Yale University


Website: Yale, Slavery and Abolition. http://www.yaleslavery.org/ (includes a 2001 report to download on slavery at Yale)

"The Slavery Legacy" at Yale, by Mark Alden Branch '86:
http://www.yalealumnimagazine.com/issues/02_02/slavery.html

Yale's first endowed professorship and the slave trade: http://www.yaleslavery.org/Endowments/e1prof.html

Slave Traders in Yale's Past: http://www.stratalum.org/nytimes81501.html

"Should Yale Apologize for Slavery?" History News Network. http://hnn.us/articles/213.html

Brent Staples, Wrestling with the Legacy of Slavery at Yale, NYT, 8/4/2001. http://www.stratalum.org/nytimes81501.html




Portrait of Elihu Yale (being waited on by a black man with a silver collar around his neck) removed:
http://articles.courant.com/2007-02-08/news/0702080872_1_yale-s-vice-president-slave-trade-portrait

http://www.yaledailynews.com/news/university-news/2007/02/07/univ-to-retire-racist-portrait/

Sarah Doyle: " Benjamin Silliman of Yale plays a prominent role. His family were not the slave traders the Livingstons were, but they did own slaves." See:
http://www.yaleslavery.org/WhoYaleHonors/silliman.html