Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
The Carolyn "Blondie" Labouisse papers include correspondence, newspaper clippings, election materials, and documents relating to the various committies and organizations with which Carolyn Labouisse was involved. This collection focuses on the politics and government of New Orleans and Louisiana from 1964 to 1993.
The collection contains press kits, speeches, correspondence and emails, video newscasts, photographs, newspaper and magazine articles, meeting agendas and minutes of meetings, contact lists, sound recordings from radio interviews, calendars and notes, signs, buttons and bumper stickers, the original petitions for the levee legislation, as well as a printout of the entire website.
This collection spans from the early 1950s to the mid 1990s. Most of the material consists of correspondence from Lansing to personal friends and acquaintances. Much of the correspondence is related to her work with abortion activism. The collection also includes a number of articles written by Lansing, as well as speeches and other materials related to her work as an activist.
This collection consists of administrative documents, correspondence, financial records, and publicity materials related to the advocacy efforts of the Louisiana Coalition for Reproductive Freedom. The collection documents the organization's work to engage Pro-Choice activists and encourage them to reach out to the Louisiana legislature and educate the community on abortion legislation and women's health.