• Desirée Venn Frederic: Nomad Yard Collectiv

    We had a wonderful visit with Desirée Venn Frederic at her vintage store, Nomad Yard Collectiv. She gives us a peek into her expansive collection and tells us her story and what inspired her vision.

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  • A Poem by Cassie Sun

    Cassie Sun stopped by our office to share a few poems.

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  • Vitiligo – Spoken Word by Pages Matam and Amin Drew Law

    Pages Matam is a Cameroonian artist residing in the D.C. metropolitan area. He is a Write Bloody author, Callaloo fellow, 2014 National poetry slam champion and winner of Beltway Poetry Quarterly’s Best New Book of 2014. Pages is a proud gummy bear elitist, bowtie enthusiast, professional hugger and anime fanatic. When he takes stage – as a performer, educator, or activist for immigration and surviving sexual trauma – be prepared to be taken on an experience of cultural, socially conscious […]

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  • “American Values” by Erica Woods

    “American Values” by Erica Woods

    American Values   Big bank exec regrets a fraudulent scheme Underpaid staff were forced to leave Customers robbed of money and privacy He’ll get a bonus this year   Murderous police wield the gun Another black body taken down There’s a crime on the camera but since there’s no sound She’ll get paid leave   Wild frat parties “Boys will be boys!” Unconscious girl becomes a sex toy Jail time would be much too hard on the lad He’ll graduate […]

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  • By Any Means Necessary – hosted by Eugene Puryear (Presidential Relatability)

    “By Any Means Necessary” is a radio show on Sputnik Radio hosted by Eugene Puryear. The show looks at political, social and economic movements. In this clip, Bomani Armah, China Dickerson and Sean Blackmon join Eugene for a discussion about Presidential relatability. https://www.facebook.com/bamnecessary/

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  • Profile: Entrepreneurship with Rabia Kamara & Ruby Scoops

    Located in Washington, D.C., Ruby Scoops is a local and online retailer of premium small batch ice creams, sorbets, sherbets, and desserts, all handcrafted and scratch made in Union Kitchen by Chef & Owner, Rabia Kamara. http://www.rubyscoops.com ABOUT RUBY SCOOPS Ruby Scoops came to fruition October 2014, when Rabia noticed the increasing rarity of consistent high quality local desserts. She decided it was time to help change that, all the while beginning to take steps to work for herself. Ruby […]

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Recent Videos

  • Desirée Venn Frederic: Nomad Yard Collectiv

    Desirée Venn Frederic: Nomad Yard Collectiv

    We had a wonderful visit with Desirée Venn Frederic at her vintage store, Nomad Yard Collectiv. She gives us a peek into her expansive collection and tells us her story and what inspired her vision.

    Continue reading »

  • A Poem by Cassie Sun

    A Poem by Cassie Sun

    Cassie Sun stopped by our office to share a few poems.

    Continue reading »

  • Vitiligo – Spoken Word by Pages Matam and Amin Drew Law

    Vitiligo – Spoken Word by Pages Matam and Amin Drew Law

    Pages Matam is a Cameroonian artist residing in the D.C. metropolitan area. He is a Write Bloody author, Callaloo fellow, 2014 National poetry slam champion and winner of Beltway Poetry Quarterly’s Best New Book of 2014. Pages is a proud gummy bear elitist, bowtie enthusiast, professional hugger and anime fanatic. When he takes stage – as a performer, educator, or activist for immigration and surviving sexual trauma – be prepared to be taken on an experience of cultural, socially conscious […]

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  • By Any Means Necessary – hosted by Eugene Puryear (Radio Stations and the Voice of the Community)

    By Any Means Necessary – hosted by Eugene Puryear (Radio Stations and the Voice of the Community)

    “By Any Means Necessary” is a radio show on Sputnik Radio hosted by Eugene Puryear. The show looks at political, social and economic movements. In this clip, Bomani Armah, China Dickerson and Sean Blackmon join Eugene for a discussion about radio stations and voice of the community. https://www.facebook.com/bamnecessary/

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  • “American Values” by Erica Woods

    “American Values” by Erica Woods

    American Values   Big bank exec regrets a fraudulent scheme Underpaid staff were forced to leave Customers robbed of money and privacy He’ll get a bonus this year   Murderous police wield the gun Another black body taken down There’s a crime on the camera but since there’s no sound She’ll get paid leave   Wild frat parties “Boys will be boys!” Unconscious girl becomes a sex toy Jail time would be much too hard on the lad He’ll graduate […]

    Continue reading »

  • By Any Means Necessary – hosted by Eugene Puryear (Presidential Relatability)

    By Any Means Necessary – hosted by Eugene Puryear (Presidential Relatability)

    “By Any Means Necessary” is a radio show on Sputnik Radio hosted by Eugene Puryear. The show looks at political, social and economic movements. In this clip, Bomani Armah, China Dickerson and Sean Blackmon join Eugene for a discussion about Presidential relatability. https://www.facebook.com/bamnecessary/

    Continue reading »

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  • Profile: Entrepreneurship with Rabia Kamara & Ruby Scoops

    Profile: Entrepreneurship with Rabia Kamara & Ruby Scoops

    Located in Washington, D.C., Ruby Scoops is a local and online retailer of premium small batch ice creams, sorbets, sherbets, and desserts, all handcrafted and scratch made in Union Kitchen by Chef & Owner, Rabia Kamara. http://www.rubyscoops.com ABOUT RUBY SCOOPS Ruby Scoops came to fruition October 2014, when Rabia noticed the increasing rarity of consistent high quality local desserts. She decided it was time to help change that, all the while beginning to take steps to work for herself. Ruby […]

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  • Kelly Elaine Navies – The Librarian

    Kelly Elaine Navies – The Librarian

    Kelly Elaine Navies is an Oral Historian, librarian, writer, cultural heritage specialist and mother. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library – Central Library The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library, the central library of the DC Public Library, opened on August 21, 1972. An extensive study by the firm of Booz, Allen and Hamilton had established the need for a new central library in the downtown business district. The original Carnegie Library, opened in 1903 at Mount Vernon Square, was […]

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  • Spaces: Christylez Bacon Beatbox in Brasília, Brazil

    Spaces: Christylez Bacon Beatbox in Brasília, Brazil

    Through the Washington Sound Museum (WSM), Christylez Bacon visits the Brasilia, Brazil to connect with music and culture. While there, he connected with a local beat box artists and a quick beatbox session jumps off.

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  • Profile: Culture Shock DC

    Profile: Culture Shock DC

    Culture Shock® DC is a part of a network of Culture Shock® organizations around the country and in Canada who bring the power and beauty of hip-hop to diverse audiences via professional entertainment, dance education, and community enrichment programs. http://cultureshockdc.org

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