Building Bridges as We Talk

Knowing our Neighbors

Let's break down the "us versus them" mentality that challenges our political system today.

Join us for an evening of dialogue to foster better communication and understanding between rural and urban communities in SE Wisconsin and people of varying backgrounds and experiences.

Dr. Katherine Cramer, author of The Politics of Resentment: Rural Consciousness in Wisconsin and the Rise of Scott Walker and students from Dr. Peggy James' POLS 490 course will facilitate a community conversation.

WHEN
April 11, 2018
5 pm reception
5:30-7:30 pm presentation

WHERE
Student Center Ballroom
UW-Parkside
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This event is part of UW-Parkside’s Dignity and Respect campaign and is sponsored by:

  • College of Social Sciences and Professional Studies
  • Community Engagement Office
  • Wisconsin Campus Compact
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