• The Harlem History website presents a wealth of archival treasures and scholarship from Columbia.
  • Jazz Studies Online offers a wide range of digital resources—articles, book chapters, teaching materials, talks, internet links and performances—to represent the diversity and innovation in jazz studies.
  • Commissioned in 1936, the Harlem Hospital Center murals were the first major U.S. government commissions awarded to African American artists.
  • MAAP—an acronym for Mapping the African American Past—is bringing life to African American history in New York City for public school children across the area.
  • Notable New Yorkers offers audio recordings and transcripts of interviews with 10 influential citizens.
  • The Columbia 250 website features brief biographies of Columbians who made a major impact on the University, the nation and the world.
  • View a slideshow featuring great Columbians who made a difference.

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