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The Adam Falkner talks examine how creative writing can change the world by uncovering social identity and engaging cross-cultural conversations. The high school English teacher is also the founder and executive director of the Dialogue Arts Project, a non-profit organization that utilizes both writing and the arts as a way to start these dialogues.
The speaker is also a writer himself. He has been published in literary anthologies and journals such as Painted Bride Quarterly, decomp Magazine and The Other Journal. He also tours the United States as a speaker, educator and artist and has appeared on HBO, BET, Michigan and New York Public Radio.
In addition to his current role as a 10th grade teacher, he is also a doctoral candidate at the English Education at Columbia University, Teachers College. The Adam Falkner talk highlights his passion for democratized education and for the arts.
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Adam Falkner's Social Identity Talk on Cross-Cultural Dialogues
The social identity talk by Adam Falkner explores how creative writing can change the world.
His speech explains the work he started with the Dialogue Arts Project, which began as a part of his... Read More