THE CHANGE WE SEEK: Creative History as Social Justice

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Title: THE CHANGE WE SEEK: Creative History as Social Justice
Author: Bailey, Darrien Douglass
Advisors: Dr. Derek Ham
Dr. Blair L.M. Kelley
Marc Russo
Abstract: Abstract In what ways could digital tools enhance the historical material of oral history to inspire public engagement and deepen understanding of the complexity of systemic racism in America? The Change We Seek is a project that intends to promote social change through reimagining how oral history can be used and presented to better inform collegiate and high school students on complex issues of race in American society. Through utilizing the educational value of sharing narratives from people of color (POC), and animation, this project is an all-out effort to redefine how oral history has the potential to provoke a realization within the American public of its sizeable racial disparity. The research included in this paper also documents significant historical and theoretical research that shapes the content produced for The Change We Seek. This research charts numerous instances of how the foundations which shape American society, most specifically education, have significantly affected the lives of black people forcing readers and viewers of content produced from The Change Week Seek to understand the gravity of America’s racial divide.
Date: 10-05-2021
Degree: M.A.D.
Discipline: Art + Design
URI: https://www.lib.ncsu.edu/resolver/1840.20/39974


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