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Tag Archives: National Museum of African American History and Culture
A graduate student in Public History and two film students have created a short but excellent documentary for The National Museum of African American History and Culture. Titled Seeds of Resistance, the film is described as, “An untold story of community activism centered around the African American community in Richmond, Virginia during the 1904 streetcar boycotts.”
The documentary focuses on Richmond in the early 20th century, local activism, and the crushing impact of Jim Crow laws on the African American community.
Errol Somay, Director of the Library of Virginia’s Virginia Newspaper Project, contributed to the narration. Also included, from the Library of Virginia’s collection, are stunning images from the Richmond Planet.
Anyone interested in the Richmond streetcar boycotts will benefit from viewing Seeds of Resistance.
Produced by: Bethany Nagle
Associate Producer: Chelsey Cartwright
Cinematography and Editing: Elizabeth Herzfeldt-Kamprath… read more »