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Reception for New Hindsight Institute Co-Director Paulina Borsook

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The Hindsight Institute is delighted to announce that after a rigorous evaluation process, Paulina Borsook has been selected to join Dr. Praba Pilar, Anonymous, and Anonymous as Co-Director. Please join us to hear Borsook outline how her hindsight will impact the conceptual goals and future programming of the Institute.

The reception will be held on Elizabeth Peratrovich day. Elizabeth was a member of the indigenous Lukaax̱.ádi clan of the Tlingit nation. She spent her life fighting against discrimination and for civil rights for the Indigenous people of Alaska. She was a driving force to ensure the passing of the first anti-discrimination law in the United States - Alaska’s Anti-Discrimination Act of 1945. In 1988 the Alaska Legislature established February 16 as Elizabeth Peratrovich day to honor her work.

For more information on the Tlingit Nation please visit the pages of the Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska. For more information on Paulina Borsook, please visit the Hindsight Institute pages.

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IncivilitySF at EXIT Theatre