For some of us, going to work is a fairly mundane affair. But for the winners of Crosscut’s 2015 Courage Awards, it’s a mission and—although they might not call it this—an act of true bravery. On October 29 at Benaroya Hall, we will honor these local public service, culture and business leaders whose personal and professional dedication is making our region more vital, equitable and inclusive.
In Public Service:
The third annual Courage Awards will take place the morning of October 29. This year’s event will feature a keynote address from New York Times columnist Tim Egan, as well as a panel discussion with the Courage Awards winners and Crosscut's own Knute Berger. A limited number of tables and tickets are still available through Brown Paper Tickets. Every dollar donated at the Crosscut Courage Awards supports Crosscut’s in-depth, quality coverage of critically underreported local and regional issues.