In our day-to-day interactions, each of us brings a script, a unique way of viewing the world. It is naive to believe that we can arrive at an ideal way of living and working together just by understanding our differences, talking together, and valuing individual worth. There will be conflict in our struggle to understand our differences. It will require taking inventory of our belief systems, how we relate to those different from ourselves and how we respond to those differences.
Before the meeting on Oct. 5, view this TED Talk by Stella Young, "I'm Not Your Inspiration, Thank You Very Much". Come ready to answer the question: what did you learn about yourself?
RegisterHERE to be part of the October 5 discussion. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Exploring political philosophy, history, and social issues through reading and discussion
"What's it All About: The Electoral College and the National Popular Vote"
Join us for some history and a discussion led by LWVHC member and historian Paul Goebel.
Before the meeting on October 8th please read the following three articles (but join us in any case):
Register for the Zoom meeting HERE. After registering, you will receive an confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
this is the third of a series of educational programs on policing in NC. The virtual program will include information about Criminal Justice Education and Standards Commision responsible for developing the minimum entrance standards for a law enforcement officer , and the recruitment and hiring process of several local sherrif and police departments.
Register HERE After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Here is a link the the 2nd Police Program program found on the LWV - North Carolina YouTube channel.