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The humanities are our collective repository for the best that's been thought and felt within our culture. It's through the humanities that we can bridge the distances between us and interpret--together--the shared experience of being alive. While the humanities tend to be undervalued during tough economic times, it's times like these when we need them the most. Washingtonians are fortunate to have Humanities Washington working to keep the humanities vital throughout our communities.

Lisa Brown
Former Member of the Washington State Senate
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Think & Drink: From Al Jolson to Public Enemy - Race in Music

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. Featured speakers include: Antonio Davidson-Gomez, Educator, musician and 2013-2014 Jubilation Foundation Fellow Eric Davis ("Professor E") Sociology professor, educational coach and consultant Amanda Wilde KUOW host and producer; former KEXP afternoon drive show host Moderator: Tonya Mosley Journalist with Al Jazeera America, The Huffington Post and KUOW The Humanities Washington 2014 Think & Drink "Race, Place & Culture" series is designed to address the intersections and impact of key factors on lives around our state to foster discussions with people in places where they already gather.

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Bedtime Stories - Seattle

Join us for an illuminating evening of food, wine and words. We will celebrate a Humanities Washington Award recipient. Noted Washington authors will debut original short works inspired by the event theme, 'Bump in the Night.'

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

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. Featured speakers include: Antonio Davidson-Gomez, Educator, musician and 2013-2014 Jubilation Foundation Fellow Eric Davis ("Professor E") Sociology professor, educational coach and consultant Amanda Wilde KUOW host and producer; former KEXP afternoon drive show host Moderator: Tonya Mosley Journalist with Al Jazeera America, The Huffington Post and KUOW The Humanities Washington 2014 Think & Drink "Race, Place & Culture" series is designed to address the intersections and impact of key factors on lives around our state to foster discussions with people in places where they already gather.

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