An African American community on Maryland's Eastern Shore celebrates its unique history and works to preserve its values and traditions. By Tom Horton, Dave Harp and Sandy Cannon-Brown.
Bay Journal Films
Documentaries produced by the Bay Journal are featured below. For a full list of our films, news videos, and photo collections, please visit the Multimedia page.
This half-hour documentary features Mary Ada and Dwight Marshall, whose lives personify the Chesapeake Bay’s seafood-harvesting culture and history, and their four children — who chose to break with that tradition.
If the consequences of global warming and higher sea levels are distant concepts for you, come on down to Dorchester County, ground zero for sea level rise along the Maryland portion of the Chesapeake Bay.
Forty years after William W. Warner’s Pulitzer Prize-winning book, Beautiful Swimmers, introduced us to the Chesapeake Bay blue crab, the Bay Journal presents Beautiful Swimmers Revisited, a journey around the Bay to look in on those who catch, study and eat blue crabs.