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Footage from the Howard University English Department's 2005 Hearts Day Conference. The conference honored Dr. Maya Angelou.

This footage is from the conference introduction featuring Richard English and Dr. Eleanor Traylor.

This footage is…

Dr. Elizabeth Clark-Lewis delivers an introductory, biographical lecture for the 42nd Annual DC Historical Studies Conference on the late Prof. Letitia Woods Brown for the occasion of the scholar's 100th birthday. Clark-Lewis describes how Woods…

This 7 site walking tour highlights some of the buildings in the Shaw/Cardozo neighborhood of Washington, DC that have been significant to the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, and African-American history. The tour focuses primarily on structures on or…

Founder's Library at Howard University is one of the institution's most recognizable structures. The building is on the National Register of Historic Places.

The 2010 Terrell Forensic Challenge saw DC area high school and university students debating the merits and limitations of vocation and college preparatory study for African-American youth. The classic question reflects the ideologies of Booker T.…

This film covers the Howard University English Department's 2005 Hearts Day Conference. The conference honored Dr. Maya Angelou. Speakers include: Eleanor Traylor, Sonia Sanchez, Amina Baraka, and Maya Angelou.

Dr. Angelou delivers her remarks at…

E. Ethelbert Miller interviews Professor Sulayman Nyang of the department of African Studies at Howard University in Washington, DC.

Nyang responds to questions about Islam as it is practiced around the world, with a particular attention to…

Footage from the Howard University English Department's 2005 Hearts Day Conference. The conference honored Dr. Maya Angelou.

This footage is from Session 4: Narrating Critical History and Critical Politics. Speakers include: Dr. Beverly…

This episode of DC Humanities, hosted by Marya A. McQuirter, PhD., featured guests David Levering Lewis, PhD. and Irena Webster, the Executive Director of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History. Dr. Lewis gave a lecture on…

This episode of DC Humanities interviewed two grantees: one from the Shaw Summer Heritage project which brought young people together to perform historical research, and another from the Howard University Roll Call Conference which was a…

From Swastika to Jim Crow reveals the little-known story of German refugee scholars who were expelled from their homeland by the Nazis and found new lives at the historically Black colleges in the American South.

The Humanities Council funded a…
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