Sat, Sep 11 | Zoom

Be Heard: What it Means to be American Now

Twenty years ago, our world changed. And that change wasn't just for Americans, nor was it just how we go through security at the airport. Our culture and sense of self was changed at depth. Please join us as we engage in questions like what it means to be American now.
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Be Heard: What it Means to be American Now

Time & Location

Sep 11, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM PDT
Zoom

About the Event

As always, it's our intention to have all voices on the spectrum experience feeling heard. We want to continue to bridge the political divide, and to create a world where disagreement doesn't equal hostility.

If you haven't joined us before, please know that our zoom calls are a respectful place where people with varied backgrounds and beliefs can vulnerably voice their experience with the "other." We will have ground rules to set up a brave space where you can speak from your own experience, and share your own story of what it is like to have your view. We will not be debating or convincing each other. Please note, you do not have to speak to participate and experience the benefits.

Intended Results:

  • You will feel heard about your experience of our current reality
  • You will deepen your ability to hear others – even those you disagree with
  • And you will be inspired to take actions to create a world where love wins

This event is free, but you must pre-register. And yes, please invite your friends, especially those who have a different view than you. We welcome all who are willing to participate with an open mind and open heart!

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