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Seattle is a segregated city. While redlining is now illegal, our city is currently grappling with the racial divides caused by gentrification and economic displacement. Learn about the ongoing impacts of historic segregation in shaping the experiences of all who live in this region.
This program is presented in partnership with the Northwest African American Museum.
This conversation will be moderated by James Miles, Executive Director of Arts Corps.
Andrea Caupain Sanderson, Chief Executive Officer at Byrd Barr Place
James Gregory, UW History Professor
Vivian Phillips, Arts and Communication Consultant
Sean Riley, Seattle Public Schools Teacher
Please arrive at the museum 5 minutes prior to the program. We will be assessing standby seating capacity and unfilled seats will be available to patrons as able. All late seating is subject to the discretion of the House Manager and program limitations.
This event has sold out.
Standby Line: When an event at MOHAI sells out, there is often an opportunity to get day-of tickets by waiting in a standby line. If there are open seats just prior to the start of an event, we will offer them to the standby line on a first-come, first-served basis.
• Though we cannot guarantee these tickets, patrons who wait in line often have good luck getting in to our events. Lines form when doors open, 30 minutes prior to the program start time.
• You must be actively waiting in line to take advantage of these tickets. There is no wait list.
• If you have mobility concerns you may have another member of your party wait in line for you, but you must be present when we begin to sell tickets. Ask our staff for a chair if you need one!
Cost: $5 MOHAI and NAAM members / $10 general public