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Documenting Racism

summary ↠ Documenting Racism From the silent era through the 1950s the US Department of Agriculture was the preeminent government filmmaking organization In the United States USDA films were shown in movie theaters public and private schools at all educational levels churches libraries and even in open fields For many Americans in the early 1900s the USDA films were the first motion pict.

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summary ↠ Documenting Racism Ures they watched And yet USDA documentaries have received little serious scholarly attention The lack of serious study is especially concerning since the films chronicle over half a century of American farm life and agricultural work and in so doing also chronicle the social cultural and political changes in the United States at a crucial time in its develop.

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summary ↠ Documenting Racism Ment into a global superpower Focusing specifically on four key films Winn explicates the representation of African Americans in these films within the socio political context of their times The book provides a clearer understanding of how politics and filmmaking converged to promote a governmentally sanctioned view of racism in the US in the early 20th centu.

  • Hardcover
  • 168
  • Documenting Racism
  • J. Emmett Winn
  • English
  • 13 October 2020
  • 9780826405555

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