WETA Videos

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If You Lived Here

Shaw

Christine and John explore three homes in D.C.’s historic Shaw neighborhood.

If You Lived Here

Shaw

Video thumbnail: WETA Arts WETA Arts: February 2021

WETA Arts

WETA Arts: February 2021

WETA Arts celebrates Black History Month with stories from around DC.

WETA Arts

WETA Arts: February 2021

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The Black Church in Washington

Politics and the Church

An AME pastor reflects on the intersection of religion and politics in Washington, D.C.

The Black Church in Washington

Politics and the Church

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When Music Makes History

If I Can Dream

In 1968, Elvis closes his “Comeback Special” with a tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

When Music Makes History

If I Can Dream

Video thumbnail: Looking for the Helpers Long Live GoGo

Looking for the Helpers

Long Live GoGo

Long Live GoGo seeks to return Black music to the forefront of Chocolate City.

Looking for the Helpers

Long Live GoGo

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When Music Makes History

What's Going On

In 1971, Marvin Gaye releases the landmark protest anthem What’s Going On.

When Music Makes History

What's Going On

Video thumbnail: Looking for the Helpers Nick's Lego Program

Looking for the Helpers

Nick's Lego Program

A Maryland teenager's love of Legos has turned into a program to help kids in need.

Looking for the Helpers

Nick's Lego Program

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Washington in the 2000s

Washington in the 2000s

WETA revisits the people and events that shaped Washington in the new millennium.

Washington in the 2000s

Washington in the 2000s