Carl Bernstein delivers a media call to arms.
Anthony Fauci reflects on the state of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bill McKibben says we still have time to save humanity from global warming.
Nikole Hannah-Jones discusses her landmark 1619 Project, challenging Americans to rethink and reframe the country's history.
More than one third of the world doesn't have access to safe or clean water. Can we help?
A session with Nikole Hannah-Jones on Saturday marked the end of our annual ideas festival, but you can still experience every session.
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Crosscut Festival 2022.
10 books, and their authors, heading to Crosscut Festival.
Congressman Adam Schiff discusses witnessing the Insurrection in his new book.
The actor, along with engineer Gary White, will appear in a discussion about solutions to the global water crisis.
Pulitzer Prize-winner and creator of the 1619 Project Nikole Hannah-Jones will be headlining the Crosscut Festival, where she will discuss the 1619 Project, the new book and more.
Trevor Bedford, Vin Gupta and Anthony Fauci will tackle COVID-19 conversations at this year's Crosscut Festival.
In honor of Earth Month, we’re celebrating our Environment & Outdoors sessions at this year’s Crosscut Festival.
Activism over 60: Bill McKibben says teenagers shouldn’t be the only ones fighting climate change.
Chasing History highlights Carl Bernstein’s beginnings in a 1960s newsroom, going from copyboy to dictationist to city desk clerk.
In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re celebrating the inspiring and influential women who are joining us this year at the Crosscut Festival.
The 2022 Crosscut Festival will return in a hybrid format, featuring both in-person sessions and streaming online events.