- Candace Ruby, M.A. Public History ’16
This online exhibit was created in 2005 as a joint project of the Northeastern University Department of African-American Studies and the University Libraries, Archives and Special Collections Department. Creation of the exhibit was funded in part by a grant from Northeastern’s Office of Affirmative Action and Diversity. This version builds upon the design, text, and archival materials presented in the original. Contributors for the original exhibit included:
- Project Management: Michelle Light, former Assistant Archivist; Joan D. Krizack, former University Archivist and Head, Special Collections Department Exhibit
- Design: Michelle Light, former Assistant Archivist; Mark Santoski, NU Class of 2009
- Writing, Image and Document Selection: Kat Noel, NU Class of 2006
- Editing: Robert L. Hall, Associate Professor, Department of African-American Studies, Jointly Appointed with History Department; Joan D. Krizack, former University Archivist and Head, Special Collections Department
- Website Construction: Rachel Chatalbash, former Processing Archivist; Mark Santoski, NU Class of 2009;
Funnya Bezverkhny, NU Class of 2006
- Scanning: Funnya Bezverkhny, NU Class of 2006; John Fienberg, NU Class of 2006
Credit and Copyright
Citing this project
African American Activism & Experience at Northeastern University: 1963-1978. Online exhibit. Northeastern University Libraries, Archives and Special Collections, Boston, Massachusetts.
Copyright and licensing
Northeastern University holds the copyright for some, but not all, of the texts and photographs exhibited on this site. Please contact the Archives and Special Collections Department at firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain reproductions of the materials and to inquire about copyright.
CERES: Exhibit Toolkit
This project was created on a customized WordPress instance using the CERES: Exhibit Toolkit. These tools, as well as archival, hosting, and support systems, are provided by the Northeastern University Library Digital Scholarship group. The DSG specializes in the Digital Humanities and helps faculty, staff, and students in the Northeastern community showcase their projects to the public.