This exhibit examines community opposition to expressway construction in Baltimore during the 1970s through the organizational records of the Movement Against Destruction (MAD). Founded in 1968 as a coalition of 25 neighborhood and community groups, MAD's leaders included George and Carolyn Tyson, Barbara Mikulski, Walter Orlinsky, Norman Reeves, and Parren Mitchell.
The complete MAD collection at the University of Baltimore consists of 9 linear feet of records, which are described in an online collection database. The complete collection has also been digitized at the folder level and is available in this guide. For this exhibit, 32 documents have been selected from the complete collection.