Politics isn’t all rainbows and butterflies and voters don’t expect their elected officials to say everything with flowers. But is it too much to ask the political class to share their views and make their points with civility and a focus on persuasion? Alexandra Hudson will lead a (polite) discussion about the need for thoughtful discourse in public policy. Hudson, founder of Civic Renaissance and author of the new book “The Soul of Civility,” is a widely recognized authority on the uses and abuses of correct deportment, with a clear focus on how to build civil and constructive public dialogue.
Join us for a thoughtful discussion and unique opportunity to network with freedom-minded folks.
Alexandra Hudson is a writer, popular speaker, and the founder of Civic Renaissance, a publication and intellectual community dedicated to beauty, goodness and truth. She was named the 2020 Novak Journalism Fellow, and contributes to Fox News, CBS News, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, TIME Magazine, POLITICO Magazine, and Newsweek. She earned a master's degree in public policy at the London School of Economics as a Rotary Scholar, and is an adjunct professor at the Indiana University Lilly School of Philanthropy.