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Community Spotlight: Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital

"Film can change a person's perspective on how they see things in life." - Reggie Jackson, 18, ICAN Intern @ THEARC, after DCEFF's first-ever Youth Media Workshop. Check out Reggie's interview video and see photos from our Dec. 12 Youth Media Workshop on here on our Facebook page.

HumanitiesDC works with a number of phenomenal organizations whose projects celebrate the heritage of our communities and the potential of our youth. This month, we are proud to spotlight the work of The Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital, which celebrated its 25th anniversary this past March.  – Established in 1993, the Festival is the largest and longest-running of its kind in the United States. The 2017 Festival (#DCEFF25) ran  March 14-26, featuring 180 films and 160 speakers in 40 venues

Grantee Spotlight: Hola Cultura

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Hola Cultura is a veteran HumanitiesDC grant recipient—and it’s no wonder! With their exciting work in the DC Latino community spanning journalism, research, and youth education, they embody our commitment to community heritage, history, and culture. Check out their latest work on the Latino History Project here.   In their words: Hola Cultura is a vibrant, multifaceted nonprofit based in Washington, DC, that celebrates the arts and contributions of Latinos in Washington, D.C. By acknowledging the Latino community’s rich cultural heritage, we help create

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