Apr 20, 2020
This week, we read a poem from famed writer Rudyard Kipling. Equality among the workmen and honor for all are themes that wind through it. Then, we’ll take you from the meeting room where the Statue of Liberty was first mentioned as a casual idea and follow it through its construction as it’s built in the streets of Paris….Bronze towering over the city..before being dismantled loaded and delivered to the United States of America and finally unveiled to the world…the face of Liberty - unmasked. Stay tuned…App extras include the pieces we read plus a bonus workshop paper on benevolence. Thanks for listening and have an amazing week!