Matsunaga Affair Statements and Publications
Object Title

Matsunaga Affair Statements and Publications

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Collection: Ann Snitow Faculty Records

Material Category
Textual Record
Type of Work
records (documents)
Faculty member Ann Snitow's file, compiled in response to the "Matsunaga Affair," in which fellow New School faculty member Sekou Sundiata defaced a work by graphic designer Shin Matsunaga hanging in the Parsons School of Design exhibition center. File consists of Snitow's notes and magazine clippings and other material compiled by Snitow, including letters to her that constitute hate mail using explicit racist, sexist, and homophobic images and terminology.
1989 – 1990
Related people
Ann Barr Snitow (compiler)
Sekou Sundiata (subject)
Shin Matsunaga (subject)
Jonathan F. Fanton (subject)
Use Restrictions
box 2, folder 13
Related Objects
The Seminar, Volume 6, Issue 3
Statement by Students and Youth Against Racism
Letter from Ann Snitow to New School President Jonathan Fanton
Ann Snitow's Notes for a Meeting with Faculty and University President Jonathan Fanton
Letter from Gregory Tewksbury to Colleagues Concerning Shin Matsunaga Exhibition

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