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First interview session with Faith Ringgold, Part 3

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Ringgold, Faith, 1930-2024  Search this
Freeman, Linda, 1941-  Search this
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No place, unknown, or undetermined
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1 videocassette (Betacam) ; 19 min., 54 sec.
Audio content is in right channel only. Questions are difficult to hear. Video is Linda Freeman interviewing Faith Ringgold. Discussion topics are wide-ranging and include Ringgold's life, artistic career and her inspirations, career and experiences as a teacher, Ringgold's observations about life of African Americans and limitations and lack of opportunities, African American art forms such as rapping, breakdance and graffiti, and importance of perseverance. Recording is the third part of Freeman's first interview session with Ringgold. See items 25035-25036 and 25038-25039 for the other parts.
Faith Ringgold and Linda Freeman. First interview session with Faith Ringgold, Part 3, 1994. Linda Freeman papers, 1971-2015. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution Washington, D.C. 20560
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Linda Freeman papers, 1971-2015, bulk 1990-2011
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Archives of American Art