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Incidents in the life of a slave girl

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Gen Z Speaks: A Right To The City Youth Project





The Smithsonian Anacostia Museum recently received a gift from Coca Cola for a teen outreach project working in tandem with a DC youth education non-profit called Mikva Challenge DC.  It’s a 5-month project which involves working with high school age youth to co-curate an art exhibition based around our exhibition “A Right to the City”, and also develop (with the teens), three panel discussion programs.  It would also involve working with the teens in instructing them how to do research for an exhibition (e.g. choosing thematic content, script development, dealing with sensitive issues, group decision making, and coordination between the museum and Mikva Challenge DC. The twelve Smithsonian teen interns that have been assigned to the project will be involved in all of the writing, research, editing, filming and recording of the scheduled panel discussions, films, performances including an exhibit.

Part of the creation of the exhibition is working with The Computer Clubhouse at Gum Springs Community Center as well as the DC Public Library.






The following dates are confirmed and mandatory for each student to attend during the summer. These are their scheduled appearances and events. 



Youth Panel Discussion: We Shall Not Be Moved: Gentrification, Displacement and Anti-Blackness

Tuesday, July 30th,

 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.

Busboys and Poets-Anacostia location 

2004 Martin Luther King Jr Ave SE

Washington, DC 20020



Youth Panel Discussion: We Shall Not Be Moved: Gentrification, Displacement and Anti-Blackness

Tuesday, August 6th

5:00-7:00 pm

Woodridge Neighborhood Library

1801 Hamlin Street NE

Washington, D.C. 20018




Student Performance:  Spoke N Movement-Africa to DC....A Linguistic Journey

Thursday August 15th 5:00-7:00 p.m.

Georgetown DC Public Library

3260 R St NW, Washington, DC 20007

Culture at Home Member makes History.


Culture at Home Member Tyriana Evans was selected as the student commencement speaker for the 2019 Graduating Class of The George Washington University. Please share with all those whom you believe would enjoy viewing. She was homeschooled from the age of 3 to the 12th grade. She will be attending Syracuse University this Fall with a full ride as she earns her Masters in Pan African Studies. Oh by the way, she broke History this past Sunday as the first African American to deliver the student commencement speech for The George Washington University!

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