The following PowerPoints were part of a projected photography exibit in celebration of Black History Month (Feb. 2008) at the The Hub at the University of Kentucky's William T. Young Library called "Views of Diversity." Among the images featured in the exhibit are photographs of African-American milestones in the Commonwealth and at the University of Kentucky. Via mounted video projectors, the free public exhibit was projected on the walls around the central rotunda of the Hub, located on the basement level of Young Library.
Includes images from the Kentucky Historical Society archival collections, including "The Ohio River Portrait Project" and "Community Memories: A Glimpse of African American Life in Frankfort, Ky. Project."
A presentation of images related to information found in the NKAA Database. The images come from a collection of photographs it the Kentuckiana Digital Library. The photographs, taken from the 1880s to present day, feature notable people, places and events from Kentucky's history. This ongoing collection is compiled by the University of Kentucky Libraries.
Follows African Americans at the University of Kentucky from the enrollment of the first students in 1949 to others who made a significant impact on the university and in the Lexington community. The presentation contains photographs from the Kentuckiana Digital Library.