Connect: Beyond The Page 2018 recap, in photos

Panel discussion about bias and divisiveness in the media featuring, from right, Joseph Hudak (Rolling Stone), Lori Knight (CBS News), Joyce Ferder Rankin (CNN), John Marks (60 Minutes), and Natalie Hopkinson
Panel discussion about bias and divisiveness in the media featuring, from right, Joseph Hudak (Rolling Stone), Lori Knight (CBS News), Joyce Ferder Rankin (CNN), John Marks (60 Minutes), and Natalie Hopkinson

The organizers of this year’s inaugural Connect: Beyond The Page shared highlights from the festival in a gallery of images. The conference and festival, which took place in Asheville from Friday, April 20, to Sunday, April 22, delved into social justice issues through the lenses of music, storytelling and film. Read more about the event here and here.

 

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