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This is a regional event primarily for Montana & Wyoming Braver Angel members or interested partiesFind out more »
Open to public--If not a library card holder, simply skip that field on the registration form.Find out more »
Should the Illinois Constitution be amended to allow for a graduated income tax? Speakers pro and con will debate this question that will appear for voter decision on the November 3rd Illinois Ballot, and answer questions proposed by audience members after deliberation in small groups.Find out more »
event is private - only for Rotary 6400 memberFind out more »
This is currently a private event conducted in conjunction with the FL Humanities Council, The Betty Johnson Sarasota Library, the Polk County History Center, and the Smithsonian Museum on Main Street exhibit "Voices and Votes."Find out more »
Masks required.Find out more »
The Online Debate is open to the public by registration. The Resolution to be debated is RESOLVED: The United States healthcare system does not provide adequate affordable health care for its people and we should choose one of these solutions - Medicare for All or Private Insurance with a Public Option. This debate will feature panelists State Senator John Marty and State Senator Jim Abeler discussing the advantages, disadvantages and similarities of these two possible solutions. Registered attendees will have…Find out more »
This is a Pilot of Part II of the Red/Blue Wkshp. It is not open to the general public.Find out more »
Interfaith Evanston, IL Documentary Screening and Discussion About Polarization and FaithFind out more »
A private event for AK Action Network folks. The date has been changed from 9/29 to October 5.Find out more »
This Workshop is sponsored by the Nashville Alliance to prepare participants for the November WMTN (With Malice Towards None) events.Find out more »
Primarily for Northwestern University graduate students and their invitees and colleagues at other universities.Find out more »
This Skills Workshop is hosted by the League of Women Voters of Woodbury-Cottage Grove AreaFind out more »
Discussion of "How to Have Impossible Conversations," by Peter Boghossian & James LindsayFind out more »
Discussion of "Union: A Democrat, a Republican, and a Search For Common Ground," by Jordan Blashek & Christopher HaughFind out more »