“There have been moments when it felt like the right thing to do was to try and proceed and make peace, and that could only be made by me seeking understanding and my asking for forgiveness,” Pauline Albert said, “and there have been situations where I’ve said I don’t think we’re going to make progress, so I’m just going to move on.”
Chautauquans on Theme: Soft Power
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Hailey Gavin is a native of San Francisco, but she is studying political science, English, and film and media studies at Tufts University in Boston. Outside of producing video and audio stories, she loves watching good movies, writing, hiking and playing soccer. Before coming to Chautauqua, she was in Dublin, Ireland, producing radio stories for Dublin South FM.