Bringing People to the Center of Water

From the start of the standing room-only Opening General Session on October 2, one thing was clear: Attendees were in for an immersive experience.

This innovative look at culture, music, and storytelling began with a welcome from hip-hop artist Benny Starr, Senior Fellow of Arts and Culture at the U.S. Water Alliance (Washington, D.C.), who shared how his spiritual and cultural relationship with water in the South Carolina Low country fueled his creativity. His experiences led him to share stories of survival that drove him to “radically transform,” he said.

Continue reading in the December 2023 issue of Water Environment & Technology.