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"Do you understand yet?!"
One of 86 photos of art in SoHo that was created by artists and activists during the Black Lives Matter movement in June, 2020. The collection of photos, taken and preserved by Bonnie Lawrence, includes web-ready photos, a shapefile, and an ESRI StoryMap.
During the summer of 2020, NYU Data Services embarked on a project to foreground the Black Lives Matter movement in our teaching, consultation, and instructional resources. Our project is motivated by a desire to teach critically and connect others with tools, data, and skills that will enable learners at NYU to explicitly confront racism.
The resources on this guide are a reflection of our ongoing work to develop anti-racist pedagogies. This page is a highly selective overview of NYU Libraries resources and Data Services teaching materials that advocate for anti-racism. Our work has a few goals:
For more information see the NYU Libraries Commitment to Anti-Racism