SOURCE: The Conversation
by John R. Thelin
College yearbook editors in the 1960s juxtaposed pictures of traditional campus activities, such as Greek Life, alongside images of protests and marches.
SOURCE: USA Today
In one of the most extensive searches of college yearbooks ever, we found blackface and Ku Klux Klan photos like Ralph Northam's far beyond Virginia.
SOURCE: Washington Post
by Elizabeth Evans
They offer jaw-dropping examples of the sexism and racism that shaped professional cultures.
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