William Monroe Trotter institute of the University of Massachusetts Boston was founded in 1984 to address the needs and concerns of the Black community and communities of color in Boston and Massachusetts through research, technical assistance, and public service.
The institute publishes the Trotter Review, a journal of articles addressing current Black studies, race, and race relations in the United States and abroad.
The institute also publishes research reports and occasional papers on a broad range of topics in the areas of education, employment and training, public health, economic and community development, as well as race relations.
For the archives of Eagle Forward, visit University Archives & Special Collection's digital collections site Open Archives at UMass Boston. The Eagle Forward was an official military publication that ran from September 14th, 1950 (the first issue was titled Eagle’s Flight) to October 1st, 1951. It was published by and for personnel of the 24th Infantry Regiment under supervision of the Public Information Office, 24th Infantry Regiment, Korea, APO 25. The African-American 24th Infantry was one of the last segregated regiments in the U.S. Army.