As the Digital Diaspora Family Reunion Roadshow travels from city to city, there have been many surprises as communities share memories, places and people. Last July, we visited the Bronx Museum of the Arts, where participants were invited to share their photographs and stories of growing up in the Bronx
The Digital Diaspora Family Reunion Roadshow wrapped up its’ final city-wide tour funded by the Rockefeller Foundation NYC Cultural Innovation Fund when visiting a New York borough most personal to creator and filmmaker Thomas Allen Harris – the Bronx!
THE BRONX MUSEUM OF THE ARTS AND DIGITAL DIASPORA FAMILY REUNION SEEK REAL BRONX TALES: CELEBRATING FAMILY AND THE BRONX!
Celebrating 193 Years of African American History on Staten Island! Digital Diaspora Family Reunion (DDFR) in cooperation with the Sandy Ground Historical Society, hosted a DDFR ROADSHOW GRAND FINALE at the Central Family Life Center
By Arianne C. Edmonds In a culture so obsessed with the preservation of “now” and the constant documentation of our daily lives via Facebook and Twiter, it was refreshing to participate in an event like the Digital Diaspora Family Reunion Road Show.
The Digital Diaspora Family Reunion (DDFR) collaborates with project sponsor, the Brooklyn College Community Partnership (BCCP) for the lively week of filming for the “DDFR Brooklyn College Roadshow” where over sixty (60) Brooklyn College Students, Faculty, Staff, Alumni, and local
The Brooklyn College Community Partnership (BCCP) will host the Flatbush Brooklyn edition of the Digital Diaspora Family Reunion (DDFR) Roadshow this October on the Brooklyn College Campus. The DDFR Roadshow—the brainchild of filmmaker, journalist and educator Thomas Allen Harris
The Digital Diaspora Family Reunion (DDFR) team was honored to attend the 143rd Still Family Reunion in Lawnside, New Jersey on August 12, 2012. The Still gathering is one of the largest African American Family Reunions in the United States with hundreds of relatives, friends, neighbors, and supporters attending each year.
The Digital Diaspora Family Reunion (DDFR) Roadshow arrives in Queens! Thomas Allen Harris and his DDFR Roadshow Team filmed seven interviews in Corona, Queens last week in partnership with Louis Armstrong House Museum (LAHM) and Langston Hughes Community Library and Cultural Center.
By Karina Mangu-Ward ArtsFWD.org Newsletter Published: February 13, 2012 We’ve been blown away by the positive response to our Audio Postcards about