36 Questions for Civic Love

Join us for a conversation about love for your community!


Friday, February 10, 2023

Starting At: 5:30 PM

2 hours


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


Emily Lucy

elucy@akhf.org  •  907-770-8414


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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