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Ms. Adwoa Beidleman-Aggrey reflects on her life, training, and involvement as a member and President of the Washington Section, National Council of Negro Women. She shares candid conversations and her insights concerning issues affecting some of the needs faced by women and their families.
A digital image of a photograph from one of the community gatherings that Cosby Hunt organized while teaching Project PRIDE (Parents Roots Inspire a Dedication to Education) at Bell Multicultural High School. Mr. Hunt discusses the community gatherings at [00:57:28.25].
In Asian American Voices in the Making of Washington, D.C.’s Cultural Landscape Asian American chefs/restaurateurs share their lived experiences of opening restaurants in D.C. and introducing their heritage cuisines and flavors to local communities. All narrators have some shared experiences, yet uniquely individualized stories, echoing the diversity of geography, ethnicity, culture, and religions within the category of Asian American.
Brian Hamilton discusses moving to Washington, DC and living and raising a family in Southwest; his work with the Westminster Presbyterian Church; the history of the neighborhood and the church; the church’s involvement in the Southwest community; urban renewal, gentrification, and changes and issues in the neighborhood; and his thoughts and hopes related to the future of the area.
in 1983, the Capital Children's Museum in Washington, D.C., conducted approximately 39 oral history interviews with adults over 60 years of age. The project focused om the childhood experiences of the interviewees. Topics also includes general life experiences and historical milestones. The project's director was Tom Lane and adolescents conducted the interviews.