CrossTalk 2.0, a series of half-hour weekly Zoom webinars featuring experts addressing aspects of the current complex and unprecedented moment in local history, will debut on Tuesday, June 30th, from 6-6:30 PM. Each program will explore, from an interdisciplinary perspective, the meaning, consequences, and long-term outcomes of COVID-19, social justice issues, and other compelling topics of this time. Every online session will feature two prominent speakers from the political, social, cultural, or spiritual arenas. These experts will be juxtaposed in unlikely and seemingly unrelated pairings but will address the same general topic. Reservations are required, with a minimum contribution of five dollars, at https://communitycenternw.org/crosstalk-20. All proceeds from the series will benefit the food bank at the Community Center of Northern Westchester.
CrossTalk 2.0 will feature:
June 30: Historian Kenneth Jackson with podcaster Avery Trufelman speaking about “reimagining”;
July 7: U.S. Representative Antonio Delgado (D- NY18) with Rabbi Aaron Brusso speaking about “connectedness”;
July 14: Foreign policy strategist Farah Pandith with Jacob Burns Film Center Program Director Brian Ackerman speaking about “resilience”;
July 21: Artist Bisa Butler with holistic physician Michael Finkelstein speaking about “change”;
July 28: Westchester Community College President Belinda Miles with Columbia University’s Earth Institute Director Andrew Revkin speaking about “uncertainty”.
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