The Havard Gazette : Radcliffe acquires papers of activist Angela Davis

Image 1: The FBI wanted poster for Davis.

Radcliffe’s Schlesinger Library has acquired the papers of famed activist Angela Davis.

Angela Davis, iconic activist, scholar and leading advocate for prison abolition, has found a new home for her life’s work.

In 2016, Kenvi Phillips, Ph.D. (US History) the newly installed Curator for Race and Ethnicity, The Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library at Radcliffe Institute Advanced Study, Harvard University, and two archivists helped Davis transport 151 boxes of artifacts from Oakland, CA to the library at Harvard University. Read more about The Havard Gazette : Radcliffe acquires papers of activist Angela Davis