February 22–May 24, 2013
Audubon Room, Hatcher Library Gallery
100 Hatcher Graduate Library
913 S. University Ave.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Featuring items from the Joseph A. Labadie Collection, this exhibit presents posters, photographs, buttons, and other items that illustrate a long history of race-related social protest movements, and that are intended to stimulate conversation and raise awareness about struggles against racism, past and present.
The Labadie Collection is the world's oldest and largest archive of materials documenting social protest movements.
- Race: Are We So Different?
- IndiVisible: African-Native American Lives in the Americas
- Exhibits at the Museum of Natural History
- Exhibits Across Campus
- Proclaiming Emancipation
- Making Their Own Way: African Americans in the Culinary World
- Places for the Spirit – Traditional African American Gardens
- Claiming Citizenship: African Americans and New Deal Photography
- State of Exception: Richard Barnes, Jason De Léon, Amanda Krugliak
- To me there is no other way - Raoul Wallenberg 1912-2012
- El Otro Lado - The Other Side
- Building Islam in Detroit: Foundations, Forms, Futures
- 18th Annual Exhibition of Art by Michigan Prisoners
- Interrupted Life: Incarcerated Mothers in the United States
- Infinite Mirror-Images of American Identity