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The Neighborhood Farm Initiative interviewed members of Washington, DC's growing urban agriculture community to document the history of growing food in the city.

Womack was born in Halifax, VA, a town, historically known for tobacco production,…

The Neighborhood Farm Initiative interviewed members of Washington, DC's growing urban agriculture community to document the history of growing food in the city.

Pittman was born in Little Rock, AR, but his family moved to the Truxton…

This documentary film survey's the life of long-time Washington, DC resident, Ira Blount. Blount is an artist in Ward 7 who has used his creative skills to contribute significantly to the community. He acquired his skills through the influence of his…

The film documents life for African American women in the early 20th century south, and their transition to life in Washington, DC and other urban centers, where they often worked as domestic servants. Author and filmmaker Elizabeth Clark-Lewis…

In 1993, the Phillips Collection created an educational program based on the Great Migration series of paintings by artist Jacob Lawrence. The program, funded in part by the Humanities Council of Washington, DC, produced this documentary film…

In Search of Common Ground (A City Lights Success Story) is a documentary of voices, experiences, and images of African-American life in the South and in Washington. The film documents the Great Migration and reveals the common origins of many…
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