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Sunday Forum

January 28 @ 10:00 am - 10:50 am

January 28, 2024

Why Are We Polarized

What the Research Shows

Nathan Stock will explore changes in American society that have created conditions conducive to political and social polarization as well as the factors unique to the U.S. which have caused a sharp rise in political violence since 2016.

September 27, 2022. Atlanta GA .
Nathan Stock
Photo by Michael A. Schwarz

Nathan Stock and his wife, Kate Taber, are active members of Plymouth. He is a Policy Advocate and Conflict Analyst for the Carter Center. He designed a new Carter Center project to mitigate political and identity-based violence in the United States that began the summer of 2020. Through his work he is building diverse networks of citizens from across the political spectrum to serve as community advocates for electoral democracy and the peaceful resolution of disputes. Nathan has an M.A. in International Peace and Conflict from American University and a B.A. in International Relations from Colgate University.

 

Sunday Forum Schedule

Through May 2024

January 7 – Moving Mountains Together: Affordable Housing in the Twin Cities; Chris LaTondresse, Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative President & CEO

January 14 – Racial and Environmental Injustice Intertwined: Centering Equity and Justice in the Clean Energy Transition; Sara Wolff, climate strategist and Minnesota Interfaith Power & Light Strategic Policy Director

January 21 – Agrarian Faith: Regenerative Farming and Just Eating as Christian Practices; Rev. Kerri Meyer

January 28 – Why Are We Polarized: What the Research Shows; Nathan Stock

February 4Ranked Choice Voting:  Its Present and Future; Erin Zamoff, member & Director of Communications and Public Affairs for FairVote Minnesota

February 11 The Illustrated Old Testament; Sam Robertson

February 18 – The Urban American Indian Community; Louise Matson, Executive Director of the Division of Indian Work and Plymouth member

February 25 – North Star Act:  Safety, Trust, and Respect for All Minnesotans; Omar Fateh and Adriana Cerillo

March 3 – History and Current Status of Native Lands; Cris Stainbrook, President of the Indian Land Tenure Foundation

March 10  – The Lake Street Recovery:  A Progress Report; Allison Sharkey, Executive Director of Lake Street Council

March 17 – Beneficiaries of the Easter Offering; E.J. Kelley

March 24 – Investing for a Better World: Harnessing the Power of Finance through Sustainable and Impact Investing; Jane Bulnes-Fowles

March 31 – No Sunday Forum [Easter Sunday]

April 7 – Plymouth’s Yard and Gardens; Tom Anderson, member and Master Gardener

April 14  – Natural Options at the End of Life; Angela Woosley

April 21 – Large Capacity Battery Storage; Chris Dey

April 28 – Hour Car and Evie; James Vierling

May 5 – Minneapolis Police Department Consent Decree; Speaker TBD

May 12 – Lift Garage; Cathy Heying

May 19 – Repair of Historical Harms, Rev. Anthony Jermaine Ross-Allam

 

Details

Date:
January 28
Time:
10:00 am - 10:50 am
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Venue

Chapel
1900 Nicollet Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55403 United States
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Details

Date:
January 28
Time:
10:00 am - 10:50 am
Series:
Event Categories:
, ,

Venue

Chapel
1900 Nicollet Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55403 United States
+ Google Map