…I learned something at this panel. I learned several things, in fact, at this Four Freedoms panel at Hartford Public Library last week.
The panelists were:
- Dr. Saud Anwar, co-chair of the American Muslim Peace Initiative and mayor of South Windsor
- Chris Allen-Doucot, co-founder of the Hartford Catholic Worker and an adjunct professor at Central Connecticut State University
- Dr. Reza Mansoor, founding president of the Muslim Coalition of Connecticut, and president of the Islamic Association of Greater Hartford (better known as the Berlin Mosque)
- James H. Smith, president of the Connecticut Council on Freedom of Information
Yes. I love listening to other perspectives — I shared something with each of the panelists, but differ on perspectives with each of them, as well.
I plan to listen as soon as I can get a little more caught up on my reading. And shopping.
I’m interested in the perspective. I listened to a little at the beginning but had to leave.
No worries. There won’t be a test.
Good…then I won’t feel guilty about squeezing in an episode of Better Call Saul first.
Totally understandable. And forgivable.
Yeah…and then just toss in another 4700 words from Nancy Ellen Abrams…which…well…see you over there…
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