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Saturday, September 13 • 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Conserving Ourselves: Why Artists Do What We Do and Why It Matters - FREE ADMISSION LIMITED

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Rebecca Walker (NY Times bestselling author of Black, White and Jewish  and Time Magazine 50 future leaders of America) and Irene Vilar (Award Winning Author of the political memoirs “Impossible Motherhood” and “The Ladies’ Gallery” and 2010 Guggenheim Fellow) on The Interface of Telling Stories to Conserve Truth. Two authors of narratives of resistance talk about the struggles to give testimony and expand on how and why we create narratives to conserve our variety and our basic humanity and the role of the artists, the seekers, and the unafraid to do so.

Speakers
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Irene Vilar

Founder, Americas for Conservation + the Arts
ALEF
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Rebecca Walker

Rebecca Walker is an American writer. She has been named by Time Magazine as one of the 50 future leaders of America.


Saturday September 13, 2014 3:15pm - 4:00pm
The Dairy Center for the Arts, East Theater 26th & Walnut Street | Boulder, CO 80302

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