The SNCC Legacy Project is collaborating with the John Hope Franklin Research Center for African American History & Culture various projects. These projects include:
One Person, One Vote Website
This website was the first joint project between the SNCC Legacy Project and the John Hope Franklin Center for African American History & Culture at Duke University. The website was a precursor of the SNCC Digital Gateway.
Voting Rights Conference 2015
The Voting Rights Conference brought SNCC veterans and members of organizations such as the Movement 4 Black Lives, Dream Defenders, Black Youth Project 100 (BYP100), Showing Up For Racial Justice (SURJ), United We Dream, NAACP and the Young People’s Project (YPP) together to discuss ways of expanding democracy for marginalized communities.
SNCC Digital Gateway 2015-2018
The SNCC Digital Gateway tells the history of SNCC from the perspective of SNCC veterans. The purpose of the SDG is also to pass on informational wealth gathered during the 1960’s Movement to subsequent generations.
Critical Oral History – MFDP 2016
Movement veterans who were part of the organizing in Mississippi and the creation of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party (MFDP) discuss the difficult decisions and their consequences during the 1964 Freedom Summer Project.
Critical Oral History – Black Power 2016
SNCC veterans discuss the emergence and call for Black Power as a natural progression from their work in Lowndes County, Alabama.
Our Story, Our Terms 2021-2023
The stories of the 1960s Movement veterans who were impacted by the death of Emmett Till, the millennials who were impacted by the death of Trayvon Martin, and the GenZers who were impacted by the death of George Floyd will all tell their stories in this project funded by the Mellon Foundation.
Zapruder & Journal of African American History Articles
Articles on the SNCC Digital Gateway published in Zapruder Italian magazine and in the Journal of African American History published by Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH).
A Grassroots Leadership and Arts for Social Change Primer
Article on critical oral history published in A Grassroots Leadership and Arts for Social Change Primer.