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James Forman was an organizer, writer and activist. As Executive Secretary for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, which sought to register disengranchised black voters in the Deep South, Forman raised money, made speeches, and dispatched…

Airtel from FBI Director to Special Agent in Charge, New York regarding surveillance of James Forman.

Memorandum from Special Agent in Charge (SAC), New York to the Director of the FBI. Indicates James Forman as part of the Rabble Rouser Index, the FBI file used to target persons for its CONINTELPRO operation. Update to mailing address.

Letter from J. Edgar Hoover to the U.S. Secret Service regarding James Rufus Forman.

Memorandum regarding James Forman from the SAC (Special Agent in Charge), New York to the Director of the FBI. Details an observation of James Forman in New York City in March of 1968.

Copy of Bound Thesis by James R. Forman: An Examination of the Question of Self-Determination and its Application to the African-American People.

Image of cover of James Forman's book, Self-Determination: An Examination of the Question and its Application to the African-American People.

Selection from James Forman Library. Image of hardcover copy of Sammy Young, Jr.: The First Black College Student to Die in the Black Liberation Movement by James Forman.

Younge was a formal Naval officer turned student at the Tuskegee…

Flyer announcing James Forman's candidacy for Democratic Party Representative of Precinct 35 in Ward 1, Washington, D.C.

Draft Regarding James Forman's Meeting with the Turkish Consul General to the United States, 1980
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