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“Dear Chinatown” at Lunar New Year

Gung hay fat choy! Happy New Year! On Sunday, January 26, I joined forces with the 1882 Foundation, the Humanities Truck, and the Anacostia Community Museum to host the first prototype of the Dear Chinatown project at this year’s Lunar

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Bringing D.C. Communities Together with the Humanities Truck

As a graduate assistant working with Humanities Truck fellow Laura Waters Hinson, I am privileged to help highlight the diverse voices and stories of community members around Washington D.C. Professor Hinson leads American University’s Community Voice Lab (CVL) and graduate

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Day Laborers at the Corner: Coming to Light

This Fall, the Humanities Truck went on the road once again with an exhibit featuring day laborers as photographers of their own everyday lives, alongside portraits of day laborers at the corner of the only Home Depot in Washington, DC.

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A Small But Changing World

On Saturday, November 9th, the Humanities Truck Team joined members of the Petworth community to explore D.C. history, public art, and storytelling, at its second “It’s A Small World After All” event. Organized by community historian Peter Stebbins and the

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AU Golden Eagles: the Class of 1969

On Friday, October 4th, the Humanities Truck welcomed the Class of 1969 to the Golden Eagles Reunion at American University’s All-American Weekend. The event marked the 50th anniversary of the 1968-1969 academic year, dubbed “A Year of Protest, a Year

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