Category: Short Films for Clients

Preserving Justice

In 1963, African-Americans in Birmingham, Alabama protested discrimination with daily demonstrations in public facilities and sit-ins at lunch counters. According to historian James Patterson, “More than any event to that time, it forced Americans to sit up and take notice.” In the weeks that followed, there were more than 750 demonstrations in cities across the …

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Change Agents – UA and Beyond

Dr. John L. Blackburn was a long-time professor and student affairs administrator at the university who inspired his students to become agents of positive change.

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Water|Ways Oral History Videos

Between June 2017 and April 2018, the Water|Ways exhibit from the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service was on display in six Alabama Cities - Eufaula, Decatur, Alexander City, Spanish Fort, Jasper and Selma.

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