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Join the National Museum of American History for a discussion on the relationship between film and social change, the connection between entertainment and activism, and the history of how storytelling can make a difference. Special guests include David Linde, CEO of Participant; Dawn Porter, director of “John Lewis: Good Trouble”; and Steve James, director of “City So Real”.

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