LEXINGTON, Ky.—The Henry Clay Center will hold a series of monthly online discussions entitled The Craft of Compromise that will focus on current issues related to our society.
The initial event, scheduled for 2-3 p.m. EST Thursday, Jan. 21, will be a discussion about the skills and values needed to solve problems in today’s political climate.
Future topics for the series will include racial injustice, the role of the military in foreign policy, and our economy: narrative vs. experience.
The Henry Clay Center is a bi-partisan, nonprofit organization that works with current and future leaders to honestly, critically, and intelligently reflect on matters of national significance, debate the merits of those issues, and ultimately find the strength of character needed to arrive at a compromise and solve the problems that hinder America’s process of continual improvement for all Americans.
More information about the center can be found at https://henryclaycenter.org/.
To participate in the event, visit https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCPxkXS0fPyy7YIqHk8HoVQ. Questions may be submitted in advance to [email protected].