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A community oral history project inviting members of Philadelphia's many neighborhoods to document the buildings, public spaces, parks, landmarks and other sites that hold the memories of our communities and define where we live. Unlike oral history projects in other cities, Precious Places teaches the video production process to participating groups, fostering projects authored by those who intimately know the featured neighborhoods.
The Precious Places Community History Project brings together neighborhood groups, independent videographers affiliated with Scribe, and humanities scholars to understand how the history of specific sites in the Philadelphia region have defined neighborhoods and affected the lives of local residents.
Many of this year’s projects focus on communities formed during the first Great Migration (1916-1934), the mass movement of African-Americans from the southern states to the north.
Showcasing local live music acts & local venues in the city of Phila. These acts have been creating a buzz locally but they are on the way to becoming future bright stars nationally & hopefully, the world.
In the Name of the Ayatolah
Politics of religion and causes of immigration due to violence & torture
Carol Kuniholm from Fair Districts PA and the League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania discusses the gerrymandering and the campaign to ensure fair redistricting.
Highlights several artists and art scenes in the capitol city.
Highlights from the 4th annual WIM conference, 'Crossing Borders' held September 24th, 2016 in Philadelphia. Featuring interviews with event organizers and the Keynote speaker Tracey Davidson, NBC Anchor.
African Dance and Drum Ensemble, Kulu Mele performs a new show titled Brazil and Beyond.
Produced by Community Legal Services, this short video alerts potential homeowners about the risk of rent to own scams
The 100-Seconds is an international celebration of culture through the language of motion media and the common constraint of 100 seconds.