Browse Exhibits (3 total)


Generating Activism and Ideological Mobilization: Leftist Organization in Latino Communities from the 1930s to 1980s

This exhibit draws upon primary sources at the Benson and Briscoe Archives to analyze different leftist organizing and consciousness-raising strategies in Latino unions and communities across North and Latin America.


Parker Aguilera, Alex Goralski, Ramiro de los Santos, and Sydney Thornborrow

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Otherness in America

This exhibit draws from the cultures, histories, and perceived “otherness” of a diverse array of minorities and communities in the United States. Experience the power of presentation and storytelling through the eyes of Latinos, Indigenous individuals, and Jews by seeing how they interact with hegemonic institutions in America and greater society.

Credits: Cooper Shawl, Carson McNabb, Leona Mariel Hernandez, Lila Katz

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Accessing Austin: Breaking Barriers In The Capitol City

Defined by its transformation from a hamlet on the banks of the Colorado River to a global powerhouse, Austin is a city firmly planted in the cultural landscape of Texas, the United States, and the World. This exhibit explores the fight to gain this position and brings light to key players within those discussions. 

Credits: Olivia Green, Casey Pack, Dylan Shears

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