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The Rondo Neighborhood & African American History in St. Paul, MN: 1900s to Current

Volante, Alisha

Rondo Avenue Inc. is dedicated to preserving, conserving, and accurately interpreting the contributions of African-Americans to the City of St. Paul. It is because of this that they are putting together a digital collection of documents that discuss the impact and repercussions of the construction of I-94 on Saint Paul’s black community of Rondo. A student researcher is needed to compile research on the history and destruction of Rondo by the construction of I-94 by creating a Finding Aid. By doing so, it will make information on Rondo more accessible to interested parties.

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Conducted on behalf of Rondo Avenue Inc. Supported by the Kris Nelson Community-Based Research Program, a program of the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA) at the University of Minnesota.
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