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Q Commons Sacramento
Thursday October 26 saw over 25,000 leaders gather in 150 locations nationally and globally. In Sacramento, over 200 leaders gathered at the Sacramento State Harper Alumni Center to hear from national and local speakers on the theme of Healing Our Divided Nation. Brett McCracken's clear message on cutting through the fake news noise using the "wisdom pyramid" set up an interview with local journalist and teacher Karl Grubaugh. Link2Lift founder Sheri Lozano closed the night with a talk on collaboration as the focus shifted to how we could "advance good", Nationally, you can join the "Up to Us" pledge which is a commitment to lead a better conversation in your here and now situation.
Q Commons Meet Ups
Come join us for a Q Commons meet up to discuss topics, take aways, questions or applications from your participation in Q Commons Sacramento. Registration is limited to 20, so come expecting to get in great conversation with others who are committed to staying curious, thinking well and advancing good. Didn't make it to Q Commons? Come and listen in and learn. We'll meet at Insight Coffee Roasters - 1615 16th Street, Sacramento. All are from 4:30-5:45pm.
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