SOCIAL COMMENTARY AND LIBRARIANSHIP

A Blog (August 2016-) spotlighting interviews with activists for positive social change: https://adventuresinsocialchange.com

Cuba in Transition: Snapshot of a Moving Target. ( 2016) Eugene Weekly, 35, 8, 38-39. Online: eugeneweekly.com/20160225/travel/cuba-transition

Political and personal memoir in progress -- ACTIVIST: Adventures on the Cutting Edge of Social Change. First chapter.

An Oral History of Charles Gray, April 20, 1925-July 8, 2006. Prepared by Sylvia Hart, his widow, for the University of Oregon, Special Collections and University Archives. (2009) Eugene, Oregon. Privately printed and distributed. 427 pages. More at charlesgrayactivist.com

[Charles Gray, co-author] Caravan for justice: Zapatista leaders take their fight for indigenous rights on the road. (2001) The Register-Guard [Daily newspaper, Eugene, Oregon] April 1, 1F-4F.

[Charles Gray, co-author] On the Zapatista trail: revolution in Chiapas. (2001) The Other Paper, March, 12-14.

Ceasefire Oregon aiming to educate, not legislate. (1996) The Register-Guard, op-ed page.

Gun turn-in campaign planned in Eugene. (1996) The Other Paper, February, 10.

Patterns of library use in a remedial pre-college program. (1978) The Journal of Negro Education: A Howard University Quarterly Review, 47, 4, 385-394.

Black Youth, Black Studies and Urban Education. (1975) LACUNY Occasional Paper, No. 3. [Adapted from master's thesis in Sociology, New York University, 1974]

The CUNY librarian: a professional profile. (1974) LACUNY Journal, 3, 2, 33-40.

A pre-college program for the disadvantaged. (1970) Library Journal, 95, 16, 2884-2887.

Three editions of pamphlet: Magazines recommended for use with children, grades K-12: A comparative survey of six basic lists. (1968-1971) Teaneck, NJ: Franklin Square Agency.




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