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History in the Making

History in the Making chronicles the journey of four UW-Madison students, as they embarked on a bus trip with 45 other students and staff to Washington D.C. for the grand opening of the National Museum of African-American History & Culture. The weekend was filled with laughs, tears, hugs and vulnerability that allowed for a transformative experience for all that attended.

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Hailing from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Marquise Mays, is a graduate student at the University of Southern California studying Cinema and Media Studies. His interests include visual culture, the performance of Blackness, audience reception and television. His passion lies in producing research, visual art and multimedia that critically assesses the presentation of Blackness on television. Through this he would like to connect the practice of storytelling to theoretical frameworks, like Critical Race Theory, to ultimately introduce Black men with the agency to discover themselves through television production processes.

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