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We are all exposed in our daily lives to voices and forces that seek to divide us, to set us apart. The humanities help us recognize ourselves in others. Humanities Washington serves as an advocate and a facilitator of the connections between people that make our state “One Washington,” people working shoulder to shoulder for our future rather than as communities and people at odds with one another.

Frank Chopp
Washington State Speaker of the House
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Events occurring in the Central Puget Sound region

Think & Drink: From Al Jolson to Public Enemy - Race in Music
September 10, 2014
Seattle

Join Humanities Washington for our next Think & Drink event in Seattle for a discussion about the racial history of music, including the commercialization of hip hop and its impact on our society and world. FREE.

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Think & Drink: From Al Jolson to Public Enemy - Race in Music
September 17, 2014
Seattle

Join Humanities Washington for our next Think & Drink event in Seattle for a discussion about the racial history of music, including the commercialization of hip hop and its impact on our society and world. FREE.

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Think & Drink: Asian Americans in Civil Rights
October 14, 2014
Seattle

Join Humanities Washington for a Think & Drink discussion about Asian Americans in Civil Rights.

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Think & Drink: Civil and Voting Rights Acts & LBJ
November 11, 2014
Seattle

Join Humanities Washington for a Think & Drink discussion exploring the Civil Rights Act, the Voting Rights Act and President Lyndon B. Johnson with American playwright, Robert Schenkkhan. FREE.

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Think & Drink: Civil and Voting Rights Acts & LBJ
November 12, 2014
Seattle

Join Humanities Washington for a Think & Drink discussion exploring the Civil Rights Act, the Voting Rights Act and President Lyndon B. Johnson with American playwright, Robert Schenkkan, Jr. FREE.

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