‘Uncomfortable Conversations,’ a summit on communication hosted by CLU
The most important conversations in life are often the most difficult to have—the Claremont Lincoln University is prepared to embrace the uncomfortable in a one-day summit titled “Uncomfortable Conversations.”
CLU will explore the meaning of life, the challenges of diversity, the ethos of ethics, and how to communicate those messages to the world. Be prepared to be challenged, questioned and provoked by an esteemed lineup of speakers.
The summit takes place Saturday, January 10 with workshops throughout the day. Discussion topics include “Being Both: A Look at Interfaith Marriage and Families,” a talk by author Susan Katz Miller; “Conversation Breakdown: How Evaluation Gold Standards Exclude Front-Line Needs” with Kim Sabo Flores, PhD, and author of Youth Participatory Evaluation; “Strategic Moral Diplomacy and the Search for a Universal Global Ethic,” by Lyn Boyd-Judson, PhD and Director of the Levan Institute for Humanities and Ethics at University of Southern California.
Shabnam Mogharabi, CEO of SoulPancake, will host a closing gathering at the Claremont University Consortium administration building, 101 N. Mills Ave.
RSVPs required. Please notify Whitney Braun at firstname.lastname@example.org or (909) 667-4413.