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1. Activist of the Year Activist of the Year January//1990 Article contains brief description of the Ad Hoc Committee Against Crime founded by Alvin Brooks, director of Kansas City's Human Relations Department.

2. Alvin Brooks Alvin Brooks June 25, 1988 Biographical article about Alvin Brooks, director of "the city's Human Relations Department" and co-founder of "the Ad Hoc Group Against Crime, now in its 11th year." Brooks is described in complimentary...

3. Alvin Brooks Alvin Brooks File containing photos and information on Alvin Brooks, "director of Kansas City's Human Relations Department" and founder of the Ad Hoc Committee Against Crime in Kansas City in 1977. Born about 1920...

4. An Interview With Alvin Brooks An Interview With Alvin Brooks 1976-06-02 Interviewer: Horace M. Peterson III. Interview recorded June 2, 1976. 2 sound cassettes (ca. 60 minutes): analog, stereo.; 5 7/8 x 2 1/2 in., 1/8 in. tape; 2 sound discs; digital; 4 3/4 in. Has printed...

5. Appointed Thorn: Alvin Brooks, as Human Relations Director, Is the Man Who Pricks the City's Social Appointed Thorn: Alvin Brooks, as Human Relations Director, Is the Man Who Pricks the City's Social Conscience September/19/1984 File contains a biographical article about Alvin Brooks, the Human Relations Director for the city government of Kansas City, Missouri, president of the Ad Hoc Group against Crime. Description of parallels...

6. BAMA-KCPL Oral History Project (AC12) BAMA-KCPL Oral History Project (AC12) 1975-1976 The Black Archives of Mid-America / Kansas City Public Library Oral History Collection consists of 59 interviews with individuals prominent in the African American community and provides insight into the...

7. Brooks and Funkhouser Easily Win Primary Vote Brooks and Funkhouser Easily Win Primary Vote February 28, 2007 Alvin Brooks (26.1 percent) and Mark Funkhouser (25.5 percent) win the mayor primary race. Includes city map showing Ward-by-Ward where Brooks and Funkhouser had their votes.

8. Brooks Will Run For Mayor Brooks Will Run For Mayor December 1, 2005 Alvin Brooks, current mayor pro tem of Kansas City, announced on November 30, 2005, that he was running for mayor in 2007. He is known as an anti-crime crusader and said he wants to run "to do it to continue...

9. Decades Pass, Struggle Goes On Decades Pass, Struggle Goes On January 20, 2008 Three Kansas Citians, Geneva Morris, Alvin Brooks, and retired Jackson County Circuit Judge Jon Gray, "tell their stories of the civil rights movement and assess the progress."

10. Funkhouser Stands Tall Funkhouser Stands Tall March 28, 2007 On March 27, 2007, the citizens of Kansas City, Missouri, elected Mark Funkhouser as mayor over his opponent Alvin Brooks. The count showed Funkhouser received 50.6 percent and Brooks 49.4 percent of the...

11. Putting the Focus on Mayor's Race Putting the Focus on Mayor's Race March 25, 2007 Article contains good personal biographies of both candidates for mayor of Kansas City in 2007 race: Alvin Brooks and Mark Funkhouser. Information includes age, education, occupation, interests, and family....

12. SC69-2 Black Archives of Mid-America Oral History Collection Finding Aid SC69-2 Black Archives of Mid-America Oral History Collection Finding Aid 1975-1976 The collection is comprised of 97 audiocassettes containing interviews of 56 people, largely from Kansas City's African American community. Subjects interviewed primarily include political, business, religious,...

13. September 11, 2001, Terrorist Attacks, Commemoration September 11, 2001, Terrorist Attacks, Commemoration September 11, 2002 A commemoration of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks held on the south entrance of City Hall. At the lectern is Fire Chief "Smokey" Dyer; to the left is Mayor Kay Barnes; to the far right is Katherine...

14. September 11, 2001, Terrorist Attacks, Commemoration September 11, 2001, Terrorist Attacks, Commemoration September 11, 2002 A commemoration of the September 11, 2001, terrorists attacks held at City Hall. At the lectern is Katherine Shields. Others at the podium (left to right) are Police Chief Rick Easley, The Rev. Wallace...

15. September 11, 2001, Terrorist Attacks, Commemoration September 11, 2001, Terrorist Attacks, Commemoration September 11, 2002 A commemoration of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. At the podium in front of City Hall is Mayor Kay Barnes. Local television reporter Michael Mahoney of KMBC-TV can be seen with a microphone...

16. September 11, 2001, Terrorist Attacks, Commemoration September 11, 2001, Terrorist Attacks, Commemoration September 11, 2002 A commemoration of the September 11 terrorist attacks. At the lectern in front of City Hall is Councilman Alvin Brooks. From left to right, Police Chief Rick Easley; Rev Wallace Hartsfield; Mayor Kay Barnes....

17. The Top 100 Influential Blacks in Greater Kansas City, Part I The Top 100 Influential Blacks in Greater Kansas City, Part I December 13-December 19, 1985 First in a series of three articles with photos of several prominent African Americans of Kansas City. Among those pictured here are Herman Johnson (vice-chairman of the Chamber of Commerce), Gayle Holliday...

18. Trailblazers: A Celebration of the Human Spirit Trailblazers: A Celebration of the Human Spirit 2004 This educational video discusses ''desegregation of Kansas City, Missouri, during the 1950s and 1960s, featuring interviews by local civil rights leaders [Dorothy Alexander, Dr. Julia Hill, Mamie Hughes,...