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The 2%: Navigating UCI as a Black Student [CC]
Blackburn, Iyanna
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UC Irvine, Libraries, University Archives
Blackburn (Iyanna) documentary, "The 2%: Navigating UCI as a Black Student"
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Scope/Content: Contains one documentary film entitled, "The 2%: Navigating UCI as a Black Student" (2020). The documentary was directed and produced by Iyanna Blackburn (class of 2022), a third-year double major in Film & Media Studies and African American Studies at the University of California, Irvine. The documentary focuses on the perspectives of Black students at UCI. Students share personal experiences of what it is like to navigate the UCI campus, given that the Black student demographic on campus is less than two percent. The documentary was produced while Blackburn was an intern at Anteater TV.
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