November 10: What Just Happened? What Happens Next?

We're hosting one virtual conversation for people living anywhere in Oregon on Tuesday, November 10. This conversation will take place via Zoom from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m. PDT. RSVP here.

What Just Happened? What Happens Next?

Facilitated by Adam Davis - RSVP for this conversation

One week after election day, Oregon Humanities will host an online community conversation about the results of federal, state, and local elections. This statewide conversation will focus less on the numbers than on the significance of these results for ourselves and our communities. Through a combination of small breakout group and whole group discussion, we'll talk about how we voted and especially what these votes mean about where we are and where we're going, wherever we happen to be across the state.

Adam Davis is the executive director of Oregon Humanities. His previous roles include directing the Center for Civic Reflection, where he designed and implemented “Justice Talking/The Meaning of Service,” a nationwide discussion program for AmeriCorps, VISTA, and other service organizations, and the United States Forest Service, where he led backcountry trail crews and occasionally fought wildland fire. Davis edited Taking Action and co-edited The Civically Engaged Reader and received his PhD from the University of Chicago.


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Very excited to listen and watch how you facilitate this question I really enjoyed and learned a lot from Adam. Thank you for your service. Tonia Cottrell

Tonia Cottrell | October 2020 | Beaverton, OR

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