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"Remembering YoU" was made possible due to the generosity and support of the Georgetown University Humanities Initiative and HumanitiesDC. We also thank Dr. Joseph McCartin and Georgetown University's Kalmanovitz Institute for Labor and the Working Poor, as well as Dr. Uwe Brandes and Georgetown University's Global Cities Initiative for their additional support.
Apart from our sponsors, we would like to thank in particular Dr. Maurice Jackson, Professor, Georgetown University, and Rev. Dr. Sandra Butler-Truesdale, without whose guidance, generosity and wisdom this project would never have come into being. We thank all the speakers at our events and we are deeply and particularly grateful to the many individuals and institutions who opened their doors to us including:
The Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge and James Morgan III
The Ali Family, Dr. Bernie Demczuk and Ben's Chili Bowl
Diane Taitt and The Anthony Bowen YMCA
The Thurgood Marshall Center
Rev. William Lamar and Metropolitan AME
Fr. Raymond Kemp, SJ and St. Augustine's Catholic Church
Rev. Carlos Younger and Freedom Baptist Church
The DC LGBT Center and Rayceen Pendarvis
Sankofa Video Books and Café
Abdur-Rahim Muhammad and Hung Tao Choy Mei Leadership Institute
Mestre Kojo X Johnson and Fundação Internacional de Capoeira Angola DC
Andy Shallal and Busboys and Poets
Dr. Frank Smith and the African American Civil War Museum
The Eaton DC
Thanks to to our friends beyond DC: Tawana Petty and the Detroit Community Technology Project and Columbia University's Architectures of Knowledge Group.
We also thank Ojus Jain, Tiana Mobley and Kosi Ndkwe for their help in documenting our events. A special thanks to Janice Liverance, Amy Chidester and Chris Seeling for their invaluable logistical support.
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