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Braver Angels Family and Politics Workshop
Family relationships are becoming casualties of our toxic political environment. Family members are having nasty political arguments, avoiding each other, or even cutting off lifetime relationships.
If you want to preserve important family bonds while still being true to your values and political beliefs, this workshop will offer you:
- Insight into why family differences over politics are uniquely challenging;
- Recognition of common roles that family members play in political conversations (for example, the Gladiator, the Defender, and the Sniper);
- Strategies and skills for handling family political differences in a constructive way.
Although the focus is on family relationships, you can use learnings in this workshop with any loved one. You’ll laugh and have some fun in this workshop—it won’t be all serious. After all, we all come from quirky families.
Workshop Format: This is a two-part workshop combining an online eLearning course and an online, interactive workshop offered over Zoom.
- Part one consists of a 40 minute, interactive course. You complete this online before the workshop.
- Part two is joining us for the interactive online workshop where you will be guided in practicing listening and speaking skills.
This workshop is a free event brought to you by Braver Angels in partnership with Florida Humanities and funded by the “Why it Matters: Civic and Electoral Participation” initiative, administered by the Federation of State Humanities Councils and funded by Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Date/time: December 15, 2020 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Presented By:Braver Angels
This is a virtual Zoom meeting. Registration is required. If you have any questions about this event, contact Paul Witte at [email protected].
Note: Users may experience difficulty registering for a webinar if they are using a public or school computer. We recommend that interested registrants sign up using their home computer or smart device.