Projects on Peace
Me We: Projects on Peace is a group exhibition and website, composed of a series of collaborative projects, each exploring active peacemaking through a different lens and rooted in historical and contemporary examples of community building.
Spring semester of 2021, Exhibition Design students investigated stories grounded in the origins of nonviolent action, the love ethic of Howard and Sue Bailey Thurman, Sue Bailey Thurman’s dedication to documenting black history, and ways Sue Bailey Thurman created places of belonging. Research was grounded in the Thurman collection at the Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center at BU and conversations between the class and Sue Bailey Thurman scholar Arleigh Prelow, and Boston arts leaders.
The Untold Stories of Civil Rights Leaders in Boston -- Boston University Initiative on Cities (IOC), BU Arts Initiative, and BU Diversity & Inclusion hosted a discussion on the untold stories of civil rights leaders in Boston featuring Assistant Professor of History & African American Studies Paula Austin, filmmaker Roberto Mighty, and Lecturer in Art & Graphic Design Jessie Rubenstein.
Web Design and Teaching Assistant: Reem Alsanea
Students Section A: Valeria Alvarado, Chuck Gonzales, Oliver Hua, Chen Luo, Oscar Morel, Spencer Morgan, David Petrak, Michael Rosenberg, Emma Roth, Jing-Yi Tsai, Ye Wang, Spencer Yan
Students Section B: Clay Allen, Emily Bowen, Grace Dube, Angelo Gaminde, Elizabeth Guerrero, Elizabeth Kostina, Lena Rose Johnson, Jayna Mikolaitis, Morgan Moscinski, Seyun Om, Ashley Smalley, Rachel Wui, Sarah Zureiqat