The Louis A. Berry Institute for Civil Rights & Justice at the Southern University Law Center is in partnership with FRONTLINE PBS Un(re)solved to present a single panel installation exhibition. The augmented-reality installation, titled Un(re)solved is located in the Ruth J. Hill Peters Civil Rights room of the Southern University Law Center Library and will be available for the public to view April 11, 2022 - June 2, 2022.
Un(re)solved tells a story of lives cut short and examines a federal effort to investigate more than 150 civil rights era cold cases.
Say their names. Know their stories. Who are the men, women, and children whose cases were re-examined under the Emmett Till Unsolved Civil Rights Crime Act? In the Un(re)solved installation, explore a living quilt and use augmented reality to bring to life the stories woven throughout. Learn about a federal effort to grapple with America’s legacy of racist killings.
Un(re)solved Exhibit Guide
Visit the Un(re)solved installation. Free admission. Registration is required. Please register here.
Visiting Hours for School Tours
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Visiting Hours for the General Public
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Sunday 2 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Meet Un(re)solved Creative Director Tamara Shogaolu
Tamara Shogaolu is a multimedia artist and filmmaker. As part of the FRONTLINE PBS Un(re)solved initiative, Shogaolu created an immersive experience that honors the memories of more than 150 people killed during the civil rights movement.
In it, she skillfully weaves together elements of art, technology, and journalism to tell very difficult history while appreciating the lives cut short by racial violence. - @ PBS
In the News
FRONTLINE PBS/Southern University Law Center
- Check out the national civil rights augmented reality exhibit at the Southern University Law Center
- Civil Rights-era cold case exhibit open at SULC until June
- Try the nationwide civil rights augmented actuality exhibit on the Southern College Legislation Middle
- Taking a look at America’s Un(re)solved history
- FRONTLINE Announces Un(re)solved, an Unprecedented Multiplatform Investigation of Civil Rights Era Cold Case Murders