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The World to Come, How Our Fear about the Future Affects Our Actions

January 25, 2018

In our polarized society we seem to agree about at least one thing: we are concerned about the state of the world and its future. Our cities, towns, habitats, and rivers are changing, and what they are becoming often doesn't look good. Because we rarely talk openly about the emotions we experience about the world, these fears often remain unexamined. By talking among ourselves, we can begin to empathize with one another and see the shared origins of different political and personal convictions. Portland State University instructor David Osborn leads a discussion about our emotional responses to the world. The conversation may be about the world in general or focus on a specific issue of a host's choosing, such as climate change, housing affordability, immigration, or globalization.

Funded project of Oregon Humanities, a state affiliate of the National Endowmetn for the Humanities.

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Time: 6:30 pm

Contact: Carlyn Mitas Phone: (503) 695-2200 E-mail: mitasc@cascadeaccess.com
Columbia Grange #267
37493 NE Grange Hall Road
Corbett, OR 97019
United States
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