An immersive exploration of the complex, multi-faceted identity of Georgetown University through the lens of Old North, the university's oldest standing building. This reflexive remix was created as part of The Pilgrimage Project. To learn more, visit http://oldnorth.georgetown.domains/remix-practices/remix-old-north-remembered-old-north-forgotten/
Image credits: Georgetown University archive, the Georgetown University Working Group on Slavery, Memory, and Reconciliation, Wikipedia and Wikimedia Commons, Flickr Creative Commons, Jiaxi Xing, Nathan Danskey, Areej Mehdi, Sam Redd, Han Wu, Julia Anastos, Sarah Fisher, Jee Young Kim, Evelyn Pacheco, and Christina Smith.
This film contains excerpts of “Exploring Old North” by Fatima Al-Dosari and Dur Kattan.
Sound credits: Music by Sam Redd; ambient sounds by Nathan Danskey and Liz Sabatiuk; readings by Owen Agho, Naina Boveja, Nathan Danskey, Dur Kattan, Sam Redd, Liz Sabatiuk, and Ken Wake. All words are taken from The Old North Book and the “What We Know” pamphlet released in 2015 by Georgetown’s Working Group on Slavery, Memory, and Reconciliation.