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Election Extremism: Hope & Healing in the Aftermath
Election Extremism: Hope & Healing in the Aftermath

Mark your calendar for 2pm ET on Thurs. Nov. 19th for “Election Extremism: Hope & Healing in the Aftermath.” The On Being Project and RNS partner with Odyssey Impact to offer Hope & Healing in a Divided Time.

Who will we be together? Join us for a Live Town Hall conversation with faith leaders and change makers, including special guests from The On Being Project and Religion News Service as we consider together how we listen, learn, and move forward in the face of deep national divisions. *Please note this event will be 75 minutes.*

Lucas Johnson
Executive Director, Civil Conversations and Social Healing
The On Being Project
Minneapolis, MN

Pádraig Ó Tuama
Poet/Theologian and Host of Poetry Unbound
The On Being Project
Co. Fermanagh, Ireland

Rev. Jacqueline J. Lewis, Ph.D
Senior Minister for Public Theology and Transformation
Middle Collegiate Church
New York, NY

Roxanne Stone
Managing Editor
Religion News Service
New York, NY


Rev. Katie Givens Kime, Ph.D
Director of Religion and Civic Engagement
Odyssey Impact
Atlanta, GA

** When registering, we encourage you to submit a question in advance for our panelists! We will also have the chat feature open for questions & discussion throughout the event. **

By registering for an Odyssey Impact Town Hall you have also opted in to receive additional emails from Odyssey Impact and co-presenting organizations of the event.

Nov 19, 2020 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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