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    November 3 — what’s at stake?
    Former U.S. Secretary of State and 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Rodham Clinton and bestselling author and social entrepreneur Wes Moore bookend the fourth annual College of the Atlantic Champlain Institute, which turns the spotlight on issues leading up to the 2020 U.S. Presidential election.
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    Champlain Institute Focuses on Diplomacy and Dissent
    College of the Atlantic’s third annual Champlain Institute, “Art: Dissent and Diplomacy,” turns its lens on the ways art undermines or advances political, social, and cultural norms. Over the course of five days and eleven sessions, curators, artists, writers, historians, scholars, and filmmakers explore the crucial role of art in shaping, illuminating, and challenging important ideas and issues of our times.
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    COA Summer Series is Underway
    College of the Atlantic’s cultural offerings include morning Coffee & Conversation salons, film screenings, lectures, an art exhibit, and the third-annual Champlain Institute forum of ideas and exchange, focusing this year on the ways art challenges, promotes, undermines, and advances political, social, religious, and cultural norms.