Inclusive History and Images Project
About the Project
In 2020, Loyola Marymount University began its Anti-Racism Project to make the university as much an anti-racist institution as possible. The Inclusive History and Images Project is an important initiative in that project.
Though the general history of Loyola University, Marymount College, and LMU is known, faculty and staff are also keenly aware that there are stories that have not been documented, experiences that have not been expressed. Too often these overlooked occurrences involved Black, Latino/a and Latinx, Asian American and Pacific Islander, and LGBTQ members of the LMU family. The IHIP seeks to address these important gaps in our understanding of our own institutional history by gathering stories and images from alumni to tell the full and inclusive LMU story.
This website will collect and offer these stories to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion. It will allow us to better understand where we have been and where a better future can begin.
Photo: Students browse course options in the LMU Bulletin, 1974.
LMU Stories: Remembering Our History, Reclaiming Ourselves
We lift up one of the stories from LMU’s past that helps us to reclaim our identity as an institution. Such stories help us stitch together our collective identity from the diverse stories that have woven us into the university we are today. Some stories, like this one, are uplifting, while others are not. This iconic story about the LMU football team of 1950, is excerpted from an article written by Brennan Campbell, a senior history major at LMU as part of a fall 2019 assignment for HIST 2910 “Telling History in Public” with Professor Elizabeth Drummond.Read More
Leadership & Steering Committee
Bryant Keith Alexander
Dean, College of Communication and Fine Arts, and interim Dean, School of Film & Television, co-chair
Head, Archives & Special Collections, William. H. Hannon Library
Intercultural Affairs Associate, Office of Intercultural Affairs
Michael Engh, SJ
Lisa Piumetti Farland
Executive Director, Alumni & Parent Engagement
Associate Provost, Career & Professional Development
Student, Loyola Law School, GSASLMU representative
Associate Professor, History Department
Student, ASLMU President
More from the Archives
Asians and Pacific Islanders constituted a small but growing sector of the LMU undergraduate population.
A pioneering African-American academic, with expertise in urban affairs, Professor James Kirk served as a consultant to numerous civic initiatives.
Photos from The Loyola Marymount University Historical Collection, courtesy of The William H. Hannon Library, University Archives.View Full Collection