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Monuments and Memory Work: a Resource for Learning: WATCH

In 2020, controversies over Confederate monuments and memorialization of white “founders” across the United States have led to increased public awareness of the important role that history and memory play in our efforts to forge a more equitable future. T
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Videos

A Conversation About Confederate Monuments and Memory. Available online

"Interview with Robin Kelley." , directed by Stanley Nelson. , produced by Stanley Nelson, Firelight Media, and WGBH-FM Radio. , WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017. Available online at Alexander Street.

Robin Kelley Interview about Emmett Till, an African-American teenager who was lynched in Mississippi at the age of 14 after reportedly flirting with a white woman.

Monuments, Public Memory, and the Artist. Available online

Panel: “As the Statues Fall: A conversation about monuments and the power of memory,” with LaVaughn Belle, Visual Artist; Nicholas Galanin, Tlingit/Unanga Multi-Disciplinary Artist; Dell Upton, PhD, Professor and Chair of Art History, UCLA; Tsione Wolde-Michael, Curator, Smithsonian-NMAH. Moderated by Tiffany Cain, PhD, Cotsen Postdoctoral Fellow in the Princeton Society of Fellows. Available online.

 

"Racial Superiority (William Shockley/Frances Welsing)." , directed by Bob Morris. , produced by James Cannady, Sheryl J. Cannady, and Tony Brown. , Tony Brown Productions, 1990. Available online at Alexander Street.

 

"The Slavery Controversy." , directed by Bob Morris. , produced by Tony Brown, et al. , Tony Brown Productions, 1994. Available online at Alexander Street.

 

"State of Hate: The Explosion of White Supremacy." , directed by Anonymous , produced by Cable News Network (CNN). , Cable News Network (CNN), 2019. Available online at Alexander Street.

 

"What does it Mean to be White? the Invisible Whiteness of being." , directed by Wing S. Derald. , Microtraining Associates, 2004. Available online at Alexander Street.