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Town Hall Seattle: Civics Series

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Nov 14, 2017

How can we find hope and community within this political climate driven by fear and division? Join Marcus Harrison Green, Town Hall’s former Scholar in Residence and the award-winning founder of the South Seattle Emerald, and Seattle Weekly editor Mark Baumgarten to celebrate the launch of their inspiring anthology Fly to the Assemblies! Voices of Dissent from the Pacific Northwest. Local thought leaders will read from their essays and share ideas about what we can do to take care of each other and keep democracy alive.

Panelists and Essayists: Marcus Harrison Green, Sharon H. Chang, David Kroman, Kristin Leong, Reagan Jackson, Monica Guzman, Hanna Brooks Olsen, and Marilee Jolin.

Itinerary:

7:35pm. Introduction from Marcus Harrison Green

7:50pm. Essay Readings

8:40pm. Panel Discussion led by Marcus Harrison Green

Recorded live at Rainier Arts Center by Town Hall Seattle Thursday, November 2, 2017