Seton Hall University Libraries Archives & Special Collections Center is hosting a pair of exhibits currently on view:
The first is The Newark Uprising of 1967:
This period of civil unrest (between July 12 and July 17, 1967) was a protest by African-American residents in response to various discriminatory practices. The causes associated with this event can be traced back through a long history of uneasy relations between lawmakers, law enforcement, and local citizens. Click here for more information.
The second is Women of Setonia 1937:
This year marks the 80th anniversary since women first attended lectures or taught courses at Seton Hall. These trailblazers were part of the now defunct Urban Division established by then College President Monsignor James F. Kelley who provided a more inclusive educational experience for all qualified applicants. Click here for more information.