Marvin X told the Stanford Curator that Dr. Nathan Hare writes long emails daily, to him and others in the genres in which he expounds, e.g., sociology, psychology, Black Studies, literature, male/female relations.
Collection title: The Dr. Nathan Hare and Dr. Julia Hare Archives: 1962-2013
Documents include organizational and financial records of the Black World Foundation/Black Scholar magazine; the Black Think Tank, Black Male/female Relations. Resource files contain academic articles, emails, news clippings, notes, photos that contextualize and document Nathan and Julia Hare's involvement as educators, activists, intellectuals and literary figures in the Bay Area, nationally and internationally. The archives document the work of Dr. Nathan Hare as a clinical psychologist and Dr. Julia Hare as a major personality on the speaking circuit as well as a radio talk show host and commentator. Photographs include family, friends, educators, and fellow activists. Dr. Nathan Hare and Dr. Julia Hare stand alone as the most prominent intellectual and social activist couple in North American African history.