11th Annual Virtual Sustainability Summit
Social Responsibility: Cultivating Civic Engagement
The theme of this year’s Sustainability Summit is Social Responsibility: Cultivating Civic Engagement.
Civil discourse is defined by American University’s Project on Civil Discourse as: truthful, productive, audience-based, about listening and talking and each person’s own responsibility. If you’ve ever wished for a return to civil discourse in today’s society and wondered what you could do to help achieve it, this conference will be of interest to you.
Unprecedented partisanship is causing rifts between families and friends and in public and private organizations.
Join us as we explore what we can do as individuals to help return our community to a spirit of civil discourse and civic engagement.
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- Civil Discourse – Why societies need it and how to get it back
- Respect for Self and Others
- Reflective Structured Dialogues
- Media Literacy
- Why Voting Matters
- Meditation: Can Mindfulness Change the World?
- Three Questions that Can Transform the World
The event is produced by Dallas College’s Social Responsibility and Inclusion Office, which consists of three areas: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion; Supplier Diversity; and Sustainability. Our goal is to provide no-cost learning opportunities to our students, employees and community members in these three areas.
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Learn about the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.