You’re invited: Community Conversation on ‘Fascism in America’
Community Conversations serve as opportunities for faculty, staff and students to come together weekly to engage in meaningful ways to increase belonging at Michigan Medicine.
The Office for Health Equity and Inclusion feels that it is important to carve out space for dialogue, provide support for one another, promote self-care and share valuable resources. The sessions are designed for to hear your voice and all are welcome!
On Thursday, March 25, the next Community Conversation will take place, entitled “Fascism in America: From the 1930s to the Capitol Riots.” It will be held from 11:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.
The conversation will begin with a screening of “A Night at the Garden,” a seven-minute documentary about a 1939 fascist rally with more than 20,000 people attending at Madison Square Garden. A panel discussion will follow the screening.
Panelist: Michele Freed, associate director, National Young Leadership at the Anti-Defamation League (ADL)
Moderator: Gary Freed, M.D., M.P.H., professor of pediatrics, director of faculty programs in the Office for Health Equity and Inclusion
Meeting ID: 993 5411 1881
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