Geneva Learners is a world affairs discussion group that meets every Friday morning at 10 a.m. to discuss a predetermined topic—the topics range from local, international, and everything in between. The group welcomes everyone and strives for diversity of opinion and respectful discussion. Topics are usually determined 1-2 days in advance of each meeting.
This event can be attended either in-person or through Zoom.
Topics this month include:
- September 1st: The Current Status Electric Vehicles, with guest speakers Tracey McFadden (Vice President of the Fox Valley Electric Auto Association) & Tom Coleman (Chapter Chair and Electric Vehicle Team Leader of Climate Reality Chicago Metro)
- September 8th: The Evolved State of the National Labor Relations Act
- September 15th: Guest Speaker: Nancy Hill, Community Development Director for the Village of South Elgin
- September 22nd: Is the U.S. Headed for Another Civil War?
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