Posts Tagged ‘Katina Parker’

Photo Collections by Katina Parker on PBS Black Culture Connection

Photo Collections by Katina Parker on PBS Black Culture Connection

Filmmaker/photographer Katina Parker—a CDS continuing education instructor—has returned to her longstanding work of telling the story of the black struggle for freedom in America. Beginning as a college student documenting the Million Man March in 1995, Parker has continued her work by documenting the Black Lives Matter movement in photography and film as it unfolds in Missouri, Ohio, South […]


Katina Parker: Work by Fall 2011 Continuing Education Instructor

Katina Parker: Work by Fall 2011 Continuing Education Instructor

Katina Parker will be teaching four courses in the fall 2011 term for the Continuing Education program at the Center for Documentary Studies: Video Projects Seminar Experimental Eye Candy Exploits in New Media & Emerging Technologies Race, Class, Gender and Sexuality in Media To learn more about these courses, please click on the course title […]


Katina Parker’s “One Million Strong” Exhibit and “Truth. Be. Told.” Web Series

Katina Parker's "One Million Strong" Exhibit and "Truth. Be. Told." Web Series

Longtime CDS instructor Katina Parker has been busy, as usual. News on a current exhibit and a web series in the making: The filmmaker, photographer, and graphic/web designer has an exhibit at the Durham, North Carolina, hotspot Blue Coffee Cafe through Thursday, April 17. One Million Strong: Photos from the Million Man, Million Women, and Million Youth Marches. One Million […]