Paul Jackson Digital Videos

Juneteenth Tacoma, WA Celebration, 2021 Dr. Maxine Mimms Bust Reveal at Evergreen Tacoma Campus, 2021 Black Collective Meeting with Tacoma Art Museum, July 2021 Interview with Nick the Barber, Owner of Tacoma's Finest Clippers Recording of Zoom Conference Celebrating Dr. Maxine Mimms Hartsfield Family Slave Quilt Collection Carol Rashawnna Williams visits CHAZ During 2020 Protests Against Police Brutality Carol Rashawnna Williams Discusses Her Work as an Artist in Seattle Jasmine and Paul Jumped the Broom - 2020 Wedding Video Dr. Mimms Speaks at Evergreen College in Tacoma The Hip Hop Nutcracker with MC Kurtis Blow, 2017 Interview with Beth from Confidence Analytics at the Lemonhaze Cannabis Convention, 2019 Interview with Claire from Pax Vapor at the Lemonhaze Cannabis Convention, 2019 Interview with Maria Sharp from Leafly at the Lemonhaze Cannabis Convention, 2019 Interview with Laurel (Lo) Friesen, Founder of Heylo Cannabis, at the Lemonhaze Cannabis Conventi... Interview with Levi Lyon, Owner of Lyon Pride Music, at the Lemonhaze Cannabis Convention, 2019 Interview with Jason Hutto, Founder of House of Cultivar, at the Lemonhaze Cannabis Convention, 2019 Panel Discussion at the Lemonhaze Cannabis Convention, 2019 Interview with MiShawn Cabrera, Ambassador of Hilltop Artists in Tacoma, 2019 Interviews During 50th Anniversary of Black Panther Party Breakfast Club
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Paul Jackson Digital Videos

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(1968-)

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Paul Jackson was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on February 20, 1968. His mother, Vickie Cunningham-Jackson-Davis was born in Choopee, South Carolina. She was a twin and the oldest of ten children. She graduated from South Carolina State University and served as a civilian in the Army. His father fought in the Vietnam War. As a child, Jackson moved to Willingboro, New Jersey, a suburb 15 miles northeast of Philadelphia. The family purchased a home in the Levitt and Sons residential development, which had been successfully sued in the late 1950s for refusing to sell to Black families. While in grade school, Jackson lived in Fairfax, Virginia, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and Cambridge, Massachusetts. In Cambridge, his mother attended MIT. It was there that Jackson saw his first computer when he was in the 6th grade. He played violin in the Cambridge Youth Orchestra and began playing guitar.

He attended Prairie View A&M University in Texas where he played bass in an award winning funk band. He received a National Science Foundation scholarship to obtain his PhD in computer engineering. His research focused on augmented and virtual reality within the aerospace industry. He completed three summer internships with Boeing and, after graduation, was hired full time and relocated to Seattle.

He has presented nationally and internationally on a range of topics including deep space exploration and digital media authoring. Jackson is the co-chair of the Swedish MS support group. He is a Chronic Disease Self-Care Manager and is certified in Adult Mental Health First Aid through the African American Reach and Teach Health Ministries. He and his wife, artist and educator Jasmine Brown, now reside in Tacoma.

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Born digital videos created by Tacoma-based filmmaker Paul Jackson, PhD including documentaries, interviews, and recordings of regional meetings and events.

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Copyright of these materials has been retained by Paul Jackson and the video participants. The content of these videos may be used for non-commercial purposes only and requires the following credit line: Copyright Paul Jackson, PhD. Any commercial purpose requires permission from Paul Jackson.

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