Produced by student interns, topics include addiction history in the United States, community organizing, and more. Over 90 SPOHP podcasts are now available for download on the UFDC.
“I Never Will Forget” Mississippi Freedom Project Oral History Volume Newly Featured on CivilRightsTeaching.org
Civil Rights Teaching, a project of Teaching for Change, highlighted the MFP publication, released last year for the 50th Anniversary of Freedom Summer.
Funds raised allow us to continue everyday office operations, fellowship support for student research, public educational outreach, and more, including the Mississippi Freedom Project (pictured). Contributions are tax-deductible. Click to donate!
The newsletter, newly released last week, features updates on SPOHP in Tucson, Fieldwork in Appalachia, Gator Tales, AAHP Grants, Retired Faculty Project, Field Notes, and Student Congratulations! Click to read.
The SAA is the premier archival association in the Americas, and one of the country’s largest academic professional associations. The SAA recognized SPOHP’s ongoing commitment to social justice research initiatives, including LDAP (pictured).
Congratulations to LDAP on “Sin Complejos, Sin Arrepentimientos y Sin Pedir Perdón: Resistance, Respect & Regrowth!”
Coordinated by Génesis Lara, LDAP grew this year through an extraordinary effort focusing on community building and education, and students celebrated with a public event on April 24. Click to view the LDAP documentary,… Read More
The new deadline is May 9, 2015. Students from all majors are encouraged to apply. Click for more information, and e-mail applications to graduate coordinator Kyle Bridge (firstname.lastname@example.org).