Film, Video Kekla Magoon: National Book Festival 2021
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- Kekla Magoon: National Book Festival 2021
- Kekla Magoon discusses "Revolution in Our Time: The Black Panther Party's Promise to the People" (Candlewick) with Liv Aspholm, student ambassador from 2020-2021 National Ambassador Jason Reynolds' GRAB THE MIC program. The book relays an essential retelling of the Black Panthers as both militant revolutionaries and human rights advocates working to defend and protect Black communities. Bonus content: Teen interns from the Library's summer teen intensive internship introduce their peers to a few of their favorite resources from the Library's website, including Chronicling America, research guides and By the People, the Library's crowdsourced transcription project.
- Event Date
- September 17, 2021
- Running Time
- 36 minutes 9 seconds
- Online Format
- online text
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