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Nathan Cushing, VCU releases rare collection of Civil Rights protests photos
Over 250 photos taken during nonviolent civil rights protests in Farmville, VA have been curated by VCU in a new digital exhibit.
The Freedom Now Project, a collection of 277 photos taken in Summer 1963 taken in Summer 1963, aims to show the experience of local nonviolent civil dissent. VCU curators are hoping that by putting the photos online, the public will provide any information they have about the people and locations featured in 13 photo sets.
“The photographs in the Freedom Now Project make a significant contribution to our understanding of a very important event in the history of Virginia and the nation,” said Alice Campbell, a VCU Libraries digital initiatives archivist overseeing the project. “We hope that, by opening the collection up to comments, we can learn more about the people and events depicted, thereby increasing the collection’s value for future research, and preserving a record of Americans whose persistence and bravery helped move the nation closer to the promise of justice for all.”
Click here to see more photos and here for the Freedom Now Project’s full flickr.
HT The AHA’s What We’re Reading 4/17/2014

profkew:

Nathan Cushing, VCU releases rare collection of Civil Rights protests photos

Over 250 photos taken during nonviolent civil rights protests in Farmville, VA have been curated by VCU in a new digital exhibit.

The Freedom Now Project, a collection of 277 photos taken in Summer 1963 taken in Summer 1963, aims to show the experience of local nonviolent civil dissent. VCU curators are hoping that by putting the photos online, the public will provide any information they have about the people and locations featured in 13 photo sets.

“The photographs in the Freedom Now Project make a significant contribution to our understanding of a very important event in the history of Virginia and the nation,” said Alice Campbell, a VCU Libraries digital initiatives archivist overseeing the project. “We hope that, by opening the collection up to comments, we can learn more about the people and events depicted, thereby increasing the collection’s value for future research, and preserving a record of Americans whose persistence and bravery helped move the nation closer to the promise of justice for all.”

Click here to see more photos and here for the Freedom Now Project’s full flickr.

HT The AHA’s What We’re Reading 4/17/2014

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Sleeping with the skate deck! Ooooo La La!

This is the finish skate deck- my first but definitely not my last!

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#skate deck  #skateboarding  #drawing 

La Luz was published in the Bodega Monthly Anthology!

In February and January, I read two memoirs, La Luz and Doodle On, at the Bodega Bar on the first Sunday nights. 

Thanks so much, Rob Semple and Kelly Brannon!

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#bodega monthly  #bodega bar  #writing  #memoirs  #tiffany joy butler  #la luz