Connection

The Community of Connection: Washington, DC

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Whether it happens during a meal, in a taxi, through art, or over a cocktail, connecting with new people, places and ideas is one of the most enlightening experiences we have as humans. In this episode, we travel to Washington, DC, to meet three people whose stories reveal the power and importance of connection: an Ethiopian restaurant owner who brings people together over communal dining, a Mexican-born artist whose work reflects an intimate relationship with the city, and a veteran bartender at the historic InterContinental The Willard Washington, DC.

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