- Community Art in Atlanta, 1977-1987: Jim Alexander's Photographs of the Neighborhood Arts Center from the Auburn Avenue Research Library
- Shooting Klansmen
- Alexander, Jim
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- Community arts projects--Georgia--Atlanta
African American photographers--Georgia--Atlanta
Photography--Study and teaching--Georgia--Atlanta
Ku Klux Klan (1915- )
Neighborhood Arts Center (Atlanta, Ga.)
- United States, Mississippi, Lee County, Tupelo, 34.25807, -88.70464
- color photographs
- "Jim's NAC Photography students Charles Harris, Jackie Clower, Harold Dobbs at an Anti-Klan Rally in Tupelo, Mississippi."--Jim Alexander's annotations.
Neighborhood Arts Center photographer-in-residence Jim Alexander's photography students take snapshots of armed Ku Klux Klan members at a rally in Tupelo, Mississippi. The students pictured are Charles Harris, Jackie Clower and Harold Dobbs. Jim Alexander worked at the Neighborhood Arts Center full-time as a photography teacher and resident artist from September 1977 until September 1979. After 1979, he continued to work with the Neighborhood Arts Center on a contractual basis until 1982, when he left to establish the Photo/Media Photography Collective, a studio and gallery complex in Atlanta.
Title provided by Jim Alexander.
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- Rights Holder:
- Copyright held by Jim Alexander.
- Bibliographic Citation (Cite As):
- Cite as: Shooting Klansmen. Neighborhood Arts Center photographs series. Jim Alexander collection. Archives Division, Auburn Avenue Research Library on African American Culture and History, Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System, presented in the Digital Library of Georgia.
- 1 photograph : col. ; 31 x 24 cm.
- Original Collection:
- Neighborhood Arts Center photographs series. Jim Alexander collection. Archives Division, Auburn Avenue Research Library on African American Culture and History, Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System.
- Holding Institution:
- Auburn Avenue Research Library on African-American Culture and History