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The College of Complexes is a weekly free speech forum on social issues and current events, which meets every Saturday evening at 6:00 PM on Zoom:


A guest speaker makes a presentation on a topic, such as a solution to one of the world's problems, followed by questions from the audience, and then a rebuttal/remarks period in which all in attendance can speak for 5 minutes at the podium. Meets conclude at 9:00 PM.

The only rule is that we listen to only "One Fool at a Time." Established in 1951, the college claims to be "The Playground for People Who Think." No membership is maintained, and is volunteer operated. Information on Upcoming Programs/Topics at: http://www.collegeofcomplexes.org For more information, or to schedule a speaking date, contact the Program Coordinator Charles Paidock at: cpaidock@hotmail.com (312) 842-5036, (312) 714-7790 cell.

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How to Combat and Deal with Disruptions/Disinformation at School Board Meetings

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May 28th
How to Combat and Deal with Disruptive Audiences & Disinformation at School Board Meetings (concerning anti-vaccination, anti-masking and critical race theory (CRT)
Meeting # 3,668 - Joyce Slavik and Jim McGrath of NWSOFA


“All are invited to attend and learn / contribute what is happening locally / across Illinois and nationally.

There is an organized effort to spread disinformation, we need to understand who is sponsoring the disinformation, and how to stop it. This is hand-to-hand combat as these conservative activists are trying to create local unsafe school anti-masking, anti-vaccination, racist policies, unseat duly elected representatives and disrupt our local school board meetings, Learn what we can do to level the playing field!”

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Health Disparities through the Lens of Long Covid

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