PRESCOTT VALLEY – Want to share your opinions and thoughts with other community members on local and national topics that matter? The FRANK Talks program at the library provides this experience, facilitated by a humanities scholar/expert on the topic.
FRANK Talks engages participants with important issues and provides the opportunity to put them in context, weigh facts, and consider different points of view. The goal of FRANK Talks is to inspire people to practice the skills of citizenship- to listen respectfully and engage thoughtfully face-to-face with other community members.
Join us at the Prescott Valley Public Library in September for the library’s second FRANK Talks program, which will examine national security and civil liberties at the border. The topic will be Securing the Borders and Stopping Terrorism: A Constitutional Framework facilitated by Dr. T.J. Davis, Arizona State University, School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies.
FRANK Talks is produced in partnership with Arizona Humanities and the Arizona State Library, Archives & Public Records.IF YOU GO:
Date: Friday, September 15th, 2017
Location: Prescott Valley Public Library at 7401 E. Civic Cirlce, 3rd Floor Crystal Room
Price: Free, no registration is required
Questions: Call 928-759-3040