Documentary on three Rwandans’ efforts to understand the roots of the genocide that made them orphans.
Wistariahurst Museum is uncovering the history of the black community in Holyoke, sourced primarily from people’s attics, scrapbooks and memories.
Oral histories of families living in the Dudley Street neighborhood of Roxbury.
An exhibition of eight historic neon road signs of Massachusetts businesses along Boston’s Greenway.
Exhibit capturing rare photos of the post-emancipation generation community of color in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Using the power of history to help people make sense of their situation, heal, and rebuild a community.
Documentary investigating the mistreatment of American Indian children, families and communities in Maine.
About the life and work of James Baldwin.
Defining liberty in the 21st century with the wisdom of the crowd.
Students engage in self-discovery through the power of memoir.