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NPR Presents: Reinventing the American City
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3/8/2016
When: Tues, March 8, 2016
7:00pm
Where: August Wilson Center for African American Culture
980 Liberty Ave
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  15222
United States

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Michel Martin Going There: Reinventing the American City

NPR's Michel Martin takes you where the story is happening. She gets to the heart of the issues facing our communities by opening a dialogue with the people experiencing them every day. Connecting personal stories and perspectives with art, music and performance, Michel and her guests discuss ideas and solutions. 

A city rebuilds itself with new industry, new energy and new people after a generation of decline. But what happens to those who endured the tough times? Are they lifted up, or pushed out? How can newcomers and established residents build a common vision of progress? Or is creative tension part of what pushes a city to a better future? Pittsburgh has to answer these questions in real time. The issue is analyzed through dialogue with people who are living it, through their different perspectives, histories, and experiences.

Martin will be joined on stage by Eve Picker, founder and president of smallchange.com; Tara Sherry-Torres--founder, chief creative officer at Cafe Con Leche; performance artist Vanessa German and actor Wali Jamal who will be reprising his role as Sterling in the August Wilson play “Radio Golf.” 

Tickets: $15

 
 
 
 
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