Methods for Improving Civil Discourse



Civility is typically understood as the practice of being courteous, polite and well-mannered--it reminds most of us to be good citizens and neighbors. The interpersonal communication methods of today have reshaped universal language and many are experiencing the negative effects of these changes.

Please join us for an interactive discussion, focusing on dialogue strategies aimed at improving civil discourse with everyday interactions and conversations.

For those of you unable to attend, this event will be streamed via Facebook Live on the Glenn College Facebook page. The room will be equipped with a camera and microphones so our online audience can listen and participate remotely.


Panelist
Fran Frazier, Senior Associate, Everyday Democracy

Moderator
Maggie Lewis, Moderator, Lecturer, Glenn College of Public Affairs
Facilitated with the help of Sustained Dialogue student moderators.

Tuesday, February 28, 2017
5:30 - 7:00pm (program begins at 5:45p.m.)
John Glenn College of Public Affairs
1810 College Rd
LEC, 1st Floor
Columbus, Ohio 43210

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