Recounting Black Omaha History through Family Archives: Faculty Family Histories — Antiques Roadshow-Style

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Professors Karen Johns, Terrie Miller, Justin Payne, and Preston Love, Jr., module successful the Department of Black Studies astatine UNO, presented "Recounting Black Omaha History done Family Archives: Faculty Family Histories — Antiques Roadshow-Style" connected Nov. 30, 2021.

This sheet treatment is simply a portion of a year-long bid of virtual events marking the 50th day of the Department of Black Studies astatine the University of Nebraska astatine Omaha.

About Charting Our Path

Charting Our Path: Celebrating 50 Years of Black Studies is simply a cooperative task of the Department of Black Studies and UNO Libraries. The task volition grant the 50th day of the Department of Black Studies successful 2021-2022 done field and assemblage speakers, exhibits, and events arsenic good arsenic supporting expanding research, originative activity, and unfastened entree instructional resources. Support is provided by UNO’s Strategic Investment successful Social Justice, Inequality, Race, and Class initiative. Charting Our Path is 1 of the ‘Telling Our Story’ proposals and was funded for 2021-2023. The task leads are Dr. Cynthia Robinson, Amy C. Schindler, and Claire Du Laney.

About the University of Nebraska astatine Omaha Libraries

UNO Libraries fulfill the UNO ngo done dynamic services, highly qualified and adaptive personnel, unsocial and extended collections, and accessible learning spaces and environments. With its 2 locations, Dr. C.C. and Mabel L. Criss Library connected UNO’s Dodge Campus and successful KANEKO-UNO Library located successful Omaha’s Old Market, UNO Libraries provides UNO students, module and staff, and the Omaha assemblage with the resources and materials needed to excel academically and professionally.

About the Department of Black Studies

The Department of Black Studies astatine the University of Nebraska astatine Omaha is arrogant to observe its 50th day successful the 2021-22 world year. Since 1971, Black Studies' module and unit person focused our teaching, research, and work connected the analysis, critique, and treatment of African continental and diasporic experiences, and the systems of oppression and absorption that qualify those experiences. Through our strategical goals of world excellence, pupil centeredness, and assemblage engagement, we proceed the long, strong, focused determination of the subject of Black Studies to antagonistic the communicative of achromatic supremacy and African inferiority. Make a gift to enactment the Department of Black Studies.

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