Video for Social Change Oral History collection, 2014
Using These Materials
- Collection is open for research.
- Duke University. Center for Documentary Studies, Archive of Documentary Arts (Duke University), and Human Rights Archive (Duke University)
- Video for Social Change was a documentary film course taught by Bruce Orenstein at the Center for Documentary Studies in the spring of 2014. The collection includes eight interviews, with North Carolina social justice activists James Andrews, Rukiya Dillahunt, Anita Earls, Angaza Laughinghouse, Dani Moore, Allison Riggs, Melinda Wiggins, and Mel Williams. The materials in the collection include camera footage in AVCHD format, edited master videos in MP4 format, transcripts, and releases for eight interviews.
0.5 Linear Feet
1 hard drive (191GB) , 1 folder, 1 googledrive link
- Materials in English
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- Scope and Content:
Video for Social Change was a documentary film course taught by Bruce Orenstein at the Center for Documentary Studies in the spring of 2014. Focusing on the production of advocacy videos for social change, the course introduced knowledge and skill sets needed to make effective videos for grassroots organizations, exploring how video is integrated into organizing strategies to achieve better results. Student projects consisted of video oral histories with social justice advocates in North Carolina, including James Andrews, Rukiya Dillahunt, Anita Earls, Angaza Laughinghouse, Dani Moore, Allison Riggs, Melinda Wiggins, and Mel Williams. The materials in the collection Include raw footage, edited projects, transcripts, and releases.
- Processing information:
Processed by: Craig Breaden, June 2014.
Accessions described in this finding aid: 2014-0095
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Poverty -- North Carolina
Migrant agricultural laborers -- North Carolina
Suffrage -- North Carolina
Civil rights -- North Carolina
Oral histories (document genre)
Archive of Documentary Arts (Duke University)
Human Rights Archive (Duke University)
- North Carolina -- Social conditions
Using These Materials
Collection is open for research.
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[Identification of item], Video for Social Change Oral History Collection, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.