Recovering Identities of Black Latter-Day Saints
Century of Black Mormons is a digital history database, documenting and recovering identities and voices of black Latter-day Saints during the faith’s first 100 years (1830-1930). It contains digitized versions of original documents, photographs, a map documenting baptismal locations, a timeline, and biographical essays telling the stories of black Latter-day Saints.
Our 40,000 alums of the College of Humanities span across every state in the US and in countries across the globe. Our alumni base represents the value of a humanities degree in life and in work, finding incredible success as CEOs, leaders of nonprofits, entrepreneurs, journalists, attorneys, teachers, and volunteers. This issue of Perspectives features four of our star alums: Karen Anastasopoulos, Christina Biaggi, Cynthia Strike Petrow, and Louis Strike.
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