The coronavirus has already created sudden and intense change to many of our lives...and to our collective work. It’s going to continue to intensify in the weeks and months ahead.
Major and sudden change often produces great uncertainty, anxiety, and fear, but it can also create opportunities.
We sincerely hope you’re doing the best you can under the circumstances -- physically, mentally and emotionally. While physical distancing at the moment is critical, we need more than ever to come together socially for support. Social isolation is not an option. We need to collectively address fears and concerns of our uncertain future.
We know you deeply care about others, your community, the world and democracy. If you didn’t, you wouldn’t be on our list.
The participatory call will be a space to share your own feelings and concerns (if you care to), but also to listen, reflect and strategize on the future in general and MTA’s future direction in particular in these uncertain times. This includes opportunities to rethink how we relate to one another and to envision the kind of democratic institutions that can be genuinely supportive and accountable to all -- which, honestly, we have never had in this country.
Tuesday, April 28
2:30pm Hawaii / 4:30pm Alaska / 5:30pm Pacific / 6:30pm Mountain / 7:30pm Central / 8:30pm Eastern
We hope you’ll join us!