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Online Event: Preserving Black History in the Archives event poster.
Celebrate Black History Month with the Rose Library on February 23rd
Woodruff Library Fellowships
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Get To Know Our 2020-2021 Fellows
Racial Justice Blog Series
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Black Students’ Activism at Emory: Past and Present
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Curated By Dr. Kimberly Wallace-Sanders
Framing Shadows: Portraits of Nannies from the Robert Langmuir African American Photograph Collection

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Social Justice side of exhibit.
On View in the Robert W. Woodruff Library, Level 2 Social-Justice and Confronting Racism

This exhibit highlights the Emory Libraries’ efforts to confront racism and promote social justice and presents resources that can be found online. These include recommended titles for reading, additional library resources, and links to other campus organizations joining the movement.