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Just Imagine…Sharing the Gift of Life

Charles Drew was born in 1904 to a middle-class African American family in Washington DC. He seemed destined to have a career as an athlete, lettering in four sports in high school. He received an athletic scholarship to attend Amherst College where he became a...

Just Imagine…Social Entrepreneurship

Leila Janah was born in 1982 to parents who came to the US from India. When Leila was 17, she won a scholarship which gave her the opportunity to teach in Ghana, Africa for six months. Many of the students she taught were blind due to nutritional deficiencies....

Just Imagine…the Origins of Societal Change

Anyone who was around during the 1960s British Invasion of the American rock and roll scene knows the song “The House of the Rising Sun” as sung by the Animals. The Animals' version of the song became a rock classic. In his book, Chasing the Rising Sun: The Journey...

Four Freedoms: the Spirit of Democracy Today and Tomorrow

Freedom lies at the heart of democracy, but what does it mean? Please join us for this four-event discussion series, where we’ll help each other explore what freedom means to us today--and into the future. To start our discussions in each session, we’ll view one of Norman Rockwell’s iconic “Four Freedoms” paintings coupled with a modern interpretation by visual artist Maggie Meiners.

America Talks–Join the Conversation

Join the Conversation with Fellow Americans on April 21st or 23rd  We at the Interactivity Foundation are excited to be an America Talks 2022 partner and we want to invite YOU to participate! America Talks invites Americans of all backgrounds and beliefs to connect...

Just Imagine…Pioneers of Progress

Just imagine the originators of positive social change in our society. Think about the pioneers who were some of the first advocates for social justice, human rights, civil rights, gender equality, health care guarantees, public education, environmental protection,...