ABOUT THE ROCHESTER BLACK FREEDOM ONLINE PROJECT
This project serves as a permanent resource for continuing conversation, learning and research around Rochester's role in civil rights history. We also hope the site will identify other participants. The Department seeks collections of personal or organizational papers, images, and ephemera related to Rochester's black freedom experience in the 1960s and '70s – especially materials related to the riots and the city's recovery.
For further information about the Rochester Black Freedom Struggle Online Project, email us at RAREBKS@library.rochester.edu.
USING THE MATERIALS ON THE WEBSITE
Materials on the RBFS website are protected by federal copyright law.
If proper citation is given, material on this site may be quoted or reproduced for student or instructor use in a classroom or classroom assignment without prior permission.
Please cite materials using complete webpage address, name of interviewee (if applicable), date accessed, and "Rochester Black Freedom Struggle Online Project, Rare Books and Special Collections, University of Rochester."
Commercial use of this material is prohibited without prior permission from the University of Rochester Rare Books and Special Collections. Requests for permission to use RBFS materials should be submitted to RAREBKS@library.rochester.edu.
Online Project Curator: Phyllis Andrews
Oral History Consultant: Laura Warren Hill
Website design and construction: Melissa S. Mead