Films

"The Other Wes Moore" Film Series: "Two Nations of Black America"

Two Nations of Black America: There is a growing economic divide in black America. Today, America's black middle class is the largest in its history, yet roughly one-third of black America continues to live in poverty. This film measures the economic and social success of the civil rights movement and the gap between middle class and poor African-Americans through interviews with noted African-Americans and historical film footage.

Films at the Library

Call 202-645-0755 for film titles. Adults.

Films at the Library

Call 202-645-0755 for film title.

Films at the Library

Call 202-645-0755 for film title.

Films at the Library

Call 202-645-0755 for film titles.

Film Festival

Watch a movie at your local DC Public Library. Visit or contact Capitol View Library (202-645-0755) to get specific information about the movie being presented. Ages 16 and up.

Movie of the Month

Watch the movie The Women of Brewster Place (NR), and receive a women in history bookmark.

Ira Blount Film

Watch a documentary film (NR), The Common Thread That Binds, which chronicles the life of Ira Blount, a multi-talented artisan. The DVD will be for sale to benefit the Friends of Capitol View. For more information, call 202-645-0755.

Film Series: Gay and Lesbian Pride Month

Watch On the Downlow (NR).

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