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Interview: Emerging Leaders of Color

In this time of deep division and pandemic-imposed isolation, the practice of “radical hospitality” – stretching to welcome those on the margins – has become both more challenging and more urgent. Elizabeth Colón Nelson is Actors Theatre of Louisville’s coordinator of radical hospitality. Tassa-Nieta Wiggington is the founder of a nonprofit in Lexington that promotes civic engagement by bringing together young and old and reuniting them with...
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