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American Studies

Georgetown University circa 1850
Georgetown students address the impact of slavery on the legacy of education inequality and college preparedness in black communities.
Old photo of Healy hall at Georgetown University
Georgetown's history with the institution of slavery is told through the lens of family members who sued for their freedom at the turn of the 19th century.
Taking a close look at the lives and memories of three contemporary Veterans, How Can I Tell You About War reveals the complexities of identifying as an American Veteran.
"To Be Dunbar" examines the nation’s first public high school for African Americans, Paul Laurence Dunbar High School, a site of academic excellence in DC until desegregation.
This documentary tells the story of the history and current day status of Georgetown ROTC through shadowing one of its top cadets.
A documentary exploring Union Market's place in Washington, D.C.
"An Enduring Gift" examines the story and influence of the Japanese gift of cherry trees to Washington, D.C.