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This walking tour of parts of the Shaw, Le Droit Park, and Cardozo neighborhoods links the life of Zora Neale Hurston and her book, Their Eyes Were Watching God, to physical locations in Washington, DC. The tour was created for the 2007 Big Read, and…

In this episode of the University of the District of Columbia's "Books" television program, Humanities Council Executive Director Joy Ford Austin discusses the Big Read and Ernest Gaines's novel, "A Lesson Before Dying" with the show's host and a…

As part of the 2010 Big Read, the Humanities Council of Washington, DC organized a discussion panel that included Dwayne R. Betts, Shani O'Neal, and David Muhammad. The public portion of the discussion became heated when comments came out about…

As part of the 2010 Big Read, the Humanities Council of Washington, DC hosted an event entitled, "Why I Do What I Do." Several Washington, DC educators discussed their motives for entering the teaching profession at the downtown Barnes and Noble…

As part of the 2010 Big Read, the Humanities Council of Washington, DC hosted an event entitled, "Why I Do What I Do." Several Washington, DC educators discussed their motives for entering the teaching profession at the downtown Barnes and Noble…

In 2010, the Humanities Council of Washington, DC sponsored a public screening of the film, "Sentenced Home", as part of a series on Juvenile Justice related to that year's Big Read novel. Following the screening, the Council held a moderated public…

In 2010, the Humanities Council of Washington, DC sponsored a public screening of the film, "Crips and Bloods: Made in America", as part of a series on Juvenile Justice related to that year's Big Read novel. Following the screening, the Council held…
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