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Renee Chatelain

President & CEO, Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge in Baton Rouge

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PRESENTED ON FEB 03, 2017
IN BATON ROUGE @ VOL 3

How do we identify ourselves and how much of our explanation about who we are is voluntary? Renee Chatelain's presentation explores some of the ways we have been made to identify ourselves, the repercussions of those descriptions, and some ideas on how we can change the conversation about our uniqueness.

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