This exhibit was curated by USF School of Information graduate students: Alexandra Curran, Peter Cannon, Mary Beth Isaacson, and Kimberly Nordon
Undergraduate researchers: Danielle Haberer, USF School of Mass Communications, and Brendan Driscoll, USF College of Arts and Sciences, Department of History
Video Post-production consultant: Jane Duncan, Media Resource Specialist
Faculty Advisor: Barbara Lewis, Digital Initiatives & Services Coordinator
With assistance from:
USF Tampa Library Holocaust and Genocide Studies Librarian: Musa Olaka
USF Tampa Library Special Collections Librarian: Melaine Griffin
USF Tampa Library Director of Special and Digital Collections: Mark I. Greenberg
Banner artwork: USF Tampa Library Webmaster, Paul Trusik, based on the photograph "A weeping mother with baby on her back in Rwanda," courtesy of Samer Muscati from his book The Men Who Killed Me. All proceeds from the book are used to help female survivors of the Rwandan genocide.
Special thanks to Make a Difference Media for permission to use all video segments in the Speaking Out exhibit.
Use of the featured video segments must conform to Fair Use as defined by Title 17, U.S. code, sections 107-118.
This exhibit was completed and published in 2009.