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Black lives matter movement

 Subject
Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Black Lives Matter Memorial Fence Artifact Collection

 Collection — External hard drive DIG_00030
Identifier: 208
Content Description Please note: This collection contains strong language, references to police brutality, and violent imagery. The Black Lives Matter Memorial Fence Artifact Collection consists of posters, banners, clothing, photographs, and ephemeral objects attached to the Black Lives Matter Memorial Fence (BLM Fence) surrounding Lafayette Square in Washington, D.C, from June 2020 to January 2021. The artifacts were attached to the fence to protest the treatment of Black and Brown communities by police and...
Dates: 2020 or 2021

Black Lives Matter Memorial Fence Artifact Collection

 Digital Collection
Identifier: blmf
Dates: 2020 or 2021

Black Lives Matter Memorial Fence Oral History

 Digital Record
Identifier: dcpl_blm_memorialfence
Dates: 2021-02-05

Black Lives Matter Memorial Fence Photographs

 Unprocessed Material — External hard drive DIG_00030
Identifier: 2021.039
Dates: 2021-02 - 2021-04

Black Lives Matter Panels

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: 2021.006
Dates: 2020-05-25 - 2020-08-10

Duane Sylvestre interview, 2020-12-10

 Item
Identifier: dcpl_dcohc026_02.wav
Abstract

This is an individual interview of Duane Sylvestre in which he discusses his experiences as an bar professional, reflecting his Trinidadian heritage in his approach to mixology, the visibility of Black bartenders in the industry, and how the service industry has changed as a result of COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter protests.

Dates: 2020-12-10

Lauren Paylor interview, 2020-06-30

 Item
Identifier: dcpl_dcohc026_04.wav
Abstract

This is an individual interview of Lauren Paylor in which she discusses her experiences as a Black mixologist and bartender, being a part of the local Shaw community, and the community of Black bartenders in D.C. during the COVID-19 pandemic and 2020 protests.

Dates: 2020-06-30

Mia 'Mimi' Evans interview, 2020-12-06

 Item
Identifier: dcpl_dcohc026_05.wav
Abstract

This is an individual interview of Mimi Evans in which she discusses being a Black mixologist, mother, and small business owner in the D.C. metropolitan area, and the effects of gentrification, the COVID-19 pandemic and 2020 protests on her personal and professional life

Dates: 2020-12-06