Global Community Evening of Dialogue, creates a free and open to the public TED Talk-style forum engaging all aspects of our community to participate in active listening that challenges traditional thinking, stimulates questions, and depends the understanding of global topics that confront Utah.
Speakers include Kim Buhler, a Vietnamese refugee who now owns a local law addressing immigration cases and Pam Perlich, a local economist who address the fact that the Salt Lake Valley is becoming a minority-majority community and available services need to change to meet the need of our new community. The featured speaker is Emmanuel Jal who through his message of awareness and educations sheds light on war, genocide, and social injustices and how that impacts education everywhere.
6:30-7:30 Kim Buhler & Pam Perlich, presentations 7:30-8:00 Question & Answers 8:00-8:15 Break 8:15-9:00 Emmanuel Jal's performance 9:00-10:00 Reception in the common's area
A big thank you to Rowland Hall St. Marks & Utah Division of Arts and Museum: This project is supported in part by the Utah Arts & Museums, with funding from the State of Utah and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Rowland Hall Middle School (View)
970 East 800 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84108