"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!

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.