Americana with Raffi


Conflicts in History and Memory of Americana

A 10-week Virtual Class with Raffi Andonian

ABOUT THIS CLASS
We can better understand the world today by studying the provocative people and events of the past. Learn about the differences between historic sites and monuments, what makes some of them so controversial, and how we can better understand each situation.

This is a 10-week virtual class using the Zoom platform.

  • Tuesdays:
    September 13, 20, 27
    October 4, 11, 18, 25
    November 1, 8, 15
  • 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Central
  • Free tickets available!ˆ

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Americana with Raffi

ABOUT RAFFI
Raffi Andonian is an Amazon best-selling author of three books, professional public speaker, and producer and host of a streaming TV show that challenges the present by inquiring the past. He is the founder and CEO of Raffi’s Regulars, dedicated to creating a community that focuses on relevantly connecting the past to the present by applying historical perspective to major current issues.

Raffi holds two degrees in history, a third in historic preservation, and another in nonprofit organizations. He facilitates reflection and dialogue via media appearances and live events, aiming to promote understanding and inquiry about challenging topics. Raffi’s mission is to help move people in a constructive direction that acknowledges nuance and integrates perspectives.

This program, sponsored by SDHC, is being hosted by Humanities North Dakota. For additional program details, please visit the Humanities ND website: https://www.humanitiesnd.org/event-details/conflicts-in-history-and-memory-of-americana

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