PublicSource presents a conversation series for Pittsburghers to discuss issues that matter. Session 1: Talk to Me Civil
About this Event
What are the tenets of positive civil discourse?
How does identity shape how we communicate?
What is the state of civil discourse in Pittsburgh?
Our conversation series, Better Talk, is a curated safe space for Pittsburghers to discuss the issues that matter for our shared future. Join PublicSource for an evening of civil discourse and community with Pittsburghers B. DeNeice Welch and Calum Matheson. The panel-based discussion will center on civil discourse and what's needed to revive and sustain it.
You'll flex your conversational muscle and practice listening skills, while meeting neighbors who also want to elevate their conversations.
Catered food by Casa Brasil. Scholarships available by request to email@example.com. Generously funded by Facebook Journalism Project.
Thurs., February 27, 2020
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
East End Cooperative Ministry - Great Room
6175 Harvard Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
On-demand Citizen’s Toolkit classes
PublicSource offers Citizen’s Toolkit classes on the topics of:
- Detecting fake news
- Obtaining and using data about your community
- Design theory and open-source tools
- Understanding data about schools and school districts
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if your group is interested in scheduling a class. Package deals may be negotiated and scholarships are available.