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MSA SC 6281-2-1
Video accessible in MSA Search Room. This collection is presented for personal use and may not be used in publications or redistributed without the creator's permission. Items in this collection may not be used for any commercial purpose without the express written permission from artist, Gordon Wallace, or other copyright holders as indicated.
Dates2021/02/01
Mediumvideo (MP4)
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Title: Black Churches – Part 1. Chestertown Unites Against Racism. Date: 2021/02/01 Description: Explores themes of religion and racism in society. The first video in the Chestertown Mayor’s (Chris Cerino) plan which is called Chestertown Unites Against Racism. The footage includes images from Series 1 of Gordon Wallace Collection. Credit: website, Chestertown Unites Against Racism
MSA SC 6281-2-2
Article accessible in MSA Search Room. This collection is presented for personal use and may not be used in publications or redistributed without the creator's permission. Items in this collection may not be used for any commercial purpose without the express written permission from artist, Gordon Wallace, or other copyright holders as indicated.
Dates2021/02
MediumDigital files (HTML and PDF)
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Baltimore Magazine, web article by Lydia Woolever, Photography by Greg Kahn, "Turning Tides: After decades of silence, the Eastern Shore begins to reckon with its difficult history." The story probes into the history of racial conflict and struggles of African Americans living in Talbot County, Dorchester County and Chestertown (Queen Anne's County). Gordon Wallace was interviewed and is quoted in this article and his street mural in Chestertown is featured. Wallace's ancestor, a Union veteran who was a founder of Sumner Hall in Chestertown also discussed.
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