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Singer-songwriter Morley leads a performance-based round table discussion among friends—fellow artists and social activists—about using art as a platform to inspire action. They’ll share wisdom on what the arts in our communities can do to affect change. Participants include Tiokasin Ghosthorse, a member of the Cheyenne River Lakota Nation of South Dakota who is a longtime activist and advocate for indigenous people; Ted Bunch, an educator and lecturer working to end violence and discrimination against women and girls; Jamia Wilson, a leading voice on feminist and women’s rights issues, writer, and Executive Director of Women, Action & the Media; Vikram Gandhi, award-winning director and producer of fiction and non-fiction films and Producer and Correspondent for VICE on HBO; Mohammed Fairouz, a composer hailed as an “expert in vocal writing” by the New Yorker; Chaker Khazaal, a Palestinian-Canadian reporter, speaker, Huffington Post contributor, and author of the Confessions of a War Child trilogy; and Maria Popova, writer and creator of Brainpickings.org, “an inventory of cross-disciplinary interestingness, spanning art, science, design, history, philosophy, and more,” a website that the Library of Congress included in its archive of culturally valuable materials.
With special guests Tiokasin Ghosthorse, Ted Bunch, Jamia Wilson, Maria Popova, Vikram Gandhi, Mohammed Fairouz, Chaker Khazaal, and more
Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Wednesday, February 1, 2017 at 7:30 pm David Rubenstein Atrium