Sacramento Public Library is excited about its thought-provoking series, Let’s Talk About, which is designed to engage the local community in the lost art of conversation.
Think of it as a meetup — for your mind.
The series addresses topics we often shy away from discussing, which could be as simple as an examination of a divergent way of thinking or as complicated as tackling the controversies we see in the news.
Join us as an observer or a thoughtful contributor. The event is yours and we promise to provide a respectful environment for you to discover, learn and grow.
- Nov. 19, 2017 at 1 p.m. — Suicide
- March 2018 — Bias (tentative)
- May 2018 — Arts & culture (tentative)
- July 2018 — Guns (tentative)
- September 2018 — Bullying (tentative)
- October 2018 — Voting (tentative)
Have an idea for a future discussion? Send us an email. We’d like to hear your thoughts.
DON’T MISS A CONVERSATION
Join our Authors & Speakers email list to stay informed about the Let’s Talk About series as well as other author events and discussions.
PREVIOUS LET’S TALK ABOUT EVENTS
- Race & racism with Ginger Rutland and Dia Penning (Feb. 28, 2016)
- Death & dying with Caitlin Doughty (May 15, 2016)
- Voting with the Project for an Informed Electorate (Sept. 28, 2016)
- Immigration with Firoozeh Dumas (March 7, 2017)
- Gender with Dr. Gayle Pitman and Rachael Hudson (June 11, 2017)
All Let's Talk About events are filmed for those who are unable to make the event. Seating space is provided for those who wish not to be filmed.