Let's Talk: Communicating Across Political Divides

Join No Space for Hate for the next installment of Let’s Talk, community education workshops to address topics of discrimination. How do we have difficult conversations with people with whom we disagree on these issues? Together, we’ll explore civil discourse in uncivil times.

Dr. Kevin Deegan-Krause, Associate Professor of Political Science at Wayne State University, and Sarah Eisenberg, LMSW and Women’s March Michigan Organizer, will lead a community discussion on how to communicate across political divides. Whether you want to engage with your community through activism or just with your friends and family for stronger connections, we’ll empower you with skills for identifying values, confronting your own bias, avoiding being defensive, listening to understand, and more.

The program will begin promptly at 7 PM. Please arrive early to register and learn more about No Space for Hate and our collaborating groups.

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June 20 •  7 PM • Huntington Woods Library  


Our next Let’s Talk workshop will be discussing consent and bodily autonomy, featuring Haven and the Michigan Network of Bi, Trans, Lesbian, Gay and Queer Survivors of Abuse.

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Local designer and activist Mallory McMorrow of Ginger Haus created our new logo as part of her 48 Month Project, a design campaign to fundraise for progressive organizations. No Space for Hate items will be available on the Ginger Haus shop in June.

We love that our new logo leaves no space for hate, but room to breathe.