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Humanities Washington sets roster for 2021-23


Last updated 7/29/2021 at 10:24am

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Omari Amili, author and community organizer, will speak on "Life After Prison: The Prison-to-School Pipeline."

Should we use technology to build "better" humans? How did a peace agreement between Indigenous tribes shape the United States Constitution? What are the implications when wealthy urbanites flock to rural parts of Washington?

With presentations ranging from the personal to the global, Humanities Washington has announced its new 2021-2023 Speakers Bureau participants. This slate of over 30 speakers began giving presentations on July 1st at libraries, museums, and other community venues.

"Both Cascadia Art Museum and the Edmonds Library host Speakers Bureau events," said spokesperson David...

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