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Black Press Research Collective

With the word “collective” in the project title, the Black Press Research Collective (BPRC) is a collection of people, rather than artifacts. The five people listed on the about page represent a range of humanities and social studies disciplines: African-American history, communications, education, English, and history. An assistant professor of history, Kim Gallon is the project’s founder and director, and presumably the other co-founder referenced on the welcome page is Moira Hinderer, who was a project manager and instructor at the Johns Hopkins Center for Africana Studies during Gallon’s visiting appointment there (and is listed second on the who we are page).

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