People for Community Recovery Archives

Dates: 1935-2007
Size: 30 linear feet (63 archival boxes)
Repository: Chicago Public Library, Woodson Regional Library, Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection of Afro-American History and Literature, 9525 S. Halsted Street, Chicago, Illinois 60628
Collection number: 2009/05
Provenance: Deed of gift, from Cheryl Johnson, October 19, 2009
Access: No restrictions
Citation: When quoting material from this collection the preferred citation is: People for Community Recovery Archives, [Box #, Folder #], Chicago Public Library, Woodson Regional Library, Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection of Afro-American History and Literature
Processed by: Jeanie Child, Harsh Archival Processing Project, 2014; supervised by Michael Flug, Senior Archivist, Harsh Archival Processing Project

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

Hazel M. Johnson (1935-2011)

Hazel M. Johnson, the “Mother of Environmental Justice,” founded the People for Community Recovery to fight environmental racism on Chicago's heavily polluted southeast side. Across the U.S. she inspired other poor and minority grassroots organizations to organize to fight the corporate, governmental, and cultural causes of the pollution placed in their communities. Self-educated, she provided testimony and documentation that revealed the extent of that pollution. She fearlessly worked for change at the highest levels of federal government and reached out to empower her own neighbors at home. In the environmental justice movement Johnson joined such outstanding women leaders as Peggy Shepard, Dollie Burwell, Emelda West, and Margaret Williams. During her forty years in the movement she worked closely with othegroundbreakers such as Benjamin F. Chavis and Charles Lee.

Hazel M. Johnson was born Hazel Washington on January 25, 1935 in New Orleans, Louisiana, to Mary Dunmore and Clarence Washington. From 1949 to 1951 she attended the first two years of high school at Thomas Jefferson High School in Los Angeles, California while living with an aunt. She married John Johnson, whom she met in New Orleans. In the mid-1950s the Johnsons moved to Chicago. There Hazel Johnson worked from 1960 to 1962 as a canvasser in the The Woodlawn Organization (TWO), recruiting new members for that African American neighborhood organization. In 1962 the Johnsons moved to Altgeld Gardens Homes, a very large, segregated public housing project built in 1945 to house African American veterans and war workers on Chicago's far southeast side, in the heart of the vast Calumet industrial area. After 1956 it was managed by the Chicago Housing Authority (CHA), and housed approximately 10,000 residents, mostly low-income families with children. Hazel Johnson continued to work and to raise the couple's children there. She was employed as a mail sorter for the U.S. Postal Service in from 1965 to 1967. In 1968-1969 Johnson worked for Continental Temporary Services, as typist, filing clerk, or receptionist. That job was followed in 1969 by her service as receptionist and general office support at Parents and Friends of Retarded Children. She began to work nights so that she could be with her children during the day.

In 1969 Hazel's husband John died of lung cancer--a sadly sudden event for a relatively young man who rarely smoked. The Johnsons' seven children, then aged from 2 to 16 years, suffered from a variety of mostly skin and respiratory ailments. Hazel Johnson worried about the environment surrounding Altgeld Gardens. Factory chimneys were spewing noxious fumes and toxic waste dumps festered underground. The air, water, and soil of Altgeld Gardens produced constant emissions. After seeing a TV program about environmentally-related cancer in the 1970s she began to research environmental pollution. She contacted governmental boards of health and various regulatory bodies and questioned academics and activists.

The primary conclusion she drew was that her low-income minority community was deluged by pollution because manufacturers and government regulators thought they could perpetuate this injustice if the victims appeared poor and powerless. She further discovered that Altgeld Gardens had been built upon a toxic waste dump and sewage farm created by the Pullman Palace Car Company and town decades before. She talked to her neighbors and concluded that they too experienced ailments far too numerous to be normal. Recruiting volunteers, she began systematically collecting health survey data to back up these stories and to support the demand that government regulators enforce antipollution laws on the books. Also, she realized that obtaining these results would require constant monitoring and repeated demands for compliance.

In this same period, Hazel Johnson began to publicize her view that the CHA did not maintain its buildings properly and ignored residents' requests for repairs to broken windows, roofs, and plumbing. Johnson first decided to mobilize residents to confront the CHA. In 1970 she ran for office as block captain, thereby earning a seat on the Altgeld Gardens Local Advisory Council (LAC) which she held until 1979. Johnson also realized that the CHA itself contributed to the polluted environment by ignoring toxins that emanated from the original landfill beneath Altgeld Gardens. Later, in the mid-1980s, she would discover that the entire housing project had been built using asbestos, a fact at first denied by CHA. At that time she also would learn that the CHA had dumped PCB waste on the Altgeld Gardens site. Throughout this period, Johnson's relationship to the CHA remained both confrontational and cooperative. PCR worked with CHA to carry out such projects as lead abatement training, housing rehabilitation, and youth programs.

Meanwhile, Hazel Johnson had also identified the major polluters surrounding Altgeld Gardens, such as Waste Management, Sherwin-Williams Paint Co., PMC Specialty, Ford Motor Co., and the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Chicago. Sharing this information with her neighbors, she organized the residents into groups to confront these polluters with demands to stop. Having achieved success with these methods, in 1979 Johnson founded "[my] own not-for-profit community-based environmental organization," People for Community Recovery (PCR). In 1982 PCR officially incorporated as a not-for profit organization. Just before that, Johnson had lost her job at a City of Chicago funded program for children with disabilities. She then survived on public aid assistance rather than a steady salary from PCR, and devoted her all of her time to PCR's work.

By 1982 the story of Hazel M. Johnson and the history of People for Community Recovery become a unified narrative. Johnson had joined the environmental movement, which in the 1960s and 1970s was a largely white, middle-class movement intent on preserving wildlife, recycling, and storing toxic waste far from their back yards. To build grassroots power behind the environmental justice movement Johnson took her message on the road, rallying other victims of environmental racism and injustice. She was able to unite isolated communities of color into the movement. In the 1970s and 1980s Johnson had often found herself the only minority person in attendance at environmental movement conferences. In 1992 she realized her dream of attending the first National People of Color Environmental Leadership Summit, which took place in Washington, DC. Johnson received her title,"Mother of the Environmental Justice Movement," at the conference. By then, her PCR organization of Altgeld Gardens neighbors had an executive director (her), an administrative assistant, four outreach workers, thirteen board members, 200 dues-paying members, volunteers for a large number of programs, and a $125,890 budget raised almost entirely through successful grants writing.

Throughout her years as founder, CEO, president, and/or executive director of PCR, Hazel Johnson employed a number of strategies that achieved desired results. First, she educated herself consciously through research and through direct contact with the most knowledgeable and most dedicated professionals she could find. A number of them joined PCR's work, such as activist and author David Pellow, medical authorities Dr. Robert Ginsburg and Dr. Herbert Wright, and the Chicago Legal Clinic lawyers Alan Grossman and Keith Hartley. Second, Johnson fearlessly confronted any entity she determined was creating a situation of environmental injustice, no matter how powerful. At the same time she sought to work cooperatively with that entity in order to carry out a training program, file a lawsuit, or write a grant proposal for a joint project. Third, Johnson extended herself to strengthen many other organizations especially local ones, that shared PCR's goals; she served on their boards and co-sponsored programming.

Despite increasingly poor health, Hazel Johnson served PCR until her death from congestive heart failure at age 75, on January 12, 2011. She continued to live at Altgeld Gardens until the end of her life, while her daughter, Cheryl Johnson, gradually assumed the responsibility for PCR's operation.

HISTORICAL NOTE

People for Community Recover (PCR)

People for Community Recovery (PCR) is a grassroots environmental justice organization founded by Hazel M. Johnson and centered on the far southeast side of Chicago, Illinois. Johnson formally organized and named the group in 1979 and incorporated it officially in 1982 as a nonprofit organization. The mission of PCR centered on fighting environmental racism as it affected the residents of Altgeld Gardens public housing project. This included educating residents about their rights as tenants and about the health dangers of pollution, supporting their actions against polluters and negligent government bureaucrats, and fostering training and sustainable job opportunities for them.

Starting with Hazel Johnson's 1980 survey of Altgeld Gardens residents' cancer rates, PCR carried out a number of other surveys to determine the many effects of pollution that were not being adequately monitored by the Chicago Board of Health or other regulatory bodies. Those include a more comprehensive health survey undertaken in 1984, a massive survey carried out with the support of University of Illinois School of Public Health in 1992-1993, and a grant-funded Resident Education About Lead (REAL) canvass in 1997. All of these surveys revealed abnormally high rates of respiratory, pulmonary, and skin-related disease in addition to high infant death rates and cancer.

In its first years PCR directly confronted corporations or government entities that were obvious polluters, such as Waste Management and the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District, while often working in cooperation with other local community groups. In a highly-publicized action in 1987, hundreds of protesters blocked the gate of CID Waste Management to prevent some 57 dump trucks from discharging into the landfill. Other protests led to permit revocations for the Paxton Lagoon and the O'Brien Lock and Dam Landfills. PCR joined persistent local lobbying of EPA, helped fight the Retail Rate Law that rewarded unsafe waste incineration, testified at hearings, submitted hundreds of anti-landfill petitions, and made public statements that eventually led to a 1992 consent decree in which Waste Management agreed to hire Altgeld residents to monitor compliance. Eventually the opening of new landfills and incinerators in the Calumet region ceased.

Before 1993, Hazel Johnson testified at EPA hearings and joined an environmental task force formed to bring together the EPA, landfill operators such as Waste Management, and local community groups. In 1992 the EPA awarded PCR a grant to provide community-based environmental job training for residents of Altgeld Gardens and its environs, linking pollution control with employment opportunities. Starting with President Clinton's administration in 1993 the EPA undertook a number of initiatives that changed the ways groups such as PCR pursued their goals and, at least at first, led to some successes.

Further pressure from the growing environmental justice movement led to EPA's establishment of an extensive public-private infrastructure designed to involve local communities in planning for pollution eradication and sustainable economy building. In 1993 Hazel Johnson also testified before Congress on these urgent matters. In response to demands for the enforcement of environmental justice, President Clinton signed Executive Order #12898 which placed racial justice foremost in the federal government's environmental mission. Besides requiring all federal bodies to conform, the Order generated a number of EPA initiatives. The National Environmental Justice Advisory Council (NEJAC) provided a federal-level venue in which grassroots representatives could ostensibly influence policy. Hazel Johnson was invited to sit on NEJAC and actively did so for several years. Other public-private coalitions, such as the National Advisory Committee on Environmental Policy and Technology (NACEPT), were put in place by EPA to stimulate sustainable economic growth, assess “brownfields,” and oversee “superfund” toxic cleanups. PCR made its presence felt in many of these groups by speaking authoritatively both on critical environmental issues and also on the need for sustainable economic growth in low-income communities.

In 1998 and 1999 PCR asked the EPA (Region 5) to require verification of soil contamination at the Altgeld Gardens site from PCBs stored there by the CHA years before and later unsuccessfully removed. This PCR action led to an apparently successful attempt by CHA to remove the remaining PCBs.

Regardless of PCR's relationship over time with the EPA, it continued to confront the CHA in order to obtain legally protected rights for Altgeld Gardens tenants and also to enable programs, such as job training, that would benefit the residents. On the one hand, PCR monitored CHA after it was found not in compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards for asbestos removal; on the other hand, PCR submitted a number of bids, some successful, for jobs for residents that involved rehabbing apartments and providing janitorial services.

PCR worked closely with southeast Chicago's other very active community organizations either by initiating the relationship unilaterally or by joining in a consortium such as Citizens United to Reclaim the Environment (CURE). Locally, the EPA fostered the Southeast Chicago Urban Environmental Initiative(s), or SCUEI, to maximize oversight of local entities with a history of polluting. Connected to that initiative was PCR's relationship with Chicago State University and its (Southeast) Neighborhood Assistance Center which provided resources for such efforts. PCR maintained correspondence with other groups across the U.S.A. as well, and participated in many pivotal conferences over the years. In honor of its tenth anniversary, PCR co-sponsored its First Environmental Conference, "Making a Difference on Environmental Issues in Minority Communities," held at Chicago State University in 1992.

Many of PCR's actions drew success from its effective public relations work with the media. Just four years after incorporating as a nonprofit, PCR was featured in a Chicago Sun-Times series, “The Toxic Trap.” PCR protests, such as the 1987 Waste Management landfill truck stoppage, were tipped to the media in advance. In 1990, PCR invited WTTW-TV to film a community “Town Meeting.” In 1992 PCR launched its own newsletter, F.A.T.E. (Fighting Against a Toxic Environment), which contained articles written by professional environmentalists and environmental justice leaders as well as features about Altgeld Gardens residents and tips on pollution prevention. It appeared occasionally until 1997 (it was published under a new title in 2004, F.A.T.E.²). National Public Radio broadcast a documentary on PCR's work in 2000, as did Northwestern University in 2001 (“The Poison Promise of Altgeld Gardens”).

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SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

The People for Community Recovery Collection documents the achievements and challenges of that grassroots environmental justice organization under the leadership of founder and president Hazel M. Johnson. The bulk of the records were created between 1986 and the early 2000s. The records document PCR's attempts to obtain safe and functional housing from the Chicago Housing Authority, its actions against the hundreds of polluted waste dumps and manufacturing plants that surrounded Altgeld Gardens Homes, and its close working relationship with many other nonprofit organizations and governmental bodies from Chicago, Illinois, the U.S., and even internationally that comprised the environmental justice movement. Perhaps most striking is the collection's display of Hazel Johnson's organizational acumen as the driving force behind PCR'S pursuit of its goals in these diverse venues. Also of interest are the many PCR programs that provided training and/or jobs for low-income residents in both environmental occupations and also the construction trades.

Materials include meeting minutes, agendas, and notes, along with correspondence and memos both internal and external to PCR, relating to the activities described above. Also illuminating are the large number of grant applications that document PCR goals and achievements and PCR's struggle to remain financially viable. Records from several PCR programs that offered occupational training in environmental careers or construction skills are included. Summaries of neighborhood surveys undertaken by PCR indicate the many health concerns arising from the area's toxic location. Dozens of PCR flyers, handbills, and other program announcements document PCR's wide range of local activities throughout this collection's date range.

Missing from this collection are records from years preceding PCR's 1982 incorporation. Few materials have survived from the period 1982 through 1986. Furthermore, gaps in the existing records render incomplete the documentation of PCR's board of directors, administrative staffing, program activities, and work with other organizations or agencies.

The PCR Archives were received by the Harsh Research Collection staff after its internal organization had been destroyed during storage in a rental facility. Consequently, the current folder arrangement of these materials has been imposed by archival processing. Files created during neighborhood health surveys or job training programs, which contain individuals' personal data, have been removed.

The materials in the People for Community Recovery Collection have been arranged in the following series:

Series 1: PCR history (1987-2006)

Material in this series was created by Hazel Johnson and other PCR members to document the organization's growth and work, mostly for other purposes such as grant applications and public relations. Most of the documents are undated.

Series 2: Hazel Johnson biographical and family records (1935-2006)

The most complete information about Hazel Johnson's life and work may be found in her autobiographical and biographical materials, along with her resumes and her press statements. Also part of this series are some of the many awards Johnson received; some programs from events she attended (usually as honoree); and a clippings file. Most of these records are arranged alphabetically by type of record.

Following those materials, the "Johnson family" listings provide a much smaller amount of material that documents Hazel Johnson's daughter, Cheryl, and several of her children and other family, most of whom also served as volunteers and/or paid staff in PCR. These are arranged alphabetically by the person's name.

Series 3: Manuscripts (1993-2001)

PCR writers produced a booklet, "A Primer to Environmental Action: A Starting Point for Community Involvement," included in this series. Other writings concern environmental racism, the USEPA, and toxic effects of the environment on health. Of note is Patricia Jackson's paper on a PCR health survey of the Altgeld Gardens community. The other materials appear to have been prepared by leaders and others with whom Hazel Johnson worked in the environmental justice movement. They are arranged alphabetically by author or, if none, by title.

Series 4: PCR business files (1982-2006)

This series documents the organization's internal decision-making, public relations activities, and legal and financial status. The researcher should note that the Board of Directors material is almost certainly incomplete with regards to meeting minutes. There are partial records of court cases that PCR was party to against the Chicago Housing Authority, the EPA, and toxic dumping concerns. A significant item is the voluminous material relating to PCR's newsletter F.A.T.E. (Fighting Against a Toxic Environment, 1992-1997), which includes original work from contributors. Also included is a PCR publication, Save Your Life from the Toxic Trap (c. 1997).

Financial records in this series provide incomplete but informative documentation of the ways this low-income minority grassroots organization continued to survive.

The records in this series are arranged into functional sections, including organizational documents, board of directors, correspondence, public relations, office administration (including personnel), and financial, in that order. Within sections, files are arranged either in alpha or chronological order, or in a combination of both.

Series 5: PCR programs (1982-2006)

Along with various services PCR provided to the neighborhood of Altgeld Gardens, PCR mounted ambitious training programs designed to develop residents' skills for environmentally related careers such as culinary and horticultural (After School Matters), or construction trades involving hazardous waste treatment (Minority Worker Training). Records refer to numerous surveys taken of Altgeld residents to determine their health condition (e.g., asthma) and their exposure to toxic waste (e.g., asbestos in their housing). Further documentation details PCR's role in the long fight against the Robbins Incinerator and the Retail Rate Law, and Hazel Johnson's “Toxic Tour” that traversed the hundreds of poisonous sites surrounding Altgeld Gardens. This series documents the educational programs, fact-gathering surveys, and challenges to polluters carried out by PCR, often in cooperation with several other organizations or governmental units.

However, records of PCR's programming relationships with CHA, the EPA, and unilaterally with other organizations have been excluded from this series because of their large volume (for those, see Series 6, 7, and 8). Files in Series 5 are arranged in alphabetical order by program title.

Series 6: Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) (1985-2004)

This series documents PCR's struggle for justice for public housing residents, through tenant representation and advocacy. The former is documented through Hazel Johnson's efforts to open up the Local Advisory Council (LAC), a politically chosen and directed body, to more open control by all residents—partially by her election to a seat on that body. PCR's relationship with CHA is documented through its actions (including court action) to force CHA to respond to tenant requests for basic services. However, the files in this series also show how PCR maintained a cooperative employer/employee relationship with CHA, bidding on various rehab projects or apartment cleanups, and serving as contractor.

Also in this series is a large section devoted to the Altgeld Political Awareness Group (APAG), formed to democratize the Local Advisory Council of Altgeld Gardens. While PCR itself was not directly involved with APAG, PCR members provided impetus and generated the APAG documents in this series.

The series provides some documentation of CHA's citywide bureaucracy and its impact at the local level. Also included are materials from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The series is arranged into sections: CHA material, PCR material, HUD material, Altgeld Gardens LAC material, and APAG material. Files are in alphabetical or chronological order within these sections.

Series 7: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) (1985-2001)

This series provides documentation of the enormous reach and complexity of the EPA during the years in question, and the diverse ways that Hazel Johnson and PCR participated in it and protested against its failures. The material represents the huge number of commissions, committees, initiatives, and similar groups that blended federal EPA staff with nonprofit environmental organizations, corporate officials, other governmental agency representatives, from local efforts to federal-level deliberation. These entities included the Brownfields Forum, Common Sense Initiatives, Council on Environmental Quality, National Environmental Justice Advisory Council (NEJAC), National Advisory Committee on Environmental Policy and Technology (NACEPT), and Superfund committees, among many.

Inserted into this array are the files relating to the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA). The organizations joining with PCR on these bodies include unions, universities, nonprofit environmental justice organizations, churches, local government health agencies, ranging from local to national in scope. Materials in this series provide insight into the many ways that the EPA engaged these organizations in marginal matters while avoiding progress on the primary issues involving polluters and environmental racism.

The series also documents Hazel Johnson's role at many levels of the EPA. She was often invited to participate on EPA-sponsored bodies. Activists such as Charles Lee (United Church of Christ) and Robert Bullard (Atlanta University) likewise appear in the record.

The series is arranged in alphabetical order by file title, with the exception of the federal Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) records which are placed at the end of the series. In this alphabetical arrangement there is a section for the EPA itself. Because the EPA provided grants to antipollution organizations, the researcher is directed to see also the EPA materials in Series 9 (Grants).

Series 8: Other Organizations (1986-2005)

This listing of over 200 entities illustrates the variety of groups (both local and national) involved in the environmental justice movement with PCR. The organizations here related to PCR primarily on a unilateral level as opposed to the multi-group programming mentioned above in Series 5-7. Examples of long-term relationships include Calumet Community Consortium, Chicago Association of Neighborhood Development Organizations (CANDO), Chicago State University, Citizens for a Better Environment (CBE), Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU), Greenpeace, Lead Elimination Action Drive (LEAD), Roseland Community Hospital, Southeast Chicago Community Task Force on the Environment and Solid Waste Disposal, Southeast Chicago Development Commission. Of further note is the Chicago Legal Clinic, Inc., later identified locally as Southeast Chicago Legal Clinic, where Alan Grossman and Keith Hartley prepared PCR's court actions against both polluters and government agencies. But groups with whom PCR worked ranged in scope from local to national to international, from religious to recycling, from grassroots to mainline. A few local government agencies are included here as well. Because some organizations also provided funding, the researcher should see also ?Series 9 (Grants) for names of funding entities. This series is arranged in alphabetical order.

Series 9: Grants (1986-2007)

A wealth of material may be found in the Grants Series that provides a narrative or chronological outline of PCR's activities in a concise format often not found in other series.

This series includes a section on general granting materials, a section on the EPA grant applications and proposals, and a section for applications and proposals to all other funding sources.

The general grant materials section includes listings of funding sources and procedures followed by PCR grant applications not directed to a specific funder.

The second section, containing material involving EPA funding, has been organized by purported grant proposal or application number, not necessarily chronological. Also, the researcher should note that certain application or proposal titles changed over time perhaps due to changes in grantor funding initiatives. Many grant proposals to the EPA also involved requests to other (private) funding sources. All other grant applications not directed to the EPA or related governmental entities may be found in the third section following the EPA materials, in alphabetical order by funding entity.

Series 10: Conferences (1988-2005)

This series includes conferences, forums, summits, symposia, and other gatherings that Hazel Johnson, or her daughter Cheryl, attended and often helped to organize. Of note are two significant conferences in the history of environmental justice: the First and Second National People of Color Environmental Leadership Summits (1991 and 2002). Hazel Johnson is given credit for helping to initiate this conference in 1991. Also found are the two sections of the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), including the Official Programs in Rio de Janeiro and the Grassroots Peoples Conference held in conjunction in New York City. This series is arranged in alphabetical order by title.

Series 11: Subject Research Files (1977-2001)

Subject research files include a number of important reports and other material relating to environmental justice and science issues critical to the work of Hazel Johnson and staff. This series provides only those materials not directly created by entities in other series, such as the EPA. (Series 7). Of note is the report, Inconclusive by Design: Waste, Fraud and Abuse in Federal Environmental Health Research, by Dick Russell, Sanford Lewis, Brian Keating, 1992, concerning the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR). The files are arranged by types of material including articles, bibliographies, clippings, government publications, guides, reports, general resource materials, and serial publications. Researchers should note that serials are housed both in Box 61 and also in Box 63 (oversized only).

Series 12: Photographs (1992-2004, n.d.)

A small series of some sixty photographs provides several views of Hazel Johnson in the 1990s, a few of the buildings of Altgeld Gardens Homes targeted by PCR for program use (1990s), and youth trainees in one of PCR's training programs at Altgeld Gardens (c. 2004).

Series 13: Memorabilia (1990s)

This series comprises a very small number of business cards and other contact information collected by Hazel Johnson and Cheryl Johnson, as well as a desk calendar from 1994 probably used by Patricia Jackson, who served as PCR principal environmental policy coordinator and grants administrator during the 1990s. The calendar contains notes about meetings, appointments, and other events or deadlines.

CONTAINER LIST

Series 1: PCR Organizational History

Box 1 Folder 1 PCR Organizational histories, twelve manuscripts, c. 1987-2006

Series 2: Hazel M. Johnson Biographical and Family

Box 1 Folder 2 Johnson, Hazel M., Autobiographies and biographies, c. 1990-2003
Box 1 Folder 3 Johnson, Hazel M., Awards, Community Service Award from Hon. Gus Savage Member of Congress, 1987
Box 1 Folder 4 Johnson, Hazel M., Awards, Midwest Leadership Development Conference Certificate of Environmental Leadership, 1988
Box 1 Folder 5 Johnson, Hazel M., Awards, Kennedy-King College Certificate of Appreciation for Practicum Supervision, 1989
Box 1 Folder 6 Johnson, Hazel M., Awards, Crossroads Fund: Community Leadership and . . . Environmental Safety, c. 1991-1992
Box 1 Folder 7 Johnson, Hazel M., Awards, President's Environmental and Conservation Challenge Award for Education and Communications to People for Community Recovery, 1992
Box 1 Folder 8 Johnson, Hazel M., Awards, "Thank you Hazel Johnson from the bottom of our hearts," presenter not identified, 1992
Box 1 Folder 9 Johnson, Hazel M., Awards, Tampax Environmental Women of Action, 1993
Box 1 Folder 10 Johnson, Hazel M., Awards, Underground Railway Theatre (Boston), c. 1993
Box 1 Folder 11 Johnson, Hazel M., Awards, EPA Certificate of Commendation for participation in Paxton Avenue Lagoons Remediation Project Review Committee, 1989-1994
Box 1 Folder 12 Johnson, Hazel M., Awards, Rose Garden Community Services Inc. Certificate of Appreciation to PCR for Training and Employment Opportunities, 1994
Box 1 Folder 13 Johnson, Hazel M., Awards, EPA IAQ Tools for Schools Certificate of Recognition, 2001
Box 1 Folder 14 Johnson, Hazel M., Awards, Illinois House of Representatives 92nd General Assembly Acknowledges Hazel M. Johnson for entry into Senior Citizen’s Hall of Fame, 2001
Box 1 Folder 15 Johnson, Hazel M., Awards, Illinois House of Representatives Certificate of Recognition for Entry into Senior Citizens Hall of Fame, 2001
Box 1 Folder 16 Johnson, Hazel M., Award nominations and other notations, 1986-2001
Box 1 Folder 17 Johnson, Hazel M., Birth certificate, 1935
Box 1 Folder 18 Johnson, Hazel M., CHA housing documents, 1960-1964
Box 1 Folder 19 Johnson, Hazel M., Clippings, 1986-1998
Box 1 Folder 20 Johnson, Hazel M., Correspondence personal and family, 1989-1997
Box 1 Folder 21 Johnson, Hazel M., Educational certificates, 1986
Box 1 Folder 22 Johnson, Hazel M., Press releases and statements, 1988-2002
Box 1 Folder 23 Johnson, Hazel M., Resumes, c. 1990s
Box 1 Folder 24 Johnson, Hazel M., Event Program, Commission on the Status and Role of Women (COSROW) Second Awards Luncheon, 1989 (2 copies)
Box 1 Folder 25 Johnson, Hazel M., Event Program with Panel discussion, N.A.M.E. Gallery "Vital Signs" Exhibit, 1990
Box 1 Folder 26 Johnson, Hazel M., Event Program, Environmental Racism Seminar, DePaul University College of Law, 1993
Box 1 Folder 27 Johnson, Hazel M., Event Program, Altgeld Gardens "50 Years of Golden Memories" Ball, 1994
Box 1 Folder 28 Johnson, Hazel M., Event Program, Funeral Service, Keesha Monique Carter and Jantrell Devi-Mechell Brown, 1994
Box 1 Folder 29 Johnson family, Johnson, Cheryl, Awards, accepting Illinois House of Representatives Certificate of Recognition for Outstanding Volunteer Service for People for Community Recovery, 1991
Box 1 Folder 30 Johnson family, Johnson, Cheryl, Biography, c. 1992
Box 1 Folder 31 Johnson family, Johnson, Cheryl, Clippings, c.1993
Box 1 Folder 32 Johnson family, Johnson, Cheryl, Correspondence, 1997-2006
Box 1 Folder 33 Johnson family, Johnson, Cheryl, Education: degrees and certificates, 1982-1997
Box 1 Folder 34 Johnson family, Johnson, Cheryl, HUD Fair Housing Complaint, 2001
Box 1 Folder 35 Johnson family, Johnson, Cheryl, Resumes, c. 1990s
Box 1 Folder 36 Johnson family, Johnson, John William, Jr., Resume, c. 1997
Box 1 Folder 37 Johnson family, Johnson, Mark Anthony, Resumes, diplomas, certificates, awards, correspondence, c. 1986-2000
Box 1 Folder 38 Johnson family, Johnson, Valerie, Certificates, resumes, 1987 and c. 1990s

Series 3: Manuscripts

Box 1 Folder 39 “A Primer to Environmental Action: A Starting Point for Community Involvement,” n.p., n.d. (2 copies)
Box 1 Folder 40 Boozer, Pilar. “Can One Person Improve a Community?” 2001
Box 1 Folder 41 Caldwell, Oluwatoyin Olabisi. “The Environmental Movement and Environmental Justice: Chicago’s Altgeld Gardens: A Case Study of Environmental Toxins in a Low-Income Minority Community,” 1998
Box 1 Folder 42 Coursey, Don, et al. “Environmental Racism in the City of Chicago: The History of EPA Hazardous Waste in African-American Neighborhoods”, 1994 (incomplete copy)
Box 1 Folder 43 Figert, Anne E. and Paul Kuchnert. “Re-framing Knowledge about the AIDS Epidemic: Academic and Community Based Interventions.” 1994
Box 1 Folder 44 Goldman, Benjamin A. “Not Just Prosperity: Achieving Sustainability with Environmental Justice,” 1993 (draft only)
Box 1 Folder 45 Jackson, Patricia. “Health Survey Statistics of Altgeld Gardens Community,” c. 1994
Box 1 Folder 46 Lovins, Amory B. and L. Hunter-Lovins. “Reinventing the Wheels,” 1994 (NOTE: draft, NOT for publication)
Box 1 Folder 47 Weintraub, Irwin, [“Environmental Racism”], c. 1993

Series 4: PCR Business Files

Box 2 Folder 1 Organizational Documents, Articles of Incorporation in State of Illinois, with annual reports, 1982-2005
Box 2 Folder 2 Organizational Documents, City of Chicago Certification for Recycling Programs on Licensed Premises, 1997
Box 2 Folder 3 Organizational Documents, Illinois State Board of Elections Certification of PCR as “bona fide state civic organization,” 1996
Box 2 Folder 4 Organizational Documents, PCR Mission Statement, c. 1991
Box 2 Folder 5 Organizational Documents, PCR “Organizational Book,” c. 1986
Box 2 Folder 6 Organizational Documents, PCR Theme Song, c. 1980s
Box 2 Folder 7 Organizational Documents, Tax-exempt status, federal and state, 1986-1995
Box 2 Folder 8 Board of Directors, Directories and structure, c. 1991-1998, n.d.
Box 2 Folder 9 Board of Directors, Meetings (agendas and minutes), 1987-2004
Box 2 Folder 10 Committees, PCR Advisory Committee, 1993
Box 2 Folder 11 Committees, Environmental and Human Health Committee, 2004
Box 2 Folder 12 Consultants, Letter of Agreement form, n.d.
Box 2 Folder 13 Consultants, James Carlton, The Wise Choice, 2001-2003
Box 2 Folder 14 Consultants, Community Consulting Network, 1997
Box 2 Folder 15 Consultants, Community Development Associates, 1997
Box 2 Folder 16 Consultants, Ellen A. Dick, 1989
Box 2 Folder 17 Consultants, Kenneth Johnson, c. 1998-1999
Box 2 Folder 18 Consultants, Gwen Nordgren, 1987-1991
Box 2 Folder 19 Consultants, INFO/Information Plus, Walter Perkins and James Gross, 1992
Box 2 Folder 20 Consultants, Policy Research Action Group, Brian Banks, 1990, 2001
Box 2 Folder 21 Consultants, Progressive Training Consultants, Inc., c. 1994
Box 2 Folder 22 Consultants, Lori P. Thornton, Environmental Careers Organization (ECO), 1995
Box 2 Folder 23 Consultants, Earl L. Watson, 2000-2001 (includes report on Board of Directors training)
Box 2 Folder 24 Contracts and Agreements, Lease Agreement, Sam Jaber and Steel City National Bank, 1995
Box 2 Folder 25 Contracts and Agreements, Settlement Agreement, 1998
Box 3 Folder 1 Correspondence, 1983-1984
Box 3 Folder 2 Correspondence, 1986
Box 3 Folder 3 Correspondence, 1987
Box 3 Folder 4 Correspondence, 1988
Box 3 Folder 5 Correspondence, 1989
Box 3 Folder 6 Correspondence, 1990
Box 3 Folder 7 Correspondence, 1991
Box 3 Folder 8 Correspondence, 1992
Box 3 Folder 9 Correspondence, 1993
Box 3 Folder 10 Correspondence, 1994
Box 3 Folder 11 Correspondence, 1995
Box 3 Folder 12 Correspondence, 1996-1999
Box 3 Folder 13 Correspondence, 2000-2006, n.d.
Box 3 Folder 14 Correspondence, Greeting cards, 1995-2003
Box 3 Folder 15 Correspondence, “Incoming” from individuals (separate folder), 1991-1996
Box 3 Folder 16 Court cases, against Chicago Housing Authority (CHA), 1997-c. 2002
Box 3 Folder 17 Court cases, inventory (Chicago Legal Clinic, Inc.), 1998
Box 4 Folder 1 Public Relations, Clippings, 1986-2006, n.d.
Box 4 Folder 2 Public Relations, Environmental Racism Information Packet for State Legislature, c. 1992
Box 4 Folder 3 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. (Fighting Against a Toxic Environment) Newsletter Preview Issue, c. 1992
Box 4 Folder 4 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. (Fighting Against a Toxic Environment) Newsletter, Winter 1992-1993 (V. 1 No. 1)
Box 4 Folder 5 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. (Fighting Against a Toxic Environment) Newsletter, Spring 1993 (V. 1 No. 2)
Box 4 Folder 6 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. (Fighting Against a Toxic Environment) Newsletter, Supplemental Issue, April 1995
Box 4 Folder 7 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. (Fighting Against a Toxic Environment) Newsletter, Winter 1996 (V. 2, No. 1)
Box 4 Folder 8 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. (Fighting Against a Toxic Environment) Newsletter, Spring 1997 (V. 1 No. 4)
Box 4 Folder 9 Public Relations, F.A.T.E.² (new title, Furthering Our Advancement Toward Environmental Equality), 2004-2005
Box 4 Folder 10 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. Newsletter, Budget expenses and EPA support, 1992-1996
Box 4 Folder 11 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. Newsletter, Correspondence, 1994-1996
Box 4 Folder 12 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. Newsletter, Illinois State clearing house, Governor’s Office approval, 1994
Box 4 Folder 13 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. Newsletter, Solicitation letters with drafts, 1993-1994
Box 4 Folder 14 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. Newsletter, Staff meetings, working papers, 1992-1996, n.d.
Box 4 Folder 15 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. Newsletter, Subject research material, 1985-1995
Box 4 Folder 16 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. Newsletter, Subscription requests, 1994-1996
Box 4 Folder 17 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. Newsletter, Volunteer questionnaires, c. 1993-1996
Box 4 Folder 18 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. Newsletter, Mss.: Davis, Cameron, c. 1994
Box 4 Folder 19 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. Newsletter, Mss.: Gibbs, Lois M., c. 1994
Box 4 Folder 20 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. Newsletter, Mss.: Green, Kevin, c. 1994
Box 4 Folder 21 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. Newsletter, Mss.: Healy, Carole, c. 1994
Box 4 Folder 22 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. Newsletter, Mss.: Jackson, Maurci, c. 1994
Box 4 Folder 23 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. Newsletter, Mss.: Jackson, Patricia, ca. 1992
Box 4 Folder 24 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. Newsletter, Mss.: Johnson, Cheryl, c. 1994
Box 4 Folder 25 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. Newsletter, Mss.: Johnson, Hazel, c. 1994
Box 4 Folder 26 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. Newsletter, Mss.: Norman, Troy, c. 1994
Box 4 Folder 27 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. Newsletter, Mss.: Pellow, David N., c. 1994
Box 4 Folder 28 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. Newsletter, Mss.: Quinn, Bowden, c. 1994
Box 4 Folder 29 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. Newsletter, Mss.: Shavit, Rebecca, ca. 1994
Box 4 Folder 30 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. Newsletter, Mss.: Spencer, Billie, with subject research materials, c. 1994
Box 4 Folder 31 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. Newsletter, Mss.:, Viehweg, Jill, c. 1994
Box 4 Folder 32 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. Newsletter, Mss.: [Waite], Lori, c. 1994
Box 4 Folder 33 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. Newsletter, Mss.: Williams, Orrin, c. 1994
Box 4 Folder 34 Public Relations, F.A.T.E. Newsletter, Mss.: Drafts, no author given, with subject research material, c. 1994-1996
Box 5 Folder 1 Public Relations, Flyers, brochures, handouts, 1986-1989
Box 5 Folder 2 Public Relations, Flyers, brochures, handouts, 1990-1992
Box 5 Folder 3 Public Relations, Flyers, brochures, handouts, 1993-1996
Box 5 Folder 4 Public Relations, Flyers, brochures, handouts, 1998-1999 (1997 missing)
Box 5 Folder 5 Public Relations, Flyers, brochures, handouts, 2000
Box 5 Folder 6 Public Relations, Flyers, brochures, handouts, 2001-2003
Box 5 Folder 7 Public Relations, Flyers, brochures, handouts, n.d.
Box 5 Folder 8 Public Relations, Media, local coverage, 1989-1998
Box 5 Folder 9 Public Relations, Newsletter Community Alert, 1989-1991
Box 5 Folder 10 Public Relations, PCR publication Save Your Life from the Toxic Trap (brochure), c. 1987
Box 5 Folder 11 Public Relations, PCR publications bibliography, 1995, c. 2004
Box 5 Folder 12 Public Relations, Photograph photocopies, various., n.d.
Box 5 Folder 13 Public Relations, Position papers, statements, n.d.
Box 5 Folder 14 Public Relations, Press releases, 1986-2001
Box 5 Folder 15 Public Relations, Report “PCR’s Community Health Survey Results,” 1993
Box 5 Folder 16 Office Administration, Contact lists: contractors, 1996-1997, n.d.
Box 5 Folder 17 Office Administration, Contact lists: individuals, n.d.
Box 5 Folder 18 Office Administration, Contact lists: labor unions, 1998
Box 5 Folder 19 Office Administration, Contact lists: legal assistance organizations, c. 1995
Box 5 Folder 20 Office Administration, Contact lists: legislators, various officials, 1993-1994, n.d.
Box 5 Folder 21 Office Administration, Contact lists: membership and volunteers, c. 1995-1996, n.d.
Box 5 Folder 22 Office Administration, Contact lists: other organizations, agencies, services, 1981-2000, n.d.
Box 5 Folder 23 Office Administration, Contact lists: public relations, n.d.
Box 5 Folder 24 Office Administration, Contact lists: real estate, n.d.
Box 5 Folder 25 Office Administration, Contact lists: surveys, n.d.
Box 5 Folder 26 Office Administration, Forms, letterhead, fax, et al, n.d.
Box 6 Folder 1 Office Administration, Mail intake log-in sheets, 1995, 1997
Box 6 Folder 2 Office Administration, Membership application forms, c. 1976, 2000, n.d.
Box 6 Folder 3 Office Administration, Office file system, n.d.
Box 6 Folder 4 Office Administration, Office supply list, 1993
Box 6 Folder 5 Office Administration, Procedures for vendors to Chicago Public Schools, 1998
Box 6 Folder 6 Office Administration, Protests and demonstrations guidelines, n.d.
Box 6 Folder 7 Office Administration, Scheduling, 1994
Box 6 Folder 8 Office Administration, Sign-in Sheets, general meetings, 1987-1990, n.d.
Box 6 Folder 9 Office Administration, Sign-in Sheets, staff meetings (?), 1993
Box 6 Folder 10 Office Administration, Sign-in Sheets, visitors, n.d.
Box 6 Folder 11 Office Administration, Sign-in Sheets, volunteers, 1988-1989
Box 6 Folder 12 Office Administration, Sign-in Sheets, “with attorney,” 1989, n.d.
Box 6 Folder 13 Office Administration, Staff meetings (agenda and notes), 1992-1993
Box 6 Folder 14 Office Administration, Personnel, Alexander, Simone, 2004-?
Box 6 Folder 15 Office Administration, Personnel, Jackson, Patricia, Autobiography, resume, c. 1994
Box 6 Folder 16 Office Administration, Personnel, Pellow, David M., 1995
Box 6 Folder 17 Office Administration, Personnel, Williams, Orrin D., 1995-1996
Box 6 Folder 18 Office Administration, Personnel, Job descriptions, n.d.
Box 6 Folder 19 Office Administration, Personnel, Resumes, A-L
Box 6 Folder 20 Office Administration, Personnel, Resumes, M-Z
Box 6 Folder 21 Financial, Accountants, Brewer-Smith, Ltd., c. 1990
Box 6 Folder 22 Financial, Accountants, Land and Company, 1996
Box 6 Folder 23 Financial, Accountants, Phillips and Associates, 1994
Box 6 Folder 24 Financial, Accountants, Savant Financial Services, Inc., 1994-1998
Box 6 Folder 25 Financial, Accountants, Ugwu Uche and Company, 1991-1993
Box 6 Folder 26 Financial, Audits (incl. Land & Co.), 1991, 1997
Box 6 Folder 27 Financial, Budget, Projections and reports, 1988-1993
Box 7 Folder 1 Financial, Budget, Projections and reports, 1994-1999
Box 7 Folder 2 Financial, Budget, Projections and reports, 2000-2005
Box 7 Folder 3 Financial, Fundraiser (Kathryn Beich, Inc.), 1994
Box 7 Folder 4 Financial, Illinois Department of Employment Security, 1989-2000
Box 7 Folder 5 Financial, Illinois Department of Revenue, 1990-2000
Box 7 Folder 6 Financial, Insurance policies, 1994-2005
Box 7 Folder 7 Financial, IRS federal taxes, 1987-1989
Box 7 Folder 8 Financial, IRS federal taxes, 1990
Box 7 Folder 9 Financial, IRS federal taxes, 1991
Box 7 Folder 10 Financial, IRS federal taxes, 1992
Box 7 Folder 11 Financial, IRS federal taxes, 1993
Box 7 Folder 12 Financial, IRS federal taxes, 1994
Box 7 Folder 13 Financial, IRS federal taxes, 1995-1997
Box 7 Folder 14 Financial, IRS federal taxes, 1998
Box 7 Folder 15 Financial, IRS federal taxes, 2000-2003
Box 7 Folder 16 Financial, Posting journals and check register, 1992-1996
Box 7 Folder 17 Financial, Pullman Bank Loan, 2001-2003

Series 5: PCR Programs

Box 8 Folder 1 After School Matters (ASM), Apprentice Manual, c. 2004-2005
Box 8 Folder 2 After School Matters (ASM), Apprentice stipend assistance loan agreements, 2005
Box 8 Folder 3 After School Matters (ASM), Apprenticeship applicant resumes, c. 2004-2006
Box 8 Folder 4 After School Matters (ASM), Apprenticeship interview materials, c. 2005
Box 8 Folder 5 After School Matters (ASM), Apprenticeship pre-apprenticeship awards (Target gift cards, 2005
Box 8 Folder 6 After School Matters (ASM), Apprenticeship rules of conduct and signed agreements, 2005
Box 8 Folder 7 After School Matters (ASM), Budget administration, expenditure ledger with receipts, c. 2004-2006
Box 8 Folder 8 After School Matters (ASM), Budget administration, invoices, 2005-2006
Box 8 Folder 9 After School Matters (ASM), Budget administration, voucher paperwork, 2005, n.d.
Box 8 Folder 10 After School Matters (ASM), Program, Culinary Arts, 2005
Box 8 Folder 11 After School Matters (ASM), Program, Environmental Careers Exploration, 2005-2006
Box 8 Folder 12 After School Matters (ASM), Program, Junior Master Gardening, c. 2005-2006
Box 8 Folder 13 After School Matters (ASM), Program, Junior Master Gardening resource materials, c. 2005
Box 8 Folder 14 After School Matters (ASM), Program, Junior Master Gardening student work, 2006
Box 9 Folder 1 After School Matters (ASM), Program, Power Lifting, 2005
Box 9 Folder 2 After School Matters (ASM), Program, Teaching through Gardening/Urban Agriculture, Farm Stand 2004
Box 9 Folder 3 After School Matters (ASM), Program, Teaching through Gardening/Urban Agriculture, Farm Stand 2005
Box 9 Folder 4 After School Matters (ASM), Program, Youth Worker Training, Child Care (“Babysitters, Basic Child Care”), 2005
Box 9 Folder 5 After School Matters (ASM), Program instructors’ time sheets, 2004-2006
Box 9 Folder 6 After School Matters (ASM), Program protocols, guidelines, content, forms, c. 2004-2005
Box 9 Folder 7 After School Matters (ASM), Program Staffing, Training, FAQs, 2005
Box 9 Folder 8 After School Matters (ASM), Requests for donations correspondence, 2004-2005
Box 9 Folder 9 After School Matters (ASM), Stipend paperwork, 2004-2005
Box 9 Folder 10 After School Matters (ASM), Youth Program Coordinator search, resumes, 2004-2005
Box 9 Folder 11 Americorps Vista, PCR volunteer, 2001-2004
Box 9 Folder 12 Asthma Emergency Mobile Unit/Patricia Jackson, 1994
Box 10 Folder 1 Carver Elementary School, Earth Day 1998 (see also R.E.A.L.)
Box 10 Folder 2 Carver High School and Military Academy Local School Council, 2005
Box 10 Folder 3 CHA Lead Poisoning Prevention Working Group/Children and Youth 2000, worker training 1997
Box 10 Folder 4 Chicago Manufacturing Campus Project, Ford Motor Company and Mayor’s Office of Workforce Development, c. 2002-2005
Box 10 Folder 5 Chicago Public Schools, Indoor Air Quality Program, n.d.
Box 10 Folder 6 CID Recycling and Disposal Facility, PCR service provision, 2003
Box 10 Folder 7 “City Hall Comes to Riverdale,” Community Forum, 1990
Box 10 Folder 8 Clean Harbors (waste decontamination), 1994
Box 10 Folder 9 Columbia College Chicago, marketing Communication Internship, 1992
Box 10 Folder 10 Community College Consortium for Health and Safety Training (CCCHST) 1990s
Box 10 Folder 11 Community Legal [Training] Program, 1992
Box 10 Folder 12 Credit Union, 1992-1994
Box 10 Folder 13 Disaster Training “No Where to Run, No Where to Hide When Disaster Comes,” Our Lady of the Gardens Family Center, 2005
Box 10 Folder 14 Earnfare 1991-1992
Box 10 Folder 15 Earnfare 1993
Box 10 Folder 16 Earnfare 1994
Box 10 Folder 17 Earnfare 1995-1996
Box 10 Folder 18 Earnfare 1997-1999, n.d.
Box 10 Folder 19 Environmental Community Outreach (ECO) Program, c. 1993
Box 10 Folder 20 Environmental Justice Workshop, 1994
Box 10 Folder 21 Environmental Law Institute, 1995-1996
Box 10 Folder 22 Ford Good Neighbor Committee/Project, 1990-1991
Box 11 Folder 1 Ford Good Neighbor Committee/Project, 1993-1994
Box 11 Folder 2 Ford Good Neighbor Committee/Project, 1995-1999, 2003-2004
Box 11 Folder 3 Ford Good Neighbor Committee/Project, clippings, 1991-1995
Box 11 Folder 4 Ford Good Neighbor Committee/Project, emission and facility reports on Ford Company Chicago, 1993
Box 11 Folder 5 Good Neighbor Agreements, 1996
Box 11 Folder 6 Health and Safety Project Team, c. 1995
Box 11 Folder 7 Health Clinic, Health and Medicine Policy Research Group, 1987
Box 11 Folder 8 Lake Calumet Airport Proposal, 1990-1991
Box 11 Folder 9 Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP, with CEDA), contract agreements 1992-2000
Box 11 Folder 10 Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP, with CEDA), evaluation and follow-up 1992, n.d.
Box 11 Folder 11 Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP, with CEDA), METTING AGENDA, 1999
Box 11 Folder 12 Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP, with CEDA), project memos, 1992-1995
Box 11 Folder 13 Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP, with CEDA), project vouchers, 1992-1997
Box 11 Folder 14 Minority Worker Training (MWT), curriculum materials and course outlines, 1996
Box 11 Folder 15 Minority Worker Training (MWT), curriculum materials (math and writing skills), n.d.
Box 11 Folder 16 Minority Worker Training (MWT), DePaul University Office of Applied Innovation correspondence, 1993-1995
Box 12 Folder 1 Minority Worker Training (MWT), DePaul University Office of Applied Innovation correspondence, 1996
Box 12 Folder 2 Minority Worker Training (MWT), DePaul University Office of Applied Innovation correspondence, 1997-1998
Box 12 Folder 3 Minority Worker Training (MWT), Forms for student and worker files, c. 1993-1998
Box 12 Folder 4 Minority Worker Training (MWT), FY1996 Progress Report
Box 12 Folder 5 HAZWOPER Skills training, 1995
Box 12 Folder 6 Minority Worker Training (MWT), Lead Worker Training Program renewal by Illinois Board of Public Health, 1996
Box 12 Folder 7 Minority Worker Training (MWT), Lists of graduating students and certifications, c. 1994-1996
Box 12 Folder 8 Minority Worker Training (MWT), Referrals of course graduates for employment, 1995
Box 12 Folder 9 9th Ward Aldermanic Candidates’ Forum, 2003
Box 12 Folder 10 9th Ward Aldermanic Office service requests, 1999
Box 12 Folder 11 9th Ward Organization activities, 1982-1989
Box 12 Folder 12 Northeast Illinois Food Security Needs Assessment, correspondence and meeting agenda, 2004-2005
Box 12 Folder 13 Northeast Illinois Food Security Needs Assessment, training materials, 2004
Box 12 Folder 14 Paxton Landfill Corporation lawsuit, 1989-1994
Box 13 Folder 1 PCR Programming plans c. 1990-2005
Box 13 Folder 2 PMC Specialties Inc., Sulfur trioxide emergency event response, 1997-2000
Box 13 Folder 3 Project New Beginnings, Loyola University, 1992
Box 13 Folder 4 Public meetings, Altgeld Gardens, c. 1996-1999
Box 13 Folder 5 Pure Food Campaign (Bovine Growth Hormone), 1994
Box 13 Folder 6 Residents Educated About Lead (R.E.A.L.), curriculum materials, 1997-1998
Box 13 Folder 7 Residents Educated About Lead (R.E.A.L.), curriculum Resident Educators Training Manual, c. 1998
Box 13 Folder 8 Residents Educated About Lead (R.E.A.L.), lead worker training, job placement, 1997
Box 13 Folder 9 Residents Educated About Lead (R.E.A.L.), lead prevention class sign-in, 1998
Box 13 Folder 10 Residents Educated About Lead (R.E.A.L.), Project administration materials, 1996-1997
Box 13 Folder 11 Residents Educated About Lead (R.E.A.L.), Project administration materials, 1998 January
Box 13 Folder 12 Residents Educated About Lead (R.E.A.L.), Project administration materials, 1998 February
Box 13 Folder 13 Residents Educated About Lead (R.E.A.L.), Project administration materials, 1998 March
Box 14 Folder 1 Residents Educated About Lead (R.E.A.L.), Project administration materials, 1998 April
Box 14 Folder 2 Residents Educated About Lead (R.E.A.L.), Project administration materials, 1998 May-December
Box 14 Folder 3 Residents Educated About Lead (R.E.A.L.), Project administration materials, project personnel and office forms, c. 1997-1998
Box 14 Folder 4 Residents Educated About Lead (R.E.A.L.), Project administration materials, project survey and report forms, c. 1997-1998
Box 14 Folder 5 Residents Educated About Lead (R.E.A.L.), Project administration materials, project funding issues (Children Youth 2000, CHA) 1998
Box 14 Folder 6 Residents Educated About Lead (R.E.A.L.), Project administration materials, recruitment materials, c. 1995-1998
Box 14 Folder 7 Residents Educated About Lead (R.E.A.L.), Project administration materials, staff meetings listed by date, 1998
Box 14 Folder 8 Riverdale Community meeting, n.d.
Box 14 Folder 9 Robbins Incinerator and Retail Rate Law, 1989-1994
Box 14 Folder 10 Solid Waste Anti-landfill Projects, c. 1986-1989, 1994
Box 14 Folder 11 Southeast Chicago Waste Alert Project, 1986
Box 14 Folder 12 Survey, Air Pollution Odor Logs (with Northwestern University), n.d.
Box 14 Folder 13 Survey, Altgeld Gardens Community Health (with University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health), 1992-1994
Box 14 Folder 14 Survey, Altgeld Gardens Defense Project, serious health problems (with Northwestern University), n.d.
Box 14 Folder 15 Survey, Altgeld Gardens Soil Contamination, 1990-1999
Box 14 Folder 16 Survey, Asbestos Exposure (with Chicago Youth Center at Altgeld), 1999
Box 14 Folder 17 Surveys, community health, c. 1992-1996
Box 14 Folder 18 Surveys, community health tabulations, c. 1992-1996
Box 14 Folder 19 Survey, Community recycling, c. 1995
Box 14 Folder 20 Survey, General Assessment of worker skills (by household), n.d.
Box 14 Folder 21 Toxic Tour, c. 1990-2001
Box 14 Folder 22 Training Centre for Occupational Safety and Health, classes and curriculum, 1997
Box 14 Folder 23 Transportation, Altgeld Gardens Rush Hour service, c. 2003
Box 14 Folder 24 University of Illinois School of Public Health, Environmental Health Policy, Practicum for PCR Interns, 1996
Box 15 Folder 1 University of Illinois Great Lakes Training Centre, 1997-1998
Box 15 Folder 2 Urban Environmental Initiative, 1995
Box 15 Folder 3 Waste Management, Inc., landfill protests, 1988-early 1990s
Box 15 Folder 4 Waste Management, Inc., San Diego District Attorney Report (of allegations of company violations), 1992
Box 15 Folder 5 Waste Management Task Force, 2003
Box 15 Folder 6 Waste Management/WMX Technologies Environmental Justice Symposium, 2003
Box 15 Folder 7 WE-CARE, Emergency Clothing donations, 1989-1990
Box 15 Folder 8 WE-CARE, Food Pantry, 1988-1991
Box 15 Folder 9 WE-CARE, Food Pantry, 2000, n.d.
Box 15 Folder 10 WE-CARE TEFAP Commodity Distribution, c. 1990
Box 15 Folder 11 Workshop, technical assistance for community organizing
Box 15 Folder 12 Youth basketball tournaments, 2001 and 2004

Series 6: Chicago Housing Authority

Box 16 Folder 1 CHA Board of Commissioners Meeting, January 21, 1992
Box 16 Folder 2 CHA Board of Commissioners Meeting, March 21, 2000
Box 16 Folder 3 CHA Board of Commissioners Meeting, April 16, 2002
Box 16 Folder 4 CHA Board of Commissioners Special Meeting, February 23, 1993
Box 16 Folder 5 CHA Board of Commissioners tenant lease revisions, 1991
Box 16 Folder 6 CHA Board of Commissioners award of contract memoranda, 1993
Box 16 Folder 7 CHA Advisory Committee meeting at Altgeld Gardens, 1999
Box 16 Folder 8 CHA Aging statement for Eden Green Homes, 1999
Box 16 Folder 9 CHA capital improvements for Altgeld-Murray Homes, 1998
Box 16 Folder 10 CHA Environmental Subcommittee of the Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Strategic Planning Committee, 1990
Box 16 Folder 11 CHA Environmental Unit, Altgeld-Murray Homes, phytoremediation proposal
Box 16 Folder 12 CHA Grant Proposal (Community Trust) waste recycling, 1991
Box 16 Folder 13 CHA Lead Hazards Notification Package, 1997
Box 16 Folder 14 CHA Eastlake Management Inc. (political forums, sports program), 2001-2003
Box 16 Folder 15 CHA payroll guidelines and Davis-Bacon wage standards for contractors, c. 1993
Box 16 Folder 16 CHA PCB Remediation at Altgeld Gardens schedule, 1996
Box 16 Folder 17 CHA Plan for Transformation, 1999-2006
Box 16 Folder 18 CHA Project KC-0001, repairs, installation, painting specifications, 2003
Box 16 Folder 19 CHA public relations material, flyers and handouts, c. 1990-2000s
Box 16 Folder 20 CHA purchasing and contracts information booklet, c. 1996
Box 16 Folder 21 CHA small business workshops, 2000
Box 17 Folder 1 CHA tenant complaints to PCR staff, 2001-2003
Box 17 Folder 2 CHA tenant complaints to [tenant services], c. 1989-2004
Box 17 Folder 3 CHA tenant policies and procedures, 1990s-2000s
Box 17 Folder 4 CHA tenant policy re pets, 1990s-2000s
Box 17 Folder 5 CHA tenant rights re lead abatement, Chicago Legal Clinic Law Program opinion, n.d.
Box 17 Folder 6 CHA Thanksgiving Basket giveaway, 2003
Box 17 Folder 7 CHA Working Group for Redevelopment, c. 1999 and 2004
Box 17 Folder 8 PCR apartment repair change orders, c. 1997
Box 17 Folder 9 PCR bid for RFP 96251CG, Lead Abatement Program, 1996-1997
Box 17 Folder 10 PCR bid for RFP 97054, Janitorial Services, 1997
Box 17 Folder 11 PCR bid for RFP 97115, Janitorial Services, 1998
Box 17 Folder 12 PCR bid for RFP97-10195, Lead Abatement (?), 1997
Box 18 Folder 1 PCR bid for RFP 97190, Vacancy Reduction Program, 1996-1998
Box 18 Folder 2 PCR bid to provide Vacancy Reduction program services to Dearborn Homes, 1998
Box 18 Folder 3 PCR bidding process concerns, 1997
Box 18 Folder 4 PCR office space at Altgeld Gardens, 1986-1987, 1993, n.d.
Box 18 Folder 5 PCR program ideas and proposals, 1985-1996
Box 18 Folder 6 PCR program invitations to CHA officials, 1991-2000
Box 18 Folder 7 PCR response to CHA Draft Plan Year 6 for CHA Transformation 2004
Box 18 Folder 8 Pre-proposal Conference (related to RFP 97-8940), c. 1997
Box 18 Folder 9 Pre-proposal Conference (related to lead-based paint testing), c. 1997-1998
Box 18 Folder 10 Project C.H.A.N.C.E. (Centers for New Horizons), n.d.
Box 18 Folder 11 Resident Owned Business Organization (ROBO) with Lending Initiative for Tenants (LIFT), 1997-2000
Box 18 Folder 12 Resident to Resident “Tenant to Tenant” (lead poisoning prevention & education program), Bid #97100
Box 18 Folder 13 Resident to Resident (lead poisoning prevention & education program), Bid #99048, 99062
Box 18 Folder 14 Resident to Resident (lead poisoning prevention & education program), proposals & correspondence, 1994-2000
Box 19 Folder 1 HUD Altgeld Alternative (Direct Sale) Housing, c. 1995-2000
Box 19 Folder 2 HUD Community of Learners Initiative (COL), 1995, n.d.
Box 19 Folder 3 HUD Connecting with Communities: User’s Guide to HUD Programs and 1999 SuperNOFA Process, 1999
Box 19 Folder 4 HUD Fair Housing: Equal Opportunity for All (brochure), 2002
Box 19 Folder 5 HUD Guidelines for the Evaluation and Control of Lead-based Paint Hazards in Housing, c. 1993-1994
Box 19 Folder 6 HUD Lead-based Paint Warning, n.d. (pre 1978)
Box 19 Folder 7 HUD Lead Hazard Reduction Initiative, 1995
Box 19 Folder 8 HUD Mortgage Counseling Program, n.d.
Box 19 Folder 9 HUD Prevailing Wage Requirements and Information, 1997-1998
Box 19 Folder 10 HUD Quality Housing and Work Responsibility Act of 1998 (QHWRA) multifamily housing admission and occupancy provisions, c. 2000
Box 19 Folder 11 HUD Regional office staff, n.d.
Box 19 Folder 12 HUD Section 8 Housing Voucher Program (on npo flyer), c. 2000-2003
Box 19 Folder 13 HUD Youthbuild Program Manual material, n.d.
Box 19 Folder 14 Altgeld Gardens Local Advisory Council (LAC), 1989-2004
Box 19 Folder 15 Altgeld Public Awareness Group (APAG), 1999
Box 19 Folder 16 Altgeld Public Awareness Group (APAG), 2000
Box 19 Folder 17 Altgeld Public Awareness Group (APAG), 2001-2004, n.d.
Box 19 Folder 18 Altgeld Public Awareness Group (APAG), petitions for LAC president’s removal, 1999
Box 19 Folder 19 Altgeld Public Awareness Group (APAG), secretary’s minutes and agendas, 1999-2000
Box 19 Folder 20 Altgeld Public Awareness Group (APAG), secretary’s notes and drafts, 1999-2001

Series 7: EPA

Box 20 Folder 1 Advisory Team, EPA Transition, 2001
Box 20 Folder 2 Alliance for a Superfund Action Partnership, 1994
Box 20 Folder 3 Brownfields Case Studies, Revival of Contaminated Industrial Sites, Northeast-Midwest Institute, 1992
Box 20 Folder 4 Brownfields Forum, Official materials (1 of 3), 1994
Box 20 Folder 5 Brownfields Forum, Official materials (2 of 3), 1994
Box 20 Folder 6 Brownfields Forum, Official materials (3 of 3), 1994
Box 20 Folder 7 Brownfields Forum, Official materials, 1995
Box 20 Folder 8 Brownfields Forum, 1993-1994
Box 20 Folder 9 Brownfields Forum, January 1995
Box 20 Folder 10 Brownfields Forum, February 1995
Box 21 Folder 1 Brownfields Forum, March 1995
Box 21 Folder 2 Brownfields Forum, April-December 1995
Box 21 Folder 3 Brownfields Forum, 1996-1999
Box 21 Folder 4 Brownfields Project Case Studies, 1994
Box 21 Folder 5 Calumet Harbor Region Environmental Remediation Training and Job Creation program, n.d. (draft)
Box 21 Folder 6 Carver-Wheatley Outdoor Laboratory Proposals 1995
Box 21 Folder 7 Chicago Blue Bag Protest, sample letter, n.d.
Box 21 Folder 8 Chicago, City of, Environmental Justice Bill and Amendments to Title 11 Chapter 4 Chicago Municipal Code, c. 2002
Box 21 Folder 9 Chicago, City of, Superfund Cleanup Policies, 1989
Box 21 Folder 10 Chicago Cumulative Risk Initiative, 1997-1998
Box 21 Folder 11 Common Sense Initiative (CSI) Council, 1988
Box 21 Folder 12 Common Sense Initiative (CSI) Council and workgroups, 1994-1995
Box 22 Folder 1 Common Sense Initiative (CSI) Council meeting program, 1995
Box 22 Folder 2 Common Sense Initiative (CSI) Council and workgroup, 1996
Box 22 Folder 3 Common Sense Initiative (CSI) Council and workgroups, 1997
Box 22 Folder 4 Common Sense Initiative (CSI) 1998
Box 22 Folder 5 Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ), 1981-1992
Box 22 Folder 6 Environment Day at the White House, 1996
Box 22 Folder 7 Environmental Council of States (ECOS), 1998
Box 22 Folder 8 Environmental Justice and Transportation ad hoc Advisory Group, 1998
Box 22 Folder 9 Environmental Justice Coalition, 1997
Box 22 Folder 10 Environmental Justice, federal departments draft strategies, 1993-1995
Box 22 Folder 11 Environmental Justice program, industrial outreach and training, 2004
Box 22 Folder 12 Environmental legislative “box score” by Wildlife Federation, 1996
Box 22 Folder 13 EPA Center for Environmental Information, outreach discussion group proceedings, 1997
Box 23 Folder 1 EPA Chicago Community Pesticide Conference, 1990
Box 23 Folder 2 EPA court cases (Illinois Appellate, U.S. District) c 1990-1999
Box 23 Folder 3 EPA lead-based paint reduction requirements, 1994
Box 23 Folder 4 EPA PCR-initiated queries correspondence, 1990-1999
Box 23 Folder 5 EPA press releases, public announcements, staff notifications, 1992-1995
Box 23 Folder 6 EPA press releases, public announcements, staff notifications, 1996-1999
Box 23 Folder 7 EPA publication “Alternative Control Techniques document–Industrial Cleaning Solvents,” 1994
Box 23 Folder 8 EPA publication “Asbestos National Emission, Standard, c. 1997
Box 23 Folder 9 EPA publication [Auto Spray Painting: Improvements and Alternatives], 1993 (excerpt only)
Box 23 Folder 10 EPA publication “Automobile Assembly Plant Spray Booth Cleaning Emission Reduction Technology Review,” 1994 (see also Ford Chicago plant)
Box 23 Folder 11 EPA publications – brochures, 1989-1997
Box 23 Folder 12 EPA publication “Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990: A Guide for Small Businesses,” 1992
Box 24 Folder 1 EPA publication “Climate Change Action Plan,” 1993
Box 24 Folder 2 EPA publication “Common Sense Initiative,” 1997-1998
Box 24 Folder 3 EPA publication “Drinking Water Standard Setting Question and Answer Primer,” 1994
Box 24 Folder 4 EPA publication Environmental Hot Line Directory, 1988
Box 24 Folder 5 EPA publication “Environmental Justice Strategy for Executive Order 12898,” 1995 (draft)
Box 24 Folder 6 EPA publication “EPA Model Asbestos Abatement Worker and Contractor/Supervisor’s Manual,” n.d.
Box 24 Folder 7 EPA publication “Interim Revised EPA Supplemental Environmental Projects Policy,” 1995
Box 24 Folder 8 EPA publication “Liquid Assets . . . Importance of Clean Water to Nation’s Economy,” 1996
Box 24 Folder 9 EPA publications, management, 1997, 2000
Box 24 Folder 10 EPA publication Past and Future: A Decade of Stakeholder Advice, National Advisory Council for Environmental Policy and Technology (NACEPT), 1999
Box 24 Folder 11 EPA publication “School Recycling Programs: A Handbook for Educators,” 1990
Box 25 Folder 1 EPA publication1987-1993 Toxics Release Inventory Data (U.S. Manufacturers), 1995
Box 25 Folder 2 EPA publication1994 Toxics Release Inventory Public Data Release, 1996
Box 25 Folder 3 EPA publication 1995 Toxics Release Inventory Public Data Release, 1997
Box 25 Folder 4 EPA publication 1995 Toxics Release Inventory Public Data Release, (state factsheets), 1997
Box 26 Folder 1 EPA publication 1996 Toxics Release Inventory Public Data Release, 1998
Box 26 Folder 2 EPA publication Plain English Guide to the Clean Air Act, 1993
Box 26 Folder 3 EPA publication Tool Box Guide: Residential Lead Paint Abatement, 1994
Box 26 Folder 4 EPA Region 5 Black Supervisory Support Group, 1994
Box 26 Folder 5 EPA Region 5 Roundtable on Combustion and Waste Minimization, 1994
Box 26 Folder 6 EPA Region 5 Stakeholders meeting (environmental groups, business/industry, local government) 1996
Box 26 Folder 7 EPA-related PCR working groups, meetings and memos, 1993-1996
Box 26 Folder 8 EPA Supplemental Environmental Project (SEP) Policy on Settlements Enforcement, 1995, 1999
Box 26 Folder 9 Illinois, environmental legislation activity 1996
Box 26 Folder 10 Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA), 1988-1997
Box 26 Folder 11 Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA), Clean Air Act Permit to Ford Motor Company, 2000
Box 26 Folder 12 Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA), FOIA “units of Local Government” receiving IEPA Grants, 1994-1996
Box 26 Folder 13 Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA), Hazardous Waste Management Permit Modification, Safety-Kleen Corp., 2001
Box 26 Folder 14 Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA), Publications 1988-1999
Box 27 Folder 1 Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA), Report “Companies that Generate Hazardous Waste and Ship It Offsite,” 1987
Box 27 Folder 2 Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA), Report “Project Summary for Proposed Issuance of Air Pollution Control Construction Permit to Robbins Resource Recovery Company,” 1990
Box 27 Folder 3 Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA), Report “The Southeast Chicago Study: An Assessment of Environmental Pollution and Public Health Impacts,” 1986
Box 27 Folder 4 Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA), Rules and Regulations for Illinois Pollution Control Board and IEPA (Waste Disposal), 1987
Box 27 Folder 5 Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA), Rules and Regulations for Illinois Pollution Control Board (Air Pollution), 1988
Box 27 Folder 6 Illinois Pollution Control Board (incl. proposed Title 35 Amendments), 1993-1995
Box 27 Folder 7 Just Transition Alliance (Consortium), 1997-2000
Box 27 Folder 8 Midwest Environmental Justice Conference (Symposium), 1995
Box 28 Folder 1 National Black Environmental and Economic Justice Coordinating Committee, 2000
Box 28 Folder 2 National Center for Environmental Research and Quality Assurance, Environmental Justice Partnership for Communication (RFA), 1999
Box 28 Folder 3 National Environmental Justice Advisory Council (NEJAC), January-June 1994
Box 28 Folder 4 National Environmental Justice Advisory Council (NEJAC), July-December 1994
Box 28 Folder 5 National Environmental Justice Advisory Council (NEJAC), 1995
Box 28 Folder 6 National Environmental Justice Advisory Council (NEJAC), January-June 1996
Box 28 Folder 7 National Environmental Justice Advisory Council (NEJAC), July-December 1996
Box 28 Folder 8 National Environmental Justice Advisory Council (NEJAC), 1997-1999, n.d.
Box 28 Folder 9 National Environmental Justice Advisory Council (NEJAC), Integrated Federal Interagency Environmental Justice Action Agenda, 2000
Box 29 Folder 1 National Environmental Justice Advisory Council (NEJAC), Organizational Handbook, 2000
Box 29 Folder 2 National Environmental Justice Advisory Council (NEJAC), Report “Environmental Justice, Urban Revitalization, and Brownfields,” 1996 (draft)
Box 29 Folder 3 President of the U.S. Executive Orders (Environmental Justice), 1994
Box 29 Folder 4 President’s Council on Sustainable Development, 1994-1995
Box 29 Folder 5 Project XL Initiative, 1995-1996
Box 29 Folder 6 Risk Assessment (HR 4306) amendment, 1994
Box 29 Folder 7 Southeast Chicago environmental groups, c. 1990
Box 29 Folder 8 Superfund activity notes, meeting, n.d.
Box 29 Folder 9 Superfund Reauthorization Hearing Book (testimony), 1997
Box 29 Folder 10 Superfund Evaluation Committee, National Advisory Committee on Environmental Policy and Technology (NACEPT), June-August, 1993
Box 29 Folder 11 Superfund Evaluation Committee, National Advisory Committee on Environmental Policy and Technology (NACEPT), September 1993
Box 29 Folder 12 Superfund Evaluation Committee, National Advisory Committee on Environmental Policy and Technology (NACEPT), October-December 1993
Box 29 Folder 13 Superfund subcommittees (relocation), 1994-1997
Box 30 Folder 1 Title I (1980) Community Participation and Human Health, proposed amendments, 1994
Box 30 Folder 2 Title VI, administrative complaint summaries, 1995
Box 30 Folder 3 Title VI, Environmental Justice legislation, c. 1999
Box 30 Folder 4 Title VI, Nondiscrimination legislation, n.d.
Box 30 Folder 5 Title X, Housing Bill (conference agreement on lead-based paint hazard), 1992
Box 30 Folder 6 U.S. Department of Justice, Environmental Justice, 1995
Box 31 Folder 1 Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR), general, 1990-1992
Box 31 Folder 2 Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR), general, 1993
Box 31 Folder 3 Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR), general, 1994
Box 31 Folder 4 Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR), general, 1995-1998, n.d.
Box 31 Folder 5 Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR), Southeast Chicago Work Plan, 1997 (draft)
Box 31 Folder 6 Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR), Southeast Chicago petitioned public health assessment status report, 1993
Box 31 Folder 7 Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR),, Southeast Chicago P.P.H.A. Final Report, 1998
Box 31 Folder 8 Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR), Report “Superfund: Public Health Assessments Incomplete and of Questionable Value,” 1991
Box 31 Folder 9 Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR), Toxicological Profiles Fact Sheets A-Z, 1993-1995

Series 8: Other Organizations

Box 32 Folder 1 Access Center (Catholic Charities of Chicago), c. 1986
Box 32 Folder 2 African American Trade and Development Institute, 1993
Box 32 Folder 3 African-American Women for Change, 1992
Box 32 Folder 4 Altgeld United Presbyterian Church, 2003
Box 32 Folder 5 American Cancer Society, 1988
Box 32 Folder 6 American Community Garden Association, 1994
Box 32 Folder 7 American Diabetes Association, 1989
Box 32 Folder 8 American Heart Association, 1990
Box 32 Folder 9 American Lung Association, 1994-2005
Box 32 Folder 10 Animal Legal Defense Fund, 2000
Box 32 Folder 11 Anti-Crime Anti-Drug Coalition, 1989
Box 32 Folder 12 Bethel New Life, 1989
Box 32 Folder 13 Building Bridges (between unions and religious groups), 2001
Box 32 Folder 14 Business and Professional People for the Public Interest, 1992, 1994
Box 32 Folder 15 Calumet Area Industrial Commission (CAIC), 1995, 2004
Box 32 Folder 16 Calumet Community Consortium (CCC), 1994-1999
Box 32 Folder 17 Calumet Ecological Park Association, 1995
Box 32 Folder 18 Calumet Prairie Restoration, 1993
Box 32 Folder 19 Calumet Cluster Organization, 1999-2001
Box 32 Folder 20 Campaign for Better Health Care, 1991-1993
Box 32 Folder 21 Campaign for Better Health Care, 1994-1997
Box 32 Folder 22 Campaign to Build Illinois Transit, 2003
Box 32 Folder 23 Center for Community Change, 1993
Box 32 Folder 24 Center for Enterprise Development, (recycling center study), 1987
Box 32 Folder 25 Center for Neighborhood Technology, 1991-1996
Box 32 Folder 26 Center for Policy Alternatives, 1994
Box 32 Folder 27 Center for Respect of Life and the Environment, 1999
Box 32 Folder 28 Center for Risk Management, 1995
Box 32 Folder 29 Chicago Alliance for Neighborhood Safety, with Community Policing Task Force), 1992-1994
Box 32 Folder 30 Chicago Area Dislocated and Disabled Workers Association, 1998
Box 32 Folder 31 Chicago Area Transportation Study, c. 1994
Box 32 Folder 32 Chicago Association of Neighborhood Development Organizations, (CANDO), 1988-1999
Box 32 Folder 33 Chicago Coalition Against Violence Initiative, 1994
Box 32 Folder 34 Chicago Community Loan Fund, c. 2003
Box 32 Folder 35 Chicago Heart Association, 1988
Box 33 Folder 1 Chicago Legal Clinic, Inc., 1991-1995. see also South Chicago Legal Clinic
Box 33 Folder 2 Chicago Public Schools, c. 2005
Box 33 Folder 3 Chicago Recycling Coalition, 1988-1990
Box 33 Folder 4 Chicago Recycling Coalition, 1991-1993
Box 33 Folder 5 Chicago Recycling Coalition, 1994
Box 33 Folder 6 Chicago Recycling Coalition, 1995
Box 33 Folder 7 Chicago Recycling Coalition, 1996-1999
Box 33 Folder 8 Chicago Rehab Network, c. 2000s
Box 33 Folder 9 Chicago Roseland Coalition for Community Control (CRCCC), 1990
Box 33 Folder 10 Chicago State University, 1992-1995
Box 33 Folder 11 Citizen Action, 1992
Box 33 Folder 12 Citizens Against Lake Calumet Airport, c. 1991
Box 33 Folder 13 Citizen’s Clearinghouse for Hazardous Wastes, 1986-1991
Box 34 Folder 1 Citizens Coal Council (Colorado), 1992-1994
Box 34 Folder 2 Citizens for a Better Environment, 1988-1999
Box 34 Folder 3 Citizens for Alternatives to Chemical Contamination (CACC, Michigan), 1994
Box 34 Folder 4 Citizens Information Service of Illinois, 1980, 1996
Box 34 Folder 5 Citizens United to Reclaim the Environment (CURE), 1988, 1993
Box 34 Folder 6 Clarence Darrow Community Center, 1990
Box 34 Folder 7 Clean Air Network (Washington, DC), c. 1994
Box 34 Folder 8 Clearinghouse on Waste and Toxic Substances (Washington, DC), n.d.
Box 34 Folder 9 Coalition for Appropriate Waste Disposal (CAWD), 1988
Box 34 Folder 10 Coalition of Black Trade Unions (CARAT and ICMTI programs (2001-2004)
Box 34 Folder 11 Communities Concerned About Corporations (Michigan), 1994
Box 34 Folder 12 Community Association Institute Research Foundation (CAI-RF), 1994
Box 34 Folder 13 Community Based Recycling Alliance (COBRA), 1992
Box 34 Folder 14 Community Building Task Force, Donor’s Forum, 2001
Box 34 Folder 15 Community Economic Development Law Project, 1997-1998
Box 34 Folder 16 Community Policing Task Force (Chicago Alliance for Neighborhood Safety), 1994
Box 34 Folder 17 Community Renewal Society, 1990
Box 34 Folder 18 Community Rights Assemblies, n.d.
Box 34 Folder 19 Community Workshop on Economic Development, 1994-1996
Box 34 Folder 20 Congressional Black Caucus, 1993-1994
Box 34 Folder 21 Conscious Choice, Journal of Ecology and Natural Living, 1994
Box 34 Folder 22 CO-OP America, 1994
Box 34 Folder 23 Corporate Environmental Data Clearinghouse, c. 1994
Box 34 Folder 24 Cosmopolitan Chamber of Commerce, 1998
Box 34 Folder 25 CPAs for the Public Interest, 2000
Box 34 Folder 26 Cuba Coalition, 1996
Box 34 Folder 27 Culture in Action, c. 1993
Box 34 Folder 28 Dearborn Institute (Illinois Medical Waste Accord), 1995
Box 34 Folder 29 Deep South Center for Environmental Justice (DSCEJ), c. 1994
Box 34 Folder 30 Developing Communities Project (DCP), 1988-1990
Box 34 Folder 31 Earth Care Paper, Inc., n.d.
Box 34 Folder 32 Earth Day (Chicago), 1990-1999
Box 34 Folder 33 Ecology Center (Michigan), 1995
Box 35 Folder 1 EcoNet (Michigan), 1996
Box 35 Folder 2 ECO-RAP (California), 1992
Box 35 Folder 3 Environmental Careers Organization (Massachusetts), c. 1992-1994
Box 35 Folder 4 Environmental Defense Fund, 1994-1995
Box 35 Folder 5 Environmental Health Network (Louisiana), 1991-1993
Box 35 Folder 6 Environmental Rescue Fund (California), 1993
Box 35 Folder 7 Environmental Support Center, Great Lakes Community Project, 1994-1996
Box 35 Folder 8 First Nonprofit Companies, 1994
Box 35 Folder 9 Freshwater Foundation (Minnesota), 1992-1994
Box 35 Folder 10 Friends of the Chicago River, 1993-1994
Box 35 Folder 11 Friends of the Parks (Chicago), 1990
Box 35 Folder 12 Global Forum (Conference), 1994
Box 35 Folder 13 God’s Gang, c. 2004
Box 35 Folder 14 Grand Cal Task Force, 1993-1995
Box 35 Folder 15 Great Lakes Bioregional Congress, 1993-1994
Box 35 Folder 16 Great Lakes United, 1994
Box 35 Folder 17 Greater Roseland [Health] District, Asthma Initiative, 1996
Box 35 Folder 18 Green Energy Collaboration, n.d.
Box 35 Folder 19 Greenpeace, 1988-1995, n.d.
Box 35 Folder 20 Harlem Environmental Impact Project, Inc., 1993
Box 35 Folder 21 Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations (Harvard University), Building Movement In(to) the Nonprofit Sector Project, 2001
Box 35 Folder 22 Hazel Crest Proper Neighborhood Organization, 1990
Box 35 Folder 23 Highlander Research and Education Center, 1994
Box 35 Folder 24 Human Action Community Organization (HACO), 1992
Box 36 Folder 1 Illinois Capital Development Board, 1997
Box 36 Folder 2 Illinois Citizens for Responsible Practices, 1996
Box 36 Folder 3 Illinois Environmental Education Fund, 1992
Box 36 Folder 4 Illinois Public Action, 1994
Box 36 Folder 5 Illinois Public Interest Research Group, 1992, 1996
Box 36 Folder 6 Illinois Stewardship Alliance (ISA), Safer Pest Control Project (SPCP), 1996
Box 36 Folder 7 Indigenous Environmental Network (Minnesota), 1992-1995
Box 36 Folder 8 Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (Minnesota), 1995
Box 36 Folder 9 Institute for Conservation Leadership (Washington, DC), 1990-1992
Box 36 Folder 10 Institute for Local Self-Reliance (Washington, DC), 1987, 2004
Box 36 Folder 11 Institute of Transformative Theology (Virginia), 1994
Box 36 Folder 12 International Human Rights Law Group, 2000
Box 36 Folder 13 International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, 1996
Box 36 Folder 14 Jewish Council on Urban Affairs, 1989
Box 36 Folder 15 Labor/Community Strategy Center (California), 2000
Box 36 Folder 16 Lake Calumet Study Committee, 1993-1997
Box 36 Folder 17 Lake Michigan Federation, 1994-2004
Box 36 Folder 18 Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, 1993-1996
Box 36 Folder 19 Lead Elimination Action Drive (LEAD), 1988-1996
Box 36 Folder 20 Local Independent Charities, 1992-1994
Box 36 Folder 21 Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), 1992-1999, n.d.
Box 36 Folder 22 Loyola University, Policy Research Action Group (PRAG), 1999
Box 36 Folder 23 Manufacturing Workforce Development Project, 2003
Box 36 Folder 24 Metropolitan Tenants Organization, 1988-2004
Box 36 Folder 25 Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago, 1990
Box 36 Folder 26 Midwest People of Color Environmental Alliance, 1992-1993
Box 36 Folder 27 Mothers Organized to Stop Environmental Sins (M.O.S.E.S., Texas), 1994
Box 36 Folder 28 N.A.M.E. Gallery (“The Nature of Things”), 1990
Box 36 Folder 29 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP); 1994-1996
Box 36 Folder 30 National Association of Professional Environmental Communicators (NAPEC), 1994
Box 36 Folder 31 National Campaign Against Toxic Hazards, n.d.
Box 36 Folder 32 National Council of Churches of Christ in the U.S.A., 1993
Box 36 Folder 33 National EMR (Electro Magnetic Radiation), 1994
Box 36 Folder 34 National Environmental Law Center, 1993
Box 36 Folder 35 National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), minority worker training conference, 1995
Box 36 Folder 36 National Jewish Center for Immunology and Respiratory Medicine, 1994
Box 36 Folder 37 National Low Income Housing Coalition (with Cornell sites), 2003
Box 36 Folder 38 National Training and Information Center, 1996
Box 37 Folder 1 National Wildlife Federation, 1993-1996
Box 37 Folder 2 National Resources Defense Council, 1994-1995
Box 37 Folder 3 Nature Conservancy, The, 1994
Box 37 Folder 4 N D Black Productions Company, n.d.
Box 37 Folder 5 Neighborhood Capital Budget Group, 1994, n.d.
Box 37 Folder 6 NOMSG (acronym only), 1994
Box 37 Folder 7 Northeastern Illinois University (Edible Environs Project and Workplace Literacy), 2005, n.d.
Box 37 Folder 8 OMB Watch, RTK NET, 1991-1992
Box 37 Folder 9 Open Lands Project, 1989-1991
Box 37 Folder 10 Parents Against Lead, 1994
Box 37 Folder 11 People Against Hazardous Landfills, Inc., n.d.
Box 37 Folder 12 People Organized in Defense of Earth and Its Resources (Texas), n.d.
Box 37 Folder 13 People’s Earth Day, 1993-1994
Box 37 Folder 14 People’s Forum (New York), 1992
Box 37 Folder 15 Pollution Prevention Network (Massachusetts), 1992-1993
Box 37 Folder 16 Prison Action Committee, 1994
Box 37 Folder 17 ProChoice Resource Center (New York), 2000, n.d.
Box 37 Folder 18 Project Earth Bloom, Inc., 1991
Box 37 Folder 19 Project South, 2000
Box 37 Folder 20 Public Allies, 1995
Box 37 Folder 21 Reach Project (Chicago), 1994
Box 37 Folder 22 Regional Housing Study and Action Group (RHSAG), 1998
Box 37 Folder 23 Reinsurance Association of America (Superfund Alternatives), 1994
Box 37 Folder 24 Residents Against a Polluted Environment, c. 1993
Box 37 Folder 25 Resist, 1992
Box 37 Folder 26 Resource Center (Altgeld/Murray Chicago Youth Center), 1998
Box 37 Folder 27 Resource Renewal Institute (California), n.d.
Box 37 Folder 28 Riverdale Redevelopment Corporation (ad hoc committee), 1999
Box 37 Folder 29 Rose Garden Community Service, Inc., 2000
Box 37 Folder 30 Roseland Community Hospital, 1993
Box 37 Folder 31 Rural Coalition (Washington, DC) 1996
Box 37 Folder 32 St. James Occupational and Environmental Health Center, 1996
Box 37 Folder 33 Save the Dunes Council (Indiana), 1996
Box 37 Folder 34 Servicio, Desarrollo, y Paz (Service, Development, and Peace; Mexico), 1993
Box 37 Folder 35 7th Congressional District Office (Danny K. Davis), 2004
Box 37 Folder 36 Sierra Club, 1991-1999
Box 37 Folder 37 Small Contractor’s Network, Inc., c. 2000
Box 37 Folder 38 South Chicago Legal Clinic, Inc., 1990-1991 see also Chicago Legal Clinic
Box 37 Folder 39 Southeast Chicago Community Task Force on the Environment and Solid Waste Disposal, 1988-2004
Box 38 Folder 1 Southeast Chicago Development Commission, 1988-n.d.
Box 38 Folder 2 Southeast Chicago Environmental Initiative (also Southeast Side Environmental Initiative, Southeast Chicago Urban Environmental Initiative), 1990-1995
Box 38 Folder 3 Southeast Environmental Task Force, 1999
Box 38 Folder 4 Southern Organizing Committee, 1994-1995
Box 38 Folder 5 Southwest Organizing Project (New Mexico), 2002
Box 38 Folder 6 Student Environmental Action Coalition, 1994
Box 38 Folder 7 Support Center of Chicago, 1994
Box 38 Folder 8 Target Earth International, 2000
Box 38 Folder 9 United Church of Christ Commission for Racial Justice, 1996
Box 38 Folder 10 United Church of Altgeld Gardens (Presbyterian), 1993-1994
Box 38 Folder 11 United Nations-U.S. Network for Fourth World Conference on Women and Beyond, 1994
Box 38 Folder 12 Unity House, 1993
Box 38 Folder 13 Upward Bound Program (Altgeld-Murray Homes), 1992
Box 38 Folder 14 Urban Leadership Program (University of Illinois Cooperative Extension Service), 1993-1995
Box 38 Folder 15 Western Organization of Research Councils, 1992
Box 38 Folder 16 Women’s Issues Network Foundation, 1994
Box 38 Folder 17 Women United for a Better Chicago, 1991
Box 38 Folder 18 Woodstock Institute, 1996-2003
Box 38 Folder 19 Working Group on Community-Right –to-Know, 1993-1995
Box 38 Folder 20 Zero-G Enterprises, c. 1996

Series 9: Grants

Box 39 Folder 1 General, grant funding resources, 1992-1993, n.d.
Box 39 Folder 2 General, grantee reports (grantor not identified), 1991-1994
Box 39 Folder 3 General, grantee reports (grantor not identified), 1995- June, 2000
Box 39 Folder 4 General, grantee reports (grantor not identified), July, 2000-September, 2001, n.d.
Box 39 Folder 5 General, grantor lists, 1900-2005, n.d.
Box 39 Folder 6 General, PCR proposals, grantor not identified, 1986-1987
Box 39 Folder 7 General, PCR proposals, grantor not identified, 1990-1995
Box 39 Folder 8 General, PCR proposals, grantor not identified, 1996-1999
Box 39 Folder 9 General, PCR proposals, incomplete, n.d.
Box 39 Folder 10 Funders, EPA, grant announcements, 1994-1996, 1999
Box 39 Folder 11 Funders, EPA, grant announcements, Environmental Justice, 2001-2006
Box 39 Folder 12 Funders, EPA, grant announcements, Sustainable Development Challenge, 1997
Box 39 Folder 13 Funders, EPA, grant application Asthma Education and Management; Reduction in Home Triggers (Environmental Education), 1998, 2002
Box 39 Folder 14 Funders, EPA, grant application, "Brownfield News: A Brownfields Early Warning System . . . for Southeast Chicago," 2001 (draft)
Box 39 Folder 15 Funders, EPA Grant Application, Brownfields Economic Redevelopment Initiative Proposal, 1995
Box 39 Folder 16 Funders, EPA Grant Application, Chicago State University, Business Management and Contractor Training in the Environmental Services Industry, 1996
Box 39 Folder 17 Funders, EPA Grant Application, Great Lakes Center for Occupational and Environmental Safety and Health, Worker Training, 1997
Box 40 Folder 1 Funders, EPA Grant Application, Strategic Partnership in Pollution Prevention, 1997-1999
Box 40 Folder 2 Funders, EPA Grant Application, Training Lead-based Paint Abatement Workers and Promoting Economic Improvement in Southeast Chicago, 1994
Box 40 Folder 3 Funders, EPA Grant Application #CUP-072, Community-University Partnership, Chicago State University and Argonne National Laboratory, 1995-1996
Box 40 Folder 4 Funders, EPA Grant Application, Environmental Justice, Collaborative Problem-solving grant program #66-306, 2003-2004
Box 40 Folder 5 Funders, EPA Grant Application #83155101, Environmental Justice Collaborative Problem-Solving, Industrial Park, 2004
Box 40 Folder 6 Funders, EPA Grant Application, Environmental Justice Revitalization Project with Interagency Working Group on Environmental Justice IWG), 2002
Box 40 Folder 7 Funders, EPA Grant Application #EQ983218.01, Midwest-Great Lakes Environmental, 1996
Box 40 Folder 8 Funders, EPA Grant Application,#EQ985020-01, Educational Intervention and Lead Hazard Reduction for Inner City Residents, with Sustainable Community Economic Development, 1995-1996
Box 40 Folder 9 Funders, EPA Grant Application #EQ985020-01, Educational Intervention and Lead Hazard Reduction for Inner-city Residents with Sustainable Community Economic Development, 2000, n.d.
Box 40 Folder 10 Funders, EPA Grant Application #EQ98-5080-01, F.A.T.E. ("Fighting Against a Toxic Environment") Newsletter, 1994-2000
Box 40 Folder 11 Funders, EPA Grant Application #EQ985218-01, Environmental Justice Summit [Healthy and Sustainable Communities], 1995-2000
Box 41 Folder 1 Funders, EPA Grant Application #EQ985374-01, Feasibility Study of Vacant Public School Building in Altgeld-Murray Housing Development for Environmental Training Institute, 1995-1996
Box 41 Folder 2 Funders, EPA Grant Application #EQ985374-01, Feasibility Study of Vacant Public School Building in Altgeld-Murray Housing Development, Proposed Environmental Justice Center, 1996-1997
Box 41 Folder 3 Funders, EPA Grant Application #EQ985374-01, Feasibility Study of Vacant Public School Building in Altgeld-Murray Housing Development for Environmental Training Institute, 1997-1998
Box 41 Folder 4 Funders, EPA Grant Application #EQ985374-01, Feasibility Study of Vacant Public School Building in Altgeld-Murray Housing Development for Environmental Center, 1999-2000
Box 41 Folder 5 Funders, EPA Grant Application #EQ995577-01, [Environmental Equity Lead Cooperative . . . ], 1994-1996
Box 41 Folder 6 Funders, EPA informational material, c. 1995-1998, 2002
Box 41 Folder 7 Funders, EPA, PCR proposals, incomplete, c. 1996
Box 41 Folder 8 Funders, EPA, Minority Health Coalition of LaPorte County IN, 1996-1997
Box 41 Folder 9 Funders, EPA, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), Altgeld Gardens Project, Environmental Justice--Partnerships for Communication, 1995-1999
Box 41 Folder 10 Funders, EPA, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), DePaul University Worker Health and Safety Training, 1995-1996
Box 41 Folder 11 Funders, EPA, Department of Health and Human Services, c. 1993
Box 41 Folder 12 Funders, EPA, Department of Housing and Urban Development, Community Outreach Partnership, CERC; Grant Application, Chicago State University, 1997-2000
Box 42 Folder 1 Funders, Abelard Foundation, n.d.
Box 42 Folder 2 Funders, Access Center, 1989
Box 42 Folder 3 Funders, After School Matters, Teaching through Gardening, 2004
Box 42 Folder 4 Funders, After School Matters, Teaching through Gardening, 2005
Box 42 Folder 5 Funders, After School Matters, Teaching through Gardening, 2006-2007
Box 42 Folder 6 Funders, Alton/Bannerman Fellowship Program, 2003
Box 42 Folder 7 Funders, American Foundation Association, Inc., 1991
Box 42 Folder 8 Funders, AMOCO, c. 1989, 1998-1999
Box 42 Folder 9 Funders, Anheuser-Bush, Inc., 1990
Box 42 Folder 10 Funders, AON, 1991
Box 42 Folder 11 Funders, Apple Computer, Inc., 1992
Box 42 Folder 12 Funders, Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation, 1993
Box 42 Folder 13 Funders, Francis Beidler Charitable Trust, 1991-1992
Box 42 Folder 14 Funders, Beldon Fund, 1995
Box 42 Folder 15 Funders, Ben and Jerry's Foundation, 1992-2004
Box 42 Folder 16 Funders, William Bingham Foundation, 1991
Box 42 Folder 17 Funders, Black Church Environmental and Economic Justice Network Fund, n.d.
Box 42 Folder 18 Funders, Blowitz-Ridgeway Foundation, 1998
Box 42 Folder 19 Funders, Helen Brach Foundation, 1998-2001
Box 42 Folder 20 Funders, Campaign for Human Development, 1987-1988, 1996`
Box 42 Folder 21 Funders, Annie E, Casey Foundation (Jobs Initiative), 1995-1996
Box 42 Folder 22 Funders, Center for the Future of Children (Packard Foundation), 1998
Box 42 Folder 23 Funders, Channel 50 Foundation (WPWR-TV), 1991; 1997-2001
Box 42 Folder 24 Funders, Channel 50 Foundation (WPWR-TV), supporting material, c. 1998
Box 43 Folder 1 Funders, Chicago Capacity-Building Initiative, 1998
Box 43 Folder 2 Funders, Chicago Community Trust, 1992-1993
Box 43 Folder 3 Funders, Chicago Cumulative Risk Initiative, 1998
Box 43 Folder 4 Funders, Chicago Tribune Foundation, 1987-1989
Box 43 Folder 5 Funders, Chicago Tribune Foundation, 1990-1992
Box 43 Folder 6 Funders, Chicago Tribune Foundation, 1993-1994
Box 43 Folder 7 Funders, Citizens Clearinghouse for Hazardous Waste, 1991-1997
Box 43 Folder 8 Funders, City of Chicago Lead Safe Homes Initiative, 1998
Box 43 Folder 9 Funders, City of Chicago, Recycling, 1988-1999
Box 43 Folder 10 Funders, Columbia Foundation (California), 1988-1989
Box 43 Folder 11 Funders, Community Associations Institute Research Foundation, 1994
Box 43 Folder 12 Funders, Community Partnership for Social Change, Hampshire College, 2003
Box 43 Folder 13 Funders, Community Renewal Society, 1990-1992
Box 43 Folder 14 Funders, Conservation and Research Foundation, 1992
Box 44 Folder 1 Funders, Corporate Management Assistance Program, 1986-1988
Box 44 Folder 2 Funders, Cottonwood Foundation, 2002
Box 44 Folder 3 Funders, Crossroads Fund, 1986-1989
Box 44 Folder 4 Funders, Crossroads Fund, 1990-1999
Box 44 Folder 5 Funders, Crossroads Fund, 2000-2001
Box 44 Folder 6 Funders, Arie and Ida Crown Memorial, 2000
Box 44 Folder 7 Funders, Nathan Cummings Foundation, 1992
Box 44 Folder 8 Funders, Nathan Cummings Foundation, 1994-1996
Box 44 Folder 9 Funders, Nathan Cummings Foundation, 1998
Box 44 Folder 10 Funders, DeKalb Genetics Foundation, 1990
Box 44 Folder 11 Funders, Deer Creek Foundation, 1993
Box 44 Folder 12 Funders, Dick Family Foundation, 1990
Box 44 Folder 13 Funders, Discount Foundation, 1988-1990
Box 44 Folder 14 Funders, Elliott and Ann Donnelley Foundation, 1991
Box 44 Folder 15 Funders, William H. Donner Foundation, 1992
Box 44 Folder 16 Funders, Dunspaugh-Dalton Foundation, Inc., 1993
Box 44 Folder 17 Funders, Ecology Center (Michigan), 1995
Box 44 Folder 18 Funders, Education Foundation of America, 1992-1995
Box 44 Folder 19 Funders, Eisenhower Exchange Fellowships, c. 1991
Box 44 Folder 20 Funders, Environmental Fund of Illinois, 1992-1995
Box 44 Folder 21 Funders, Environmental Fund of Illinois, 1996-1997
Box 45 Folder 1 Funders, Environmental Support Center, 1992-1993
Box 45 Folder 2 Funders, Environmental Support Center, 1994-1999
Box 45 Folder 3 Funders, Environmental Support Center, 2000
Box 45 Folder 4 Funders, Environmental Support Center, 2001
Box 45 Folder 5 Funders, Environmental Support Center, 2002-2003
Box 45 Folder 6 Funders, Evergreen Bank, 1992
Box 45 Folder 7 Funders-Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago, 1994
Box 45 Folder 8 Funders, Fel-Pro/Mecklenburger Foundation, 1989
Box 45 Folder 9 Funders, Field Foundation of Illinois, Inc., 1989-1990
Box 45 Folder 10 Funders, Field Foundation of Illinois, Inc., 1991-1992
Box 45 Folder 11 Funders, Field Foundation of Illinois, Inc., 1993-1996
Box 45 Folder 12 Funders, Field Foundation of Illinois, Inc., 2000-2003
Box 45 Folder 13 Funders, Ford Foundation, 1988-1991
Box 46 Folder 1 Funders, Lloyd A. Fry Foundation, [n.d.]
Box 46 Folder 2 Funders, Girl's Best Friend Foundation, 1996
Box 46 Folder 3 Funders, Give to the Earth Foundation, 1995
Box 46 Folder 4 Funders, Golden Rule Foundation, 1992-1993
Box 46 Folder 5 Funders, Golden Rule Foundation, 1994
Box 46 Folder 6 Funders, Golden Rule Foundation, 1995-1998
Box 46 Folder 7 Funders, Herman Goldman Foundation, 1993
Box 46 Folder 8 Funders, Goldman Environmental Foundation, 1993
Box 46 Folder 9 Funders, Grand Victoria Foundation, 2000
Box 46 Folder 10 Funders, Great Lakes Protection Fund, 1991, 1996
Box 46 Folder 11 Funders, George Gund Foundation, 1989
Box 46 Folder 12 Funders, Harder Foundation, 1989
Box 46 Folder 13 Funders, Harris Trust and Savings Bank, 1991-1992
Box 46 Folder 14 Funders, Harris Trust and Savings Bank, 1993
Box 46 Folder 15 Funders, Harris Trust and Savings Bank, 1994-1995
Box 46 Folder 16 Funders, Hartmarx Charitable Foundation, 1992
Box 46 Folder 17 Funders, Hazen Foundation, 1995
Box 46 Folder 18 Funders, Heritage Pullman Bank, 1992
Box 46 Folder 19 Funders, Harold K. Hochschild Foundation, 1993
Box 46 Folder 20 Funders, Horizons Unlimited Foundation, 1991-1994
Box 46 Folder 21 Funders, Human Resources Development Institute, Inc., 1987
Box 47 Folder 1 Funders, Illinois Bell, 1991-1992
Box 47 Folder 2 Funders, Illinois Bell, 1993-1994
Box 47 Folder 3 Funders, Illinois Department of Energy and Natural Resources, 1994
Box 47 Folder 4 Funders, Johnson Foundation, Wingspread Conference, 1993
Box 47 Folder 5 Funders, Joint Foundation Support, Inc., 1988-1989
Box 47 Folder 6 Funders, Alton Jones Foundation, 1995
Box 47 Folder 7 Funders, Joyce Foundation, 1986-1992
Box 47 Folder 8 Funders, Joyce Foundation, 1993
Box 47 Folder 9 Funders, Joyce Foundation, 1994
Box 47 Folder 10 Funders, Joyce Foundation, 1995
Box 47 Folder 11 Funders, Joyce Foundation, 1996-1997, 2001
Box 48 Folder 1 Funders, Mayer and Morris Kaplan Family Foundation, 2000-2003
Box 48 Folder 2 Funders, W.K.Kellogg Foundation (Institute of Water Research), 1991
Box 48 Folder 3 Funders, John F. Kennedy Health Care Foundation, Inc., 1991
Box 48 Folder 4 Funders, Frank G. King, 1992-1993
Box 48 Folder 5 Funders, Esther A. and Joseph Klingenstein Fund, 1998
Box 48 Folder 6 Funders, [Leadership for Primary Health], Environmental Resource Center, with Chicago State University Neighborhood Assistance Center, 1991-1992
Box 48 Folder 7 Funders, Leadership for Quality Education, 1989
Box 48 Folder 8 Funders, Sara Lee Foundation, c. 1988-1992
Box 48 Folder 9 Funders, Sara Lee Foundation, 1993-1994
Box 48 Folder 10 Funders, Sara Lee Foundation, 1995-1998
Box 48 Folder 11 Funders, Sara Lee Foundation, 2000
Box 48 Folder 12 Funders, Local Initiatives Support Corporation, 1991
Box 48 Folder 13 Funders, Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod (LCMS) and Lutheran Volunteer Corps, 1994-1997
Box 49 Folder 1 Funders, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, 1986-1993
Box 49 Folder 2 Funders, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, 1994-1998, n.d.
Box 49 Folder 3 Funders, Maine Community Foundation, Inc., 1993
Box 49 Folder 4 Funders, Martin Foundation, 1998
Box 49 Folder 5 Funders, McCormick Tribune Foundation, 1992-1996
Box 49 Folder 6 Funders, McGraw Foundation, n.d.
Box 49 Folder 7 Funders, McIntosh Foundation, 1993-1998
Box 49 Folder 8 Funders, Monroe Foundation, 1992
Box 49 Folder 9 Funders, Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, 1989-1995
Box 49 Folder 10 Funders, Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, 1996
Box 49 Folder 11 Funders, Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, 1997-2004
Box 49 Folder 12 Funders, Ruth Mott Foundation, 1998
Box 49 Folder 13 Funders, Curtis and Edith Munson Foundation, Inc., 1992
Box 50 Folder 1 Funders, National Geographic Society Education Fund, 1993
Box 50 Folder 2 Funders, National Renewal Fund (India), 2006
Box 50 Folder 3 Funders, Needmore Fund, 1991-1998
Box 50 Folder 4 Funders, New Land Foundation, 2003
Box 50 Folder 5 Funders, New Prospect Foundation, c. 1988
Box 50 Folder 6 Funders, Nonprofit Financial Assistance Center, 1988
Box 50 Folder 7 Funders, Norman Foundation, 2001
Box 50 Folder 8 Funders, North Shore Unitarian Universalist Veatch Program, 1991
Box 50 Folder 9 Funders, Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation, n.d.
Box 50 Folder 10 Funders, Nutrasweet Company, 1992
Box 50 Folder 11 Funders, Oshun Fund, 1991
Box 50 Folder 12 Funders, Amelia Peabody Charitable Fund, 1991
Box 50 Folder 13 Funders, James C. Penney Foundation, Inc.,, n.d.
Box 50 Folder 14 Funders, Pepsi-Cola General Bottlers, Inc., 1990
Box 50 Folder 15 Funders, Pew Charitable Trust, 1993-1995
Box 50 Folder 16 Funders, Playboy Enterprises, Inc., 1989
Box 50 Folder 17 Funders, Polk Brothers Foundation, c. 1995
Box 50 Folder 18 Funders, Presbyterian Church U.S.A., c. 1994
Box 50 Folder 19 Funders, Prince Charitable Trusts, 1989-1991
Box 50 Folder 20 Funders, Prince Charitable Trusts, 1993
Box 50 Folder 21 Funders, Prince Charitable Trusts, 1994-1995
Box 50 Folder 22 Funders, Proctor and Gamble Fund, 1993
Box 50 Folder 23 Funders, Public Allies, 1993
Box 50 Folder 24 Funders, Public Welfare Foundation, 1993-1997
Box 50 Folder 25 Funders, Public Welfare Foundation, 1998-2002
Box 51 Folder 1 Funders, Recreational Equipment, Inc., 1993
Box 51 Folder 2 Funders, Resist, 1992-1993
Box 51 Folder 3` Funders, Resist, 1993
Box 51 Folder 4 Funders, Resist, 1994-1995
Box 51 Folder 5 Funders, Resource Renewal Institute, 1995
Box 51 Folder 6 Funders, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, 1995
Box 51 Folder 7 Funders, Rockefeller Family Fund, 1991-1993, 2001-2003
Box 51 Folder 8 Funders, Rockefeller Financial Services, Philanthropy Office, 1995
Box 51 Folder 9 Funders, Rockwood Fund, Inc., 2003
Box 51 Folder 10 Funders, Salvation Army, 2003
Box 51 Folder 11 Funders, -Scherman Foundation, Inc., 1993
Box 51 Folder 12 Funders, Arch W. Shaw Foundation, 1990
Box 51 Folder 13 Funders, Solow Foundation, 2003
Box 51 Folder 14 Funders, South Chicago Legal Clinic Environmental Law Program, n.d.
Box 51 Folder 15 Funders, Philip M. Stern Family Fund, 1991
Box 51 Folder 16 Funders, W. Clement and Jessie V. Stone Foundation, 1987
Box 51 Folder 17 Funders, Strong Foundation, 1991-1993
Box 51 Folder 18 Funders, Summerlee Foundation, 1993
Box 51 Folder 19 Funders, Threshhold (San Francisco, CA), 1991-1993
Box 51 Folder 20 Funders, Threshhold (San Francisco, CA), 1994-1995
Box 52 Folder 1 Funders, Tides Foundation, 2002
Box 52 Folder 2 Funders, Ted Turner Foundation, 1995
Box 52 Folder 3 Funders, Unitarian Universalist Veatch Program at Shelter Rock, 1995, 2000
Box 52 Folder 4 Funders, United Way, 2003
Box 52 Folder 5 Funders, Urban Resource Partnership Program, University of Illinois, 1994
Box 52 Folder 6 Funders, Walgreen Company, 2001
Box 52 Folder 7 Funders, Waste Management, CID Recycling and Disposal, 1998
Box 52 Folder 8 Funders, Frank Weeden Foundation, 1991
Box 52 Folder 9 Funders, Wieboldt Foundation, c. 1990-2000
Box 52 Folder 10 Funders, Woods Charitable Fund, Inc., 1988-1994
Box 52 Folder 11 Funders, Woods Fund of Chicago, 1994-2004

Series 10: Conferences

Box 53 Folder 1 Building Collaborative Models to Achieve Environmental Justice Forum, 2001
Box 53 Folder 2 Chicago Town Hall Meeting on UN Habitat II, 1996
Box 53 Folder 3 Community Food Security Coalition BLAST Initiative, 2004
Box 53 Folder 4 Detroit's First Environmental Justice Gathering, 1994
Box 53 Folder 5 Environmental Careers Leadership, c. 1996
Box 53 Folder 6 Environmental Justice: The Merging of Civil Rights and Environmental Activism, St. John's University School of Law, 1994
Box 53 Folder 7 Environmental Ministries in the Church in the 21st Century, National Council of Churches, 1999
Box 53 Folder 8 First Environmental Conference, "Making a Difference on Environmental Issues in Minority Communities," 1992
Box 53 Folder 9 First National People of Color Environmental Leadership Summit, Washington, DC, 1991
Box 53 Folder 10 Midwest /Great Lakes Environmental Justice Summit, 1996
Box 53 Folder 11 National Black Leadership Initiative on Cancer, 1988
Box 53 Folder 12 North American Association for Environmental Education 23rd Annual Conference, 1994
Box 54 Folder 1 Preventing Child Exposure to Environmental Hazards, 1994
Box 54 Folder 2 Preventing Pollution in Your Community, Kennedy-King College, 1991
Box 54 Folder 3 Rad Fest Midwest Social Forum 2005
Box 54 Folder 4 Restoring Urban Waters: Friends of Trashed Rivers, Coalition to Restore Urban Waters, 1993
Box 54 Folder 5 2nd National People of Color Environmental Leadership Summit, 2002
Box 54 Folder 6 Symposium on Health Research and Needs to Insure Environmental Justice, 1994
Box 54 Folder 7 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), Official Programs in Rio de Janeiro, 1992
Box 54 Folder 8 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), Grassroots Peoples Forum, 1992
Box 54 Folder 9 United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II), 1996
Box 54 Folder 10 Youth Environmental Summit, Inc., 1993

Series 11: Subject Research Files

Box 55 Folder 1 Article, "Effect of Racial and Socioeconomic Factors on Asthma Mortality in Chicago," by David Marder, Paul Targonski, Peter Orris, Victor Persky, Whitney Addington, 1992 (excerpts only)
Box 55 Folder 2 Article, "QuartsWatch: A Used Motor Oil Recovery Environmental Education Project," by Mark J. Bouman with Moses Ifeajekwu, 1995
Box 55 Folder 3 Article, "Pursuing 'Environmental Justice': The Distributional Effects of Environmental Protection, by Richard J. Lazarus, 1993
Box 55 Folder 4 Bibliography, Environmental Issues, c.1976-2000
Box 55 Folder 5 Bibliography, Pollution Prevention Resources [for Southeast Chicago], c. 1996
Box 55 Folder 6 Book, Confronting Environmental Racism: Voices from the Grassroots. Robert D. Bullard, ed., 1993
Box 55 Folder 7 Book, Jut Transportation: Dismantling Race and Class Barriers to Mobility. Robert D. Bullard and Glenn S. Johnson, eds., 1997
Box 55 Folder 8 Clippings, Chicago Environmental Issues
Box 55 Folder 9 Clippings, General Environmental Issues
Box 55 Folder 10 Counter Media Briefing, "The War on the Poor in Public Housing," Internet material, 2002
Box 55 Folder 11 Government publications, Chicago Area Transportation Study (Part I), 1994
Box 56 Folder 1 Government publications, Chicago Area Transportation Study (Part II), 1994
Box 56 Folder 2 Government publications, Chicago Board of Health Lead Poisoning Screening by Neighborhood, 1985-1987
Box 56 Folder 3 Government publications, City of Chicago home health and safety material, 1986-1997, n.d.
Box 56 Folder 4 Government publications, City of Chicago procurement, employment and training, contract compliance materials, 1900-2000 (1 of 2)
Box 56 Folder 5 Government publications, City of Chicago procurement, employment and training, contract compliance materials, 1900-2000 (2of 2)
Box 56 Folder 6 Government publications, Illinois Department of Commerce and Community Affairs materials, c. 1986-1990
Box 56 Folder 7 Government publications, Illinois Departments of Public Health and Public Aid materials, 1989-1994, n.d.
Box 56 Folder 8 Government publications, Illinois Guide to Lobbyist Registration and Reporting, c. 1994
Box 56 Folder 9 Government publications, Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission information on Calumet City (from census data), 1990
Box 56 Folder 10 Government publications, U.S. President's Council on Sustainable Development and Community Empowerment Board material, c. 1994-1999
Box 57 Folder 1 Government publications, U.S. government (legislative, health, transportation, presidential), c. 1985-1999
Box 57 Folder 2 Guide, An Advocate's Field Guide to Protecting Lake Michigan, Lake Michigan Federation, 2000
Box 57 Folder 3 Guide, Chicago Community Toxic Chemical Handbook, Gary Prichard and Keith Hartley, 1990
Box 57 Folder 4 Guide, Chicago Community Toxic Chemical Handbook, Gary Prichard and Keith Hartley, 1990 (draft)
Box 57 Folder 5 Guide, A Citizen's Guide to Promoting Toxic Waste Reduction, Lauren Kenworthy and Eric Schaeffer, 1990
Box 57 Folder 6 Guide, Citizen's Toxic Waste Audit Manual, Ben Gordon and Peter Montague, 1990
Box 57 Folder 7 Guide, Cooperative Education Practicum Resource Book, University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health, 1991
Box 58 Folder 1 Guide, Earth Force Community Action and Problem Solving, 1998
Box 58 Folder 2 Guide, Hazardous Materials Workbook for Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers International Union, by Labor Institute, 1992
Box 58 Folder 3 Guide, [no title] Youth employment program ideas and examples, c. 1977
Box 58 Folder 4 Proceedings, Transportation and Economic Development in Illinois, Third Annual Board of Governors Universities, 1990
Box 58 Folder 5 Report, Canadian Automotive Manufacturing Pollution Prevention Project (MVMA), 1994
Box 58 Folder 6 Report, Chrysler Corporation Reports on Environmental Programs, c. 1994
Box 58 Folder 7 Report, Cleaning Up the Nuclear Weapons Complex: Does Anybody Care? Katherine N. Probst and Adam I. Lowe, 2000
Box 58 Folder 8 Report, Council of Great Lakes Governors Blueprint for Brownfield Redevelopment, 1998
Box 58 Folder 9 Report, Environmental Job Training for Inner City Youth, Cuyahoga Community College, 1995
Box 59 Folder 1 Report, For Rent: Housing Options in the Chicago Region, Metropolitan Planning Council, prepared by University of Illinois at Chicago, 1999
Box 59 Folder 2 Report, General Motors: A Report on the Company's Environmental Policies and Practices, 1992
Box 59 Folder 3 Report, Inconclusive by Design: Waste, Fraud and Abuse in Federal Environmental Health Research, Dick Russell, Sanford Lewis, Brian Keating, 1992
Box 59 Folder 4 Report, "Ohio Prevention First," case study excerpts, c. 1994
Box 59 Folder 5 Report, Report on waste water pollutants SE Chicago, by students from Environmental Biology Class (summer program), c. 1990s
Box 59 Folder 6 Report, Pollution Prevention Progress Report, Michigan Pollution Control Agency, 1992
Box 59 Folder 7 Report, Public Housing in the Public Interest: Chicago Housing Authority Transportation Plan Update, October 2000. Metropolitan Planning Council, 2000
Box 59 Folder 8 Report, Public Participation in Environmental Decisionmaking, American Bar Association, 1994
Box 59 Folder 9 Report, "Real People" in TV Commercials, R.A. Bremer, 1988
Box 59 Folder 10 Report, So Much Promise, So Little Progress: An Evaluation of the State of Michigan Auto Industry Great Lakes Pollution Prevention Initiative, 1993
Box 59 Folder 11 Report, United States Steel Group Fact Sheets, risk assessment, 1995-1996
Box 59 Folder 12 Report, Waterways for Our Future: Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Wastewater Treatment and the Chicago River, Friends of the Chicago River, 2000
Box 59 Folder 13 Report, [untitled]Toxic air releases in Chicago by company name, with photo analysis of Sherman Williams Co., c. 1992
Box 59 Folder 14 Report, [untitled] Waste treatment procedures, Canadian automotive industry plants, c. 1993 (excerpt)
Box 59 Folder 15 Report, Inform Strategies for a Better Environment, 1992-1993, n.d.
Box 59 Folder 16 Resource materials, African American History
Box 59 Folder 17 Resources materials, Asthma
Box 60 Folder 1 Resource materials, Circulatory system
Box 60 Folder 2 Resource materials, English curriculum
Box 60 Folder 3 Resource materials, Environmental careers
Box 60 Folder 4 Resource materials, Environmental humor
Box 60 Folder 5 Resource materials, Environmental justice
Box 60 Folder 6 Resource materials, Environmental pollution
Box 60 Folder 7 Resource materials, management skills
Box 60 Folder 8 Resource materials, math and science careers
Box 60 Folder 9 Resource materials, natural feminine products
Box 60 Folder 10 Resource materials, nutrition
Box 61 Folder 1 Resource materials, religion
Box 61 Folder 2 Resource materials, science
Box 61 Folder 3 Resource materials, toxic waste (effects on health)
Box 61 Folder 4 Resource materials, violence initiative and genetic research issue
Box 61 Folder 5 Serial, The Agribusiness Examiner, September-October 1994
Box 61 Folder 6 Serial, American Political Network (internet), c. 1996
Box 61 Folder 7 Serial, Chicago Enterprise, October 1990
Box 61 Folder 8 Serial, Community Development Digest, 1995
Box 61 Folder 9 Serial, Comparative Risk Bulletin, 1995
Box 61 Folder 10 Serial, Conscious Choice, 1994
Box 61 Folder 11 Serial, Development Dialogue, 1992
Box 61 Folder 12 Serial, Disclosure, 1995
Box 61 Folder 13 Serial, Everyone's Backyard, 2000
Box 61 Folder 14 Serial, Grassroots Fundraising Journal, 2000
Box 61 Folder 15 Serial, Hazardous Substances and Public Health, 1993, 1996
Box 61 Folder 16 Serial, InfoAction, 1992
Box 61 Folder 17 Serial, The NeighborWorks, 1997
Box 61 Folder 18 Serial, New Plays, 1994
Box 61 Folder 19 Serial, Online (RTK NET, Newsletter), 1991
Box 61 Folder 20 Serial, Planners Network, 1995
Box 61 Folder 21 Serial, Profiles in Environmental Health, 1991 (partial copy)
Box 61 Folder 22 Serial, Science for Democratic Action, 2001
Box 61 Folder 23 Serial, Transportation Equity (Environmental Justice Resource Center, Clark Atlanta University), 2001
Box 61 Folder 24 Serial, Working for the Environment, WorldWatch Paper 152,, 2000
Box 61 Folder 25 Serial, Working Notes on Community Right-to-Know, 1992
See Box 63 for oversized serials

Series 12: Photographs

Box 62 01 Hazel Johnson with group at “Earth Summit,” United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), Rio de Janeiro and New York City. 1992
Box 62 02 Hazel Johnson with group at “Earth Summit,” United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), Rio de Janeiro and New York City. 1992
Box 62 03 Hazel Johnson, pictured on poster, “Chicago Garbage” exhibit at Chicago Children's Museum, 1992
Box 62 04 Hazel Johnson (center), at Tampax “Women of Action” Environmental award Ceremony, Washington, DC, 1993
Box 62 05 Hazel Johnson (center), at Presidential award ceremony honoring PCR along with 99 other environmental organizations, White House, 1996
Box 62 06 Hazel Johnson (left), Cheryl Johnson (right), at Conference of Black Mayors, St. Louis MO, 1997
Box 62 07 Hazel Johnson, speaking to interviewer (not identified), n.d.
Box 62 08 Hazel Johnson, n.d.
Box 62 09 Not yet identified
Box 62 10 Not yet identified
Box 62 11 Jason William Johnson, 11 months old, n.d.
Box 62 12 Not yet identified
Box 62 13 Not yet identified
Box 62 14 Not yet identified
Box 62 15 Vacant public high school building “C,” Altgeld Gardens, c. 1995
Box 62 16 Vacant public high school building “C,” Altgeld Gardens, c. 1995
Box 62 17 Vacant public high school building “C,” Altgeld Gardens, c. 1995
Box 62 18 Phyllis Wheatley Child Parent Center, Altgeld Gardens, c. 1995
Box 62 19 Hazel Johnson receiving award, with President and Mrs. George W. Bush, White House, Washington, DC, n.d.
Box 62 20 Hazel Johnson with Vice President (?) Albert Gore, White House, Washington, DC, n.d.
Box 62 21 Hazel Johnson (right), n.d.
Box 62 22 Hazel Johnson, n.d.
Box 62 23 Sarah “Big Time Sarah” Streeter, autographed portrait, n.d.
Box 62 24 Hazel Johnson (seated), Chicago Senior Citizens Hall of Fame Awards, 2001
Box 62 25 Hazel Johnson, Mayor Richard J. Daley, Chicago Senior Citizens Hall of Fame Awards, 2001
Box 62 26 “Workers awash in lead waste,” news article attached to REAL Project flyer markup, c. 1998
Box 62 27 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, students working indoors, 2004
Box 62 28 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, students working indoors, 2004
Box 62 29 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, students working indoors, 2004
Box 62 30 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, students working indoors, 2004
Box 62 31 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, students working indoors, 2004
Box 62 32 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, students working indoors, 2004
Box 62 33 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, students in garden, Altgeld Gardens, 2004
Box 62 34 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, students in garden, Altgeld Gardens, 2004
Box 62 35 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, students in garden, Altgeld Gardens, 2004
Box 62 36 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, students in garden, Altgeld Gardens, 2004
Box 62 37 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, students in garden, Altgeld Gardens, 2004
Box 62 38 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, students in garden, Altgeld Gardens, 2004
Box 62 39 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, students in garden, Altgeld Gardens, 2004
Box 62 40 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, students in garden, Altgeld Gardens, 2004
Box 62 41 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, students in garden, Altgeld Gardens, 2004
Box 62 42 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, students in garden, Altgeld Gardens, 2004
Box 62 43 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, Farmer's Market, Altgeld Gardens, 2004
Box 62 44 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, Farmer's Market, Altgeld Gardens, 2004
Box 62 45 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, Farmer's Market, Altgeld Gardens, 2004
Box 62 46 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, students in cooking class, c. 2004
Box 62 47 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, students in cooking class, c. 2004
Box 62 48 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, students in cooking class, c. 2004
Box 62 49 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, garden, Altgeld Gardens, c. 2004
Box 62 50 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, garden, Altgeld Gardens, c. 2004
Box 62 51 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, exhibit display with students, c. 2004
Box 62 52 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, exhibit display with students, c. 2004
Box 62 53 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, exhibit display with students, c. 2004
Box 62 54 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, puppet show for school children, c. 2004
Box 62 55 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, puppet show for school children, c. 2004
Box 62 56 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, students in garden, Altgeld Gardens, c. 2004. (digital print, 4 different images)
Box 62 57 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, students in garden, Altgeld Gardens, c. 2004. (digital print, 4 different images)
Box 62 58 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, students in garden, Altgeld Gardens, c. 2004. (digital print, 4 different images)
Box 62 59 After School Matters – PCR youth environmental training program, students in garden, Altgeld Gardens, c. 2004. (contact sheet, with film negatives)
Box 62 60 PCR Education and training program, EPA grant for lead hazard reduction, 1996-1997
Box 62 61 PCR Education and training program, EPA grant for lead hazard reduction, 1996-1997
Box 62 62 PCR Education and training program, EPA grant for lead hazard reduction, 1996-1997
Box 62 63 View of volcano (Mt. Osorrio), Chile, occasion not known, 1993

Series 13: Memorabilia (with oversized)

Box 63 Folder 1 Serial (oversized), Calumet Heritage, Calumet Heritage Partnership, Riverdale, IL, 2004
Box 63 Folder 2 Serial (oversized), Jornal do Brasil, June 1992
Box 63 Folder 3 Business cards, name tags, n.d.
Box 63 Folder 4 Collection envelopes, Hazel Johnson, St. Mary's and Assumption parishes, 1996, n.d.
Box 63 Folder 5 Desk calendar with notes, PCR office, 1994
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