How Can You Think That?
Do you find yourself upset by the level of political dysfunction and polarization of opinions? There must be a better way of having discussions about politics than what is seen on the internet or television or hear in shouting matches between people who disagree with each other.
Join a political book club with those interested in bridging political divides and having good conversations about why conservatives and liberals often find it hard to meet on common ground.
A new book will be featured each month as the basis for discussion.
This will be a discussion group, hopefully involving people from a variety of backgrounds and ways of thinking.
|When:||4th Tuesday of the month.|
|Time:||1:00 - 3:00 PM|
26, Sept. 25, Oct. 30, Nov. 27 (no meeting in December)
|Where:||cSpace , Room 310, 1721-29 Ave. SW|
Jim Conway, retired Calgary lawyer, will facilitate this group.
Julie Sedivy, a Calgary-based writer & language scientist currently is an adjunct associate professor at the University of Calgary. Julie has developed the structure for this program & will provide guidance.
|Register:||Jim Conway at: email@example.com|
|Maximum:||12 participants; wait list will be established
Drop ins may be considered after the first session
At our meeting on March 27th, we will be discussing the book:
The Great Divide: Why Liberals and Conservatives Will Never, Ever Agree, by William D. Geirdner
It's available from Shelf Life Books and from the Kindle store.
Before you register you must be a member of CALL.