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*DIGITAL* Courageous Conversations: Living the Questions

April 18
9:00 am

Catamount Arts
Colorful illustration of hands casting ballots in a box

This four-part series, in partnership with Catamount Arts, offers a hospitable space for participants to take up the hard questions of our time. Each session, and its requisite prework, affords deep reflection on civility and focuses on the tools needed to engage in civil conversation in a divided country.

Guest Speaker: Xusana Davis, State of Vermont’s Executive Director of Racial Equity
Topic: Living the Questions

On Being’s “Better Conversations Guide” a guide created by Krista Tippet and the producers of “On Being” as part of the “Civil Conversations Project”, will serve as our framework.  Each session will require deep listening of an assigned “On Being” episode and will culminate in a conversation led by a different guest speaker each week.

Registered participants will receive a welcome letter on Friday, April 9th which will include all the materials, syllabus, and Zoom links.

Register for this free talk.

About the Vermont Civics Collaborative

“Why it Matters: Civics and Electoral Participation” is an initiative sponsored by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Federation for State Humanities Councils.

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Catamount Arts
115 Eastern Ave
St Johnsbury, VT 05819 United States


Molly Stone