Mon, Nov 07|
Living Room Conversations: Political Stereotypes
Join our Living Room Conversations about political stereotypes, where we will gather to practice communicating across differences while building understanding and relationships. Rather than debating or convincing others, we take turns talking to share, learn, and be curious.
Time & Location
Nov 07, 2022, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Oxford, 16 S Campus Ave, Oxford, OH 45056, USA
About the event
It can be tempting to dismiss the concerns and opinions of the people around us or to make assumptions about their motives, especially within the current political landscape. Many people have stopped talking about topics that might create discomfort due to disagreement, or even let go of connections with people they disagree with. All this can contribute to increased polarization, the reliance on information in echo chambers, and gridlock in legislative decision making. This conversation is designed to explore the assumptions and stereotypes we hold on to as well as those others might have about us. How are you navigating, being inﬂuenced by, or being impacted by current political stereotypes?
Please check out the discussion guide here.