Guest lecture for spring 2018 ANTH 21: Black Lives Matter course

This Anthropology: Sociocultural Anthropology seminar, created and taught by Dr. Hanna Garth, traces the historical roots and growth of the Black Lives Matter social movement in the United States and comparative global contexts.

For their final projects, students were asked to get into groups and create or improve wikipedia pages that have something to do with the course content/Black people. They drew on printed and digital resources for citations in building their pages.

The Tell Us How UC It team spoke with the class about how to effectively use the library and digital materials for these kinds of projects, and the experience with Tell Us How UC It of finding hard-to-find information.

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