Sedona AZ (August 19, 2017) = Do you find it hard to speak to family, friends and colleagues with opposing political viewpoints? Would you like to learn some approaches to try? According to Barbara Litrell, President of the League of Women Voters Greater Verde Valley, “We must continue to speak to one another to ensure our democracy functions. Democracy is built on productive discussions and consensus building around important issues affecting our society.”
The League has invited Corey Harris to be the guest speaker and facilitator at “Let’s Talk Politics” a League event on Thursday, August 24, 8:30AM-10AM at the Sedona Community Center, 2615 Melody Lane, Sedona. The program is free and open to the public.
Corey Harris enlisted in the Army and served two combat tours in Iraq. He served as both a sergeant and an officer mentoring city and state councils on effective governance for which he was awarded the Bronze Star. His life has been spent on community relations and bringing sides together to talk about important issues in order to solve problems. He is currently the VP of the Arizona Veterans and Military Leadership Alliance where he collaborated with ASU to develop ASU into the 6th most veteran supportive campus in the nation. Corey makes things happen by bringing people with opposing viewpoints together. Corey will share ways to do this. For more information, contact Barbara Litrell 659-0135 or email@example.com