Transforming Conversations across the Political Divide


Quakers believe that there is that of God in everyone.  But we have a hard time seeing the Divine in the people we disagree with.  We have a hard time listening and an even harder time talking. So, we don’t.  We have become frozen.  On Friday night,     Karen Tibbals will present a framework of how to listen and talk to those we disagree with, drawn from recent social psychology research. Then on Saturday, attendees will get a chance to practice this technique.  You will leave the retreat with a new way to talk, across the political divide.

Karen Tibbals is Communications Clerk of Rahway-Plainfield Monthly Meeting.  She holds an MA in Quaker History from Earlham School of Religion and is the author of a new book on the topic, Persuade, Don't Preach

When
June 26th, 2020 6:00 PM   through   June 28th, 2020 2:00 PM
Location
524 Pitt Hall Road
Old Chatham, NY 12136
United States
Event Fee(s)
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Comprehensive adult ($280)
Standard adult ($240)
Reduced adult ($200)
adult commuter ($175)
ages 13-22 ($125)
12 and under ($70)

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