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Two films I taught with for years by African American woman filmmakers. Julie Dash went on to make Daughter of the Dust. A Place of Rage is a celebration of African American women.

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Compilation of works acquired for research for my doctoral disseration, and then monograph, "AIDS TV" by friends and colleagues in the AIDS activist video movement. A Part of Me is a portrait of for GMHC's Living with AIDS Show, 1993. Featuring Alida…

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Acquired for research for my doctoral disseration, and then monograph, "AIDS TV." Ellen Spiro is a friend and fellow AIDS video activist videomaker and documentarian. I interview her in my documentary "Video Remains" (2005) as well as many other…

gift from filmmaker. Yvonne is my longtime friend and collaborator. I teach her films frequently in courses on feminist, queer, and documentary film. We co-edited Sisters in the Life: A History of Out African-American Media Making (2018).

Gift from filmmaker, used for teaching and research.

Gift from filmmaker. For research and teaching.

Dub for teaching. I used these films often in my first years teaching feminist and women's film. Maybe Women Make Movies or the artists sent them to me for research for Women of Vision.

Gift from filmmaker. I believe I acquired many of Charlene's films when I wrote a letter of evaulation for her as a fellow academic. I also knew her socially from Philly when I was making The Watermelon Woman with Cheryl Dunye.

Acquired for Alexandra Juhasz's doctoral dissertation, which then became her book entitled "AIDS TV." Although initially digitized for Alex's Fall 2018 VHS Archives class, her Spring 2020 VHS Archives class has found particular interest in this…
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