Dinner & Dialogue: Freedom to Petition
In the midst of a pandemic, political division, and social upheaval, we are being challenged to examine what it means to live as a civil society. How do you understand freedom from your own religious and/or philosophical perspective? Each month we will explore and discuss one of the five basic freedoms found in the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
April’s conversation invites participants to explore the questions and significance regarding the freedom to petition the government to correct grievances.
The event is free. We ask folks to RSVP by emailing their interest along with their religious or philosophical identity or background to help us plan for numbers and create diverse groups for conversation.
To RSVP for the event link and learn more about the Dinner & Dialogue series visit go.uvm.edu/dinneranddialogue
Dinner & Dialogue is an annual, six-part series that invites students, staff, faculty, and members of the greater Burlington community to explore our own core values in conversation with others.