How will our nation recover from COVID-19?
What will it take to rebuild a healthy economy after a pandemic?
We want to know what you think.
Join your fellow Arkansans in discussion and dialogue on Zoom. Participants will not debate each other - quite the opposite. In small, randomized groups led by trained, nonpartisan facilitators, participants will evaluate and discuss three options that could revitalize our economy after the devastating toll of the global pandemic and give all Americans a way to move forward, together. There is no charge to participate. RSVP for the January 28 session here.
The purpose of these dialogues is to help people deliberate on how best to rebuild the economy after the 2020 pandemic left more than 36 million people without a job. The National Issue Forum Guide “Back to Work” provides a safe and structured experience for participants that will last no longer than two hours.
Winthrop Rockefeller said, “Every citizen has the duty to be informed, to be thoughtfully concerned, and to participate in the search for solutions." As we look toward the long road to economic recovery and the lasting effects of COVID-19, make time to share your thoughts, listen to others, and participate in the search for solutions.
These dialogues are hosted by the Clinton School for Public Service and the Winthrop Rockefeller Institute, as part of the Kettering Foundation’s Partnership for Democratic Practices in Arkansas.
The Clinton School Speaker Series not only enhances the education of Clinton School students, but also provides a venue for the public to engage in intellectual discussions on the issues of the day.