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A gallery that is passionate about education.
As part of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Gutman Gallery is committed to showcasing art within a learning environment. Our gallery is located in a multi-use space and we are very proud of the role that it plays in making the space more inclusive by fostering a robust and welcoming atmosphere that encourages learning.
Under the direction of Harvard professors Jarvis Givens, Imani Perry, and archivist Micha Broadnax, the Black Teacher Archive (BTA) opens to the public.
Curated by Rebecca Horwitz-Willis, Ph.D.'23, postdoctoral research fellow for the Black Teacher Archive, and Micha Broadnax, senior project manager for the Black Teacher Archive.
The BTA is a digital collection centralizing materials created by Colored Teachers Associations held in nearly 70 repositories across the nation. The primary holdings include a centralized collection of 20th century serial publications by Black educator organizations, and they document the history of social and political organizing by African American educators who were key figures in the struggle for educational equality for Black children. The exhibit offers a window into these rich archival documents and represents a sample of the range of educational concerns presented throughout the journals. The project is based at Harvard Graduate School of Education in association with Gutman Library with generous support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.