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Redefining The Family Album In The Digital Age

We use the ordinary vernacular images that people create every day as the lever to celebrate the connections,
shared values and common experiences that unite us all in our basic humanity.


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The DDFR 2015 Trailer

Check out our latest video showcasing highlights from the Digital Diaspora Family Reunion Roadshow
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Photos From The DDFR Community

These are recent photos submitted by online participants.

Digital Diaspora Family Reunion Roadshow held at Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling was filled with awesome photos & stories by adults & kids! This little girl was all too happy pointing out her baby photo! What memories do you cherish from your childhood? Visit our Digital Diaspora Family Reunion Facebook group and share your photos! ... See MoreSee Less

Digital Diaspora Family Reunion Roadshow held at Sugar Hill Childrens Museum of Art & Storytelling was filled with awesome photos & stories by adults & kids! This little girl was all too happy pointing out her baby photo! What memories do you cherish from your childhood? Visit our Digital Diaspora Family Reunion Facebook group and share your photos!

Millie Wilson, Lindsey Seïde and 6 others like this

Carolyn RameyI cherish memories of attending the public school located diagonally across the street from the Children's Museum & My Uncle, a Masonic Temple member @ 155th Street & bar & restaurant owner of "Fat Mans" located directly across from the Children's Museum on the corner of 155th Street & St. Nicholas Avenue. I am looking for photos of the bar.

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Wonderful Digital Diaspora Family Reunion Roadshow at the Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling. So many great stories from participants as young as 2-years old up to 90+! One young photographer was just back from The Women's March in DC and shared photos from the March and spoke about her experiences and how it the March created family out of strangers. She saw Digital Diaspora Roadshow doing the same thing. Powerful. ... See MoreSee Less

Wonderful Digital Diaspora Family Reunion Roadshow at the Sugar Hill Childrens Museum of Art & Storytelling. So many great stories from participants as young as 2-years old up to 90+! One young photographer was just back from The Womens March in DC and shared photos from the March and spoke about her experiences and how it the March created family out of strangers. She saw Digital Diaspora Roadshow doing the same thing. Powerful.

Yeonkyeong Kim, Gerald Timberlake and 8 others like this

Carolyn RameyI enjoyed the time to fellowship w/Rev. Malika, Producer Harris, & the elders. Children showing their photos & telling their stories was pricless & they were musically engaged all on stage stepping w/African hand-held instruments to the rhythms of the drum.

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Digital Diaspora Family Reunion Roadshow is coming to the Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling THIS SUN Jan 22nd at 3:30pm, in partnership with Reverend Malika Lee Whitney! Participants are invited to share their family photographs and stories! This roadshow is open for both kids and adults! $7 for adults and free for kids(0-8)->http://bit.ly/2k1r0ll ... See MoreSee Less

Digital Diaspora Family Reunion Roadshow is coming to the Sugar Hill Childrens Museum of Art & Storytelling THIS SUN Jan 22nd at 3:30pm, in partnership with Reverend Malika Lee Whitney! Participants are invited to share their family photographs and stories! This roadshow is open for both kids and adults! $7 for adults and free for kids(0-8)->http://bit.ly/2k1r0ll

Darasia Selby-Adebisi and her mother talk about her grandfather who was a veteran and a bar owner in Philadelphia at our Digital Diaspora Family Reunion Roadshow. Their faces are full of pride! Visit our Flickr and check out more! Special thanks to one of our partners Project HOME bit.ly/ddfr_philly ... See MoreSee Less

Darasia Selby-Adebisi and her mother talk about her grandfather who was a veteran and a bar owner in Philadelphia at our Digital Diaspora Family Reunion Roadshow. Their faces are full of pride! Visit our Flickr and check out more! Special thanks to one of our partners Project HOME http://bit.ly/ddfr_philly

Charles Williams shares tales of his Doowop days with the group The Four Epics at our Digital Diaspora Family Reunion Roadshow in Philadelphia. Visit our Flickr to know more! ->http://bit.ly/ddfr_philly Special Thanks to one of our partners Project HOME! ... See MoreSee Less

Charles Williams shares tales of his Doowop days with the group The Four Epics at our Digital Diaspora Family Reunion Roadshow in Philadelphia. Visit our Flickr to know more! ->http://bit.ly/ddfr_philly Special Thanks to one of our partners Project HOME!

Anthony R Phillips, Michele Wallace and 5 others like this

Connie BottinelliNice Thomas Allen Harris! Project Home, great partner. Sister Mary Scullion, the founder, is a long time friend. I did two documentaries on her and the women living on the street that she would bring into Women of Hope, before she started Project Home. Good choice of partners for Philadelphia, my old home town.

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