36 Questions for Civic Love

Join us for a conversation about love for your community!

WHEN

Friday, February 10, 2023

Starting At: 5:30 PM

2 hours

WHERE

Alaska Humanities Forum - 421 W. 1st Ave., Suite 200

CONTACT

Emily Lucy

elucy@akhf.org  •  907-770-8414

JOIN US!

Assembled by the National Public Housing Museum and adapted from psychologist Arthur Aron's explorations about whether intimacy between two perfect strangers could be accelerated by asking each other a set of questions, this conversation is aimed at helping us all fall in civic love.

"Civic love is one's love for society, expressed through a commitment to the common good. It is a belief in the idea that we're all better off, when we are all better off. We manifest it through all kinds of actions - volunteering, marching, speaking against systemic injustice, making reparations - but the love itself is the emotional heart of the work."

Join us for an evening of conversation and storytelling! Appetizers and refreshments will be provided.

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