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“Producing a five minute video about my father and how he survived the Holocaust was an experience I will forever cherish. The idea came to me on the first day of our two-day seminar, Re-Imagining the Family Album with Professor Thomas Allen Harris at Hunter College’s Integrated Media Arts Program.” “On that first day, I quickly […]
By Eric K. Washington “At the Grand Central station is a colored man who probably knows more people than any other Negro in New York,” a front page lede in the New York Age read in 1923. “He is Chief James H. Williams, head of the Red Caps of the Grand Central station.” James H. […]
Just before our DDFR Dartmouth Roadshow on May 9th, I was invited by Lecturer Martin Roberts to present on DDFR in his Digital Arts & Culture course. The topic of the class that day was pretty broad – “Afro-Futurist Histories” – looking at a range of African and African-American digital arts projects. I screened a bit […]
At 1World1Family, we get requests. Below is the latest one to cross our desk. We are sharing it with you, our Digital Diaspora Family Reunion family, to see if anyone may be able to help Hugh! Hello! My name is Hugh Ryan and I’m a curator in New York City working on a show […]