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Wednesday, April 17, 2024

For the Daily Cardinal's second Action Project, the Documentary team took a special look at racial political advocacy for the political advocacy focused project. With a historic comparative analysis of modern day, the mini-documentary follows the story of former Badger, Andrew Goodman during the Civil Rights movement, comparing his efforts to those of the present day as demonstrated by groups such as UW Blackout or Young, Gifted and Black.

Historical photos: Wisconsin Historical Society Present day photos: Daily Cardinal photo staff Take back the path cinematography: Tara Loranza Mizzou photos: Ryan Yan March on Washington footage (Public Domain of the National Archives and Record Administration): https://archive.org/details/gov.archives.arc.49737 Other footage: Daily Cardinal Multimedia staff. Editing and production: Lisa Milter & Jen Wagman data collection: Daily Cardinal documentary team

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