Meet Trenton: Declaring Independence, Then and Now
Did you know that on July 8, 1776 the Declaration of Independence was read publicly for the first time in three places - Philadelphia, Easton, Pa., and Trenton, NJ? In this episode of Meet Trenton, we talk with David Niescior, a historical interpreter with the the Old Barracks Museum, and Algernon Ward Jr., a social activist, community organizer, and historical reenactor with 1st Rhode Island Regiment, about how history helps us understand the present, what the reading of the Declaration of Independence meant during colonial times, and what its ideals of freedom, equality, and liberty mean for us today. Meet Trenton aims to introduce Princeton University and wider community to the people and organizations both preserving the past and leading the city forward. Want to learn more? Check out more resources at: https://pace.princeton.edu/do-service-well/meet-trenton/episode-two.
Why Am I a Reporter?
Part of a series of short documentary films about finding meaning in an otherwise ordinary life. Mark Fontes describes the work, struggle, and satisfaction of being a NJ TV News/Sports reporter. Director/Producer: Nick Donnoli Director of Photography/Editor: Nick Donnoli Shot on a Panasonic HPX-170 2010-2012
Princeton Battlefield Scene: Metal detecting with Ethan
This scene was part of a larger video at Princeton University that documented a course which examined the Princeton Battlefield through the lenses of archeology, history, engineering, and art. (Video produced during my time as a Multimedia Specialist in the Office of Communications at Princeton University. Copyright 2018 The Trustees of Princeton University.)
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