April 27, 2018
Join us to hear about the History Keepers Project on Wednesday, May 2 at 5:00 pm in Sterling Memorial Library's International Room, where eleven Yale students will present summaries of their research into the Black experience at Yale – the second year of a collaboration between the Yale Library and the Afro-American Cultural Center at Yale.
During this semester, archivists and librarians* from the Yale Library have worked with the Afro-American Cultural Center to introduce Black undergraduate students to history research methodologies, library tools and resources, and careers in academia, libraries, and archives. The research focus of the program has been on researching the Black experience at Yale, with each student being mentored by the archivists and librarians. Please join us in celebrating the program. All are welcome!
The History Keepers Program is a collaboration between the Yale Afro-American Cultural Center, the Yale University Library, and the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture.
*Anna Arays, Melissa Barton, Kelly Blanchat, Mike Brenes, Alison Clemens, Gwyneth Crowley, Emily DiLeo, Molly Dotson, Jason Eiseman, Afua Ferdnance, Kenya Flash, Emily Horning, James Kassenides, Mike Lotstein, Gabby Redwine, Rich Richie, Charles Riley, Camila Tessler, Christine Weideman