Curated by University Library MLK Planning Committee
This exhibit is the online counterpart of the University of Michigan Library's exhibit for the 2014 Martin Luther King Symposium, displayed in the Hatcher Library Gallery in January and February 2014.
The story of race at the University of Michigan (U-M) is perhaps as old as the institution itself. In fact..
The University of Michigan began with a gift of land by the Native American people. In 1817, the Ojibwe, Odawa,..
With a liberal political climate, Ann Arbor has historically embraced diversity. Early settlers traded comfortably with Native Americans who came..
Students of color began attending the University almost since the establishment of the Ann Arbor campus, but relevant records are..
The richness of the campus experience is reflected in the widely varied origins and daily lives of students of all..
Scholarly assessment and research in the broad range of cultural studies is demonstrated by many leading centers, departments, and institutes..
Faculty of color at the University have come from a broad range of scholarly specialties – medicine, music, political science,..
Since its very founding, the University of Michigan has been distinguished by the notable accomplishments of its current students and..
The original exhibit was researched and edited by members of the Library MLK Day Committee: Kati Bauer, Trey Boynton (University Housing),..