Raw & Uncut Interview
Film Director, Khari Eyen Z. Kibwe Johnson:
The Youth Perspective
...An excavation was conducted in 2015 on the 300 year old site of the log cabin where Yarrow Mamout, a distinguished formerly enslaved person had once lived centuries ago in an area that is now today an exclusively wealthy and predominately white neighborhood known as Georgetown. Efforts are being made to restore the full image of his significant legacy and highlight the impact and contributions he made within the memory of our history. I SAW DC!'s Film director Khari Eyen Z. Kibwe Johnson makes several references about Yarrow Mamout during his interview. He is the founder of I SAW! DC's youth project. He also serves as the Chief Research Investigator and Digital Curator within the role of I SAW DC!'s youth project director.