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We work longer hours, commute longer hours, are continually barraged with information and interuptions.… The human brain wasn’t meant to multi-task so constantly. The humanities give us an opportunity for quiet moments of reflection. They offer us perspective.

Carol Cassella
Anesthesiologist and best-selling author of Oxygen and Healer
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Think & Drink: Loud & Proud - Washington State's Asian American Civil Rights Movement

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

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Think & Drink: On Different Tracks - Race in Education

Join Humanities Washington for a Think & Drink discussion exploring race in education. 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 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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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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