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    “Dolly” – Runaway Slave

    “Through A Lens Darkly” Short Shot with Deborah Willis and Barbara Krauthamer, about a runaway slave named “Dolly” and what her freedom represents.

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    Love of Hip-Hop

    Brooklyn based photographer Adama Delphine Fawundu-Buford talks about one of her major influences in this "Through A Lens Darkly" short.

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    DDFR 2015 Trailer

    Digital Diaspora Family Reunion views our family albums as documents of a PEOPLE'S history.

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    A Different Truth

    Dorothea Trufelman speaks about one photograph that she holds close and represents a different truth.

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    A Loving Family Tradition

    Artist Daesha Harris shares with us her family's love for fishing every year.

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    A New Discovery

    Skidmore student Brittany Kent got to learn a little more about her family history involving the Cherokee tribe and reflect on the importance of knowing your identity.

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    From Philly with Love

    Our Digital Diaspora roadshow visits the Honickman Learning Center in North Philadelphia, PA. Our participant Alicia LaTorre shares her family photographs.

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    Chas Nol and his Dutch Family Album

    Dutch descendant, Chas Nol, shows us a piece of his heritage from Holland during the Digital Diaspora roadshow in Richmond, California. Held at East Bay Center for the Performing Arts.

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    Salim Mu A’khil in Harlem Memories

    Digital Diaspora Family Reunion Roadshow at the DuSable Museum of African American History in Chicago, IL. Here’s a taste of what went down.

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    Help Build A Racial Justice Toolkit

    Everywhere we have traveled, people have asked us how they, too, can use our film and transmedia platform in their schools, places of work, organizations and neighborhoods to spark cross-cultural and inter-generational dialogues on issues of race, visual representation, self-identity, self-determination and how we “see” one another, especially ideas around “The Other.” This campaign will […]