Inspired by Brown’s 250th anniversary, the sophomore seminar Race and Remembering collaborated to critically examine race at Brown University. This digital exhibit highlights University legacies of erasure and histories of resistance. This is a call to REMEMBER.

Additional Readings

  1. Hi, Neighbor. Directed by Claire Andrade-Watkins. SPIA Media Productions, 2011. 
  2. “Some Kind of Funny Porto Rican”: A Cape Verdean American Story. Directed by Claire Andrade-Watkins. SPIA Media Productions, 2006.
  3. Brown University Library, and John Nicholas Brown Center. “Fox Point Oral Histories.” Fox Point Oral Histories Archive. Last modified 2008. Accessed November 12, 2014.
  4. Gorman, Lauren. “Fox Point: The Disintegration of a Neighborhood.” PhD diss., Brown University, 1998.
  5. Telling Our Own Story as a First Voice Narrative. Last modified 2014. Accessed November 18, 2014.


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