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Center for the Child Care Workforce Records

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Identifier: LR001788
Abstract The Center for the Child Care Workforce (CCW) was founded in 1977 as the East Bay Staff Education Project in Oakland, California. It underwent several name changes throughout its history, including the Child Care Employee Project (CCEP) in 1978, National Center for the Early Childhood Workforce (NCECW) in 1994, and its name change reflected here as of 1997. The organization advocates for improved childcare quality through better wages and working conditions, as well as providing professional...
Dates: 1979 - 2003

Merrill-Palmer Institute: Edna Noble White Records

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Identifier: UR002561
Abstract Edna Noble White, a pioneer in family life education, served as first director of the Merrill-Palmer Institute from her appointment in 1920 until her retirement in 1947. Under Edna Noble White’s leadership, the Institute expanded its services to include a student program of college level courses in child development, family life, parenting skills, and nursery education as well as the Merrill-Palmer Nursery School, Camps, Farm, Infant Services, and Recreational Clubs. Ms. White was also very...
Dates: 1902 - 1966

Michigan Welfare League Records

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Identifier: UR000332
Abstract The League is interested in physical and mental health, mental retardation, juvenile and adult corrections, family and child welfare, public assistance, recreation and group work, special education, aging, youth problems, migrant labor, and human relations. Minutes, newsletters, correspondence, and other documents reflect the League's work in these areas. Among the correspondents are Jerome Cavanagh, Anthony Celebrezze, Philip Hart, Walter Heller, Patrick McNamara, George Romney, George...
Dates: 1916 - 1965

Olga Madar Oral History

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Identifier: LOH002327
Abstract In 1972, newscaster Joe Weaver and women's studies scholar Wendy Robbins interviewed Olga Madar for a Detroit television (TV-2) special report on women’s rights. Collection consists of an audio recording. Madar talks about her work on behalf of women's rights over the course of her long career in the UAW, including efforts to secure pay equity, maternity benefits, daycare, and better working conditions for both women and men; her hopes for the Equal Rights Amendment; and her own experiences...
Dates: 1972