Teaching Guides to Use in K-12 and AP/College Classes
In spring 2021, the CCP Curriculum Committee released 16 teaching guides that can be taught in conjunction with the volume The Colored Conventions Movement: Black Organizing in the Nineteenth Century (2021), edited by P. Gabrielle Foreman, Jim Casey, and Sarah Lynn Paterson.
Where Did They Eat? Where Did They Stay? Interpreting Material Culture of Black Women’s Domesticity in the Context of the Colored Conventions
Flights of Fancy: Black Print, Collaboration, and Performances in “An Address to the Slaves of the United States of America (Rejected by the National Convention, 1843)”
Derrick R. Spires
The Organ of the Whole: Colored Conventions, the Black Press, and the Question of National Authority
As the True Guardians of Our Interests: The Ethos of Black Leadership and Demography at Antebellum Colored Conventions
Sarah Lynn Patterson
Gender Politics and the Manual Labor College Initiative at National Colored Conventions in Antebellum America
Further Silence upon Our Part Would Be an Outrage: Bishop Henry McNeal Turner and the Colored Conventions Movement
Andre E. Johnson
None but Colored Testimony against Him: The California Colored Convention of 1855 and the Origins of the First Civil Rights Movement in California
The Colored Conventions Project, Douglass Day and the Black Women's Organizing Archive
are flagship projects of the Center for Black Digital Research, #DigBlk, at Penn State University.
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The Colored Conventions Project was launched & cultivated at the University of Delaware from 2012-2020.