Langsdale and Baltimore ’68 honored by National Council of Public Historians

award recipients
The National Council of Public Historians awarded the Baltimore ’68 Riots and Rebirth Conference with the 2009 NCPH Outstanding Project Award for excellence in work that contributes to a broader public reflection and appreciation of the past and that serves as a model of professional public history practice.

Tom Hollowak, Associate Director for Special Collections (far left in photo) received the award on April 3 at the Council’s annual conference with conference coordinators Jessica Elfenbein, Elizabeth Nix, Kimberley Lynne and Christina Ralls.

Tom also participated in a panel discussion, Community Perspectives: Commemorating Riots & Rebirth in Baltimore & Newark with his UB colleagues and staff from the Newark Historical Society on April 2.

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