Hello again! I’m your host (again), Kelsey Kim, C-SPAN Project Archivist. Today on the blog……..more about the C-SPAN project! Almost fooled you that this was about something else, right? Surprise! At this point, I imagine you’re thinking something along the lines of “This again? What more could she possibly have Continue Reading
Hello! It’s me again—Kelsey Kim: cereal lover, ghost story enthusiast, C-SPAN Project Archivist (today, I’ll be primarily focusing on that last one). We are still hard at work making the C-SPAN collection available to you, plugging away at the tasks of refining and redacting to present it as best we Continue Reading
Yesterday, I hit a milestone. I photographed the last document for our C-SPAN digitization project. Here’s how it feels to be done: To be honest, it was hard to imagine ever getting to this point. You plan a whole project with a two-year timeline and that two years feels very Continue Reading
This post was written by Tavia Wager, Research Services Assistant. Malcolm X remains a well-known and controversial leader of the American Civil Rights Movement. Assassinated in 1965, he is remembered for his leadership in the Nation of Islam (NOI), his views on Black Nationalism, and his identity as a Muslim. Continue Reading
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