This exhibition is inspired by the uprising in 2020 and will explore the long history of justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion at the University of Maryland, College Park. The exhibition will center student activism and social movements of historically marginalized communities and their fight for civil rights (African American students, LGBTQ community, Latinx, Asian American students, women's rights, and the undocumented student community).
Curator: Lae'l Hughes-Watkins Exhibition research assistants: Keondra Freemyn, Maureen Jones, Selena St. Andre Graphic Design: Jennifer Paul
With help from: Laura Cleary, Scotty Beland, Digitization Center staff, EPI Colorspace, and community members.
Hornbake Library is located on University of Maryland’s College Park campus. This library is home to the Exhibition Gallery and Special Collections & University Archives.
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