This past Saturday, September 18th, the Humanities Truck participated in the 2019 “Celebrate Petworth” Festival. The event, organized “by and for the residents of Petworth” brings together the community to celebrate the neighborhood’s history with food, drink, and live entertainment.
The usually quiet streets of Tenleytown came to life for Art All Night on Saturday evening. Before Art All Night festival, I thought the town is so quiet (and dead), but it changed my mind tonight. The Humanities Truck was
This Spring, the Humanities Truck has been on the road with an exhibit featuring day laborers as photographers of their own everyday lives. The exhibit, Invisible Hands: Jornaleros Manos Invisibles: Day laborers, was inaugurated at the Katzen Museum on September,
On December 1, 2018, the 30th anniversary of World AIDS Day, the Humanities Truck joined thousands and participated in Whitman-Walker Health’s Walk & 5K to End HIV. Parked at Freedom Plaza, the Truck housed a pop-up exhibit entitled “We Can
On Wednesday, March 20th at 4pm, we launched the Humanities Truck Lecture Series with Jeremy Brecher’s “Fifty Years of Doing History from Below.” Jeremy Brecher is author of History from Below: How to Uncover and Tell the Story of Your Community,