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May 9, 2017 @ 5:15 pm - 7:30 pm
Our political choices are expressions of our moral and spiritual convictions. They enable us to have a voice in preserving our constitutional rights by electing women and men whose decisions will uphold the principles upon which our country was founded. Regardless of whether or not we identify ourselves with a particular religious tradition, to be a person of integrity in today’s world means strengthening our commitment to peace, justice and equality.
In this series of two programs we will explore the intersection between politics and the values that shaped our Constitution. Through presentations, resource sharing and opportunities for questions and dialogue, we will explore why the most important role in our government is the role of Citizen. Come for one or both sessions.
May 9, 2017
Sacred Citizenship: The Connection between Politics and Spirituality
John Nichols, Washington Correspondent to the Nation and Associate Editor of the Capital Times
Rabbi Renee Bauer, Director of Chaplaincy and Outreach for Jewish Social Services
May 16, 2017
Sacred Citizenship: Immigration and Hospitality
Karen Menéndez Coller, Executive Director of Centro Hispano
Joe Parisi, Dane County Executive
$28 per person per session, includes dinner
May 9 program: register by May 2, 2017
May 16 program: register by May 9, 2017