All Newton high school students are invited to come together for a LISTEN (Let’s Inspire Students to Empower Newton) Event this Wednesday, April 26, from 4 to 6PM in the Newton North Cafeteria. The event will be a night of learning to listen to one another during a time of tense political opposition. What do you do when you meet someone with radically oppositional ideas? How do you build new friendships and keep old ones? Come to this Newton Youth Commission-sponsored, student-led workshop to learn how to listen with empathy, build lasting bridges, and find common ground with your peers during these challenging political times. The workshop offers a welcoming environment for all, and food will be served. Contact Quinn Etchie, Youth Services Director, for more information at email@example.com or 617-796-1436.
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