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Hear book talks, conversations, special presentations, stories about the happenings in the library, the Labs, and Washington, DC, and much more! This show is recorded from the Labs Recording Studio at the historic, modernized, Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library in downtown Washington, D.C. This podcast was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Episode transcripts may be requested by emailing labs.dcpl@dc.gov, please include the episode name and date in y ...
 
Generación Cambio belongs to the Impacto Juventud project, an initiative whose purpose is to promote citizen participation of young people from 15 to 25 years old in Puerto Rico. This project uses social networks, the arts and other public activities to share scientific information about social issues that affect the youth of the country. Follow and subscribe to our channel so that you can enjoy our content and the information we provide on these platforms.
 
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Inspiring conversations I have in my walk of life. Hi! I’m Mariana, a digital nomad mom. Born in Brazil, raised in the US, and living in Spain six months each year, so you'll find those three languages here in my podcast. I have been helping my clients with their professional development for 25 years as an Executive Coach, Entrepreneur, and as Teacher. With a background in Business Administration and Sales, I am the founder of MaxiCareerCoaching and LinkedEnglishk, I have been enjoying the f ...
 
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For Native American Heritage Month, we discuss the archaeological artifacts archived at the MLK Library with State Archaeologist Ruth Tricolli, Chief Jesse James Swann of the Piscataway Conoy Tribe, and Armand Lione of the DC Native History Project. We reveal what these artifacts tell us about the Indigenous peoples who made a home and livelihood i…
 
On this episode of All Things Local, host Natalie Campbell is joined by playwright Ifa Bayeza and Mosaic Theater's artistic director Reginald Douglas to discuss The Till Trilogy, playing through November 20th at Mosaic Theater. DC Public Library's Adult Services Coordinator David Quick also joins the conversation talk about the Library's ongoing pa…
 
*Original air date: November 6, 2018.* On this episode, A Peter Bailey joins host host Olubunmi Bakare to discuss the aftermath of Malcolm X's assassination, his career as a journalist working for Ebony and Jet magazines and in Black theatre. This is part two of their conversation.By A. Peter Bailey, Olubunmi Bakare
 
*Original air date: September 24, 2018.* A. Peter Bailey is an author, journalist and playwright and lecturer. On this episode, he joins host Olubunmi Bakare to discuss his early life, personal relationship with Malcolm X and witnessing Malcolm X's assassination. This episode is part one of their conversation.…
 
From 2019. On this episode, author, photographer and filmmaker Alyscia Cunningham joins DC Public Library's Olubunmi Bakare to discuss photography, filmmaking, and her current project I Am More Than My Hair: My Outward Appearance Does Not Define Me. In 2022 I Am More than My Hair was nominated as an official selection for the 30th Anniversary of th…
 
In this episode of NINTH & G, DC Public Library Adult Services Coordinator, David Quick speaks with an outgoing Urban Libraries Council President and CEO, Susan Benton and DC Public Library Executive Director, Richard Reyes-Gavilan.By Richard Reyes-Gavilan, Susan Benton, David Quick, Urban Libraries Council, DC Public Library
 
Black Studies Collection at The People’s Archive Black Studies digital resources Buses are a comin' : memoir of a freedom rider by Charles Person, with Richard Rooker The Griots' cookbook : rare and well-done by Alice McGill, Mary Carter Smith & Elmira Washington Where is My Place? Experimental Arts Community Building and Re-Building in Washington,…
 
Part 2 in a series of conversations on a just D.C., featuring fellows from the Public Interest Design Lab, a partnership between the Goethe-Institut and the DC Public Library. This episode pairs two DC based fellows—Jenn Low, an integrative designer, educator and landscape architect, and Anna McCorvey, an architect and city planner, with guest expe…
 
Part 1 in a series of conversations on a just D.C., featuring fellows from the Public Interest Design Lab, a partnership between the Goethe-Institut and the DC Public Library. This episode pairs fellow Josef Palermo, an artist, producer, and arts organizer, with guest experts Bryan C. Lee, Architect and Design Justice Advocate, and the Founder/Dire…
 
In this episode of Secret Passage, we celebrate the mystery, horror, and suspense of spooky stories. Listeners will be on the edge of their seats as theatrical retellings of a monster story, a classic English folktale, and the urban legend the Babysitter come to life.By Labs at DC Public Library, DC Public Library Youth and Family Services
 
Introduction to Center for Inspired Teaching 'Real World History' Oral History Project Interview with Edith Crutchfield, Center for Inspired Teaching 'Real World History' Oral History Project Interview with Reverend Irene Pierce, Center for Inspired Teaching 'Real World History' Oral History Project Interview with Deacon Clarence Haywood, Center fo…
 
Secret Passage is your podcast portal to stories and storytelling from around the world. Episodes feature reader’s theatre performances that are sure to delight listeners, including children of all ages and their families. In this episode, we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with oral storytelling from Colombia, Mexico, and Cuba.…
 
Jenny learns about the new DC Office for the Deaf, DeafBlind, and Hard of Hearing (ODBH) from activists Brianne Berger and Robb Dooling in honor of the International Week of the Deaf, taking place September 20-26, 2021.By Labs at DC Public Library, DC Public Library Center for Accessibility
 
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