Inspired by Brown’s 250th anniversary, the sophomore seminar Race and Remembering collaborated to critically examine race at Brown University. On September 27, 2014, Brown University dedicated a memorial to the University’s “relation to the slave trade.” While the slavery memorial is an acknowledgement of Brown’s history with slavery, the university’s public memorialization reflects the ongoing need to critically remember its many silenced narratives. Remembering Race at Brown seeks to provide a platform for these silenced narratives of racial violence that are the legacies of segregation, gentrification, exploitation, colonization, and slavery, all of which are inherent in Brown’s history. Students hope to illuminate specific narratives and events to expand the current understanding of histories of race at Brown. With this exhibit, students hope to create new discussions and continue conversations.