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Humanitini: Voices of Brookland Manner

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September’s Humanitini program will be co-curated by K.A. Lannigan, producer of the new film “Voices of Brookland Manor,” (https://brooklandmanormovie.com/) and Women in Film and Video. The film depicts residents of the Brookland Manor neighborhood, and their grassroots efforts to ensure that residents will have guaranteed housing in the expected new mixed-use development slated to replace the community. Join us for a screening of the film followed by a multi-generational panel conversation with residents from Brookland Manor. Residents will share their

Humanitini: Movin’ to the Burbs

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Arlington County and the City of Alexandria were once part of the 10×10 square mile District of Columbia. In many ways residents of these jurisdictions and other Washington suburbs are isolated from the city’s core by more than just political boundaries. Come join us for a discussion about how DC and it’s suburbs relate to one another.

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