A vibrant, healthy community cannot be taken for granted. The most direct means to that end is to ensure we have a vibrant education system that nurtures our most precious capital, our human capital. Having strong nonprofits like Humanities Washington make this vision possible.

Phyllis J. Campbell
Chairman, Pacific Northwest, JP Morgan Chase
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Evergreen Radio Live: Past, Present, and Community

A live radio performance and moderated discussion celebrating the past, present, and especially the future of radio in Washington.

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Think & Drink: You Mad Bro? Race and Diversity in Sports

To address these questions, Humanities Washington is presenting “You Mad Bro?: Race in Sports,” a conversation with former University of Washington basketball star Donald Watts and sociology professor Eric Davis on April 20 and 27. Watts and Davis will join moderator Tonya Mosley, a journalist with Al Jazeera, The Huffington Post, and KUOW, to discuss the wide spectrum of race in sports both on and off the field.

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Inland Empire Railroads Lecture by David Snyder

David Snyder, research archivist at the Inland Northwest Rail Museum will present a lecture, Inland Northwest Railroads.

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Think & Drink: Race and Literature

Speakers: M.L. Smoker, poet and Director of Indian Education at the Office of Public Instruction in Helena, MT, and Jessica Maucione, Associate Professor of Multi-ethnic Literature, Film, and Women's and Gender Studies at Gonzaga University. Moderated by Shann Ray, the author of American Masculine.

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Inside the Activists’ Studio: Reception for Winona LaDuke and Liz Moore

Come to this exciting discussion between well known internationally recognized Anishinaabeg (Ojibwe) author, speaker and activist Winona LaDuke, and Liz Moore, an engaged local activist from the Spokane area.

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