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This film, produced for the 2013 DCCHP Showcase event, highlights the grantee projects produced during the cycle. The film is separated into categories focusing on: Landmarks, Neighborhoods, and Culture.

Komorebi uses the stories of mixed race and multi-ethnic Asian Americans who explain how coming from multicultural backgrounds has shaped their lives in the DC area.

The focus of this audio series is to portray how these individuals use their…

Ward 8 in Washington DC SE was one of the areas hit hardest by the crack epidemic. The community leaders featured in this film helped the area rebound from those troubled times with a passion and a purpose that they generously share with us.

Greenleaf Gardens is a public housing community in Ward 6 that was established in 1959 as a family friendly community. These interviews of current and former residents of Greenleaf shed light on the sense of community at Greenleaf, discuss what could…

Greenleaf Gardens is a public housing community in Ward 6 that was established in 1959 as a family friendly community. These interviews of current and former residents of Greenleaf shed light on the sense of community at Greenleaf, discuss what could…

Greenleaf Gardens is a public housing community in Ward 6 that was established in 1959 as a family friendly community. These interviews of current and former residents of Greenleaf shed light on the sense of community at Greenleaf, discuss what could…

Greenleaf Gardens is a public housing community in Ward 6 that was established in 1959 as a family friendly community. These interviews of current and former residents of Greenleaf shed light on the sense of community at Greenleaf, discuss what could…

This documentary explores the Anacostia River in Washington, DC and its impact upon local communities and Native American tribes both past and present. Using beautiful landscape views and insightful interviews, this video gives a very thorough…

Petworth is a diverse community that has experienced many changes over the past century. Current and former residents tell stories of the origins and growth of this charming city and all that it has to offer.

This documentary, from the National Hand Dance Association and filmmaker Beverly Lindsay-Johnson, explores the history of Washington, DC's official dance, its variations, and its continued presence and popularity among all age groups.

Don On U with Chair of Humanities Council of Washington DC Don Murray converses with special guest Chairman of the DC City Council, Vincent Gray goes into detail about his background. He's an educated Washingtonian from hard working parent, where he…

In 1932, 20,000 WW I veterans, many of them with their wives and children, converged on Washington, D.C. to ask Congress and President Herbert Hoover to grant them early the "bonus" payment they had been promised. The rag-tag "army," encamped near…
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