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Can We Talk? Civil Dialogue for Troubled Times

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Can We Talk? Civil Dialogue for Troubled Times

Come together with college students from around America. Get dialogue tips you can use on campus, online, with family.

Topics for discussion may include:

  • The Travis Scott concert tragedy;
  • Climate change and you after Glasgow;
  • Admissions preferences – yes or no?;
  • Hookup culture – liberating or degrading?;
  • Immigration – which America do you prefer?
What previous participants are saying:

Best political discussion I ever had.

Eye-opening. Refreshing. I loved it!

Students can win prizes for inviting friends, filling out a survey.

This event is limited to college students. If you are not a student and would like to attend as a non-participant, please contact the SNF Paideia Program by email at info@snfpaideia.upenn.edu.

Sponsored by the Gamba Family Red and Blue Exchange, an initiative of the SNF Paideia Program at the University of Pennsylvania. Made possible by the Gamba Family and the Stavros Niarchos Foundation. Event designed and led by the PA Project for Civic Engagement.

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