Nabb Center collecting Black Lives Matter movement materials

SALISBURY, Md. – Salisbury Univeristy’s Edward H. Nabb Center is collecting materials to remember the Black Lives Matter movement, and they need your help to do so.

The Center is looking for photos, videos, even journal entries, really anything that commemorates the Black lives matter movement and how people here on Delmarva got involved.

Ian Post with the Nabb Center tells us that they’re looking to make this collection so that future generations can see how the movement was experienced here on Delmarva, not solely through the eyes of news media.

“The idea is to actively capture this documentation, so in the future there’s not a gap in historical record,” he said.

If you want to contribute something to this collection you can reach out to Ian Post at He says there is no deadline to submit anything and they will actively be collecting materials.

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