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Topic: Hope for Post-Election Politics: Hospitality and Encounter
Speaker: Charlie Camosy
Date and time: November 10 at 7pm pst
The 2020 presidential election signals the end of what has been a terribly divisive year. In this talk, Camosy, associate professor of theological and social ethics at Fordham University, will make the case that post-election, U.S. culture is ripe for a “politics of encounter”—one that can bring hope by replacing antagonism with a politics that starts with dialogue and a commitment to the fundamental equality of and respect for all human beings.
Julie Hanlon Rubio, author of Hope for Common Ground: Mediating the Personal and the Political in a Divided Church and Professor of Social Ethics at Santa Clara University, will join Camosy to respond.
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