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An audio documentary in which Donelle Boose interviews two DC based Hip Hop artists about their lives in and around Washington, DC. The artists, Head Roc and Uptown XO, discuss growing up in the city and in its surrounding suburbs, and how the…

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A short biographical film on Robert L. Moore. The content focuses on Moore's efforts to develop the Columbia Heights neighborhood of Northwest Washington, DC especially in the 1990s until the early 2000s.

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City Council and All Souls Church member Hilda Mason demonstrates with tenants who were forced out of The Imperial, an apartment building on Columbia Road.

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Breaking ground at the Columbia Heights Village construction site. Carlos Rosario, Ed Jackson, Ken Jacques, and David Eaton are pictured.

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Groundbreaking ceremony of Columbia Heights Village. Rev. Eaton is second from the right.

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Groundbreaking ceremony of Columbia Heights Village. Rev. Walter Fauntroy is on the left and Rev. David Eaton is in the center.

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"We Own This" uses tenant interviews to show how Washington, DC’s Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act has helped Washingtonians resist displacement despite rapid gentrification across the city. Residents who have purchased their properties talk about…

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Footage from a discussion series at which residents of the Capitol View neighborhood recall the community's history with the guidance of moderators and guest lecturers. The project was conducted in at least two sessions in the Spring and Summer of…

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Footage from a discussion series at which residents of the Capitol View neighborhood recall the community's history with the guidance of moderators and guest lecturers. The project was conducted in at least two sessions in the Spring and Summer of…

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Duke Ellington's Washington tells the story of the influential African American community that flourished in Washington, DC's U Street neighborhood in the early 20th century. This segregated, yet socio-economically diverse community nurtured…
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