Archiving Activism

The University of Toledo’s Canaday Center recently opened the exhibit Protest: Activism and Social Change, 1845-2015, presenting archives from both local and national movements. The focus is on women’s rights, civil rights, disability rights, labor rights, student protests, and LGBTQ rights with protests by individual artists, activists, students and others who have made major strides in their respective causes. 8am-noon and 1-5pm. Monday-Friday. The exhibit will be on display through Monday, December 16.

Canaday Center | 2801 Bancroft St.
419-530-4480 | utoledo.edu/library/canaday

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