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Des Burkinabè se solidarisent pour combattre l’insécurité

by Natasia Petuil

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by Bryan Gallion 
Street Sense, May 2017 
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by Sheilah Kast & Maureen Harvie & Melissa Gerr
On The Record — WYPR, April 2017

 

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by Amy Nelson
Biohabitats, April 2017

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by Joel Brown 
Boston University, March 2017 
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Open Tree Map blog, January 2017
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by Van Jones
CNN, December 2016
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By Jacob Bertstein
The New York Times, November 2016
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By Daniel Marans
The Huffington Post, November 2016
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By Catherine Woodiwiss
Sojourners, November 2016
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By Josh Feldman
MEDIAite, November 2016

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Kartemquin Films Blog, October 2016
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by Edwin Martinez
International Documentary Association, July 2016

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How Planting Trees Helped this Ex-Offender Turn His Life Around

by Kate Abbey-Lambertz

Huffington Post, April 2016

 

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City of Trees Provides a Look Into the Promise of Urban Green Jobs Programs

by Jason Kozlowski

In These Times, April 2016

 

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City of Trees: an urgent story about reentry and environmental justice

by Mary Ellen Sprenkel

Huffington Post, April 2016

 

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Hope Grows on Trees in These Low-Income Neighborhoods

by Rocky Kistner

NDRC, April 2016 

 

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Reelin' in the Years

CityPaper, April 2016

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The DCist Guide to FilmFest DC

DCist, April 2016

   

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Environmental film festival features local filmmakers

by Mark Lieberman

Current Newspapers, March 16, 2016

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City of Trees: a lens on a local "green jobs" program

The Kojo Nnamdi Show 

WAMU/NPR 88.5 FM, March 10, 2016

 

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23 things to do in DC this March

by David Taylor

Washingtonian Magazine, February 29, 2016

 

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Conversations in Green

by Jean Ponzi

KDHX/ Earthworms, November 4, 2015

 

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In DC neighborhoods, rebuilding the environment — and resident's lives

by Rebecca Sheir

WAMU/NPR 88.5 FM, October 16, 2015


The Storytellers

by Maura Mahoney

Bethesda Magazine, January 2015

 

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National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE): January Member Org Profile

NAMLE blog, January 28, 2015

 

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Remember the so-called "Obama Stimulus"?

by Van Jones

VanJones.net, December 17, 2014

 

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iPads and Arts Education: Rewriting Cultural Narratives with the 524 Project

Edutopia, December 10, 2014

 

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GW Student Documentary Uncovers Story of High School Dropouts

GW Today, November 3, 2014

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District's Artistic Achievements Take Center Stage at 29th Annual Mayor's Arts Awards

DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, October 30, 2014

 

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Documentary examines conservation efforts and recession

by Hannah Traverse

Huffington Post, June 21, 2013

 

More than words: using video to inspire change

United States Department of State, February 2013

 

Bethesda native brings story of D.C. neighborhood to film fest

by Aaron Kraut

BethesdaNow.com, February 19, 2013

 

What a piece of work is man

by George Heymont

Huffington Post, July 8, 2012

 

Q&A with Lance Kramer: Empowering Communities through Film

by Erica Schlaikjer

Benevolent Media, May 24, 2012

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Ellie Walton, documentary filmmaker and D.C. native, turns a wide lens on her city

by Carla Broyles

The Washington Post, April 26, 2012

 

In Defense of Bootstrapping or Why Asking For Permission Sucks

by Dan Oshinsky

The Agency Post, January 9, 2012

 

D.C.‘s Film Scene: Finally Coming Into Focus

by Raymond Schillinger

Huffington Post, November 11, 2011

 

Interview with Kojo Nnamdi about ‘Life as a Collage’

The Kojo Nnamdi Show

WAMU 88.5, September 20, 2011

 

Sitar Arts Center students produce documentary about dying teacher

Harris’ Heroes

WJA ABC7, September 21, 2011

 

Local Brothers Changing the World One Documentary Film at a Time

by Kyle Semmel

The Writer’s Center “First Personal Plural,” June 28, 2011

 

DC brothers make films to benefit the community

by Aaron Leibel

Washington Jewish Week, February 10, 2011

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