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The Remarkable Story of a Woman Who Preserved Over 30 Years of TV History A new documentary film about activist archivist Marion Stokes and her work just debuted at Tribeca! Stokes passed in 2012, leaving her son, Michael, a legacy

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Little Free Libraries Make the World a Brighter Place

In a photo essay for The New York Times, Katharine Q. Seelye recently highlighted the Little Free Library movement that’s steadily spread across not only the United States, but the entire world. It began as a tribute by Todd Bol of Hudson, Wisconsin,

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A Film’s Success Spurs the Long-Overdue Opening of an LGBT Archive in Paris

In 2020, a new archive dedicated to LGBT+ history in Paris will open, thanks to the success of 120 Beats per Minute (120 battements par minute), a film about Aids activism in 1990s Paris. 120 BPM premiered at this year’s

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