C.; conferences; elections; and demonstrations in Louisiana, Mississippi, and North Carolina; and other activities in the South, Connecticut, Indiana, New Hampshire, and Virginia.  Photographs are arranged alphabetically by geographical location (Boxes 3-8) and alphabetically by subject (Boxes 8-9).  All photographs are listed at the item level.

Of note are copies of the Core-lator, the Congress of Racial Equality's (CORE) bimonthly newsletter, which reported on civil rights marches, protests, and voter registration drives; a police pass issued to Moore by the Memphis Police Department following the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in April 1968; reports from the Scholarship, Education and Defense Fund for Racial Equality, Inc. (SEDFRE); and booklets written by or featuring Moore.

Also included are correspondence, newspaper clippings, publications for the African American Youth Congress and the National Black Catholic Congress (1987-1997), as well as other collected articles and publications (1977-1999), honors, and videocassettes (1995-1997) on Tulane University training, the African Youth Congress (1995), and the National Center for the Urban Community at Tulane and Xavier University.

This collection was processed under a grant from the Council for Library and Information Resources.

Biographical Note

Ronnie Moore is a civil rights activist, community development consultant and photographer who trained leaders in community organization, youth development, cultural diversity, and team building.  Moore was the field secretary in the South for the Congress of Racial Equality (1961-1965) and the executive director of the Scholarship, Education and Defense Fund for Racial Equality, Inc. (1965-1973). 

Moore, son of Albert and Beatrice (nee Andrews) was born on December 31, 1940, in New Orleans, Louisiana.  At the age of 15, Moore and his peers attempted to integrate a public park across from All Saints Catholic School in New Orleans.  Shortly thereafter, the police arrived ordering them to leave the park.  The boys refused and were subsequently arrested and later released into the custody of their parents.  Moore recalls, "We were before the movement... we were out there confronting school segregation."   

Moore, a civil rights veteran, became involved in the movement in 1961.  He stated, "The Civil Rights movement wasn't something you joined, it was something you got drafted and persuaded."  While a student at Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Moore led a group of 2,500 students to the state capitol to protest the city's hiring policies and segregated lunch counters. Moore was arrested, jailed, and expelled from Southern University for his involvement in the demonstration.

After his release from jail, Moore began working full-time as a field secretary for the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) in 1961. In this position, Moore worked on CORE's Southern program where he established voter registration initiatives in the South, particularly in St. Francisville and Jonesboro, Louisiana and Williamsburg, South Carolina, where he and other activists registered and recruited African Americans to vote and establish local CORE chapters. 

In 1965, Moore was appointed as the executive director of the Scholarship, Education and Defense Fund for Racial Equality, Inc. (SEDFRE), a leadership training organization committed to serving civil rights organizations and producing community leaders. As executive director, Moore was responsible for staff recruitment and the development of leadership programs in more than 25 states.

Moore also served as the director of the Institute for Resident Initiatives at Tulane University (1996-2005) and the director of the African American Youth Congress (1982-1994). He has authored articles and pamphlets on community change skills and "how to" manuals on generic skills such as listening, community organization, affirmative action and leadership training.

Subject/Index Terms

Civil rights demonstrations
Civil rights movements
Congress of Racial Equality
Voter registration

Administrative Information

Repository: Amistad Research Center

Accruals: Addition received 01/07/2004

Access Restrictions: The Ronnie Moore papers are open and available for use.

Use Restrictions: Copyright to these papers has not been assigned to the Amistad Research Center. It is the responsibility of an author to secure permission for publication from the holder of the copyright to any material contained in this collection.

Technical Access Note: 16 mm film reels of the documentary, Louisiana Diary (1963) and two video tape reels are unavailable for use.

Acquisition Source: Ronnie M. Moore

Acquisition Method: Gift

Related Materials: The Amistad Research Center holds the Charles Sherrod papers, the Gwendolyn Midlo Hall papers, and the microfilm of the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) records, which are closely related topically to the Ronnie Moore papers.

Preferred Citation: Ronnie Moore papers, Amistad Research Center at Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana

Processing Information: This collection was proccessed in February 2010 by A. Moore and L. Thomson.


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Box 4Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Gary Youth Development Program: photographs; black and white, 9 items, 1968-1970Add to your cart.
Item 1: Photograph: 7 x 10 inches, black and whiteAdd to your cart.

Label reads "Project: Concentrated Employment Program Training and Sensitivity Program"

Label reads "Project: Gary Youth Forum Development Program. Benefits: Leadership Development. Responsible Agency: Gary Youth Forum. Other Angencies Involved: Gary Public Library."

Item 2: Photograph: 6 x 6.75 inches, black and whiteAdd to your cart.
Label reads "Project: Gary Youth Forum Development Program. Benefits: Leadership Development. Responsible Agency: Gary Youth Forum. Other Angencies Involved: Gary Public Library."
Item 3: Photograph:  6 x 7.5 inches, black and whiteAdd to your cart.
Label reads "Project: Gary Youth Forum Development Program. Benefits: Leadership Development. Responsible Agency: Gary Youth Forum. Other Angencies Involved: Gary Public Library."
Item 4: Photograph: 6.75 x 7.25 inches, black and whiteAdd to your cart.
Label reads "Neighborhood Action Institute. Director: Mr. Bob Jackson, The Neighborhood Action Institute conducts training sessions for adults and youth in the community--many of whom ar involved in service agency program work. The institute stresses the importance of developing positive working relationship amoung employees and management personnel. It also has striven to make whites more aware of the problems and accomplishments of the Black community."
Item 5: Photograph: 6.75 x 6.25 inches, black and white, 1968 November - 1970 JulyAdd to your cart.
Label reads "Indiana Workshops - November 1968 - July 1970, Neighborhood Action Institute."
Item 6: Photograph:  8 x 6.75 inches, black and white, 1968 November - 1970 JulyAdd to your cart.
Verso reads "Gary"
Item 7: Photograph:  10 x 6.75 inches, black and white, 1968 November - 1970 JulyAdd to your cart.
Verso reads "Gary"
Item 8: Photograph:  10 x 6.75 inches, black and whiteAdd to your cart.
Label reads "Project: Christian Methodist Episcopal Church (training session with youth and adults"
Folder 2: Gary Youth Development Program: photographs; black and white, 8 items, 1968-1970Add to your cart.
Item 1: Photograph: 6.5 x 9.25 inches, black and whiteAdd to your cart.
Label reads "Project: A.F.D.C. Mothers Organization of Gary and East Chicago--Training and Sensitivity Program"
Item 2: Photograph: 6.5 x 6.25 inches, black and whiteAdd to your cart.
Label reads "Project: A.F.D.C. Mothers Organization of Gary and East Chicago--Training and Sensitivity Program"
Item 3: Photograph:  6.5 x 8 inches, black and whiteAdd to your cart.
Label reads "Project: Campbell Friendship House--Training and Sensitivity Program"
Item 4: Photograph:  9.5 x 5.25 inches, black and whiteAdd to your cart.
Label reads "Project: Campbell Friendship House--Training and Sensitivity Program"
Item 5: Photograph:  6.75 x 10 inches, black and whiteAdd to your cart.
Label reads "Project: Coordination Committee of Youth Serving Agencies of Gary -- Training and Sensitivity Program"
Item 6: Photograph:  6.75 x 10 inches, black and whiteAdd to your cart.
[Project: Northwest Indiana Youth Development (school students from Glen Park area)]
Item 7: Photograph:  6.75 x 10 inches, black and whiteAdd to your cart.
Label reads "Project: Northwest Indiana Youth Development (school students from Glen Park area)"
Item 8: Photograph:  6.75 x 9.25 inches, black and whiteAdd to your cart.
Label reads "Project: Metro Corps Field Workers--Training and Sensitivity Program"
Folder 3: Louisiana and Mississippi Demonstrations, Marches, and Picketing: photographs; black and white, 10 items, 1964, 1965Add to your cart.
Item 1: Bogalusa, Louisiana: photograph; 8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1964Add to your cart.
Label reads "Bougaloosa [sic], La. 1964. Demonstration."
Item 2: Canton, Mississippi: photograph; 5 x 7 inches, black and white, 1965 December 2Add to your cart.
Label reads "CANTON, MISSISSIPPI, December 2, 1965. The wonders of a typewriter. Karen Duncan and local young girl."
Item 3: Brandon, Mississippi: photograph; 5 x 7 inches, black and white, 1965 May 29Add to your cart.
Label reads "BRANDON, MISSISSIPPI, May 29, 1965. Going home after the end of a two day march, registration attempt at the courthouse (in background), and freedom rally on the courthouse lawn addressed by James Farmer."
Item 4: Bogalusa, Louisiana: photograph; 8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1964Add to your cart.

Verso Stamped: Photograph by Ann Meuer, 246 E. 54th St., New York PL 9-5386

Handscript: 168-22

Item 5: Photograph: 8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1965Add to your cart.
Label reads "Bogalusa, City Hall protest 1965"
Item 6: Photograph: 8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1965Add to your cart.
Label reads "Bogalusa, City Hall protest 1965"
Item 7: Photograph: 8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1965Add to your cart.
Label reads "Bogalusa 1965, Jesse Cutrer, Mayor. 2nd left in dark suit.  Charles Sims, Hat and sunglasses. Royan Burris (Deacon) front right. (Vic Bussie, far left?)
Item 8: Photograph: 8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1965Add to your cart.
Item 9: Photograph: 8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1965Add to your cart.
Label reads "Bogalusa Rally, Spring 1965. James Famer speaking. A. Young (right of podium), Bob Hicks (3rd left of podium)"
Item 10: Photograph: 8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1965Add to your cart.
[Bogalusa Rally, Spring 1965. James Famer speaking. A. Young (right of podium), Bob Hicks (3rd left of podium)]
Folder 4: Louisiana, Mississippi, and North Carolina, Protests and Marches: photographs; black and white, 22 items, 1963-1966, 1971Add to your cart.
Item 1: Photograph:  8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1965Add to your cart.
Lable reads "Bogalusa March, Spring 1965. Front Row--L-R Don Lampton (?), A.Z. Young (white shirt) Ronnie Moore, James Farmer, and R.T. Young (?)."
Item 2: Photograph: 8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1965 April 16Add to your cart.
Label reads "(BOX2) BOGALUSA, La. Apr. 16--DUAL PICKETING--An unidentified white man (right) holds his nose as he pickets alongside a Negro during demonstrations today in Bogalusa. Picketing by both white and Negroes continued this afternoon despite a plea by Mayor Jesse Cutrer Jr. That demonstrations end in honor of the Easter weekend. (AP WIREPHOTO) (jrt61610jrt/stf) (see AP wire story) 1965."
Item 3: Photograph: 5 x 7 inches, black and white, 1965 March 18Add to your cart.
Lable reads "Jonesboro, La. March 18, 1965. Students from Jackson High School (Black) demonstrating during puplic boycott of school. The students are singing 'We Shall Overcome', outside of church that refuses to house civil right movement."
Item 4: Photograph:  5 x 7 inches, black and white, 1965 March 18Add to your cart.
Lable reads "Jonesboro, La. March 18, 1965. Students from black high school marching through black community during pupil boycott."
Item 5: Photograph:  8 x 10 inches, black and white, circca 1964 or 1965Add to your cart.
Label reads "Harassment." [five white picketers]
Item 6: Photograph:  8 x 10 inches, black and white, circa 1964 or 1965Add to your cart.
[Woman looking out of jail window]
Item 7: Photograph: 5 x 7 inches, black and white, 1964 MarchAdd to your cart.
Label reads "MERIDIAN MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY CENTER, March 1964. The late Michael Schwerner."
Item 8: Photograph: 5 x 7 inches, black and white, 1964 August 8Add to your cart.
Label reads "REST HAVEN MEMORIAL GARDENS CEMBETERY OUTSIDE MERIDIAN, MISSISSIPPI. August 8, 1964. Grave of James E. Chaney."
Item 9: Photograph:  8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1964 AugustAdd to your cart.
Label reads "SCHWERNER, CHANEY, and GOODMAN, MERIDIAN MISSISSIPPI, Ausut 1964. Three civil rights workers killed, in the struggle."
Item 10: Photograph: 8 x 10, black and white, 1963 March 1Add to your cart.
Label reads "DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA, March 1, 1963. Picketing /Rialto Theatre."
Item 11: Photograph: 8 x 10 inches, black and white, circa 1964 or 1965Add to your cart.
[CORE Workers, Ronnie Moore drawing poster]
Item 12: Photograph: 8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1966 January 8Add to your cart.
Label reads "CORE SEDFRE training session, Gulfside Association, Waveland, Mississippi, January 8, 1966. Jimmy Dick Andrews of Monroe, Louisiana."
Item 13: Photograph:  8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1966 January 8Add to your cart.
Label reads "CORE SEDFRE training session, Gulfside Association, Waveland, Mississippi, January 8, 1966."
Item 14: Photograph: 8 x 10 inches, black and white, circa 1965Add to your cart.
Label reads "Bogalusa, Union Hall Rally ca. 1965 James Farmer- Mike Lesser far left top?"
Item 15: Photograph: 8 x 10 inches, black and whiteAdd to your cart.
[Group of five men]
Item 16: Photograph: 8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1971Add to your cart.
[Young woman and nurse]
Item 17: Photograph: 8 x 10 inches, black and white, undatedAdd to your cart.
[Group rally with Spiver Gordon in hat]
Item 18: Photograph: 8 x 10, black and whiteAdd to your cart.
[Group in the Louise Berliner King Auditorium]
Item 19: Photograph:  8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1964 OctoberAdd to your cart.
[Philadelphia, Mississippi, Scene of burning]
Item 20: Photograph: 8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1964 November 7Add to your cart.
[Durham, North Carolina, Sign banner: CORE SACRIFICE FOR FREEDOM]
Item 21: Photograph: 8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1963 September 11Add to your cart.
Label reads "(HPT4) HIGH POINT, N.C., Sept. 11--TEAR GAS GOES PLYING--High Point police fire two rounds of tear gas into a parking lot where a crowd of white persons were charging through to get within rock throwing range of a Negro demonstration march tonight. Police were the targets for rocks, eggs and tomatoes. (AP WIREPHOTO) (pa42242stf-pa)63."
Item 22: Photograph: 8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1969 MarchAdd to your cart.
Label reads "St. Landry Small Farmer's School; March 1969" [St. Laundry Parish, Louisiana]
Folder 5: Church burning and harassment, Jonesboro, Louisiana: photographs; black and white, 6 items, 1965Add to your cart.
Item 1: Photograph: 7 x 10 inches, black and white, 1965 January 31Add to your cart.
Verso reads "Jonesboro, La. Jan 31, 1965 The ruins of Bethany Baptist Church, after destroyed by fire. In background are students from Southern University and local people before they cleared site of the rubble." Credit: Edward Hollander
Item 2: Photograph:  7 x 10 inches, black and white, 1965 January 30Add to your cart.
Label reads "Jonesboro, La. January 30, 1965. Ruins of Bethany Baptist Church after destruction by fire January 17, 1965. One of two Black churches burned for holding Voter Registration and CORE meetings."
Item 3: Photograph:  7 x 10 inches, black and white, 1965 January 31Add to your cart.
Label reads "Jonesboro, La. January 31, 1965 Student from Southern University with load of bricks to be stacked for reuse in rebuilding Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, destroyed by fire for holding Voter Registration and CORE meetings."
Item 4: Photograph: 5 x 7 inches, black and white, 1965 January 17Add to your cart.
Label reads "Jonesboro, La. January 17, 1965. Here students from Southern Univ. and Tulane, and Loyola Universities work to clear up the rubble left from the burning of Pleasant Grove Baptist Church."
Item 5: Photograph:  5 x 7 inches, black and white, 1965 March 17Add to your cart.
Label reads "Jonesboro, La. March 17, 1965 - singing freedom song after a rally in skating rink in Jonesboro. 2nd from left is Jerome Smith, CORE field secretary."
Item 6: Photograph: 5 x 7 inches, black and white, 1965 January 31Add to your cart.
Label reads "Jonesboro, La. January 31, 1965 The ruins of Bethany Baptist Church, after destroyed by fire. In the background are students from Southern Univ. and local people before they cleared the site."
Item 7: Photograph: 5 x 7 inches, black and white, 1965 March 16Add to your cart.
Label reads "Jonesboro, La. March 16, 1965. One wall of library (and a representative scene) of Jackson High School (black) during pupil boycott in March 1965."
Item 8: Photograph: 5 x 7 inches, black and white, 1965 March 16Add to your cart.
Label reads "Jonesboro, La. March 16, 1965. One wall of library (and a representative scene) of Jackson High School (black) during pupil boycott in March 1965."
Item 9: Photograph: 5 x 7 inches, black and white, 1965 MarchAdd to your cart.
Label reads "Jonesboro, La. March 1965"
Item 10: Photograph: 8 x 10 inches, black and whiteAdd to your cart.
[Hate mail letter]
Item 11: Photograph: 8 x 10 inches, black and whiteAdd to your cart.
Label reads "Jonesboro Freedom House coffin left by Klan"
Item 12: Photograph: 8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1965 January 31Add to your cart.
Label reads "Jonesboro, La. January 31, 1965.  A member of the congregation of Pleasant Grove Baptist Church works at clearing up the rubble that remained after racists burned the church for Housing Voter Registration and CORE meetings."
Item 13: Photograph: 8 x 10 inches, black and whiteAdd to your cart.
[Broken rock placard of Pleasant Grove Baptist Church]
Item 14: Photograph: 8 x 10 inches, black and whiteAdd to your cart.
Label reads "Jonesboro staff, volunteers, local activities in front of Freedom House.  Ronnie Moore, back row with sportscoat."
Folder 6: Grand Marie Co-op, Opelousas, Louisiana: photographs; black and white, 15 items, 1966Add to your cart.
Item 1: Photograph: 8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1966 May 31Add to your cart.
Label reads "Opelousas, La. area, rural St. Landry Parish, May 31, 1966. Oreliana Citizen, Co-op member, son tries to attach farming instrument to back of tractor."
Item 2: Photograph: 8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1966 May 31Add to your cart.
Label reads "Opelousas, La. area, rural St. Landry Parish, May 31, 1966. CORE task force worker talks with farmer Oreliana Citizen at his farm."
Item 3: Photograph:  8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1966 May 30Add to your cart.
Label reads "Arnaudville, La. rural St. Landry Parish, in the vicinity of Opelousas. May 30, 1966. Standing: Joseph Malbrough, President of the Grand Marie Co-op. this is one of a dozen evening meetings held in all sections of St. Landry and Acadia Parishes to inform farmers about the Co-op and sign them up if they wat to jon. This one is being held in building adjacent to Catholic church, owned by the church. White priest of the church is at the left."
Item 4: Photograph: 8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1966 May 30Add to your cart.
Label reads "Opelousas. La. May 30, 1966. Farmer and Co-op member Nalva Guillory looking at by-laws or similar papers connected with the Co-op."
Item 5: Photograph:  8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1966 May 31Add to your cart.
[farmer Oreliana Citizen at his farm]
Item 6: Photograph: 8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1966 May 31Add to your cart.
Label reads "Opelousas, La. May 31, 1966. An officer of the Grand Marie Co-op."
Item 7: Photograph: 8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1966 May 31Add to your cart.
Label reads "Opelousas, La. area, rural St. Landry Parish, May 31, 1966. A fifteen year old boy with a mule on his grandfather's farm; He is leading the mule to plow and shortly will begin plowing a sweet potato field."
Item 8: Photograph:  8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1966 May 31Add to your cart.
Label reads "Opelousas, La. May 31, 1966 a farmer, member of the Co-op spaking at one of the daily training sessions for members working under the OEO Grant."
Item 9: Photograph:  8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1966 May 30Add to your cart.
Label reads "Opelousas, La. May 30, 1966. John Zippert, left, CORE task force worker, discusses some of the papers connected with the Grand Marie Co-op with farmer and member Nalva Guillory."
Item 10: Photograph: 8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1966 May 31Add to your cart.
Label reads "Opelousas, La. area, rural St. Landry Parish, May 31, 1966. Farmer and Co-op member Henry Brooks behind plow, with grand sone holding reins."
Item 11: Photograph: 8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1966 May 31Add to your cart.
Label reads "Opelousas, La. May 31, 1966. Poster of the Grand Marie Co-op."
Item 12: Photograph:  8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1966 May 31Add to your cart.
Label reads "Opelousas, La., May 31, 1966. Signs used by the co-op to teach its members about co-operative principles, etc. 272-10"
Item 13: Photograph: 8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1966 May 31Add to your cart.
Label reads "Opelousas, La. area, rural St. Landry Parish, May 31, 1966. Farmer and Co-op member Henry Brooks on his farm."
Item 14: Photograph:  8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1966 May 31Add to your cart.
Label reads "Opelousas, La. area, rural St. Landry Parish, May 31, 1966. Left to right: Calvin Citizen, part-time worker under OEO grant to Grand Marie Co-op; John Zippert, CORE task force worker; Oreliana Citizen, farmer, and Co-op member. The scene is on Oreliana Citizen's farm. Clive Citizen and John Zippert have come on one of their regular visits to keep the Co-op member informed."
Item 15: Photograph: 8 x 10 inches, black and white, 1966 May 31Add to your cart.
Label reads "Opelousas, La. area, St. Landry Parish, May 31, 1966. On his regular rounds of seeing farmers, CORE task force worker talks with Joseph Malbrough, President of the Grand Marie Co-op, on his farm. Between them is Malbrough's daughter."

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