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Juneteenth Collection Highlight: From the stacks

A special topic guide from River Campus Libraries with resources for learning more about Juneteenth.

Juneteenth and African American Emancipation: Titles from UR Libraries

June

Land Acknowledgement

We wish to honor and express our gratitude to the Indigenous peoples who cared for the lands where the majority of this guide was developed.  We acknowledge that the lands that UR inhabit are the unceded ancestral territory of the Seneca Nation, known as the Onöndowa'ga or “Great Hill People” and “Keepers of the Western Door” of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy whose loss of lives, culture, knowledge, stories, and experiences are a part of Rochester, New York State, and U.S. history. May we all work collectively to combat the continued erasure of indigenous lands, life, and knowledge. For more information on how you can support preservation efforts visit ganondagan.org and senecamuseum.org