As Seattle has fast-forwarded, many of our defining institutions have been lost, and those remaining face a myriad of difficult challenges. Scarecrow has been a cultural gathering place for thousands since its inception in 1988, and now, at the beginning of our third year as a non-profit, and Scarecrow now holds over 130,000 titles, making it one of the largest publicly accessible media archives in the country, if not the world.
Though Scarecrow’s needs are modest for an institution that serves so many, we still need to grow the resources to not only build sustainability but to continue to remain vital to the community through projects like our Children’s Hour, our Silver Screeners program, and our many Screening Room clubs.
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Lena Horne backstage at the Chez Paree nightclub in Chicago, 1947.
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