When Kevin Marks turned his archive into a free reading resource, it developed into a network determined to preserve skate culture, promote literacy and celebrate community. The intersectional magazine explores how women experience pain in a society that seems pitted against them. Popular Now.
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The final print edition of Jet magazine with a cover declaring it "an American icon" is displayed with vintage copies of the magazine at the Chicago offices of Johnson Publishing Company on June 9, A judge in Chicago approved the sale as part of an auction to pay off secured creditors of the Johnson Publishing Company, which sold the magazines three years ago. Now the owners promise to donate the more than 4 million prints and negatives from Ebony and Jet magazines chronicling African American history to the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture and the Getty Research Institute.
The most significant collection of photographs depicting African-American life in the 20th century is being auctioned. Historians fear the archive could end up hidden away. Coretta Scott King, the civil rights activist, in
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The poems not only voice a vision of black identity, but also depict a distinctly American experience. As the editors explain in their introduction:. Each poet is introduced with a concise biographical and literary commentary, which provides useful context and understanding.
F or more than 25 years, Randolph Linsly Simpson, a white man, collected objects relating to the African-American experience. He developed a deep appreciation for African-American culture that dates to his childhood in Rochester, New York. His passion for collecting grew over the years, fueled by a desire to preserve the material record of black history in America which was rapidly disappearing. The Collection is one of many housed in the Beinecke Library that documents American history in all its aspects.