Headlines these days are often about naming and renaming public buildings, and conflicts over school policies that contradict what parents want. If you’re a high school student interested in hashing out issues like these with older people who may feel differently, here’s your chance.

Philosophy Teaching and Learning Association (PLATO) and the University of Washington are co-sponsoring a special in-person, interactive discussion of issues like these for Seattle-area high school students and members of the UW Retirement Association.

This event is free, in-person, and interactive. Spots are limited and we encourage students to apply for what will no doubt be a lively 90-minute session. And don’t worry, no philosophy experience necessary!

  • When: Oct. 3, 2022, 5-6:30 pm PT
  • Where: In person at Kane Hall UW

Registration: https://events.uw.edu/event/20d522da-be0c-4874-ac9a-aaa540e8a261/summary

For more information, please contact Jana Mohr Lone at jana@plato-philosophy.org

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