As part of the celebration of Jewish Cincinnati Bicentennial, join the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati’s Jewish Community Relations Council Leaders in Light and the Mercantile Library for a series of conversations about the state of American democracy and the crisis of extremism and polarization. Global experts on these topics will unpack what’s holding us back, and shed light on shared pathways forward towards a healthier and more just shared society. This hybrid series is part of JCRC’s Leaders in Light institute.
Dr. Peter Coleman, discusses his book The Way Out: How to Overcome Toxic Polarization. Coleman is the Executive Director, Advanced Consortium on Cooperation, Conflict and Complexity at Columbia University. Coleman shares insights gleaned from his decades of research on what heals deeply divided societies, which he has translated into a set of practical steps we can all take to begin to navigate our way out of this toxic trap.
There will be a 6:00 PM reception followed by the program at 6:30 PM.
This event is FREE & open to the public. In-person registration required via ticketing HERE or by calling 513-621-0717. To attend virtually, register HERE.
Copies of The Way Out will be available for sales and signing.
Presented in partnership with the Jewish Community Relations Council of Cincinnati Leaders in Light and Jewish Cincinnati Bicentennial.
This series is sponsored by First Commonwealth Bank and The Johnson Foundation.
Sponsor: Series proudly sponsored by the First Commonwealth Bank and The Johnson Foundation