New project explores a classic of the civil rights era by a UO alum

A new digital exhibition illuminates the making of ‘The March,’ a landmark documentary of the period, and the film’s creator, UO grad James Blue.

With support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the film is now the centerpiece of a major new digital project by UO faculty members, staff and students that digs deeper into Blue’s legacy to engage a new generation with the filmmaker’s work. Blue died in 1980 at age 49.

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