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Movements:
A Conversation with Senator George Mitchell

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Movements:
A Conversation with Senator George Mitchell

Moderated by Belinda McKeon

Wednesday, January 25 | 7:30 PM

This season, we introduce a new series, Movements, featuring important global figures in discussion with artists, writers, and/or journalists from our community, bringing a public affairs context to our wider cultural conversation.

Our inaugural series kicks off with the legendary statesman and peacemaker Senator George Mitchell, described by Time Magazine as “one of the hundred most influential people in the world,’’ and the award-winning Irish author Belinda McKeon.


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