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Research Guides

AFST 289: Reframing Public Memory-Dr. David Donkor and Prof. Rebecca Hankins-Fall 2021

Online Resources

Archiving the Black Lives Matter Movement Research Guides The University of Arkansas

Birmingham Civil Rights Institute-Oral history Gallery

Black Lives Matter National Organization

Black Women's Suffrage Digital Collection Digital Public Library of America

Civil Rights in Black & Brown-oral history project at Texas Christian University

Data 4 Black Lives:

Don't Shoot Portland Racial justice work in Portland

Equal Justice Initiative

Know Their Names Al Jazeera's Online resource

Last SEEN: Finding Family After Slavery 

Love Cemetery - China Galland project

Lynching in America

National Public Radio (NPR)-Confederate Monuments

Public Broadcasting Station (PBS)-Confederate Monuments

Southern Poverty Law Center-Whose Heritage ?' Report

Statement and Resources for Archivists: Black Lives Matter, Anti-racism, and Emotional Labor Academy of Certified Archivists

Statues, Monuments, and Symbols-London's The Guardian article on the removal of racist imagery all over the world.

Caitlin Rivas Sullivan's "Understanding the Archivist’s Role in Contextualization, Removal, and Relocation of Confederate Monuments at Cultural Heritage Institutions." available via 2019, Vol. 16, p2-40, 39p, Database: Library & Information Science Source.

Murals and Global Impact