THE FORMER WOOK -TV BUILDING AT 5321 FIRST PLACE, NE, WASHINGTON, DC RECEIVED A PLAQUE IDENTIFYING THE BUILDING AS AN IMPORTANT PART OF DC AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY AND CULTURE. APRIL 5, 2010
Initiated 5 years ago by Dance Party: The Teenarama Story documentary producer, Beverly Lindsay-Johnson, the office of Cultural Tourism DC selected the WOOK-TV building for the DC African American Heritage Trail and placed a plaque on the building.
Beverly Lindsay-Johnson with former Teenarama Dancers Phil "Happy" Clarke, Maxine Grant, Yvonne Mills, James Preston, Theresa Knight-Johnson and Salim Hylton. Also Jacque Ballard from the National Hand Dance Association
The entire documentary production materials, including photographs, articles, producer's notes, scripts, papers and documents about WOOK-TV and the original Teenarama Dance Party television show are achived for preservation and research, and available for viewing at the Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum, 1901 Fort Place, SE, Washington, DC 20020. (202) 633-4820