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Remembering Deanna Marcum Photo courtesy ITHAKA S+R We are deeply saddened by the passing of Deanna Marcum in August. Deanna was CLIR’s first president and led its two

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Number 148 / July-August 2022 Subscribe Contents Study Reveals New Findings on Longevity of Legacy Magnetic Audio Tape A new study published by CLIR suggests

Travel to Nashville, Tennessee, “the cradle of student protest,” to learn about Fisk University’s activist legacy–from the Jubilee Singers in the 1800s to the sit-ins of the 1960s to Black Lives Matter today.

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