Listening to Our Consciences and Our Neighbors
November 2, 2017 | 7:00 p.m. | Dallas Public Library
950 Main St., Dallas OR 97338
We talk a lot about what it means to actively participate in a democracy: voting, participating in protests, writing and calling our representatives, and even running for office ourselves. But there is so much external noise, it can be hard to hear our own conscience, let alone discern right action. In the rambunctious arena of American democracy, how do we create habits and practices that help us become more active, resilient, and compassionate, giving us the grounding to both act from our own values and listen closely to our neighbors? How do we become the people we want to be so that we can create the society we want to live in? Read more.
Friends of the Dallas Public Library
Mark Greenhaigh-Johnson at (503) 623-2633 or firstname.lastname@example.org