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The Universal vs. The Tribal: When to Focus on Ourselves and When to Care for Others

 
Being human has an inherent tension built into our existence–the universal and the tribal. Sometimes, we are compelled to look inward–affirming our own dignity and right to security. Sometimes, we feel called to enact a vision for society defined by justice and equity for all. So when we strive to be more human, how do we balance our tribal needs with our universal values? Join us as we explore the tension of those values and challenge our own assumptions about where we see ourselves on that spectrum.
 
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Where: Private residence (address provided upon RSVP), Limited Space Available

When: Tuesday, April 24 & May 1, 2018

Time: 7:00 pm

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