CELT Special Session: How Can We Stop Mass Shootings in Our Communities?: The College at Brockport

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CELT Special Session: How Can We Stop Mass Shootings in Our Communities?

Tuesday, February 6, 2-3:15 pm at CELT, Edwards 100-B. Facilitators: Kim Piatt and Brynn Stopczynski

Deliberative dialogues offer people the opportunity to join together to deliberate, to make choices with others about ways to address challenging issues and to work toward creating reasoned public judgment. The dialogues provide a way for people of diverse views and experiences to seek a shared understanding of the problem and to search for common ground for action. Deliberative dialogues are led by trained, neutral moderators, and use an issue discussion guide that frames the issue by presenting the overall problem and then three or four broad approaches to the problem. Forum participants work through the issue by considering each approach, examining what appeals to them or concerns them, and also what the costs, consequences, and trade-offs may be that would be incurred in following that approach.

Register at the link below.



Dale Hartnett, 395-5664

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