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MinnPost Festival has started (and you can still register for your *free* pass)

MinnPost Festival runs through Friday, April 9, and you can still register for your FREE pass to get access to the livestreams or recordings. But registration is required!

The inaugural MinnPost Festival is under way! You can still get in on this full week of virtual conversations, running through April 9, with national and local guests on the ideas shaping civic and cultural life in this moment.

E.J. Dionne
E.J. Dionne
Today’s session features E.J. Dionne, Washington Post columnist, starting at 12 p.m. CT. The conversation will be moderated by MinnPost columnist Eric Black.

There’s still time to reserve your Festival pass at Pay What You Can pricing, which means you pick the price that works for you (including FREE!). Registration is required to get the links to the livestreams or recordings for all six sessions.

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Your Festival pass allows you to attend any or all sessions with our amazing lineup of guests:

E.J. Dionne, columnist at The Washington Post; Astead Herndon, national political reporter at the New York Times; Errin Haines, editor-at-large at The 19th; Emily Ramshaw, co-founder and CEO at The 19th; Charlie Sykes, political commentator and editor-at-large at The Bulwark; Sarah Longwell, publisher at The Bulwark; Sarah Bellamy, artistic director at Penumbra Theatre; Mukhtar Ibrahim, editor and executive director at Sahan Journal; Harry Colbert, Jr., editor at North News; Leah Lemm, reporter at Minnesota Native News; and Jana Peterson, editor at Pine Knot News.

Also be sure to check out the MinnPost Festival Thank You Wall, where we’re recognizing our amazing VIP supporters and sponsors. We hope you’ll join us for this new Festival, and thank you for supporting our nonprofit newsroom.

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