Credits and Acknowledgements

This site would not have been possible without the efforts and help of a large number of individuals and institutions.

Site Credits:

Executive Editor: Vivian Ducat
Managing Editor: Jerome Kisslinger
Project Manager: Kirsten Hudson
Director of Production: Jason Fox
Archival Managers: James Burger, Kathryn Pope
Video Editor: Mercedes Curutchet
Director of Video Production: Vincent Aliberto
Still Photography: Richard Cunningham, Carlos Zambrano
Design: Sasha Mysakova, Richard Cunningham
Development: Sasha Mysakova, Carlos Zambrano
Copyeditors: Plaegian Alexander, Brock Pennington

Historical Consultants:

Manning Marable, Director, Center for Contemporary Black History
Kenneth T. Jackson, Barzun Professor of History and the Social Sciences

Special Thanks:

Katherine Adamenko, The New York City Police Museum
Chris Antkowiak, Preservation Reformatting Department
Jean Ashton, Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Carol Banks, Office of David Dinkins
Corrinne Collett
Amy Cooper, University of Iowa Libraries
Andrew Dolkart
Marlaine Glicksman
Jeffrey Gurock
Nancy Groce
Dorothy Height
Tad Hershorn, Institute of Jazz Studies, Rutgers University
Roger Lang, New York Landmarks Conservancy
Chris Lentz, Preservation Reformatting Department
Robert McCaughey
Walter Naegle
Jeff Perry
Caroline Rowan, Office of Assemblyman Herman Farrell Jr.
Consuela Sanchez, Oral History Research Office
Jeffrey Shandler
Ellen Shea, Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University
Holly Cowan Shulman
Steven Siegel, 92nd Street Y
Wayne Taylor
Jennifer Ulrich, Columbia University Archives-Columbiana Library
Stephanie Walker, Columbia University Press
Watson-Guptill Publications
Jessica Wiederhorn, Oral History Research Office

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