Detailed Obituaries

"Art World Lost Greats in 1994." Hamilton (ON) Spectator 2 Jan. 1995: n. pag.

Berger, Maurice. "Fighting the Silence." The Village Voice 39.17 (26 Apr. 1994): 60.

Black, Kerrigan, dir. To Marlon with Love. Kerrigan Black Papers, 1963-1993. Stanford University Libraries Special Collections, Stanford, CA, VHS.

"Deaths." Washington Post 7 Apr. 1994, sec. Metro: B7.

Everett, Knapper. "Remembering Marlon." Independent Film and Video Monthly 17.6 (June 1994): 7-10.

Guthmann, Edward. "Marlon Riggs -- A Voice Stilled: Oakland-based filmmaker was a tough, eloquent advocate." San Francisco Chronicle 6 Apr. 1994: E1.

Harvey, Dennis. "Marlon Riggs Achieved an Extraordinary Amount in a Short 37 Years." NPR 6 Apr. 1994.

Julien, Isaac. "Long Live the Queen." Village Voice 39.17 (26 Apr. 1994): 60.

Kolson, Ann. "Marlon Riggs, 37." Philadelphia Inquirer 7 Apr. 1994, sec. Local: B07.

Levasseur, Audrey. "Marlon Riggs's Legacy of Simple Truth (1957-1994)." Black Camera 9.1 (Summer 1994): 10-11.

"Marlon Riggs." Daily Variety 7 Apr. 1994, sec. Obituaries: n. pag.

"Marlon Riggs." Variety 11-17 Apr. 1994, sec. Obituaries: 165.

"Marlon Riggs." Associated Press 6 Apr. 1994, sec. Domestic News.

"Marlon Riggs Dies; Film Maker Was 37." New York Times 6 Apr. 1994, Late ed., sec. B: 9.

Moore, Teresa, and Evelyn C. White. "Film Maker Marlon Riggs Dies of AIDS: His 'Tongues Untied' Video Looked at Gay Black Men." San Francisco Chronicle 6 Apr. 1994: A13.

Reed, Christopher. "Powerful Pen and Camera; Obituary: Marlon Riggs." The Guardian 12 Apr. 1994, sec. Features: 19.

"Obituary: Marlon Riggs." The Independent 13 Apr. 1994, sec. Gazette Page: 30.

"Pioneering Fimmaker Dies at 37; Documentaries on Gays and Blacks Enraged Some." Dallas Morning News 6 Apr. 1994, sec. Overnight: 27A.

Reid-Pharr, Robert. "In Memoriam: Marlon Riggs, 1957-1994." Callaloo 17.2 (Spring 1994): n. pag.

Robinson, W. "Riggs, Marlon -- Obituary." Art in America 82.5 (May 1994): 134.

Wallace, Michele. "A Fierce Flame." Village Voice 39.17 (26 Apr. 1994): 60.

White, Robin. "Filmmaker Marlon Riggs Dead of AIDS at Age 37." NPR. 5 Apr. 1994, sec. News; Domestic.