June 20, 2012

The Fourteenth Intentional Conversation

On Monday, June 18, Marymount College hosted the Fourteenth Intentional Conversation at the beautiful Huntington Library & Botanical Gardens. More than 100 people participated in this summer's Conversation, which focused on the theme "Can We All Get Along? The Challenges to Civil Discourse and Mutual Respect." A distinguished and diverse panel of experts shared their perspectives and observations on the topic. Rob Eshman, Publisher & Editor-in-Chief of the Jewish Journal, participated in the Intentional Conversation and shared his experience in his weekly column, click here to read his article. Also featured on the Jewish Journal is an article by another Intentional Conversation participant, Rabbi Mark Diamond, in his column, Torah Marks, click here to read his article. To learn more, please visit the Intentional Conversation website: www.intentionalconversation.org.

From left:Panelists Professor of Theological Studies at Loyola Marymount, Dr. Amir Hussain; former member of Congress and a partner at the firm of Gibson, Dunn and Crutcher, Mel Levine; the panelists included President of the Board of the Los Angeles Unified School District, Monica Garcia; Senior Fellow at USC’s Annenberg School’s Center on Communication Leadership and Policy, Morley Winogard; and Executive Director of Intentional Conversation, Hoyt Hilsman.

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