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Notes on Notes from the Field (2019) by Anna Deavere Smith

I started blogging about oral history as a mode within the documentary arts not just to “teach” about this kind of work, but also to educate myself; though I’m already actively working in this mode, there’s still a lot that … Continue reading

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Why PBS, and Viewers Like You, Must Continue Saving POV and Independent Lens

[NOTE: This piece was first published on September 8, 2015, at Medium. It was subsequently named a “Must-Read” by MediaShift, and shared on social media by Los Angeles Times TV columnist Robert Lloyd, San Francisco Chronicle theater critic Ellin Stein, Gideon’s … Continue reading

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