Answered By: Katrina Spencer
Last Updated: Feb 28, 2020     Views: 14

"The 1619 Project" is a journalistic effort via The New York Times Magazine to reframe the foundational narrative of the United States and African Americans' contributions to its development. It's also a podcast! Library workers have facilitated this access by creating the go/1619/ link. If you are off campus, you can use go.middlebury.edu/1619. This content can also be accessed via the New York Times (NYT) online archive. Just search for '1619 Project'. You will need an NYT subscription to access the archives: students can sign up for a free NYT online subscription by going to go/nytpass/.

 

Articles included in this August 2019 special issue of The New York Times Magazine are listed below by title and accompanied by the authors' names:

 

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