1919

About the Exhibit

Participating Members

Thank you to the following Chicago Collections members who contributed material for this exhibit. For a list of all Chicago Collections members, click here.

Curators and Content Contributors

The exhibit was curated by David Greenstein, Lecturer, Special Collections and University Archives, Richard J. Daley Library, The University of Illinois at Chicago and Megan Keller Young, Instructor and Special Collections Librarian, Special Collections and University Archives, University of Illinois at Chicago.


Timeline entries by:
Amara Andrew,  University of Illinois at Chicago
Francesco De Salvatore,  University of Illinois at Chicago
Erin Glasco,  University of Illinois at Chicago
David Greenstein,  University of Illinois at Chicago
Megan Keller Young,  University of Illinois at Chicago
Jonathan Kelley,  University of Illinois at Chicago
Ion Nimerencu,  University of Illinois at Chicago

Thanks also to:
‚ÄčElena Bulgarella
Kate Flynn
Dan Harper
The Chicago Collections Digital Exhibit Committee
 

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This digital timeline is part of Chicago 1919: Confronting the Race Riots, a year-long initiative organized by The Newberry Library and 13 other Chicago institutions participating in public conversations about the legacy of the most violent week in Chicago history. The initiative is funded by National Endowment for the Humanities. 


Related Programs and Projects

Legacies of 1919: The Bughouse Square Debates
Natalie Moore, Charles Whitaker
Saturday, July 27, 12 to 4 pm
Washington Square Park
901 North Clark Street

Reflections of Youth: Spoken Word Performance and Conversation
Kevin Coval, Members of the 2019 Louder than a Bomb Squad
Monday, August 12, 6 to 8 pm
Harold Washington Library Center, Cindy Pritzker Auditorium
400 South State Street

The Language of Bronzeville: Literature and Race in Chicago
Eve L. Ewing, Nate Marshall, Liesl Olson, Ken Warren
Tuesday, September 24, 6 to 7:30 pm
Newberry Library
60 West Walton Street

Policing Racial Violence: 1919 and Beyond
Simon Balto, Robin Robinson
Tuesday, October 15, 7 to 8:30 pm
Chicago History Museum
1601 North Clark Street

Red Summer/Winter Blues
Screening and discussion of the rough cut documentary
Barbara Allen, Cameron McWhirter, Jacqueline Stewart
Thursday, November 14, 6 to 8 pm
DuSable Museum of African American History
740 East 56th Place

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