Black Student Activism: Then and Now
Please come join us in celebrating Black History Month and beyond with a visit to the DiMenna-Nyselius Library’s spring semester exhibit Black Student Activism: Then and Now. In partnership with the Black Student Union, one of the many Affinity Clubs on campus, this exhibit features books, poetry, memorabilia, and historical and contemporary images to highlight the continuity and ongoing challenges faced by students of color in creating a more diverse and inclusive campus environment. Co-curated by Sydney Williams ‘19, Annick Momplaisir ‘21, and Elise Bochinski and Jennifer Mottolese from Archives and Special Collections, this exhibit runs from February – May 2019 in the lobby of the DiMenna-Nyselius Library.
For more information about the Black Student Union and other Fairfield University Affinity Clubs, please visit us at https://www.fairfield.edu/undergraduate/student-life-and-services/student-diversity/affinity-clubs/ .
To learn more about the archives and browse our digital content, please visit https://librarybestbets.fairfield.edu/fflduhistory.