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This Mosaic examined two of the most significant black liberation movements of the 20th century: the anti-apartheid movement in South Africa from the 1950s through the 1990s and the African-American civil rights movement of the 1950s-1980s.Read More
During the Steelton Mosaic (1996, 2001), students and faculty members met with workers, teachers, local business people, and residents of the multi-ethnic community of Steelton, Pa., to explore questions of mutual interest: how to raise a family, earn a living and sustain faith in a community hit hard by de-industrialization. In 2001, students focused on work, family, and migration narratives among members of the African-American community.Read More