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Beliefnet | June 26, 2014

Margaret Talbot and I will kick off our second series of Pre-Code films at Washington, D.C.’s Hill Center tomorrow night with “The Ladies They Talk About.” As Margaret says, it’s Depression-era “Orange is the New Black,” much of it set in a women’s prison with a colorful group of inmates. It is based on a play written by an actress who herself served time in prison.

Hill Center YouTube Channel | June 25, 2014

Sister Simone Campbell has served as Executive Director of NETWORK, a progressive Catholic leader in the global movement for justice and peace, since 2004. She is a religious leader, attorney and poet with extensive experience in public policy and advocacy for systemic change. In Washington, she lobbies on issues of peace-building, immigration reform, healthcare and economic justice. Around the country, she is a noted speaker and educator on these public policy issues.

Hill Center YouTube Channel | June 16, 2014

All Politics is Local with NBC4 Reporters Tom Sherwood and Mark Segraves with guest, David Catania, DC Councilmember and 2014 Independent Candidate for Mayor.

David Catania, At-Large, Independent DC Councilmember, was first elected in 1997. He is the Chairman of the Council's Committee on Education and serves on the Committees on Health, Finance and Revenue, and Government Operations. He is a graduate of Georgetown University and Georgetown Law Center.

Design in Third Person | June 10, 2014

Put this on your must-see list in the next 12 days: A wonderful exhibit of local artists in a historic venue, Hill Center Galleries at the Old Naval Hospital, located at 921 Pennsylvania Avenue, S.E. in Washington, DC. The show runs through Sunday, June 22, 2014.