November 11, 2002-January 31, 2003 - “Homeland Insecurity: Civil Liberties, Repression, and Citizenship in the 1950s" is an exhibit prepared in conjunction with the conference of the same name. Materials from the Mortimer Rare Book Room, the Smith College Archives and the Sophia Smith Collection are on display.
Through publications, photographs, diaries, and letters, this exhibit addresses the various stories of discrimination against individuals because of their political or religious beliefs, race or sexual orientation, and how early civil rights and peace activism fared on campus, and at local and national levels.
Portions of the exhibit are located in the Morgan Gallery, 1st floor, and the Book Arts Gallery, 3rd floor, Neilson Library; and in the Sophia Smith Collection/Smith College Archives, Alumnae Gym and will be on view through the end of January, 2003.
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