Nov 7, 2018
It’s the day after the 2018 United States midterm elections, and 114 elected female officials stand ready to amplify the voices of traditionally marginalized people. They are in position to reach across political aisles and into the hearts of many to create connection and build bipartisan bridges. Yet they face an uphill battle—the United States is more politically divided than ever, often resulting in the end of relationships between family and friends. What can we women do right now to make sure toxic politics doesn’t become the norm? This simple answer might surprise you. Join us for a post-election discussion of Pointing North.