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In the background, an unfinished wood structure was taking the shape of a small house with installation artist and builder Peter Krsko hard at work. As he laid out wood planks, cutting them to length and hammering them in place, the group completed a communally written poem, recited by Bass inside the open frame. When finished, it will be a replica of the house of Reverend Richard A. Hall’s late 19th century home that once stood on Stanton Road.”
~Washington Informer, June 28, 2017.
 Waiting for the permit before we can assemble the house on site!
Waiting for the permit before we can assemble the house on site!
 Charde Reid gives a presentation on the archaeology that the DC Office of Historic Preservation has been doing around Anacostia for the past 30 years.
Charde Reid gives a presentation on the archaeology that the DC Office of Historic Preservation has been doing around Anacostia for the past 30 years.
 Family makes a home.
Family makes a home.
 Artist Amber Robles-Gordon led a group in making Talking Sticks.
Artist Amber Robles-Gordon led a group in making Talking Sticks.
 We told stories about we felt about the meaning of home, or about living in Anacostia, or about a social justic issue that we cared about.
We told stories about we felt about the meaning of home, or about living in Anacostia, or about a social justic issue that we cared about.

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