Redford Center: Breaking Night (Part 2)

Read about our shoot for the The Redford Center’s Creative Conversations program in our last post here.

Liz Murray, author of Breaking Night: A Memoir of Forgiveness, Survival, and My Journey from Homeless to Harvard

Perseverance

Mattering

“What does homeless mean?”

Suzan Bateson – Addressing Hunger

The program also included special guest Suzan Bateson, executive director of the Alameda County Community Food Bank

From the Redford Center website about the Creative Conversations Series:

Creative Conversations, our newest series, features inspiring activists, artists, and authors in an intimate setting, and addresses timely, top-of-mind social and environmental issues. Different from ordinary speaker series, the programs are conversation-driven, and incorporate a variety of creative elements, such as film and artistic performance, to increase impact and engage the audience in a multi-faceted way. At the core of the program is to inspire and explore new ideas, and to promote the importance of translating ideas into action.

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