November 10, 2019 //

Sarah Vowell: Past and Present

Vowell has a talent for exposing and embracing the absurd, in prose that is sharp, endearing, and laugh out loud funny.

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Nikki Giovanni

Nikki Giovanni’s poetry has both drawn from and influenced the Civil Rights, Black Power, and Black Arts Movements.

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Jane Elliott: The Anatomy of Prejudice

Join CHF for an immersive, interactive program with Jane Elliott, one of the world’s foremost antiracist activists.

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November 9, 2019 //

Ari Seth Cohen on Style Over Sixty

The philosophy behind Ari Seth Cohen’s ADVANCED STYLE is simple: Fun with fashion isn’t just a young person’s game.

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Nuclear Power after Chernobyl

CHF has gathered a panel of nuclear experts to reflect on the story and lessons of the world’s greatest nuclear disaster.

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Desk 88: Senator Sherrod Brown and Connie Schultz

In DESK 88, Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown offers a unique and timely window into the history of the progressive movement, told through the stories of those who’ve occupied Brown’s desk in the Senate and the causes they championed.

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Emmet Gowin: Photographing Nuclear Sites

Between 1951 and 1992, the Nevada National Security Test Site endured more than one thousand nuclear blasts.

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Mikki Kendall on Powerful Women

Award-winning author Mikki Kendall’s newest beautifully illustrated book details the triumphs and challenges of women across centuries and cultures.

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Richard Brookhiser: Give Me Liberty

In GIVE ME LIBERTY, historian Richard Brookhiser presents a pathway to national unity through an examination of thirteen formative texts from the American founding.

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Jesselyn Silva: In the Ring

Thirteen-year-old Jesselyn Silva is a rising boxing phenom who’s here to upend all your expectations about the sport.

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