Panelists at Talking Together event will share views about repairing a
Panelists from divergent backgrounds will lead discussion and share
their views about repairing a divided country during the March 23
Talking Together events.
"Building Trust Across America" is Thursday, March 23, 4-6
p.m. in the Kirkhof Center, room 2263. RSVP for the event online. Refreshments will be
served; the event is approved for INT 100/201 classes.
Talking Together is a yearlong series of
discussions and workshops coordinated by four campus entities:
Padnos/Sarosik Center for Civil Discourse, Kaufman Interfaith
Institute, Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies, and WGVU Public Media.
Participants at a past Talking Together event are pictured. The March 23
event will include a panel discussion about building trust in America.
Image credit - Amanda Pitts
Panelists are detailed below:
- Rich Feldman, James & Grace Lee Boggs Center to Nurture
Community Leadership in Detroit
- Denise Fase, Grand Rapids Initiative for Leaders
- Alejandra Meza, Hispanic Center of Western Michigan
- Julian Newman, Culture Creative
- Patrick Center, WGVU Media, will serve as moderator.
They will incorporate highlights from a documentary, "The
Reunited States," which participants will receive a link to watch
in its entirety through March 26.
The final Talking Together event for the academic year is scheduled
for April 20.
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