Ashley Nelson, Director of Communications at the Coalition, recently spoke with Derek Heidemann, Director of Collections & Research at Old Sturbridge Village, a Site of Conscience and living museum located
The Coalition is proud to be co-hosting the 2019 Annual Meeting of the American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania from August 28-31, 2019. The Coalition’s first North American Regional
The International Coalition of Sites of Conscience will soon launch a 12-month initiative entitled The Art of Inclusion with support from the New York State Council of the Arts (NYSCA).
In the US, the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida in February 2018 – and the subsequent student-led activism demanding federal gun control reform –
Heated discussions are taking place as confederate monuments are being dismantled across the American South. The Coalition recently spoke with Louis Nelson, Professor of Architectural History and the Associate Dean in
The Rafael Cintrón Ortiz Latino Cultural Center (LCC) was established forty years ago at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) out of an urban student struggle for educational equity.
This blog – by Samantha Hunter, a Specialist in Education at Eastern State Penitentiary – is the first in a series of posts from participants in our groundbreaking three-year initiative
Dear Friends, These are deeply troubling times for all of us who work to build a world where dignity, truth and justice shine through the darkness of hatred, fear and
The Coalition launched From Brown v. Board to Ferguson: Fostering Dialogue on Education, Incarceration, and Civil Rights in October 2015 to address one glaring contemporary legacy of the long history of
Black Women’s Blueprint is a transnational black feminist organization that celebrates the African diaspora, while mourning the violent conditions that created it. Through advocacy, transformative justice mechanisms, and research, it