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We are connected: we share the same planet, same oxygen, same desires. We all want love.

I wrote #TheKillingFields during a volatile, heartbreaking moment in America last summer. You can listen now here:

‘All that came before us is not who we are now.’
How can storytelling help us have better
conversations about difficult topics?

Watch the "Achieving Civil Discourse Through Storytelling" film screening and panel discussion event sponsored by Arkansas PBS and moderated by Clarice and Kwami Abdul-Bey, with, as panelists, PBS American Portrait's Craig D’Entrone, StoryCorps' Nicolas Cardena, The Yarn's Hilary Trudell, Americans for Prosperity's Ryan Norris, The Diversity Booth Inc's Amber Booth-McCoy, Braver Angels' Katie Zakrzewski and Coming to the Table's Tom DeWolf!

This film screening and panel discussion event was held in partnership with KUAR FM 89.1, Washitaw Foothills Youth Media Arts & Literacy Collective and Arkansas Peace and Justice Memorial Movement.
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