Includes 3 photographs depicting Stanford Law School students with a banner stating "Racism Lives Here Too," as well as 23 posters bearing quotes attributed to Stanford students and professors. The banner and posters were hung at Stanford Law School in February 2018 by students associated with the Racism Lives Here Too Movement.
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Racism Lives Here Too Movement records, 2018 (SC1404). Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.
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Transferred by the Racism Lives Here Too Movement.