Conversation on "Respect" at Hunter College (Host: Ron Gross, Socrates Salon)

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Hunter College Faculty Dining Room

8th Floor West Building, Hunter College, E. 68th St and Lexington Ave · New York, NY

How to find us

Hunter College, 695 Park Avenue, Entrance at the intersection of Lexington Ave. and 68th St. Faculty/Staff Dining Room, 8th floor Please see Directions at end.

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(Register free: www.eventbrite.com/e/how-can-we-revive-respect-tickets[masked] )

"How Can We Revive RESPECT?"

(TED Talk introduction - "Why Being Respectful is Good for Business" https://youtu.be/YY1ERM-NIBY by Christine Porath.)

"Have you experienced or observed any of these declines in RESPECT ---- and wished something could be done to remedy them?

· In personal relationships, abusive behavior ranging from micro-aggressions to sexual harassment
exposed by the #MeToo movement.
· In political discourse, where adversaries deride, insult, and humiliate their opponents.
· In the ways some people treat others who “identify” differently.
· In our treatment of our environment – from our neighborhoods to our planet.
· In “trolling” and other offensive behavior in Cyberspace.

Please come to share your experiences, knowledge, and insights!

REGISTRATION LINK, DIRECTIONS AND DETAILS: #6 train to 68th and Lex., or F to 63rd and Lex.

We gather at 6:00 for socializing, bonus hand-outs, etc. to start at 6:15 sharp please. Bring Your Own Food and Drink if You Like. Take-Out Can Be Purchased on the 3rd floor."

To assure your place & receive updates, please register free with one click at: www.eventbrite.com/e/how-can-we-revive-respect-tickets[masked]

Ronald Gross
Co-chair, University Seminar on Innovation
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
http://universityseminars.columbia.edu/[masked] (E-mail preferred)
E-MAIL: [masked]

WEBSITES:
http://www.SocratesWay.com
http://www.ConversationsNewYork.com
http://www.OlderBetterWiser.com
http://www.RonaldGross.com

(This event is free. Typically, 30-40 attend & form small groups of 7-8.)