The HistoryMakers video oral history with Jason Miccolo Johnson.

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Imprint:Chicago, Illinois : The HistoryMakers, [2016]
Description:1 online resource (8 video files (3 hr., 57 min., 20 sec.)) : sound, color.
Subject:Johnson, Jason Miccolo -- Interviews.
Johnson, Jason Miccolo.
African Americans -- Interviews.
African Americans.
Internet videos.
Nonfiction films.
Oral histories.
Oral histories.
Internet videos.
Nonfiction films.
Format: E-Resource Video Streaming Video
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Varying Form of Title:History Makers video oral history with Jason Miccolo Johnson
Jason Miccolo Johnson
Other authors / contributors:Johnson, Jason Miccolo, interviewee.
Crowe, Larry F., interviewer.
Stearns, Scott, director of photography.
HistoryMakers (Video oral history collection), production company.
Sound characteristics:digital
Digital file characteristics:video file
Notes:Videographer, Scott Stearns.
Larry Crowe, interviewer.
Recorded Washington, District of Columbia 2003 July 23.
Recorded Washington, District of Columbia 2003 July 29.
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Summary:Photographer Jason Miccolo Johnson was born on November 21, 1956 in Hayti, Missouri, growing up in Memphis, Tennessee. He started his college education at Memphis State University before relocating to Washington, D.C. and earning his B.A. degree in journalism from Howard University. A largely self-taught photographer, Johnson worked as the director of the photography lab for USA Today before entering the world of freelance. His portfolio included portraits of well-known world leaders Thurgood Marshall and Nelson Mandela, and his clients were corporations such as McDonald's and Anheuser-Busch. He was chosen as a photographer for both of President Bill Clinton's inaugurations. He was active in civic organizations such as Beacon House in Washington, DC, and lectured on photography at conferences and universities throughout the United States. Johnson published more than fifteen books, including Soul Sanctuary: Images of the African American Worship Experience.

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