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Telluride Association Summer Seminar 2022 -- Black Geographies: Race, Place, and Space in Space

This seminar is designed to critically engage students to think through, around, and with questions that explore the relationship between Black cultural expressions, collective/everyday resistance, and uneven geographies. This course will introduce studen

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The BLACK GEOGRAPHIES SPECIALTY GROUP
The BLACK GEOGRAPHIES SPECIALTY GROUP strives to create a global platform for: (a) promoting study of the social, political, cultural, economic, and ecological aspects of the race in/and geography; (b) encouraging critical reflection on the issues, processes, intrinsic qualities, and interconnections that shape Black lives and geographies on local, national, continental, and international scales; (c) exchanging research and teaching ideas among scholars of race in/and geography; and (d) building greater ties between geographers and the Black and Africana Studies community.

History of the William Monroe Trotter Multicultural Center At The University of Michigan
This exhibit provides an introductory history of the events and protest demonstrations that led to the creation of the William Monroe Trotter Multicultural Center at the University of Michigan.

Bentley Historical Library -- Black Action Movement I, II and III select documents
Digitized select documents relating to the Black Action Movement (BAM) I, II, and III on the University of Michigan campus, 1970-1987. These materials (mostly from the records of the Office of the President with some articles from The Michigan Daily and the University Record) is intended to provide an overview of the Black Action Movement (BAM) demands and the university's immediate response in each of the three phases of the Black Action Movement. They represent a small portion of the documentation of BAM contained in the records of various university units, personal papers, photograph collections, and publications held by the Bentley Historical Library