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Artist Mo Willems is leading a doodle session on election night for children and adults. On the Kennedy Center's website, he will encourage self-expression for anyone who tunes in. Mo Willems hide caption

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Anxious On Election Night? Join Mo Willems For A 'Democracy Doodle'

"Any time we express ourselves, that's a form of patriotism," says writer and artist Mo Willems. He'll lead three drawing exercises, each accompanied by a National Symphony Orchestra musician.

The Monsoon Stan Forebee
Conflicting Mind Stan Forebee
Oceanica The Best Pessimist
6619 Days of Waiting The Best Pessimist
Angels (Kygo Edit) The XX

A health worker administers a polio vaccine to a child in Afghanistan's Kandahar province. Taliban opposition to vaccine campaigns have left millions of children unprotected against the virus. Javed Tanveer/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The Campaign To Wipe Out Polio Was Going Really Well ... Until It Wasn't

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Passim Edamame feat. Emancipator
Follow Meridian Edamame
The End of Dukkha Matthew Halsall
Music For a Dancing Mind Matthew Halsall
Lean on Me Bill Withers
Canvas Robert Glasper
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Bowling for Peace Prasanna
Pot Belly Blues Prasanna

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Anxious On Election Night? Join Mo Willems For A 'Democracy Doodle'

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Komorebi Craft Spells
Dwindle Craft Spells
Heart of Nowhere Noah and the Whale

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When False Information Goes Viral, COVID-19 Patient Groups Fight Back

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PS AK
New Age AK
A Child's Mind Shigeto
Field Day Shigeto
The Mule E*Vax

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