News from RBML’s Archivists and Collections Managers | March and April 2022
News from the Rare Book & Manuscript Library includes of the results of an audio and moving images initiative, a three-year project that concluded at the end of March and featured a number of newly-digitized oral history collections.
America On Fire: A Conversation on Police Violence & Black Rebellion Since the 1960s [VIDEO]
The Lehman Center for American History hosted author Dr. Elizabeth Hinton for a conversation on police violence and Black rebellion since the 1960s with Professor Jelani Cobb of the Columbia School of Journalism.
‘He Never Stopped Ripping Things Up’: Inside Trump’s Relentless Document Destruction Habits
The Washington Post consults Director of the Rare Book & Manuscript Library Courtney Chartier to discuss President Donald Trump's frequent destruction of articles, briefings, schedules, and other documents.
Marvel Comics Shareholder Reports: A Marriage of Corporate and Creative
On December 17, 1991, a bombshell exploded in the worlds of comics, Wall Street, and the media: Marvel Comics released an impressive quarterly report to shareholders - formatted as a sensational comic by several of the brand's most iconic artists.