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Official Videos & Multimedia of
Charles Young Buffalo Soldiers National Monument

This page contains official park videos and multimedia created by park staff. Please be sure to cite the park and the author listed if downloading and sharing these videos and multimedia.
 
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Duration:
4 minutes, 14 seconds

Join ranger Sabrina as she discusses historical rehabilitation and how it has impacted the park.

 
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Duration:
1 minute, 52 seconds

Watch and listen as ranger Demetrius Summerville talks about the park's new Park Rx campaign.

 
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Duration:
37 minutes, 27 seconds

This year, in 2021, we come together virtually in a unique way to celebrate the life and legacy of Colonel Charles Young.

 
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Duration:
9 minutes, 59 seconds

The official introductory film of Charles Young Buffalo Soldiers National Monument. The biographical film of Charles Young, quintessential soldier, Civil Rights pioneer, family man. Learn about this iconic American hero whose legacy resonates to this day.

 
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Duration:
45 minutes, 44 seconds

Join Superintendent Robert Stewart as he sits down with veteran Mr. Harold J. Warren, Jr. Hear about Mr. Warren's life and times as a Buffalo Soldier in the 92nd Division during World War II, from being drafted into the Army to continuing his public service as a civil servant after the war.

 
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Duration:
2 minutes

Park staff and volunteers take part in an art program that is centered around expression and exercise. Participants were able to make works of art crafted from their own imagination. Some standard tools were utilized, but what gives this program its uniqueness was the ability of participants to use non-traditional art tools, such as boxing gloves, paint cans, painters’ stencils, wooden tools and their bare hands.

 
Silhouettes of army soldiers with rifles marching in front of a barbed-wire fence
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Last updated: April 21, 2021

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