Ethnic Millions Political Action Committee (EMPAC!) records

The organization was incorporated in 1974 in New York City by Michael Novak and others as a national civil rights committee representing white ethnics. Its goals included the establishment of a white ethnic political caucus and fair representation of white ethnics in education and the media. The c... Full description

Record Source: Archival Materials
Collection Information: Ethnic Millions Political Action Committee (EMPAC!) Records (#3094)
Online Access: Link to finding aid
Corporate Author: Ethnic Millions Political Action Committee (EMPAC!)
Format: Manuscript
Language: Polish
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Physical Description: 5.7 Linear feet 16 boxes, 1 volume
Summary: The organization was incorporated in 1974 in New York City by Michael Novak and others as a national civil rights committee representing white ethnics. Its goals included the establishment of a white ethnic political caucus and fair representation of white ethnics in education and the media. The committee also supported better relations between black and white ethnics. Its newsletter, A New America (changed to EMPAC! in 1976), was published by Novak and was an influential forum for the new ethnicity during the mid 1970s. The collection consists of correspondence and editorial files, reference and research materials, membership records, and a dues book.