Just as Jacqueline Novogratz’s groundbreaking new book, Manifesto for a Moral Revolution: Practices to Build a Better World, makes its way to readers, a series of major social and health crises have thrown into sharp relief the gaping wounds of our era, from a broken health system to climate change and skyrocketing inequality and growing divisiveness. Our inadequate systems and institutions are slumping beneath a host of modern crises. Most urgently, moral leaders are proving a scarce commodity. In America and across the world, an anxious public is hungry for clear, conscientious guidance. The stakes are higher than ever.
Please join Jewish Women’s Fund of Atlanta for a conversation with Jacqueline and Media Executive Pat Mitchell about the how we might use this moment of extreme uncertainty to reimagine our institutions and enact a moral revolution – a revolution of character, moral imagination, moral courage, and leadership that acts for the benefit of all of us.
Manifesto for a Moral Revolution is currently available for purchase wherever books are sold in the United States. To learn more about the book, upcoming events, and Acumen’s online course that accompanies the book, as well as to sign up for Acumen’s newsletter, please visit acumen.org/moralrevolution.
Who better to interview Jacqueline than Pat Mitchell, groundbreaking media icon, global advocate for women’s rights, and co-founder and curator of TEDWomen? Raised in a small town in Georgia with no money or connections, Pat went on to become a consummate media game-changer. She was the first woman president of PBS and of CNN productions, and also a visionary, award-winning TV and film producer, fully engaged on the front lines of cultural change.
This conversation is presented in partnership with Jewish Women’s Foundation of Broward County, Jewish Women’s Foundation of the Greater Palm Beaches, and NCJW Atlanta.+ More... - Less...