January 13 @ 7:00 am - 9:00 pm CST
National Debate: Capitalism & Free Markets
Is capitalism the only economic system humans have yet discovered that creates enough wealth for well-being of an entire society? Or is capitalism fundamentally flawed because of its focus on money rather than equity and human flourishing? Attend our 1/13 debate to speak directly to people you disagree with, and learn how to best tackle this divide!
Come join us for this free national debate, in which all participants from across the ideological spectrum will have an opportunity to speak and ask their questions.
Join Braver Angels Thurs Jan. 13 @ 8 pm EST for a debate on the topic – “Resolved: American Capitalism Promotes Human Flourishing.”
Register here. After registration, you will be emailed the zoom link to attend the event. Keep an eye out!
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You probably haven’t experienced anything like a Braver Angels Debate. This is a highly structured conversation in which a group of people think together, listen carefully to one another, and allow themselves to be touched and perhaps changed by each other’s ideas. When done well, everyone walks out a little closer to the truth, more aware of the validity in opposing views, and with tighter community relationships.
To learn more about these debates, you can view this video of a sample debate (it lasts about 15 minutes). This file might help you understand the debate process that we use.
This debate is a free event brought to you by Braver Angels, a 501(c)(3) non-profit as part of our mission to depolarize America. We invite you to consider a gift to Braver Angels; all donations are tax deductible. Your support will allow us to offer more workshops and debates with the ultimate goal of uniting America.
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