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The Public History Media Blitz! Season 1 Intro/Teaser

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From 2017 – 2020, public historian Sophia V. Nelson, documented the following images which are included in this video:

• Earvin “Magic” Johnson, Jr. statue at Los Angeles Staples Center

• Professor and Cultural Historian, Jamal Tourè, performing at 2018 Sugar Cane Festival in Riceboro, Georgia

• Zora Neale Hurston historic market in St. Augustine, Florida

• Martin Luther King, Jr. Street Walking Tour in Selma, Alabama

• 2017 Juneteenth Celebration in Atlanta, Georgia

• Display at Pocahontas Island Museum in Petersburg, Virginia

• Ray Charles Memorial in Albany, Georgia • 2016 John Coltrane International Jazz & Blues Festival hat

• Re-enactors and guests at Fort Mose Historic State Park in St. Augustine, Florida

**Content contributor submission, Jenn P. in Brooklyn, New York

• Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr Birth Home in Atlanta, Georgia

• Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama. Collected on the day of late Congressman John Lewis funeral service

• National Voting Rights Museum roadway sign (Selma, Alabama)

• Jackson Ward Historic District mural in Richmond, Virginia

• Hippodrome Theater in Richmond, Virginia

• African American Civil War Museum in Washington, DC with visitor Geronimo C.

• Spirituals album part of The Maryland-National Capital Park & Planning Commission collection

• a guest at the Nat Turner Library annual Black Books Awards & Festival. The library is located in Petersburg, Virginia


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