MONDAY, JUNE 5 @ 6 PM
EDGEWOOD VISTA DINING ROOM
4420 37TH AVENUE SOUTH, FARGO
A public conversation about the GOOD LIFE with Dr. Anne Mocko, assistant professor, religion, Concordia College, Dr. Dan Rice, professor, educational leadership, and dean emeritus, College of Education & Human Development, UND, and Willard Yellow Bird, Jr., enrolled member, Three Affiliated Tribes, Fort Berthold, and cultural planner, City of Fargo. Moderated by Veronica Michael.
From your lived experience, what do you think constitutes a good life? How does your definition of a good life align or conflict with what (other) Americans see as a good life? Are you living a good life? How do you know? Are you entitled to a good life? Do you, should you define the good life for anyone else? Are you responsible for ensuring others have what they need to live a good life? How does your community facilitate the good life for every member? Who has made your life good?
Curated + hosted by Anita Bender + Lorilee Bergin.
Generously sponsored by a Thrivent Action Team + community contributors.
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A fast-paced format eliciting the insight, experience and curiosity of everyone in the room –
20 MINUTES of conversation between two speakers followed by
20 MINUTES of Q&A and group conversation and
20 MINUTES of conversation at tables.