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KBWC is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 91.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Marshall, TX. The station airs urban contemporary programming.
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Free Community Lecture at Marshall Public Library on August 4
Archivist Raegan Stearns presents UNSHUTTERED: Picturing African American Life and Culture
MARSHALL, Texas (July 23, 2018) --- At 12 noon on Saturday, August 4, Raegan Stearns will present a free lecture entitled “UNSHUTTERED: Picturing African American Life and Culture” at the Marshall Public Library (300 S. Alamo Blvd., Marshall, Texas). Stearns will discuss an exhibit she compiled featuring the work of African American professional photographers who captured civil rights protesters, church functions, school events, and marriages throughout the 20th century.
Professional photographer Charles Washington was a Marshall, Texas native. His work and contributions from other regional photographers will be featured in the Unshuttered lecture and exhibit. The pictures will show African-American life and culture from the early twentieth century through the Civil Rights era.
Raegan Stearns holds a master’s degree in Library Science with an Archives Management Concentration from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge and a bachelor’s degree in English (African and African Diaspora Studies) with a Minor in Art History from Tulane University in New Orleans. A former archivist and instructor at Southern University at Shreveport, Stearns is currently a community rep for the Digital Public Library of America and an Archives and Library Specialist for RCS Consulting.
A picture can be worth a thousand words. As part of her Unshuttered lecture, Stearns will offer attendees the opportunity to use visual literacy skills to decode uncaptioned pictures. The lecture will highlight how the story of a community can be told visually through its photographs.
This program is made possible in part by a grant from Humanities Texas, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Additional sponsors are the Bishop Blue Foundation and Cloud & Clay.
Bishop Blue celebrates the living legacy of Bishop College --- the historically Black school established by Northern missionaries and freed slaves in 1881. When it closed in 1988, it was known for producing teachers, preachers, and leaders for the Ark-La-Tex region it served. Our programming preserves the memory and informs the future.
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