A new exhibit has been installed on the 4th floor lobby of Langsam Library in honor of Black History Month. “I Have a Dream: Important Figures in Black History” highlights influential politicians, media personalities, Civil Rights activists and inventors. Included in the exhibit are books, films and other items from the collections of UC Libraries. A bibliography is available in print at the exhibit and online.
“I have a Dream: Important Figures in Black History” was curated by Meshia Anderson with Karen Cudjoe and Alfreda Green-Harvey. Samantha Scheidler designed the exhibit.
The exhibit is part of the grant UC Libraries received from the Provost’s Office to promote and celebrate diversity throughout the university community. Entitled “Bridges to Diversity and Inclusion” this initiative will provide a school year filled with events, programs and exhibits designed to celebrate diversity on the UC campus and beyond.