The Nation. LIVE! at St. Ann’s
Celebrating 150 Years of Dissent and Resistance
Plus Eve Ensler, Katrina vanden Heuvel, Tony Kushner, Bill McKibben, Victor Navasky, Zephyr Teachout, Calvin Trillin, Mychal Denzel Smith, Laura Flanders, and writer, Nation features editor, Kai Wright.
Special Video Clips from Barbara Kopple’s film, Hot Type
Music by Brooklyn Youth Chorus
OCT 24, 2015
All Tickets: $25
This year marks the 150th anniversary of The Nation, one of the oldest magazines in America. Since 1865, The Nation has been shifting paradigms, broadening discourse and instigating progress as an outspoken voice on politics and culture.
In celebration of this historic anniversary, St. Ann’s Warehouse is proud to present a live magazine experience featuring a tour through America’s hidden history of resistance and a look ahead at what the promise of today’s social movements may hold.
Speakers, readers and story-tellers include Nation editor and publisher Katrina vanden Heuvel, playwright Tony Kushner, humorist Calvin Trillin, MSNBC commentator and professor Melissa Harris-Perry, author and activist Bill McKibben, playwright Eve Ensler, law professor Zephyr Teachout, Nation publisher emeritus Victor Navasky, broadcast journalist Laura Flanders, writer Mychal Denzel Smith, writer, Nation features editor, Kai Wright, and MSNBC host Chris Hayes. Plus curated video from award-winning filmmaker Barbara Kopple’s Hot Type and music by Brooklyn Youth Chorus.
Don’t miss this singular opportunity to experience the magazine that Harry Belafonte says “has brought to the table of human need a menu of truth.” All audience members receive a free copy of The Nation’s 268-page commemorative anniversary issue.