Related Publications

Articles related to the Citizen Curator Project:

Cassi Alexandra’s We Are Family

Barry Mauer, “The Citizen Curating Project Confronts The Pulse Nightclub Shooting” 

UCF Remembers Pulse with Art Gallery

UCF Honors 49 Victims

UCF Remembers Pulse

There are numerous online local, regional, national, and international resources and archives that you may find helpful as you begin your research.

Here is a list of sites that you might find useful:

Local Collections
Florida Department of State: Library and Archives

Digital library of Florida newspapers

Florida Memory: State Library and Archives of Florida

Guide to African American Resources

GLBT History Museum of Central Florida, Inc.

A virtual museum of local GLBT history

Holocaust Memorial Resource & Education Center of Florida

Located in Maitland Florida. Current exhibits include: stories from survivors who settled in Central Florida, Two Regimes (focusing on painting representations), and an Anne Frank exhibit.

Orange County Regional History Center

Located in downtown Orlando. Features a permanent exhibit on African American history including paintings from the Florida Highwaymen, as well as, a temporary exhibit through January 29, 2017 “Pride, Prejudice, and Protest: GLBT History in Greater Orlando”

RICHES of Central Florida

Central Florida history; features a digital collection on LGBT history

Rollins College Archives and Special Collections

A selection of regional history in a wide variety of subjects

UCF’s A History of Central Florida: The Podcast Projects

50 episode podcast series examining the history of Central Florida

UCF Digital Collections

African American Legacy – The Carol Mundy Collection

UCF Special Collections

Finding aids for Central Florida related manuscripts

USF Archives and Special Collections

Features a digital collection dedicated to LGBT “history, culture, politics, community relations, and public health”

Digital Collections

Bibliothèque Nationale de France

Gallicia Digital Library features a collection from World War I in their selection of historical topics

Center for the Study of Political Graphics

Various political and social issue posters including an excellent section of posters from political campaigns.

Civil Rights Digital Library

Focuses on racial inequality; includes “White Resistance” as an archival topic

Emory: Robert W. Woodruff Library

Features African American, LGBT, and activist exhibits

Ferris State University

Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia: “Using Objects of Intolerance to Teach Tolerance and Promote Social Justice”

GLBT Historical Society Archives & Museum

Features numerous manuscripts and papers for LGBT rights activists

The Gotham Center for Next York City History

An extensive list of various archives and libraries throughout New York City dealing with the Jewish experience, Black experience, immigrant experience, LGBT issues, and other civil rights issues and marginalized groups

John Heartfield Exhibition

Chronicling the life of John Heartfield who “fought fascism, bigotry, and ignorance with art”

Library of Congress

Currently featuring a Rosa Parks collection:

Search their finding aids in a wide array of topics here:

National Archives (US)

Extensive list of digital collections including topics, such as, human rights, ethnic heritage, and Nazi-era cultural property

The National Archives (UK)

Civil Rights in America Collection

National Museum of the American Indian

Manuscripts and photographs relating to Native American history

New York Public Library Digital Collections

Features an extensive amount of topics and collections including Jewish American Oral Histories

Online Archive of California

Political posters and prints relating to historical and contemporary movements for social change

Penn State Archives

Holocaust and Genocide Collection


Extensive list of collections and museums including African American and Native American history

The Tamiment Library & Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives (NYU)

Features collections including: Left Activism, Jewish American Left, Labor Unions and Organizations, and Civil Rights / Human Rights

UC Berkeley Library Archives

The H. K. Yuen Social Movement Archive

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Confront Genocide

University of Kansas Archives

Wilcox Collection of Contemporary Political Movements

University of North Texas Library

LGBT Archive

Wisconsin Historical Society Archives

“Online archive of selected websites of state agencies, local governments, political campaigns for gubernatorial or U.S. Senate races, topical issues and online publications.”

Educational and Other Resources

American Red Cross

Humanity in War Book List

Amnesty International

Research list on current human rights events

Colonial Legacy Pinterest

Numerous resources for European colonialism from the 1500s to mid-1900s

Creative Commons

Search engine for copyright free images

Empathy Educates

Human rights information and research

Exploring MEmorials

Concepts relating to exhibits dealing with self-knowledge and first-hand experiences


Presents an extensive list of manifestos from various topics including political manifestos

The National Academies Press

Searchable book and report collections by topic

Right Wing Watch

Focuses on political issues relating to intolerance and inequality

Texas Freedom Network

Religious Right Watch
Examples of Student Exhibits

Navigating Jim Crow

Myths of the Black Body

Eenie Meenie Miney Mose

Student Mystories