Black Heritage Museum of ArlingtonCurrently a museum-without-walls, the BHMA was founded to celebrate the African American journey to freedom in Arlington County. At the heart of the BHMA mission is the story of Freedmen's Village.
Directed by Marymount Student, Sarah Gulick
Video and Still Photography, Art Direction and Design by Sarah Gulick
Produced by Barry Erdeljon and Margaret Mulrooney
In collaboration with the Black Heritage Museum of Arlington
Producer and Executive Director: Barry Erdeljon, MFA
Historic Consultant: Dr. Margaret Mulrooney, PhD
Narrated by Vincent Stovall and David Paglin
Special Thanks to: Welbe "Peggy" Deskins, Talmadge Williams, Arlington County Public Library Virginia Room, National Park Service, Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, Marymount University
Music: 'America United' by Vincent Stovall; Library of Congress Memory Collection, 'Now What a Time': Blues Gospel, and the Fort Valley Music Festivals, 1938-1943
©2004 Marymount University & Black Heritage Museum of Arlington
FREEDMEN'S VILLAGE GOOD PT2A segment of AVN's monthly magazine program, Here/now, the second segment of our studio interview with Dr. Talmadge Williams, discusses the efforts being made to make the Black Heritage Museum of Arlington a reality.
A. Peter Bailey on his Play "Malcom, Martin, Medgar"As part of the Black Heritage Museum of Arlington Virginia's Speaker Series, journalist, author and educator A. Peter Bailey speaks about his play, "Malcom, Martin, Medgar". Recorded on January 26 2017 at the Arlington Public Library. Mr. Bailey was introduced by Craig Syphax, president of the Black Heritage Museum of Arlington. www.arlingtonblackheritage.org.
Black History - Arlington Slaves
Virginia Pharmacist Makes HistoryArlington, Va. – Green Valley Pharmacy in Arlington, Va. has been open almost every single day since 1952 – thanks to the hard work of Dr. Leonard Muse.
Document Arlington (2016): The Spirit of NauckProduced through the facilities of Arlington Independent Media. Raise your voice!
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First Person: Hidden Past at National CemeteryIt is hallowed ground, a place where the nation buries its war dead. But part of this storied land at Arlington National Cemetery now covers what used to be a thriving black town, called Freedman's Village. (April 20)
Green Valley Nauck Documentary by Gunston TV (2006)There are four main chapters: Click on time code below to skip to different Chapters.
1. Brother 2 Brother Interview (beginning)
2. Green Valley/Nauck Pride Day: Skip to 7:48
3. Memories Growing Up in the Valley: Skip to 14:59
4. John Robinson Interview: Skip to 22:45