Allison Silberberg
Vice Mayor of Alexandria
 

Media


Serving as Vice Mayor on Alexandria City Council 2013



  1. Alexandria News: “Barnes & Noble Holiday Book Reading to Benefit Child &

         Family Network Centers” (December 20, 2013)


  1. Patch: “Alexandria Vice Mayor Hosts ‘Council on Your Corner’ Saturday

        at Charles Houston” (December 20, 2013)


  1. Alexandria Times: “Letter to the Editor by Van Fleet: City Council has overreached

        again with Eminent Domain Threat” (December 12, 2013)


  1. Gazette Packet: “Vola Lawson Dies at 79: Former City Manager was a trailblazer

        for women, minorities” (December 11, 2013)


  1. Gazette Packet: “Alexandria Mayor Bill Euille may join McAuliffe Administration,

        Prompting Special Election” (December 11, 2013)


  1. Alexandria Times: “Letter to the Editor by Jim Roberts: City Council needs to

        wake up and smell the coffee” (December 5, 2013)


  1. Alexandria Times: “Letter to the Editor by Kathryn Papp: City Hall torpedoed any

        Hope for Resolution on the Waterfront” (November 26, 2013)


  1. WAMU (NPR): Alexandria Sets 90-day Ultimatum for use of Eminent Domain

       (November 20, 2013)


  1. The Alexandria Gazette: Alexandria City Council Issues 90-Day Ultimatum to

        Boat Club   (November 21, 2013)


  1. Patch: Alexandria Officials Hope for Compromise But Unwilling to Drop

        Eminent Domain in Boat Club Feud   (November 20, 2013)


  1. Alexandria News: “Alexandria City Council sets 90-day Limit on Negotiations

        with ODBC; Leaves Eminent Domain an Option” (November 20, 2013)


  1. The Washington Post: Alexandria, boat club to resume talks on riverfront

        parking lot for 90 days   (November 20, 2013)


  1. NBC4: “Alexandria Officials Plan to Use Eminent Domain to Acquire

        Old Town Parking Lot” (November 19, 2013)


  1. Allison Silberberg’s Column:Keep Old Town Old Town” on Patch, in

        The Alexandria Times and Gazette Packet (October 31, 2013)


  1. Gazette Packet: “Half a Loaf, Sort of: City waives $1 million affordable housing

        contribution; Council to consider restoring half next year.” (October 23, 2013)


  1. Gazette Packet: “Lois L. Walker Dies at 73” (October 17, 2013)


  1. The Alexandria Times: “Editorial: Presenting a Worthy Agenda for City Council

        (September 12, 2013)


  1. Gazette Packet: “City Leaders Consider Eminent Domain if Boat Club Rejects

        Final Compromise: Eights years of negotiation coming to a dramatic conclusion

        on the waterfront.” (September 5, 2013)


  1. Gazette Packet: “City Attorney Gave Green Light to Hensley before

        All Documents were Reviewed” (August 8, 2013)


  1. Patch: “Waterfront Market Seeks Input on Offerings” (August 8, 2013)


  1. Gazette Packet: “City Attorney Determines No Impediment to Hensley Lease,

        but Record Remains Unclear” (August 1, 2013)


  1. Gazette Packet: “Public Land, Private Gain: Developer wants to transform

        city-owned park into sports complex” (July 18, 2013) 


  1. The Alexandria Times: “Hunting Point Residents Seek a Fair and Equitable

        Solution”  (July 11, 2013)


  1. Gazette Packet: “ACVA bids farewell to Merrie Morris” (July 3, 2013)


  1. The Alexandria Times: “Moran: Don’t Expect Federal Aid for Metro Project

        (June 28, 2013)


  1. The Alexandria Times: “Hunting Point Residents Call on City Council for Help

        (June 27, 2013)


  1. The Alexandria Times: “Hunting Point Residents Fear Rising Rents,

        Fees will Force Them Out” (June 26, 2013)


  1. Gazette Packet: “A Sporty Proposal” on Page 3 (June 26, 2013)


  1. Patch: “ACVA says Farewell to Merrie Morris” (June 21, 2013)


  1. The Alexandria Times: “Alexandria City Council puts an end to Set-Aside Kerfuffle

        (June 19, 2013)


  1. Gazette Packet: Photo at the 2013 Alexandria Armenian Festival (June 1, 2013)


  1. Gazette Packet: Vice Mayor Silberberg’s Column:

        “How Did that Happen? A Tale of Two Funds” (May 29, 2013)


  1. The Alexandria Times: Vice Mayor Silberberg’s Column:

        “A Tale of Two Funds” (May 30, 2013)


  1. The Alexandria Times: “Fiscal Feuding over Budget Set-Asides” (May 23, 2013)


  1. The Washington Post: “New cafe comes ashore to the Alexandria waterfront

           (May 22, 2013)


  1. The Washington Post: “Alexandria action worries affordable-housing advocates

        (May 16, 2013)


  1. The Washington Post: “Alexandria alters dedicated fund for affordable housing,

        open space during budget rush” (May 14, 2013)


  1. The Alexandria Times: “City Council approves $624.8 million budget, 4-cent tax hike

        (May 8, 2013)


  1. Gazette Packet: “Horse Trading at City Hall as Council Members Approach

        Budget Deadline” (May 2, 2013)


  1. Patch: “Vice Mayor Silberberg’s ‘Council on Your Corner’ at Ramparts

        (May 2, 2013)


  1. The Alexandria Times: “Letter to the Editor: With Beauregard Vote, City Council

        sends a clear message” (April 25, 2013)


  1. Gazette Packet: “Letter: Being Forced Out” (April 19, 2013)


  1. Gazette Packet: “Candlelight Vigil for Gun Violence Victims” (April 19, 2013)


  1. The Alexandria Times: “Alexandria City Council approves Beauregard zoning changes

        (April 13, 2013)


  1. Patch: “Beauregard Plan OK’d Amidst Pleas for More Affordable Housing

        (April 13, 2013)


  1. The Washington Post: “Alexandria rezones Beauregard Plan” (April 13, 2013)


  1. Gazette Packet: “Amending the Minutes” (April 4, 2013)

        (The story is at the top of page three.)


  1. The Alexandria Times: “Library hours could be cut under proposed budget

        (April 4, 2013)


  1. Patch: “Vice Mayor Silberberg’s ‘Council on Your Corner’ in Old Town

        (April 4, 2013)


  1. The Alexandria Times: “Letter to the Editor: Prepare for another Waterfront Do-over

        (April 4, 2013)


  1. Patch: “Sheriff’s Office Holds Awards, Promotion Ceremony” (April 2, 2013)


  1. The Alexandria Times: “Editorial: Old Town must be protected from Consequences

        of Redevelopment” (March 21, 2013)


  1. The Alexandria Times: “Lawsuits could linger despite revote on Alexandria

        waterfront redevelopment” (March 21, 2013)


  1. Gazette Packet: “Alexandria City Council Rezones Waterfront despite Massive

        Opposition” (March 21, 2013)


  1. Patch: “Letter to the Editor: Virginia is for Lovers and the Alexandria Waterfront is too

        (March 22, 2013)


  1. Patch: “Council OKs Waterfront Amendments” (March 16, 2013)


  1. The Alexandria Times: “Alexandria Waterfront Zoning Changes Approved

        with Supermajority Vote” (March 16, 2013)


  1. The Washington Post: “Alexandria City Council to rezone waterfront, again

        (March 16, 2013)


  1. The Alexandria Times: “Letter to the Editor: Silberberg’s Waterfront Compromise

        will heal old wounds” (March 14, 2013)


  1. Patch: “Planning Commission OKs Waterfront Rezoning” (March 6, 2013)


  1. Patch: “Letter to the Editor: Hill Supports Silberberg’s Waterfront Compromise

        (March 6, 2013)


  1. Patch: “Letter to the Editor: Desfosses on Silberberg’s Waterfront Compromise

        (March 5, 2013)


  1. Patch: “Civic Associations Ask to Defer Zoning Vote” (March 4, 2013)


  1. The Washington Post:Alexandria Waterfront Dispute Revives (March 3, 2013)


  1. Patch: “Police: Suspect in Alexandria Police Shooting Underwent Background Check

        (March 2, 2013)


  1. WAMU, NPR: “Community Battles Back Against VDOT Construction in their Backyard

        (March 1, 2013 -- Written version)


  1. WAMU, NPR: “Community Battles Back Against VDOT Construction in their Backyard

        (March 1, 2013 -- Audio version)


  1. Huffington Post: “Folk Legend Pete Seeger Joins Alexandria Waterfront Debate

        (February 28, 2013)


  1. Patch: “Folk Legend Pete Seeger Joins Alexandria Waterfront Debate” (February 28, 2013)


  1. Patch: “Alexandria City Council to Vote Once Again on Waterfront Plan”  

        (February 15, 2013)


  1. Gazette Packet: Photo at the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce Gala (February 13, 2013)


  1. Patch: “Alexandria Vice Mayor Hosting First ‘Council on Your Corner” (February 1, 2013)


  1. Patch: “Historic African-American Building on Path to Demolition” (January 29, 2013)


  1. The Alexandria Times: “Rookie Alexandria City Councilors outline Goals for the

        Coming Months” (January 14, 2013)


  1. The Alexandria Times: “Editorial: New Council Faces Smorgasbord of Issues

        (January 10, 2013)


  1. Patch: “New Alexandria City Council Installed” (January 3, 2013)


  1. Alexandria News: “New Alexandria City Council Takes Office” (January 3, 2013)



Campaign for Alexandria City Council 2012



















   


   U.S. Senator Mark Warner of Virginia with Allison Silberberg at United Way

      in Old Town. (September 14, 2012)



  1. Patch: “Public Invited to Council Installation Ceremony” (December 28, 2012)


  1. Alexandria News: “Alexandria Celebrates Hanukkah” (December 11, 2012)


  1. Alexandria Gazette Packet: “Analyzing Voting Results” (November 15, 2012)


  1. Patch: “Alexandria Democrats Grab all of City Hall” (November 7, 2012)


  1. The Washington Post: “Alexandria Democrats unseat GOP incumbents

        (November 6, 2012)


  1. Alexandria Times: “Democrats Sweep Alexandria City Council Election

        (November 7, 2012)


  1. Alexandria Gazette Packet: “Democrats Sweep Alexandria City Election

        (November 8, 2012)


  1. Alexandria Gazette Packet: “Alexandria City Council Election Returns: Precinct by Precinct” (November 7, 2012)


  1. Alexandria News: “Staying the Course: Alexandria, Virginia, The Nation

       (November 7, 2012)


  1. Alexandria News Editorial: “Candidates Victorious” (November 7, 2012)


  1. Read the General Election Official Results, Precinct by Precinct (November 6, 2012)


  1. Alexandria Gazette Packet & on Patch: “City Needs Consensus Builder

        (Letter to the Editor by Helen R. Desfosses, November 2012)


  1. Alexandria Gazette Packet & on Patch: “Committed and Energetic

        (Letter to the Editor by Suzanne Lachelier, November 2012)


  1. ACTion Alexandria: “What does the Last Saturday of the Month mean to You?

        (Essay by Allison Silberberg, October 2012)


  1. The Alexandria Times Endorses Allison Silberberg:

        “Editorial: Alexandria Times Endorses Slate of City Council Candidates

        (October 2012)


  1. Patch: “Letter to the Editor: Why Alexandria Needs Allison Silberberg

        By Eileen Cassidy Rivera (October 2012)


  1. Gazette Packet: “Making a Difference

        (Eileen Cassidy Rivera’s same Letter to the Editor, October 2012)


  1. Gazette Packet: “Letter to the Editor: New Voice for the City

        By Ruth T. Woods (October 2012)


  1. The Washington Post: “Alexandria City Council haunted by land-use decisions

        (October 2012)


  1. Gazette Packet: “Choice for Alexandria Voters: Insiders versus Outsiders at City Hall

        (October 2012)


  1. Patch: “Alexandria City Council Candidates Face Off in Monday Debate

        (October 2012)


  1. Gazette Packet: “Is Money buying Influence in the Race for Alexandria City Council?

        (October 2012)


  1. Patch: “Old Town Debate Tackles Waterfront Development” (October 2012)


  1. Washington Jewish Week: “On the Campaign Trail: Allison Silberberg runs

         for City Council” (October 2012)


  1. Patch: “Green Space is a Focus of Campaign Debate” (October 4, 2012)


  1. Alexandria Times: “Alexandria City Council Hopefuls Square Off

     (October 2012)


  1. Gazette Packet: “City Council Debate Heats Up over Taxes and Spending

     (October 2012)


  1. The Washington Post: “Alexandria candidates mix it up at forum“ 

     (October 2012)


  1. The Washington Post: “Cost of running for Alexandria, Arlington offices adds up

     (September 2012)


  1. Gazette Packet: “Incumbents and Former Incumbents Take Heat for BRAC Site

      Selection” (September 2012)


  1. The Washington Post: “BRAC debate dominates Alexandria forum

     (September 2012)


  1. Patch: “BRAC Decision is Focus of Candidate Forum in West End

     (September 2012)


  1. Good News Network: GNN Names First Ever “Good News Ambassadors”


  1. Patch: Voter Turnout on Track with Official’s Predictions


  1. EMILY’s List endorsed Allison Silberberg on August 28, 2012.


  1. Alexandria Gazette Packet: “Cost Per Vote: The Price of Democracy in Alexandria

     (June 2012)


  1. Guest on “The Politics Hour” of The Kojo Nnamdi Show on WAMU on June 22, 2012.


  1. Patch: “Letter to the Editor: Alexandrians for a Livable City Congratulates

     Silberberg” (June 2012)


  1. Patch: “Photo Gallery: Alexandria Democrats’ Unity Party” (June 2012)


  1. Read the Results from the Alexandria Democratic Primary on June 12, 2012.


  1. Read the Precinct by Precinct Results on June 12, 2012.


  1. Alexandria Gazette Packet: “Insiders Prevail in Hotly Contested Primary for Alexandria City Council” (June 2012)

  2. The Washington Post: “Alexandria City Council veterans triumph” (June 2012)


  1. The Alexandria Times: “Updated: Experience Proves Advantageous in Alexandria City Council Democratic Primary” (June 2012)


  1. The Alexandria Times: “Analysis: What the Alexandria Democratic City Council Primary says about Local Voters and the Issues They Care About” (June 2012)


  1. Patch: “Voters Stay the Course, Choose Familiar Faces” (June 2012)


  1. On WAMU (NPR): “Incumbents Emerge Victorious in Alexandria Primary” (June 2012)


  1. On WAMU (NPR): Day Sponsorship (June 2012)

















  1. Endorsed by Not Larry Sabato. (June 2012)


  1. Endorsed by Blue Virginia. (June 2012)


  1. Patch: “Letter to the Editor: Guttmann on Silberberg” (June 2012)


  1. The Washington Post: “Alexandria Democrats raise $343,000 in primary race

      (June 2012)


  1. Gazette Packett: “Unpredictable Democratic primary Heads into Final Stretch

      (June 2012)


  1. The Washington Post: Election Guide 2012


  1. Alexandria Times: Election Guide 2012


  1. Patch: “PAC Alexandrians for Sensible Growth Endorses Five Candidates

     (June 2012)


  1. Patch: “Democratic Council Candidates Offer Visions for the City” (June 2012)


  1. Patch: “Volunteers Chip in at Community Lodgings” (June 2012)


  1. The Washington Post: “Alexandria Democrats Prepare for Crowded Primary

       (June 2012)


  1. Gazette Packett: “14 Candidates Seek Six Seats in Historic Alexandria Democratic Primary

      (May 2012)


  1. Patch: “Waterfront Hot Issue for Silberberg on the Campaign Trail” (May 2012)


  1. Patch: “Trolley Meeting Scheduled for Saturday” (May 2012)


  1. Gazette Packet: “Of Candidates and Authors” (See the “fourth story” down the

     page - May 2012)


  1. Gazette Packet: “Opposing Factions of Democrats Emerge in Hotly Contested

     City Council Primary” (May 2012)

   

  1. Feature in The Buried Lead Blog: “A Combination of Experience, Optimism and

     Kind Ambition: Silberberg Makes Run for Alexandria City Council Seat

     (May 2012)


  1. WAMU: “Alexandria Democratic Party Fractured Leading up to Primary” (May 2012)


  1. The Examiner: “Alexandria Council primary draws a crowd” (May 2012)


  1. New Latino Movement’s Forum on May 10, 2012. Watch the forum.


  1. Patch: “Schools, Development Top Issues during ADC Debate” (May 2012)


  1. Insight Interview with Allison Silberberg (on Ethiopian Satellite Television or ESAT)

     (May 2012)


  1. Patch: “Photo Gallery: First Thursday” (May 2012)


  1. Alexandria Times: “West End residents rally ahead of Planning Commission Hearing

     on Beauregard Plan” (May 2012)


  1. Alexandria Times: “May Day rally highlights West End fears” (May 2012)


  1. Patch: “Council Candidates Recognize Arbor Day” (April 2012)


  1. Alexandria Times: “The Money Machine” (April 2012)


  1. Alexandria Buzz: “Show Me the Money -- Mayor and City Council Candidates

        Release Fundraising Totals” (April 2012)


  1. The Washington Post: “Alexandria council candidates raise more than

        $137,000 for competitive Democratic primary” (April 2012)


  1. Patch: “How Much Money has each Council Candidate Raised?

       (April 2012)


  1. The Washington Post: “Alexandria council candidates jostle for position

       (April 2012)


  1. Old Town Alexandria Patch: “Council Candidates Address Schools,

        Waterfront and Transportation Issues” (April 2012)


  1. Alexandria News: “Council Candidates Participate in First Public Forum

        (April 2012)


  1. Alexandria Times: “Taxi Drivers Accuse Alexandria Yellow Cab of  Exploitation

        (April 2012)


  1. Alexandria Gazette Packet:

         “Alexandria City Council Campaign Shifts Westward as Two New Candidates

         Enter Race” (April 2012)


  1. Patch: “City Council candidates and others scoop for Carpenter’s Shelter

     (April 2012)


  1. The Washington Post: “14 Alexandria Democrats to run for City Council

     (March 2012)


  1. Patch: “State Senators Back Silberberg in Council Race” (March 2012)


  1. Patch: “Silberberg joins Democrats in Race for City Council Seat” (March 2012)


  1. Alexandria Gazette Packet: “Democrats Crowd City Council Field” (March 2012)


  1. Alexandria Gazette Packet:

     “How Would City Council Candidates Have Voted on the Waterfront Plan?

     (March 2012)


  1. Column in The Washington Post: “Alexandria: A Compromise for the Waterfront

        (December 2011)



Columns & Articles by Allison Silberberg


  1. Vice Mayor Silberberg’s Column:Keep Old Town Old Town” on Patch, in

        The Alexandria Times and Gazette Packet (October 31, 2013)


  1. Vice Mayor Silberberg’s Column in the Gazette Packet:

        “How Did that Happen? A Tale of Two Funds” (May 29, 2013)


  1. Vice Mayor Silberberg’s Column in The Alexandria Times:

        “A Tale of Two Funds” (May 30, 2013)


  1. Column in The Washington Post: “Alexandria: A Compromise for the Waterfront”

        (December 2011)


  1. Column in SparkAction: “Can Doing Good Become the New Mercedes?”

        (December 2010)


  1. Column in The Washington Post: “The Moment That Carried This Day”

        (January 2008)


  1. Letter to the Editor in The Washington Post: “A Legacy of Neglect?” (July 2007)


  1. Letter to the Editor in The Washington Post: “Ann Richards Deserved More”

        (September 2006) (Links for these pieces will be listed soon.)


  1. Column in The Dallas Morning News: “Box Holds a Wealth of Valuables: Memories

        of Nanoo” (December 1998)


  1. Column in The Dallas Morning News: “Can’t Stand that Heavy Settle Music”

        (August 1998)


  1. Column in The Dallas Morning News: “A Healthy Bond Carries Daughter, Mom Past

        Illness” (August 1997)


  1. Column in The Dallas Morning News: “Dinner Party Serves Up Some Real Soul Food”

        (December 1996)


  1. Column in Outlook of The Washington Post: “The Woodies Revelation: Can the

        American Community Rise above the Bottom Line?” (November 1995)


  1. Column in Outlook of The Washington Post: “A Film Grows in Anacostia:

        My Creative Kids, Their Movie -- Their Lives” (May 1995)


  1. Article in The Washington Post: “Painter’s Art Celebrates Working Class”

        (Spring 1990)


  1. Article in The Washington Post: “Students Learn by Doing in Belize: Villagers

        Teach Traditions to Curious Contingent from Montgomery” (Spring 1990)



Visionaries In Our Midst


  1. #1 on Amazon’s list of Hot New Releases in Philanthropy & Charity for over two weeks

     and in the top 10 of that list for five months.


  1. Named a finalist for ForeWord Reviews’ Book of the Year Award for 2009.


  1. Received strong praise from the ALA Booklist, Publishers Weekly and ForeWord Reviews.


  1. In November 2009, Change.org, which is committed to social change around the world,

     nominated Ms. Silberberg to be one of 250 Changemakers in its Changemakers Network

     before selecting a final culled list.


  1. Joe Flood’s Blog, “Author Friend:  Allison Silberberg,” March 29, 2011.


  1. “On the Go with AAUW: Visionaries In Our Midst,” Fairfax Public Access (cable television)

     with host Jane Hess Collins, fall 2010.


  1. Washington Life Magazine, “Get Out & Give Back: Visionary In Our Midst,”

     by Jane Hess Collins, September 10, 2010.


  1. The Arlington Connection, “The Book of Heroes,” by Delia Sava, February 12, 2010.


  1. The Examiner, “Visionary non-profit leaders in our midst,” by Felicia Montgomery,

     December 28, 2009.


  1. Greenhill School, The Evergreen, “Authors return to celebrate achievements at annual

     Holiday Reception,” by Grace Park, December 16, 2009.


  1. Dallas Morning News column by Alan Peppard, “Visionary’s return,” November 22, 2009.

 

  1. Selected Artist of the Month by CultureWorks Collective, November 2009.


  1. BISNOW, “Visionaries In Our Midst,” by Jessica Sidman, October 28, 2009.


  1. Gloria Minott's “Metro Watch,” with host David Rabin, WPFW, 89.3 FM, October 28, 2009.


  1. Washington Jewish Week, “Working well -- doing good,” by Aaron Leibel, October 21, 2009.


  1. The Georgetowner, “Visionaries In Our Midst,” by Dave Roffman, October 21, 2009.


  1. Metro Connection” with host David Furst, WAMU, 88.5 FM, October 16, 2009.


  1. On Tap Magazine, “Visionaries In Our Midst: Something (and Someone) to Admire,”

      by Jennie Raff, October 2009.


  1. American University Alumni, “Alumni Success Story: Making a Difference, One Alumnae

     at a Time,” by Patricia Natale Oltmann, August 30, 2009.



All Hands On Deck


  1. Links for The Economic Opportunities Commission’s “All Hands on Deck” project

        to renovate the Alexandria Community Shelter in 2011:


  1. Video called “All Hands on Deck” on the City of Alexandria’s web site

           (Donated by Double R Productions, the video was produced by Brittany Stanley,

           Linda Rubino, and Rory Manson.)


  1. To download the short video, “All Hands on Deck”: http://doublerproductions.com/public/AllHandsOnDeck/All%20Hands%20on%20Deck.mp4.zip


  1. “Old Town Patch” Story


  1. WAMU (NPR station) Story


  1. Channel 7/NewsChannel 8 Story

  2. Local Kicks Story - “Women with Passion Achieve their Goals” by Gale Curcio


  1. Mount Vernon Patch Story - “New Hope Housing Hosts Open House in Alexandria:

           Local nonprofit thanks sponsors for their help renovating the Alexandria Community

           Shelter”


  1. Photos (taken by Jan Schrader, a photographer for the City of Alexandria)


  1. Photos (taken by Allison Silberberg).



Film Biz Happy Hour


  1. Article in Style in The Washington Post: “Drinks, Canapes, Action!: The Film Biz

        Happy Hour Mixing Business & Pleasure,” by Michael O’Sullivan (April 1997)



Lights, Camera, Action!


To read about the inspiring work of Lights, Camera, Action! (LCA!), please click here.

  1. Poppy: A Story of Courage




Winner of a CINE Golden Eagle

and an “Excellence in Local Programming Award” from

the American Association of University Women

              

        Directed & Produced by Allison Silberberg

        A Lights, Camera, Action! Production

        © 1994, Allison Silberberg

        All rights reserved.

        (Running time: 32 minutes)



  1. Behind the Scenes: The Making of “Poppy”



  

        Directed and Co-produced by Dave Hendrie

        Produced by Allison Silberberg

        A Lights, Camera, Action! Production

        © 1994, Allison Silberberg

        All rights reserved.

        (Running time: 21 minutes)



        *Please note: Special thanks to Double R Productions for its generous gift of digitizing

          LCA!’s two films and NPR story. For a complete list of all LCA! donors, please

          see the credits at the end of “Poppy.” LCA! could not have achieved so much for the

          teens had it not been for the generosity of all the donors. LCA! is grateful for each and

          every donation.


  1. National Public Radio, “Weekend Edition Saturday,” November 5, 1994

        Introduced by Scott Simon, reported by Stephanie Griffith, produced by

        Brenda Wilson. (Running time: 10 minutes)

        NPRInterview_audio.mp3


  1. The Washington Post


        Column in Outlook section by Allison Silberberg, “A Film Grows in Anacostia:

        My Creative Kids, Their Movie -- Our Lives” (May 1995)


        “Learning the Art of Movie Making: Anacostia High Project Helps Hone Youths’ Skills,

        Mold Character” by Anthony D. Diallo (May 1994)


        “Students Discover Art of the Movies: Anacostia Program Trains Filmmakers”

        by Anthony D. Diallo (April 1994)


  1. The Washington Times


        “Anacostia students help direct a movie” by Lisa Nevans (September 1994)


  1. Other articles ran in the following media in 1994 and 1995:

       

        Back Stage (The Performing Arts Weekly in New York)

       

        Eastman KODAK’s “inCamera” magazine


        Eastman Images (Newsletter of the KODAK Worldwide Student Program)

       

        American University magazine

       

        Washington Jewish Week

       

        icom (Magazine for Independent Filmmaking in Washington)


        Women in Film & Video News (Washington regional chapter)


  1. Stories on NewsChannel 8, local CBS and NBC channels, as well as an in-depth

        interview on BET.







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  Allison’s 2012 Campaign Kickoff Video!




   To watch the video, simply click here, or click on the photo.


   Here are three clips with Allison’s remarks:


    Allison Silberberg’s Sense of Mission

    Allison Silberberg’s Core Vision

    Allison Silberberg’s Jobs Initiative

  

   Heartfelt thanks to the award-winning Double R Productions

   for their friendship, talent in creating this beautiful video

   and remarkable generosity.

  

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