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Participants in Radio Rootz DC, a "media literacy and production program for youth," interviewed members of the Ward 1 community in Washington, DC.

Hoyt serves as Executive Director of the Sacred Heart Dinner program, an organization that provides…

All Souls children prepare relief boxes for the children of Hiroshima, Japan, 1948.

"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…

This panel discussion was held in 2011 at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History in Washington, DC in conjunction with the exhibit "Race: Are We So Different?"
The discussion was moderated by Humanities Council of Washington, DC Board Chair,…

Giving Freedom a World Voice was the Humanities Council of Washington, DC's 2008 International Symposium. This film documents the program's events including: an opening reception at the Meridian International Center, a discussion at American…

This video confronts the corrosive impact of racism on the self-esteem of African Americans. The narrative focuses especially on the burden of "colorism"--the caste system that classifies blacks according to how closely their appearance conforms to a…

This documentary discusses the unique situation experienced by many women living in public housing, focusing specifically on the women of the Frederick Douglass Dwellings in Southeast Washington, DC. The film is comprised primarily of video oral…

Capers is a one-woman show based on the stories of families at the Arthur Capper/Carrollsburg public housing projects - also known as 'Capers - in southeast DC who protested the government-funded relocation and demolition of their neighborhood. This…

This brief film documents a project undertaken by the Rincones & Company Dance Theater to help teenagers express their individuality while learning about social relations and race.

Students from different backgrounds were brought together to…

Marcus Raskin, co-founder of Washington's Institute for Policy Studies (IPS), one of the world's most progressive think tanks, talks about public policy and civil liberties in the wake of September 11, among other topics. The interview was broadcast…

This film tracks four parishioners of the World Missions for Christ Church as they work to improve their community while finding their own spiritual paths. The church is located at the corner of 1st Street and Randolph NW in Washington, DC. The…

This play, commissioned for Hope House DC, an organization dedicated to breaking the cycle of incarceration that occurs when parents are separated from children to serve time in prison. It was performed at a meeting of the Congressional Black Caucus…
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