The French Revolution Digital Archive is a collaboration between Stanford University Libraries and the Bibliothèque nationale de France. It contains approximately 12,000 visual items and is now online.
They Do Not Exist, Mustafa Abu Ali’s 25-minute drama documentary from 1974, is now available on YouTube. The film depicts the final days of the Palestinian refugee camp of Nabatia in south Lebanon which was destroyed by the Israelis later the same year.
A one-hour documentary about the Southall Youth Movement of the 1970s is now available on YouTube. It contains remarkable and inspiring testimonies of local anti-racist activists from a defining struggle.
A report entitled This is How We Fought in Gaza 2014, containing testimonies from over 100 Israeli fighters involved in the Gaza conflict, has been put online. In the report soldiers testify they were ordered to shoot to kill every person sighted in particular areas.
New York’s Museum of Modern Art’s website has a feature on artist Jacob Lawrence. In 1941 Lawrence completed 60 paintings about the Great Migration, the mass movement of African Americans from the rural south to the urban north.
YouTube video of Rebel Women of the East End — a public meeting with Siobhan Brown, author of A Rebel’s Guide to Eleanor Marx, and Louise Raw, author of Striking A Light. Organised by Bookmarks Bookshop and Tower Hamlets Unison to celebrate International Women’s Day.