Former Mayor Adrian Fenty’s life told through animation

Sinclair Skinner is a former Advisory Neighborhood Commission member, entrepreneur and activist. Since former Mayor Adrian Fenty’s departure from office last year, Skinner has continued to defend Fenty’s legacy. Now comes a 12-part animated biography of Fenty that was written and produced by the former mayor’s friend. The series, called “Courage of Conviction,” takes us through the young mayor’s time in college, law school and his days in politics.

We are publishing the series on our site, one segment each week, and hope to get your feedback.

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