Are We Losing Our Humanity?
- How do we make sense of the seemingly senseless acts that take place in our homes, in our communities, and in our world?
- Media attention and news headlines of vicious personal attacks in the name of political campaigning, public massacres, blatant abuses of power, and the myriad other happenings around us require self-reflection, critical awareness, and honest dialogue. How does talking, listening and connecting restore our faith in humanity?
- Are We Losing Our Humanity? Politics and Politicians – First Amendment Forum at Cronkite (February 17, 2015)
- How does one live out their values in today’s political landscape? Join us for a conversation with guest speakers as they talk about their experiences in public service. Panelists include Chris Herstam, former AZ state legislator and gubernatorial chief of staff, Lauren Kuby, Tempe City Council, and Thomas Catlaw, Associate Professor, College of Public Service & Community Solutions. Moderated by Juan Mendez, AZ State Representative. In partnership with the College of Public Service & Community Solutions
- Are We Losing Our Humanity? Looking Through The Lens Of The 2016 Election - Cronkite Building 128 (November 3, 2016)
- Looking through the lens on the 2016 political campaign, this program will feature speakers from opposing viewpoints in a debate style symposium. Facilitated by Bruce Meyerson with respondents Karen Adams, Tom Morrissey, and Eshe N. Pickett
- Are We Losing Our Humanity? Arizona Jewish Historical Society ( November 30. 2016)
- Individuals are all trying to make sense of the seemingly senseless acts that take place in our homes, in our communities, and in our world. How might the fundamentals of talking, listening and connecting restore our humanity, restore our human ties?