In partnership with
Christopher Bailey (Moderator),
Arts & Health Lead, World Health Organization
Shelby White & Leon Levy Director of Brooklyn Museum
Senior Art Critic, New York Magazine
Artist & Data Editor, The Guardian US
The discussion was followed by an invitation to join a global reading of Letters to the Earth.
Mona Chalabi is a New York-based data journalist and illustrator. Her visualizations shed light on otherwise faceless statistics, making her a popular commentator on contemporary politics.Mona’s work has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times, The New York Review of Books, New York Magazine, The Guardian and many more.View profile
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