Salons at Stowe


Humility and Civility

In an Age of Divisiveness

May 10, 2018

We seem to be losing the ability to disagree without being disagreeable,
to recognize our own biases and fallibility, to feel conviction to our beliefs
while still being self-reflective.


Might we combine the power of humility and the approach of civility in building more cohesive communities where we can speak across differences while simultaneously working to accomplish shared goals?


Join the conversation


Co-presented with Hartford Listens/Community Capacity Builders and
UConn Humanities Institute/Humility & Conviction in Public Life

Location Harriet Beecher Stowe Center
Doors Open 5:30 PM
Program 6 - 8 PM
Brendan Kane
University of Connecticut
Bilal Sekou
University of Hartford
Donna Berman
Charter Oak Cultural Center
Arthur Miller
Archdiocese of Hartford
Iran Nazario
Connecticut Peace Center
Manuela Wagner
University of Connecticut
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