|Title: Carol Jones Papers|
|Creator: Jones, Carol|
|Extent: 2.0 boxes (1.5 linear feet and 18 megabytes)|
|Collection Number: RBRL/350|
|Repository: Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies|
|Abstract: Carol Jones is an advocacy specialist at the Shepherd Center in Atlanta and a long-time participant in the disability rights movement. Her papers include documents and memorabilia related to many advocacy issues and organizations, including ADAPT and the Long Road Home March and Rally.|
Carol Jones is an advocacy specialist at the Shepherd Center in Atlanta and a long-time participant in the disability rights movement. She has worked as an attendant in the field, as a volunteer for multiple organizations, and participated in a number of important disabilities rights protests and actions. Carol Jones has been an active member of the disabilities advocacy community in Georgia for over thirty years and has documented important aspects of community advocacy.
The Carol Jones Papers contain correspondence, organization materials, reports, newsletters, ephemera, and artifacts. The materials document her work with the national disability rights organization, ADAPT, her involvement with the Long Road Home March and Rally, and other advocacy groups and events. Materials date from 1987 to 2013.
The Carol Jones papers are arranged into two series: Series I. ADAPT materials and Series II. Advocacy materials.
Collection is open for research.
Series II. Advocacy Materials contains digital files. To access these files, please request the folders you would like through the finding aid using your research account. An archivist will be in contact with you to explain how to access the files. Please note that not all file formats are currently supported by the library for research use.
Carol Jones Papers, Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, Georgia, 30602-1641.
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Finding aid prepared by Angelica Marini, 2016.
Digital files were added to this finding aid by Adriane Hanson., 2016.