Open-access digital editions of almost fifty individual volumes in history and primary documents that focus on the colony and eventual statehood of Georgia and its relationship with other groups, colonies, countries, and the new Union.
Through their own voices and images, this Passing It Forward project links the personal stories of LGBTQ+ elders of color — those around 50 years old and above — to the political and social movements they are connected to.
The collection includes digital photos, personal reflections, essays, and audio/video stories created in 2020 as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic that represents changes to campus life and the experiences of the AUC community.
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Interdenominational Theological Center (Atlanta, Ga.) Clark Atlanta University Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library
The UGA Black Alumni Oral History Project interviews document the experiences of Black students who attended the University of Georgia in the years following the University's 1961 desegregation. Some of the topics alumni discuss include their reasons for enrolling at UGA, their social lives, their academic goals, their experiences with racism on and off campus, and how time their time at UGA has shaped their lives.