On Monday March 18 at 7 PM
Michelle Jones’ film “Master Builders” showcases the life and projects of pioneering African American architects in Washington DC at the end of the 19th century. Many years in the making, this documentary brings to light an overlooked contribution to architecture in the nation’s capital. The DC Preservation League website proclaims it “… truly a history worthy to be shared.”
Executive Producer Michelle Jones, a former archivist at the American Institute of Architects, will be on hand to discuss the film.
Black Studies Center, Room 316
Martin Luther King Jr Memorial Library
901 G Street, NW