American Polarization: A Conversation (DDC Event)

Live in the metro Washington DC area?

Interested in politics?

Concerned about the future of American democracy?

Learning Life and the Eisenhower Institute at Gettysburg College are pleased to announce a special in-person, conversation about American polarization on Saturday, September 17, 6:30-10:00pm EST featuring three distinguished speakers on American polarization:

1. Nealin Parker, Executive Director, Search for Common Ground USA, and Founder and Director of the Bridging Divides Initiative at Princeton University.
3. Bill Schneider, former CNN Senior Political Analyst, George Mason University emeritus political science professor, and author of Standoff: How America Became Ungovernable.
Event Agenda:
6:30-7:30pm: Reception (includes food)
7:30-8:30pm: Introduction, then authors speak
8:30-9:30pm: Discussion
9:30-10:00pm: Mingling
Location, RSVP & Other Details: 
Precise location in Washington, DC to be announced to participants.
Given limited venue space, please fill out this brief registration form now to confirm your interest and availability. We will then notify you asap if you have a seat. In the meantime, please mark your calendar.
The event is free, but participants are encouraged to join Learning Life’s Democracy & Diplomacy Community (DDC) to network, learn, and support this and other upcoming DDC events.
All participants must show proof of Covid vaccination (vaccination card and photo ID) to enter the event.