Jacqueline Stewart

film scholar, archivist, curator, 2021 MacArthur Foundation Grant recipient

Jacqueline Stewart on KCRW

On films that negatively portray African Americans, Jacqueline Stewart says, “If we suppress them because they're painful or problematic, then we also can't call Hollywood to task for…

MacArthur ‘Genius’ Jacqueline Stewart on why racist films should be watched and not censored

On films that negatively portray African Americans, Jacqueline Stewart says, “If we suppress them because they're painful or problematic, then we also can't call Hollywood to task for…

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