Author Sonora Jha on the tension between fiction and journalism. “I was able to use the skills I had as a journalist — deep questioning, listening, curiosity — and apply them in gathering pieces of the story.”
“We have doubled down on division and we have retreated from resolution . . . The resolution is what makes democracy work.” The host of the national news program “1A” discusses journalism’s role in healing our national divide.
The Pulitzer Prize-winners will be part of statewide event series, “Moment of Truth: Journalism and Democracy in the Age of Misinformation.”
Discuss the movies of the 1930s, from Frankenstein to Gone with the Wind at the North Spokane Library this Thursday. Also catch Speaker Bureau presentations all around the state.
Join Humanities Washington for On Different Tracks: Race, Class and Education in Columbia City May 28. Also check out our Speakers Bureau presentations around the state.
In this Top Ten list, journalist and Speakers Bureau presenter Claudia Rowe shares her top ten list of discontinued or reduced-service newspapers, signs of the changing state of journalism.
Join Humanities Washington for our two upcoming Seattle Think & Drinks: From Birth of a Nation to Smoke Signals: African Americans and American Indians in Film.
Join the Spokane County Library and Spokane Storytelling League for stories about the difficult, distinct circumstances of the Great Depression. Plus: events with the Washington State Poet Laureate and Speakers Bureau presentations all around the state.
Bainbridge Performing Arts screens Winter’s Bone to correspond with their production of The Kentucky Cycle. Also look for Speakers Bureau presentations all around the state.
Speakers Bureau’s John Marshall presents Fire and Forests, East of the Cascade Divide throughout the north Puget Sound. Plus: Speakers Bureau presentations throughout the state.