Subseries 1.1: "Anti-Racism and Me" video interviews, Fall 2020
Scope and Contents
The final project for this class, called “Anti-Racism and Me,” was an exploration of each student's relationship to anti-racism past, present, and future. At the beginning of the semester, each student was assigned: 1) a peer who’s story they would collect via interview, record and submit; and 2) a peer who would do the same for them. The professor provided prompts ahead of time to aid in the interviews.
These interviews are digitized and accessible through the Digital Media Repository. (Click digital object link in red box to access.)
- Creation: Fall 2020
Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open for research.
From the Series: 12.9 Gigabytes (Born-digital files, comprised of the class syllabus from Dr. Jackson Bartlett, and video interviews of the students by their classmate peers, exploring each student's relationship to anti-racism, past, present, and future.)
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English