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Race, Gender, Politics and History: Reconstructing Visibility of Black Women’s Activism - Shared screen with speaker view
Digital Public Library of America
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Taunya Banks
For Allison - in most photos Wells wears her hair naturally, but in a family photo her hair is “pressed”, the significance?
Shaneeˊ Murrain
Digital Public Library of America
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Christopher Harter
Tiyi M. Morris. Womanpower Unlimited and the Black Freedom Struggle in Mississippi. Univ of Georgia Press, 2015
Christopher Harter
Amistad does have 14 collections in the LDL. They are presented through our partnership with Tulane University, but future entires will come under our own banner. Can also find here: https://www.amistadresearchcenter.org/digital-projects
Allison Robinson
Thank you Leanne Daffner! That is an excellent point!
Allison Robinson
The University of Chicago does not state hw the Ida B. Wells Collection came to the university on its website. But it does note that is a multi-generational collection. So it is possible that the family donated the collection to the university.
Allison Robinson
Here is the Narratives/Counternarratives digital history project starting from the introductory panel. My students did a great job explaining their rationale for organizing their research this way! https://voices.uchicago.edu/reproducingraceandgender/
Gabriela Suarez
Thank you, beyond interesting, fascinating! I've learned so much and will continue to look for opportunities to continue learning.
Ionnie McNeill
thank you
Dominique St. Victor
Thank you!