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Rebecca Schapp

The unique art form of jazz shows the power music has in uniting audiences and bridging communities.

Rebecca Schapp,
de Saisset Museum


W. Kamau Bell

Comedy is a powerful way to approach difficult subjects like race, politics, parenting, and other social issues.

W. Kamau Bell,
Sinatra Chair


Christina Zanfagna

What should we make of America’s political polarization? Actor Dan Hoyle seeks an answer.

Christina Zanfagna,

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