"Historian Charles Chavis, Jr. will screen Hidden in Full View: Out of the Archive, Racist Plans are Laid Bare a short film he produced and co-wrote that introduces the story of the lynching of Matthew Williams in 1931. After the screening he will discuss the process of researching and writing The Silent Shore: The Lynching of Matthew Williams and the Politics of Racism in the Free State (2022). He will focus on the institutional and descriptive challenges of archival research and the importance of community archives in the fight for transformative justice." (Promo Copy)
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