12 watch Feb 2018

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Celebrating 2018 Black History Month! Black Broadway on U: In Small Spaces powered by Eaton Workshop immerses audiences into four storied, small spaces and surviving historic community landmarks in Washington, D.C.; 12th Street “Colored” YMCA (the first African American Y in the world), The Whitelaw Hotel (D.C.’s first African American…

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Cultural Storytelling + Tech: Spotlight on Black Broadway on U: A Transmedia Project! The National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Saving Places turns the spotlight on Shellée M. Haynesworth, Cultural Storyteller/Executive Producer of the Black Broadway on U: A Transmedia Project. By Carson Bear, Editorial Assistant, National Trust for Historic…

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Washington, DC – Wednesday, March 1, 2017 – Driving down the U Street corridor in 2013, D.C. native/multimedia producer, Shellée M. Haynesworth got the inspiration to begin her “Black Broadway on U: A Transmedia Project.” Sure, driving down the road that would become the focus of her 2014 series…

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20 Jun 2016

Washington, DC – June 20, 2016 – Before legendary 20th century African American photographers Gordon Parks, Robert H. McNeill (DC native) and James Van Der Zee there was D.C.’s famed AA photographer Addison Scurlock. Yesterday, marked Mr. Scurlock’s (b. June 19, 1883 – December 12, 1964) 133rd birthday anniversary…

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