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27
Jan
Date:
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM, January 27, 2021
Location:
Online
Categories:
Campus Life, Virtual, Community

Join Dr. Terri Easley-Giraldo, professor of Communication Studies, to explore ways to communicate respectfully and meaningfully in today's world.


With an incredibly polarized American society, disagreements can often lead to uncivil conversations and arguments. It is important to recognize people will not always agree with each other, but can still communicate respectfully and meaningfully.

The remaining schedule for the series (subject to change):

  • Feb. 3: JCCC Travelers: Hidden Gems in the Americas (Colombia, Canada, Jamaica)
  • Feb. 17: JCCC Travelers: Hidden Gems in Europe (France, Switzerland, Germany)
  • Feb. 24: Don't Abandon Hope, Ye Who Enter Here: Finding Courage in Climate Crises
  • March 3: JCCC Travelers: Hidden Gems in Asia (Japan, Pakistan, India)
  • March 24: International Student Panel
  • April 7: JCCC Travelers: Hidden Gems in the Americas (Brazil, Mexico, Peru)
  • April 21: JCCC Travelers: Hidden Gems in Europe (Iceland, Russia, Albania)

For more details, visit jccc.edu/exploretheworld.