POSTPONED: Civility in America

We have been notified that Larry Kudlow, the Director of the National Economic Council, will be leaving on a mission to China at the behest of the President at the same time as our Civility in America: Part 2 -- The Media event next Wednesday, May 2. As a result, we are postponing this event to next season. Ticket holders will be contacted by the box office.

A conversation on the polarization of American society, the importance of a free press, and the power of the media to build both walls and bridges between communities. 

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Featuring:
Larry Kudlow, Director, National Economic Council; Contributor, CNBC
Chris Matthews, Host, Hardball with Chris Matthews on MSNBC

Moderator:
Matt Malone, S.J., editor in chief of America magazine

Tickets (required): sheencenter.org/shows/media

WHEN:
Wednesday, May 2, 2018 | 7 p.m.

WHERE:
Sheen Center for Thought & Culture
18 Bleecker St.,
New York, N.Y. 10012

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