UA Little Rock is organizing two complementary workshops this fall to aid individuals in cultivating dialogues with those who hold divergent viewpoints, highlighting the current divisions within our world. Continue reading “UA Little Rock to Host Bridge-Building Conversation Workshops”
Update: The location of this event has changed. Mónica Guzmán’s presentation will now take place in the Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall in the Fine Arts Building.
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will welcome author Mónica Guzmán to campus on Wednesday, Feb. 8, for the university’s second annual Inclusive and Inspiring Speaker Series. Continue reading “UA Little Rock to Host Author Mónica Guzmán Feb. 8”
Dr. April Chatham-Carpenter, chair of the Department of Applied Communication at UA Little Rock and the former state co-coordinator for Braver Angels of Arkansas, has been selected to serve as co-director of field communications for Braver Angels National. Continue reading “Chatham-Carpenter Selected for National Position in Braver Angels”
Braver Angels of Arkansas is seeking participants for a new workshop coming to Arkansas to discuss teaching about race in public schools. Continue reading “Chatham-Carpenter to Moderate Discussion on Teaching Race in Public Schools”
A University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor will lead a panel discussion on how members of the media affect the polarization of politics. Continue reading “UA Little Rock professor to lead April 5 panel on Media and Polarization”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Department of Applied Communication and Braver Angels of Central Arkansas will hold a free online workshop to teach critical skills that will help people hold conversations that cross the political divide.