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1968!

1968!

It’s the 50th anniversary of one of the most pivotal years in American 20th century history. I’ve been writing about 1968 for Washington City Paper starting with the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination and the civil unrest that followed in Washington, DC. What I discovered is no person or event can […]

Making Brave Space – Indie Lens Pop-Up with The People’s Supper

Making Brave Space – Indie Lens Pop-Up with The People’s Supper

In a time of heightened awareness about racial injustice, sexual harassment, immigration, gender, politics, within an atmosphere and culture that encourages the combative debate…How do you have a conversation about race around the holiday dinner table? I invited The People’s Supper (TPBS) and its process to assist me in creating brave space for courageous conversations following […]

Hypergentrification and “Class Divide”

Hypergentrification and “Class Divide”

In September Michon Boston Group Ltd brought together HBO Documentaries  and Urban Institute for an extended preview and discussion about the documentary Class Divide . Class Divide is a timely look at the widening divide between the “haves” and the “have nots” through the microcosm of NYC’s West Chelsea neighborhood, where an elite private school […]

Finding Common Ground

Finding Common Ground

“Finding common ground” evolved as a theme for May. It was the theme for conversations around the documentary The Armor of Light a film by Abigail Disney and Kathleen Hughes. It has been an amazing experience to participate in several of the engagement activities and conversations for The Armor of Light in Washington, DC and […]