Keynotes

Dignitaries and scholars from throughout the world visit Atlanta, and only AIB brings you their fascinating and history-in-the-making keynote speeches and lectures. AIB's Keynotes brings you local, national and international news as well as leaders from author Maya Angelou, to politicians, activists and former presidents like President Jimmy Carter and Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

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In part one of this two-part episode, the National Center for Civil and Human Rights invited the public to participate in an important community dialogue about the utility of art as a solution to a sustainable and equitable urban future. In partnership with the Urban Catalyst Lab, the National Center for Civil and Human Rights invited the public to participate in an important community dialogue about the utility of art as a solution to a sustainable and equitable urban future. A panel discussion and community dialogue about the role of public art in creating sustainable and equitable urban communities was held. The dialogue featured three important elements of a sustainable city: art, government, and community. The event took place April 25th, 2019 at the Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta, Georgia.

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