CULTURE.” Is now on display in Burling Gallery on the lower level.

Using a wide range of materials from Special Collections and Archives, this exhibit looks at black culture at Grinnell College and in Des Moines from the period of 1967 to 1973. CULTURE. highlights individuals that were dedicated to fighting for social justice and black consciousness. It also explores the legacy of these people and movements.

This exhibit was curated by Erik Henderson ’19.

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