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Caribbean Life: “DDFR Documenting Black Life”

Author Tequila Minsky writes on the DDFR Roadshow Harlem Grand Finale for Caribbean LIfe. Tequila’s article stands out as it was the only one to comprehensively cover the DDFR Grand Finale event. Excerpt from Tequila Minksy’s article: New York-based documentary filmmaker Thomas Allen Harris is merging his filmic skills with oral traditions and new technologies […]

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NPR’s The Takeaway Features DDFR

On Wednesday, March 2, The Takeaway‘s John Hockenberry interviewed Thomas Allen Harris on Digital Diaspora Family Reunion in an episode the called: “Rewriting History, One Family Photo at a Time.” The Takeaway: They say that history is written by the people in power. And for centuries in the Western world, that meant that stories by […]

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DDFR Comes to Harlem Stage

DDFR Roadshow Comes to Harlem February 2011 Bring your Family Photo Album to life with award-winning documentary filmmaker and artist Thomas Allen Harris through his interactive DDFR Roadshow (DDFR.TV), a multimedia event showcasing images of our communities and our ancestors. DDFR Roadshow Wed-Fri, Feb 23-25, 2011, 3-8 pm | The Gatehouse | FREE (reservation required). […]

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DDFR @ Atlanta

On Saturday February 21st, Thomas Allen Harris delivered the final program of the Integrated Media Association – Public Media Conference held at the West Peachtree Plaza in downtown Atlanta, Georgia. Following a screening of excerpts from the “Through A Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People” documentary and multimedia outreach project – […]

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INTRODUCING: Digital Diaspora Family Reunion

Digital Diaspora Family Reunion is a touring Roadshow that travels across the African Diaspora to uncover the hidden treasures in family photographic archive. Individuals are invited to explore the rich and revealing historical narratives found within their own family photograph albums and share their stories with the world.

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