Live Oxford Debate: "Economic inequality is unjust and harmful."

"The NYC Political Forum"
"The NYC Political Forum"
Public group


27 E 28th St · New York, ny

How to find us

We'll be meeting on the THIRD FLOOR. Please use the entrance on 28th Street. When checking in at the lobby, please reference Emma Osbourne as the host, as she is our WeWork point of contact.

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Come watch a live debate on the contentious topic of "Economic Inequality."

Justin ( and Karina ( will team up against Chuck ( and Rob ( to engage in a civil and thoughtful debate on this topic.

Here's the final debate resolution:
"Economic inequality is unjust and harmful."

The debate will be in an "Oxford-style" format (

The event schedule:

6:00 -- doors open
6:15 -- introduction by the moderator
6:30 to 8:00 -- the debate!
8:00 to 8:15 -- event wrap-up

PLEASE NOTE: due to the limited seating arrangements, there will only be thirty seats available, on a first-come basis. The remaining attendees will be accommodated via "standing-room" only. Therefore, an on-time arrival is strongly recommended.

IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: The NYCPF is a nonpartisan organization. As such, we do not promote or advocate on behalf of any particular issues or causes. Rather, our aim is to foster independent, critical thinking by exchange of views with the highest level of intellectual rigor.


If you wish to participate in the future debates, please contact one of the Organizers directly.

Previous Debate Nights @ WeWork:

▨ May 22, 2019: "The Democratic Party has moved too far left." (

▨ April 24, 2019: ""Capitalism is the most morally superior political and social system." (

▨ March 6, 2019: "The regulation of Free Speech creates a more 'civil' society." (

▨ Jan 18, 2019: "Affirmative action is necessary to redress past racial injustices." (

▨ Nov. 30, 2018: "On balance, illegal immigrants are a 'net positive' to society." (