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Hope After the Pandemic: Building Solidarity, Resisting Throwaway Culture

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Topic: Hope After the Pandemic: Building Solidarity, Resisting Throwaway Culture
Speaker: Charlie Camosy
Date and time: November 18 at 7pm pst

“Solidarity is the road to take towards a post-pandemic world, towards the healing of our interpersonal and social sicknesses. There is no other path.” — Pope Francis

What Pope Francis says about the post-pandemic world in general is particularly true for Southern California. The pandemic has highlighted profound “social sicknesses” in our region, involving health care, housing, nursing homes and job loss. The impact on the poor, the elderly. and communities of color shows how throwaway culture deeply affects the most vulnerable. In this talk, Charlie Camosy will lay out a path that each of us can take towards deeper solidarity in our families, communities and region.


Charles Camosy, PhD professor of Theology at Fordham University and author of Resisting Throwaway Culture: How a Consistent Life Ethic can Unite a Fractured People. His work on ethics and policy moves beyond stale and lazy arguments which artificially pit liberals and conservations against each other. Instead, Dr. Camosy finds common ground by unpacking the real complexities of some of today’s most passionately debated issues.

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Dr. Camosy, will be having another webinar. You can choose to attend one or both.

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