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Purple: Bridging Political and Interpersonal Divides

Hosted by JCC of Indianapolis

Attend a screening and discussion of the short movie Purple and envision what a healthy public debate on fault-line issues might look like.

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August 26
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT
Online
Free

Event Details

A poll taken after the 2016 election, surveying thousands of people in all 50 states, found that 16 percent of respondents had stopped speaking to a family member or close friend over politics. This finding suggests the unraveling of 50 million relationships.

In an effort to reverse this trend in Indiana, a group of community partners, including the JCC of Indianapolis, Congregation Beth-El Zedeck, the Center for Interfaith Cooperation, and Civic Renaissance will present a free screening of the short film Purple (blue and red = purple) followed by a moderated conversation.

All are welcome.

This program takes place virtually via Zoom. To register, click on the RSVP button above.

For more information, contact Lev Rothenberg at lrothenberg@JCCindy.org or call the JCC of Indianapolis at 317.251.9467.

This program received support from an Indiana Humanities Action Grant.