Sunday, November 24, 2013

7th Annual DC Community Heritage Project Showcase at Dunbar High -- Thursday, 12-05-2013

Sent: Sunday, November 24, 2013 10:56 AM
Subject: Thurs., Dec. 5th, 6-9:30pm, 7th Annual DC Community Heritage Project Showcase at Dunbar High School Fwd: Langston Terrace Dwellings Oral History.....Dunbar High....Master Builders of Deanwood....We are Fairfax Village......Documenting the History of Rehoboth Baptist Church


Mark Smith
Director of Grants and Special Projects
Humanities Council of Washington, DC

RSVP For the DCCHP Showcase at:
Dear Friends,
Please join us on Thursday, December 5th, from 6-9:30pm for the 7th Annual DC Community Heritage Project Showcase! This program celebrates the work of 18 grantee organizations who have created innovative and exciting new projects that interpret and preserve Washington, DC's historic landmarks, neighborhoods, and culture!

The program will be held at the brand new Dunbar High School (101 N Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001) Please note the venue change.

RSVP for the Showcase at:

You are guaranteed to learn something new about DC!
This year's projects include:
  • The Logan Circle Heritage Trail Curriculum
  • The Gold Coast Documentary
  • Crestwood History Project
  • Dunbar High School Alumni and Pioneers
  • Langston Terrace Dwellings Oral History
  • Mt. Zion Cemetery Website Development
  • DC Gardeners' Oral History Project
  • Master Builders of Deanwood
  • African American Pioneer Muslimahs Pt. 2
  • Remembering the Dream Makers 
  • Citizens We
  • We are Fairfax Village
  • Kendall Green and the National College for the Deaf
  • Military Road School Alumni Oral History Project
  • A Loud Silence: a Visual Code on the Underground Railroad
  • Documenting the History of Rehoboth Baptist Church
Sincerely,

Mark Smith
Director of Grants and Special Projects
Humanities Council of Washington, DC

The DCCHP is made possible through the support of the DC Historic Preservation Office, the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, and the US National Park Service.
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