7:00 pm, Wednesday
June 1, 2016
Doors Open at 6:30
The Tau Center
Wheaton Franciscan Sisters/Marion Joy
26W171 Roosevelt Road, Wheaton, IL
(FOLLOW SIGNS TO ENTRANCE #5)
We will discuss the historic timeline of social interactions among cultures in contact, and the social contracts and accepted social conventions that result. Aspects of linear and cyclical transitions of civil attitudes will be addressed. The phenomena and impact of governmental policy; by executive order, congressional legislation or Supreme Court decisions will be covered. Watershed moments lost in history will be focused upon, to include the U.S. Civil War postscript. Solutions in education will be suggested, in consideration of identifying a social pathology in order to cure the civil disease.
Presenter: Frank Flores, Jr., a graduate of Roosevelt University in Chicago, where he received his bachelor’s in History with a minor in Political Science. He is currently CEO of Development Research & Analysis. Formerly, Frank was CEO of Immigration Solidarity DuPage, where community education and issues of due process for immigrants were his focus. Frank has been a social organizer, as well as a wilderness instructor with Vision Quest National. Frank served his country as an Army Ranger. Frank is currently writing a book entitled, The Hidden Circle: Kryptos Kuklos, which contains some of the information he will be sharing with the Coffeehouse audience.
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regularly and respectfully share their dreams and concerns about our
community and how we can improve it for generations to come.
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