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Black Natchez, a film by Edward Pincus

Black Natchez

Black Natchez

Black Natchez, a documentary film by fimmaker Ed Pincus, documents race relations and civil rights efforts in Natchez, Mississippi, following the murder of Wharlest Jackson in February 1965. Pincus' cinema verite style captures attempts to organize and register Black voters and the formation of a self defense group in the Black community in Natchez.

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Sounding Translation

Sounding Translation

Sounding Translation

Sounding Translation is an Internet-accessible interview series that features audio interviews in which translators reflect on the experience of translating contemporary poetry. As an ongoing digitized oral history project, it traces the development of relationships of exchange and collaboration among American poet-translators and their international peers working in languages including Arabic French, German, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese.

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Newcomb College Scrapbooks

Newcomb College Scrapbooks

Newcomb College Scrapbooks

The scrapbooks today form one of the cornerstones to the Newcomb Archives and especially show the trajectories of lives in the period 1900-1945. The women sought to document diverse experiences.

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Sunrise Bakery, Algiers

Cole Coleman Louisiana Photographs

Cole Coleman Louisiana Photographs

Commercial photographer Howard C. "Cole" Coleman (1883-1969) captured Louisiana subjects for popular magazines such as "Antiques" and "LIFE." His collection of more than 500 images documents significant cultural events, celebrity visits, historic places and industrial developments.

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Dillard campus stroll

Social Framework: Photographs by Marion Palfi, 1945-1960

Social Framework: Photographs by Marion Palfi, 1945-1960

The "Social Framework: Photographs by Marion Palfi, 1945-1960," digital collection highlights images captured by socially conscious photographer Marion Palfi. Palfi's photographs depict various scenes of people and daily life from the 1940s-1960s. The photographs include scenes from the Harlem neighborhood in New York City, the City College of New York, Columbia University, New York Hospital, Memorial Hospital, Sydenham Hospital, World War II servicemen and war plants, Pittsburgh steel mills, Dillard University in New Orleans (Louisiana) American Missionary Association (AMA) schools, as well as the daily life of African Americans living in the segregated South.

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