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Soul of the City (SOTC) is a week long summer program for teens to gain leadership skills, community awareness and historical context in Washington DC. Students are encouraged to participate in several different activities where they're able to work…

Soul of the City was first offered through the Humanities Council of Washington, D.C. in 2005. Students discuss and share their personal experience with discrimination and explore the history of desegregation at John Philip Sousa Junior High School.…

In 2012, the Soul of the City program was conducted in conjunction with the DC Department of Human Services. Young people participating in the DHS Summer Youth Employment Program visited museums, took walking tours, learned about video production,…

This film documents the 2010 Soul of the City program during which participants learned about the Vietnamese, Ethiopian, and Salvadoran communities in Washington, DC. The students used a performance style called "Playback Theater" to help them…

The 2009 Soul of the City class visited several DC neighborhoods including Georgetown, Anacostia, Capitol Hill, and Chinatown, and produced a documentary film based on their experience. The film includes oral history interviews and footage of the…

E. Ethelbert Miller interviews author, journalist, and political analyst E.J. Dionne. Miller and Dionne explore the meaning and the history of the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments.

The final ten minutes of this episode of "Humanities Profiled," is…
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