Posts Tagged: Black Lives Matter

Art Imitates Life: Artists and Authors as Activists

This is the fourth and final post in our Racial Justice Blog Series, which brings together Emory Libraries’ resources with the current struggle to foster social change and anti-racism. Over the course of the series, topics have included Black Student Activism at Emory, Protests and Movements, and Voting Rights. We hope the connections that you make between…

The Panther and The Pig – The Black Panther Party and the Art of Political Communication

Shelly Asquith In October 2019, Shelly Asquith, a postgraduate student at the University of Leeds, conducted research as a Rose Library fellow, funded by the J. Herman Blake and Emily L. Moore Award for research in the Black Panther Party collections. I would like to thank the Rose library workers who were so accommodating, professional and generous…