Blogs

#Nerdland answers “What’s at stake in this election?”

Sara Kugler, @sarakug
November 5, 2012

“Women’s right to choose”

http://youtu.be/YQlxsHLyseA

“It’s always about foreign policy”

http://youtu.be/jjBHbc5xuWM

“Immigration reform”

http://youtu.be/HZ_L8dKm0_0

“Everything”

http://youtu.be/S378Fq8jQHY

“Supreme Court justice appointment”

http://youtu.be/2B9B_sEpbW0

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A Sister’s Pulse on Politics: Theresa

Ariel Guidry
October 29, 2012

A Sister’s Pulse on Politics: Theresa from Ariel Guidry on Vimeo.

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Video Interview with Filmmaker Nev Nnaji

Ariel Guidry and Trimiko Melancon
October 24, 2012

All three parts are now available from our interview with filmmaker Nev Nnaji, creator of the documentary “Reflections Unheard: Black Women in Civil Rights.” Her documentary looks at the marginalization of black women during the Civil Rights Era between the ideologies of Black Power and Feminism.

Nev came to Tulane on October 8th to screen her documentary; our Visiting Scholar Trimiko Melancon and Media Intern Ariel Guidry had a chance to sit down with her and talk about her inspiration, the subject of her film and the production process. Ariel filmed and edited the interview between Nev and Dr.…

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A Sister’s Pulse on Politics: Juliesa

Ariel Guidry
October 17, 2012

This is the first of our pre-election video blogs, filmed and produced by the Anna Julia Cooper Project Media Intern, Ariel Guidry. The video blogs feature women of color on Tulane’s campus discussing the upcoming Presidential election and the upcoming Orleans Parish School Board election here in New Orleans.

A Sister’s Pulse on Politics: Juliesa from Ariel Guidry on Vimeo.

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