Photographs, slideshows and videos capturing life at UB
"Revolution" is a collaboration between the UB Office of Inclusive Excellence, the UB Libraries and the UB Honors College.
UB Presidential Scholars conducted research for the exhibit. Scholars (from left) Devon Eleey, Jonathan Garriques, Stephie Ikama, Clayton Markham, Barbara Curran, Lauren Guy, Alaina Kenny, Jatsia Kramer Chen and Sam Nelson (long blonde hair) attended the opening, with Jeannine Nwade (at the podium) offering remarks.
Attending the opening reception are, from left, UB alum Casimiro D. Rodriguez Sr., president of the Hispanic Heritage Council of Western New York; Luis Colón, A. Conger Goodyear Professor of Chemistry; and President Satish K. Tripathi.
Presidential Scholars Sushmita Patil (left) and Sam Nelson stand in front of the Cesar Chavez panel. The women conducted research on Chavez, who was one of five powerful figures in the civil rights and political movements of the 1960-'70s featured in the exhibit.
Jonathan Garriques contributed to research for the timeline of events occurring throughout Buffalo and across the nation during the civil rights movement.
Panels showcase the achievements of Shirley Chisholm, Angela Davis and Cesar Chavez. Also featured in the exhibit are Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X.
Published February 8, 2019