Join us to explore Radical Humanist Enlightenment
In these dark times for humanity, educator and talk show host John Bredin (Public Voice Salon), offers a hopeful vision for change rooted in Enlightenment values.
In particular, Bredin advocates for a radical transformation in both our education system and popular culture--currently submerged in a state of corporatized mediocrity--into sources of humanistic renewal.
Along with his wealth of experience as a humanistic educator and media pioneer, Bredin has biographical links to the great humanistic writer and pacifist Leo Tolstoy, and to the history of American cinema and theater: connections he draws upon in his work.
Having been deeply influenced by the dialogical wisdom of Martin Buber, Bredin hopes his talk will be the catalyst for an engaging, thought-provoking, and maybe even transformative dialogue.