#BlackLivesMatter: Critical Perspectives
This page was created by Keila Taylor. The last update was by Kristin Law.
Archivists from UTSA Libraries Special Collections gathered class materials and student work, then created this site in order to make the content available publicly for audiences in and out of academia. The primary objective of the course was to allow students, from all walks of life, to examine the sociocultural and historical contexts of #BlackLivesMatter. Our goal was to present the students’ journey throughout the course as authentically as possible. As you navigate through their projects, we hope you not only understand but appreciate their creative works as much as we enjoyed archiving it.
The UTSA Libraries would like to thank the following individuals who contributed to this resource:
Digital Archive Project Team
Keila Taylor, Graduate Student
Kristin Law, University Archivist
Julianna Barrera-Gomez, Digital Archivist
Amy Rushing, Head of Special Collections
Professors and Students of the 2016 BLM Seminar
Dr. Sonja Lanehart, Brackenridge Endowed Chair
Dr. Stephen Amberg
Dr. Theodora Berry
Dr. Kinitra Brooks.
Dr. Marco Cervantes
Dr. LaGuana Gray
Dr. Scott Sherer
Dr. Howard Smith