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2020: A New Birth of Freedom, Act II

  • Kane Hall 4069 Spokane Lane Seattle, WA, 98105 United States (map)

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The American experiment in democracy is an idea. For nearly 250 years, it has been enacted in some ways that are inspiring and amazing, and it has been enacted in some ways that are oppressive, violent, and devastating. But still, the ideals call to us. Today, the Donald Trump presidency and all who fostered it, enable it, and support it have put America and the world at fundamental risk. How we as Americans act in the 2020 election will determine both (a) the future of our nation and world, and (b) how each of us, personally, will answer to all who come after us. This lecture series examines and walks in real-time through the 2020 presidential election. There are 3 "Acts" in this lecture series, ALL ON TUESDAYS:

Act I: The Democrats (lectures on Jan 7, 14, 21)

Act II: The Republicans (lectures on April 7, 14, 21)

Act III: The Nation (lectures on Sept 8, 15, 22)

Speaker: David Domke, University of Washington Professor

Event is free for all college or high school students displaying student ID. All lectures are at 7:00 pm, with doors open at 630 pm. All lectures will be video-recorded and made available for registrants.

Earlier Event: April 11
Workshop: Intro to Common Purpose
Later Event: April 21
2020: A New Birth of Freedom, Act II