In their pursuit of equality and fair treatment for everyone, those who want bring about positive change know it is essential to begin at home. The greater the community’s cohesion, the more significant the result. The leaders of Our Common Future will have an open discussion with attendees on shared ideals and community development. Participants in A Healthy Democracy Begins in Community will learn how to utilize their newly acquired communication skills in the workplace.
Sarah Kastelic (National Indian Child Welfare Association), Robert Boisture (Fetzer Institute), and Jim Wallis (Sojourners) will be leading the interactive session.
Attend the Our Common Future event “A Healthy Democracy Begins in Community” on Friday, October 27.