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Friday, April 21 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
A Culture of Repair: The Beloved Community

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Some of the most polarizing conversations in the public discourse are centered on issues of race, history, and storytelling. This panel explores the realities of building a multi-racial democracy, and continuing the work of repair from the wrongs of our history. 

How does the work of understanding and repair become a more broadly understood and embraced effort across divides and backgrounds? What are the conversations that need to happen at every level of our neighborhoods, schools, communities, and institutions? 

This panel will discuss how a deep understanding of history informs the policies and communities of today.

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Aria Florant

Co-Founder & Managing Director, Liberation Ventures
Aria Florant is constantly traversing worlds -- Black and white, grassroots and corporate, ethnic studies and finance – and building bridges in between. Aria Florant is Co-Founder of Liberation Ventures (LV), a field catalyst and intermediary accelerating the Black-led movement... Read More →
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Gregory Thompson

Co-Executive Director, Voices Undergound
Gregory Thompson (PhD, University of Virginia) is an artist of diverse creative background who works at the intersection of moral imagination and social healing. Focusing on matters of race, religion, public memory, and hospitality, Gregory currently serves as Co-Director of Voices... Read More →

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