We are so excited to bring you the NEH-sponsored exhibit For All the World To See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights. While we regret not having the chance to show you this exhibit in person, its relevance to society’s struggles today pressed us to find a new way to work around the limitations that COVID has brought us. We hope that this virtual tour (accessible in the sidebar of the exhibits page) will be a meaningful way to explore the themes of visual culture, social justice, and America’s progress (and historical lack of it) in achieving Civil Rights.
To experience the exhibit:
- Visit ypsilibrary.org/exhibits and watch the virtual tour
- Check out the accompanying activities and choose one that appeals to you to help you reflect more deeply on the exhibit materials
- Submit one of your reflections using the forms on the activity pages to receive a free copy of Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request an activity kit or for questions about the exhibit.