Are you interested in joining people from across the United States in National Week of Conversation?
Join us here in Tucson
Thursday, April 26, 2017
6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Participate in a challenging conversation
in a skilled, civil and respectful way
Across the country, people are gathering together to have meaningful conversations with people of different viewpoints. Sounds interesting, right? Or maybe scary? Probably a little of both. But we’ll make sure it’s interesting. Our community, our country needs to listen to each other and remember we are all people, with a mix of viewpoints and life experiences. Listening and sharing creates genuine connection and understanding.
The Center for Community Dialogue & Training is hosting a conversation as part of the National Week of Conversation.
Our topic is Guns and Responsibility. Recently, the Center partnered with Tucson High Magnet School to conduct a forum on school shootings for about 400 students. Guns, the Second Amendment, gun rights, and gun control are topics that often bring forth strong passions and opinions. A conversation that focuses on our own personal experiences with guns and how these experiences have shaped our opinions can help us develop a deeper understanding of the opportunities and challenges surrounding gun ownership.
Snacks, filtered water, and tea/coffee will be available.
Date: Thursday, April 26, 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Location: Our Family Services, 3830 East Bellevue, Tucson, North Conference Room
Please RSVP here
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