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1967: A Definable Year for UB

Tuesday, February 14th, 2017
Protesters in 1967

Fifty years ago, UB found itself at the forefront of national and international issues. From the visits of Muhammad Ali and Robert Kennedy, to censorship of the university’s student newspaper, to a Supreme Court First Amendment challenge, the events and decisions of 1967 continue to resonate.

A new exhibition, 1967: A Definable Year for UB, explores this pivotal era in UB history through archival photographs, audio evidence and ephemera.

The exhibition is on view now.
Open House March 30th, 4-6pm, light refreshments provided.

University Libraries
Special Collections
420 Capen Hall, North Campus