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Artists, Black

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Northington, Jake. Interview, 2019-11-22

Identifier: SC027-13
Scope and Contents

Jake Northington is a California State University San Marcos alumnus. He graduated with his degree in Photography in 2019. In this interview, Jake discusses his artistic influences, the importance of Black representation in his photography, and his involvement in CSUSM’s Black Student Center and the Black SistaHood.

Dates: 2019-11-22

Poellnitz, Dinah. Interview, 2023-04-05

Identifier: SC027-025
Scope and Contents

Oral History Interview of Dinah Poellnitz on April 5, 2023. Interview discusses Dinah Poellnitz’s community engagement within the city of Oceanside through art. In particular, the interview focuses on Poellnitz's involvement in the founding of the Hill Street Country Club art gallery in Oceanside, CA. Poellnitz discusses how to navigate through the art community as a Black woman, emphasizing the importance of equity and inclusion.

Dates: 2023-04-05

The Door (Vol. 3, No. 4), 1971-07-21

Scope and Contents "The Connie is No Lady" [attack aircraft carrier USS Constellation, Non-Violent Action (NVA) works to keep the Connie in San Diego]; "Caution -- Hitchhiking May Be Hazardous To Your Health" [police, hitchikers, and Uptown Optimist Club of San Diego]; "Priest Suspended Over Tortilla" [Father Victor Salandini, active with United Farm Workers Organizing Committee, suspeded from all priestly offices]; [Comics: Studly; Smile; Rodney, Undercover Agent; Kabibblerfunnies; The Newly Weds]; "Reader's...
Dates: Publication: 1971-07-21