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Few states in the nation are as culturally, economically, politically, and geographically diverse as Washington. Those differences often generate what appears to be an insurmountable divide. Yet, since 1973, Humanities Washington has shown in profound and poignant ways our commonality as a people. Regardless of where we live, Asotin or Neah Bay, Ilwaco or Metaline Falls, we share the same dreams for a better world for ourselves and our descendants. The programs of Humanities Washington remind us of those common dreams.

Quintard Taylor
Scott and Dorothy Bullitt Professor of American History University of Washington
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Think & Drink: Race, Politics, and Drama - An Evening with Robert Schenkkan

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: Race, Politics and Drama - An Evening with Robert Schenkkan

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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Reception and Screening of the Film Dryland

Join Humanities Washington for a reception and screening of the documentary film, Dryland.

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Short Run Comix and Arts Festival

Plan to attend the 4th Annual Short Run Comix and Arts Festival in Seattle. The event showcases limited-run, literary and comic works of art published by small, independent presses.

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Think & Drink: From Al Jolson to Public Enemy - Race in Music

Join Humanities Washington for a Think & Drink 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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