What does the future of our democracy look like? What is happening to our commitments, values, and institutions in this era of increasing polarization and partisanship? Is a focus on gender, racial, and sexual difference contributing to the problem? And how can we come together around shared principles?
The Progressive Women’s Alliance of West Michigan, in partnership with the Kate and Richard Wolters Foundation, the Russell Kirk Center for Cultural Renewal, and the Hauenstein Center at Grand Valley State University invites you to join a group of distinguished scholars, representing a broad range of political perspectives, for all or part of a two-day conversation on the history, present, and future of partisan politics and democratic principles.
April 13-14, 2018
Grand Valley State University
401 Fulton St W
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Day One: 5pm -8:15pm
Day Two: 8:15am-5:30pm
On Friday night, Karen Zivi, Progressive Women’s Alliance Board Chair, will serve on a panel responding to keynote speaker Mark Lilla's critique of identity politics and his vision for the future of liberalism. Lilla's writings may be found here and here.
This event is free and open to the public, but rsvps are requested. To register for one or all of the talks, click here.
Paid for by: Progressive Women's Alliance of West Michigan PAC
PO Box 1315
Grand Rapids, MI 49501 United States