Join Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times writer Thomas Friedman in conversation with CEO and author Dov Seidman, as they explore their of-the-moment analysis and response to what's happening in American society today. The divisive effects of this new political climate and the breakdowns in truth and trust seem beyond what we have previously experienced. When this country is so divided into "us" and "them," the fundamental American value of "We the People" seems to be at risk. How does this happen? What is the impact on our country? And, from their perspectives, what do we who seek "repair" do next in this climate?

Followed by a book signing reception with  book culture

Presented with The Joseph Stern Center for Social Responsibility

The Joseph Stern Center for Social Responsibility serves as a catalyst in the Jewish community, encouraging and deepening the civic engagement of our constituents and our wider community. We start with the radical idea that change is possible, that bringing people together with a shared desire to work for a better, fairer, and safer world for everyone is the very essence of what Jewish tradition demands of us.

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