2018 was a contentious year featuring a high stakes mid-term election with several marquee races making news globally. Filmmaker Robert Greenwald examines that year’s voter suppression efforts through the eyes of the Georgia voters affected […]
Adapted from Nobel-prize winning author Toni Morrison’s acclaimed novel, Beloved is set in 1873 Ohio, as Sethe, a mother of three, is haunted by her horrific past of enslavement, and her desperate efforts to achieve […]
Suppressed: The Fight to Vote Film Screenings Multiple Dates Francis A. Gregory Library 3660 Alabama Ave SE Anacostia Library 1800 Good Hope Rd SE 2018 was a contentious year featuring a high stakes mid-term election […]
Join WETA and Henry Louis Gates, Jr. and Sirius XM host Joe Madison for a screening & discussion of Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Season Six.
William G. McGowan Theater – National Archives Foundation 700 Pennsylvania Ave NW Race for the White House is a CNN original series narrated by Academy Award–winner Mahershala Ali. Using archival footage, interviews, and stylized dramatizations, […]
West End Library 2301 L St NW 202-724-8707 1. Voting rights activist and Civil Rights Leader Fannie Lou Hamer, born in 1917 in Montgomery County, Mississippi, was the granddaughter of a slave and the youngest […]
Join Westminster Church & DC Black History Celebration Committee FREE Showing of Harriet 400 I St SW Donation Optional 202 484 7701