Ball State University Student Coursework
Scope and Contents
This collection contains student coursework from Ball State University classes covering anti-racism and related topics. The materials in this collection date from Fall 2020.
- Creation: 2020
Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open for research.
Conditions Governing Use
Ball State University Libraries make every reasonable effort to provide accurate information regarding the copyright status of materials held by Archives and Special Collections. Patrons may scan items or request a reproduction of one or more items in the collection; however, it is the responsibility of the patron to evaluate whether or not the intended use complies with copyright law.
Biographical / Historical
The police killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor in 2020 led to an acceleration of antiracist protest activity around the country. They also sparked a national conversation about race, racism, and anti-racism unlike any we have seen before. Looking back, future historians will want to know what anti-racism looked like in our community.
The Anti-Racism Repository seeks to collect and preserve materials that chronicle efforts to fight racism in Muncie and the surrounding area, and/or by Muncie residents and Ball State students, faculty, and staff anywhere in the world. The Ball State University Libraries Archives and Special Collections invites you to submit materials that document anti-racism efforts on our campus, in our communities, and beyond.
Language of Materials
This collection is arranged into the following series:
Series 1: Honors 199, "Inquiries in Contemporary American Civilization: Understanding Race, Challenging Racism", Fall 2020
- Ball State University Student Coursework
- Mindy Shull and Ely Sheinfeld
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