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Paulette Meier Papers

Identifier: US-12-06

Scope and Content

This collection consists of articles, news clippings and papers related to the death penalty especially the Wilford Berry death penalty case, and world trade . The collection contains copies of The Cincinnati Review of Politics and the Arts, a local leftist magazine published in the late 1980s. The magazine includes articles on Cincinnati politics such as insights on the Rainbow Coalition, labor issues like suburban newspaper unionization, women's rights and equality, short stories, and reviews of art events. The collection also contains an undated paper written by Stephen Daugherty on the United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America in Cincinnati. There are also clippings from the Greater Cincinnati newspaper, Everybody's News concerning Native American Shawandasse Tribe in Ohio, and Carl Lindner and Chiquita and the fight of Honduran banana workers against this company.


  • 1987-2001


Language of Materials

The records are in English

Restrictions on Access

This collection is open for research.

Biography of Paulette Meier

Paulette Meier is a singer/songwriter, peace educator, and social/emotional learning specialist. She is a former inner city school teacher, an advocate for women's employment rights, and a national organizer on nuclear issues. She later became a social worker and delivered mental health services to school children. In the early 1980s, while living in Washington, D.C. Meier became involved in the the People's Music Network. Upon returning to Cincinnati, she joined the women's choir, MUSE.

In the 1990s, she became a trainer with Cincinnati's Center for Peace Education. She then began working as an independent trainer and consultant in schools teaching peer mediation, conflict resolution and social-emotional learning skills. She has recorded her own songs to build unity and introduce skills and concepts for resolving conflict peaceably.


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Articles and papers collected by Paulette Meier, a peace advocate and educator.

Statement of Arrangement

The collection is arranged into folders by material type.

Physical Location

Archives and Rare Books Library

Finding aid for the Paulette Meier Papers
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Finding aid prepared by Suzanne Maggard
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Finding aid written in English

Repository Details

Part of the Archives and Rare Books Library Repository

8th Floor Blegen Library
2602 University Circle
P.O. Box 210113
Cincinnati Ohio 45221-0113