Date(s) - 11/28/2017
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Location: MIllsaps College; Jackson, Mississippi
Moderator: W. Brother Rogers, Director of Programs & Communication Division, Mississippi Department of Archives & History
Many Americans are concerned that our differences are preventing us from tackling the serious public problems we face in our communities and nation. Political observers say we’re more polarized now than we’ve been since the Civil War. People in communities say they feel increasingly discounted, segregated and excluded based on their beliefs. This discussion program explores ways we can get work done even when we disagree.