Sketchnotes: Vincent Harding’s Great Hopes

Wednesday, February 13, 2013 - 6:47 am

Sketchnotes: Vincent Harding’s Great Hopes

Vincent Harding’s hard-won wisdoms and truths are not easily distilled. They are so many. Editing our interview bore this out. So I didn’t envy illustrator Doug Neill‘s task of encapsulating the many big ideas and poignant stories the civil rights veteran shared with Krista in our show.
But capture them he did. He picks up on the hard work of building the “beloved community” brick by brick, the sharing of stories of our elders, darkness as the milieu of light, and how a new majority is forming out of the many-splendored composition of our nation’s minorities.
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is the cofounder of On Being¬†and currently serves as chief content officer and executive editor. He received a Peabody Award in 2007 for his work on “The Ecstatic Faith of Rumi” and garnered two Webby Awards (in 2005, and again in 2008). The Online News Association nominated his journalistic work multiple times in the general excellence and outstanding specialty journalism categories. Trent’s reported and produced stories from Turkey to rural Alabama, from Israel and the West Bank to Cambridge, England.

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