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First Blacks in the Americas: Exhibit Manuscripts and Photograph Collection

Manuscripts and photographs that are part of “First Blacks in the Americas / Los Primeros Negros en las Américas,” a long-term project created by CUNY Dominican Studies Institute (DSI). This fully bilingual academic digital platform presents the story of the first Black-African inhabitants to arrive in the Americas, containing documents… Read More

UN Secretary General Papers

More than 2,000 declassified papers of former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan. These documents, previously unseen by the public, are in their original forms of letterheads, handwritten notes, internal memos, and more. Read More

Dominican Veterans in World War II

An exhibit of twelve panels, in which photographs, documents, correspondence, newspaper articles, and short biographies tell the stories of Dominicans who served in the U.S. Armed Forces during World War II. Read More

CCNY Anti-war Notices 1934-1936

Ephemeral flyers, newsletters, and news articles circulated at The City College of New York between 1934 and 1941. Read More