THE CULTURE OF

CONNECTION

The world is a magnificent series of connections between people, places and cultures. In this episode, we will connect to a city through its history, learn how an act of service leads to unexpected bonds between people of diverse backgrounds, and delve into the universal, yet local, culture of music. These stories showcase how connections broaden our understanding of the world and empower our own life stories with new perspectives.

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CONNECTION

THE POWER OF CONNECTING TO A CITY

Immerse yourself in Cartagena, Colombia, with writer and television host Jason Kessler as he walks through the history of this vibrant city. Share in his desire to connect to the places he visits and see how he gains a deeper appreciation for the world with every trip.

CONNECTION

CARTAGENA FROM THREE PERSPECTIVES

Join writer and television host Jason Kessler as he examines the impact global travel has on our views of the world. Discover how an unexpected fine-dining restaurant inside a Colombian women’s prison builds connections over acts of service. Then, enjoy the sounds of Cartagena heritage through Champeta music. Through these stories, experience how connections inspire new perspectives and deepen our understanding of the world.

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“You have this idea of what the world is, but until you actually get to explore it, you don’t know what it really looks like.”

– Jason Kessler

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August 15, 2018

The Power of Connecting to a City

  Immerse yourself in Cartagena, Colombia, with writer and television host Jason Kessler as he walks through the history of this vibrant city. Share in his desire to connect to…

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