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This documentary interviews creators and supporters of murals and public art in Washington, DC's Latin America communities. Interviewees explain the importance of public art including its ability to document the past, preserve culture, and create a…

Executive Director Laurence C. Staples (front row at left) posed with All Souls children in front of Pierce Hall, 1930. Staples held the post from 1924 to 1959.

All Souls children posed with a visiting delegation from the Philippines, June 7, 1931.

Large portrait of All Souls Children on the front steps of the church.

This film documents the 2010 Soul of the City program during which participants learned about the Vietnamese, Ethiopian, and Salvadoran communities in Washington, DC. The students used a performance style called "Playback Theater" to help them…

Several students learned radio interviewing techniques and then practiced their skills by recording several sessions with community members impacted in someway by Washington, DC youth movements. The topics covered include: the Teenarama television…

After immigrating to Washington from El Salvador in 1982, Carmen Monaco became a grassroots organizer and teacher in the Latino neighborhoods of Adams Morgan and Mt. Pleasant. Her efforts helped newly arrived residents establish a sense of place and…
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