Racial Reckoning is an initiative by the Center for Mason Legacies (CML) in partnership with the George Mason University Libraries' Special Collections Research Center (SCRC) and the George Mason University Department of History and Art History. The initiative collects and freely shares digital materials that document modern-day protests of the legacy of slavery, white supremacy, and racism that are experienced by Mason and its students, faculty, and staff.

Project staff

Racial Reckoning is influenced by the following projects

Additional resources

Collecting protest materials is complicated: how do we inclusively document this moment while ensuring the privacy, safety, and consent of everyone involved? Why should we be concerned about gaps or omissions in the archive we are creating? The following articles are a good place to start in thinking through these questions: