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The Reckoning

Leading up to and after the Women’s March of 2017, Georgia activists, Lucy Hargrett Draper, and her niece, Chrisy Erickson Strum documented emerging and ongoing activism through what they are calling their U.S. Women’s Protest “Reckoning” collection, which includes events and activities occurring in Atlanta. What they have given Georgia State University is a remarkably rich resource that will continue to grow as movements and campaigns evolve. The collection serves as a companion to oral histories, photographs, textiles and artifacts that have been donated by March participants since 2017. This online exhibit highlights some of the themes from the “Reckoning” collection.

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The Reckoning
Curated by BriGette I. McCoy

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