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21 @ 2021 Virtual Exhibit

21@2021 Virtual Exhibit

Explore the "21@2021" Virtual Exhibit! This exhibit features over 60 lanterns with Chinese brush painting in a virtual environment. 

For questions, please contact Kathryn Blackmer Reyes, Director of the Africana, Asian American, Chicano, and Native American Studies Center, at kathryn.blackmerreyes@sjsu.edu

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Lucy Turner Johnson

Black Spartans (1907-1948)

"Black Spartans" is a first look at an ongoing research project in SJSU Special Collections & Archives to discover documentation of Black experiences in university history. 

For more information, please contact Carli V. Lowe, University Archivist, at carli.lowe@sjsu.edu.

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Art of Remembrance Virtual Reality Experience

Art of Remembrance Virtual Reality Experience

Explore the Art of Remembrance Altar Exhibit in virtual reality! This interactive 3D experience will give you an opportunity to learn the meanings and history of this 3,000 year old ritual. This ritual honors the spirit of the dead by welcoming them and celebrating their legacy.

For questions, please contact Lesley Seacrist, Projects and Communications Manager, at lesley.seacrist@sjsu.edu

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Survival Mode

Survival Mode: SJSU Responds to Historic Crises

"Survival Mode" explores the history of San José State University responding to crises with worldwide impact. Photographs, news clippings, yearbooks, and journals from the SJSU Archives, including contributions to the "Spartans Speak on COVID-19" project, will provide one lens for understanding our present moment.

For more information, please contact Carli V. Lowe, University Archivist, at carli.lowe@sjsu.edu.

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Women's Suffrage

Suffrage and Women's Rights Digital Exhibit

While Silicon Valley is known for its role in leading the technology industry, the South Bay has also led the way in women’s leadership positions in local government and business. This digital exhibit showcases archival materials related to the origins of women’s suffrage in CA and traces these roots through to the present day.

For more information about this exhibit, please contact Kate Steffens, Special Collections Librarian, at kate.steffens@sjsu.edu.

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Spartan Quest

Spartan Quest: Social Justice & Campus Connections

Embark on your Spartan journey by learning about SJSU’s key landmarks and the events that shaped our campus, community, and world.

Interested in assisting or contributing to this ongoing project? Contact Michael Aguilar, Outreach & User Engagement Librarian, at michael.aguilar@sjsu.edu.

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Kwanzaa Symbols

Kwanzaa Celebration

Visit our online Kwanzaa Celebration during December 26 – January 1 with friends, family, and community to learn more about Kwanzaa rituals, dialogue, symbols, and more. 

For more information contact Kathryn Blackmer Reyes, Director of the Africana, Asian American, Chicano, and Native American Studies Center, at kathryn.blackmerreyes@sjsu.edu

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