Black Women's Organizing Archive
Colored Conventions Project
Welcome to the Center for Black Digital Research!
The Center for Black Digital Research/#DigBlk is a public-facing research center committed to bringing the histories of early Black organizing to digital life through innovative scholarship and collaborative partnerships. The Center is home to the award-winning Colored Conventions Project, Douglass Day, and the Black Women’s Organizing Archive. Learn more at our Research page or by exploring the exhibits, historical records, and videos available through our project sites!
Digitize Black Women’s Records Day
MARCH 26, 2024 • 12-3 p.m. ET
Freeman Auditorium and Live Stream
Join us as we celebrate innovative ways to engage Black women’s activist archives with Meta DuEwa Jones, DaMaris B. Hill, Sharia Benn, Janel Moore-Almond, and Jennifer Morris. Coordinated by the Black Women’s Organize Archive (BWOA).
STARTING JAN. 8
Write-on-Sites, Daily 7–9 a.m. ET
A dedicated virtual writing space for BIPOC graduate students, postdocs, and faculty to come together in community and advance their writing. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for link.
Meet the #DigBlk Team
We are faculty, graduate and undergraduates, postdoc, librarians, archivists, and community partners working together across ranks, disciplines, and institutions to bring the histories of early Black organizing to digital life through innovative scholarship and collaborative partnerships.