Marvin Dunn Collection
Scope and Contents
This collection contains photographs, manuscripts, newspaper articles, audio-interviews and journal articles dating back to the mid-19th century depicting life for African Americans in South Florida all the way to the present. This addresses racial relations amongst increasing Hispanic emigration, evolution in the legal system and local court houses, demands for fairer educational standards, and acknowledgment of racial bias for crimes against African Americans done by whites.
- Other: Majority of material found within 1843 - 2009
- Dunn, Marvin (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open for research.
Conditions Governing Use
Rights: In copyright. Standardized rights statement: https://rightsstatements.org/page/InC/1.0/
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Biographical / Historical
Marvin Dunn is a former professor of psychology at Florida International University whose primary research was the identification of effective instructional and behavioral strategies and programs for students at risk and in race relations. His research examines the characteristics of effective schooling practices and intervention strategies for motivating the disinterested and disruptive learner.
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- Marvin Dunn Collection
- Under Revision
- Annia Gonzalez and Christopher Buzzi
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