TAE Speaker Event

Featuring: Pete Peterson, Dean of Pepperdine University’s School of Public Policy
Topic: The Changing Complexion of California’s Democratic Party

Sunday, January 23, 2022, at 10:00 a.m.
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Meeting ID: 828 7019 5111

Long-considered monolithic in its policy and political positions, California’s Democratic Party (like most American political parties) is a coalition of interests. On a number of issues and through several recent election cycles, we’ve begun to see fissures in this alliance – mainly along class lines. Borrowing the framing of “wine and cheese Democrats vs. beer and pretzel Democrats”, Professor Peterson will explore how this lens introduces a new way to view California politics – now and into the future. Could the tectonic plates beneath California’s politics be shifting?Professor Peterson is not only the Dean of Pepperdine’s School of Public Policy. He also holds the Braun Family Dean’s Chair and is a Senior Fellow at the Davenport Institute for Public Engagement.

All are welcome to attend. Sponsored by Brotherhood.

While we are unable to provide our normal Sunday morning fare of lox, bagels, cream cheese and other tasty treats, we are working hard to provide stimulating and thought-provoking topics from a broad spectrum of speakers.  We hope you’ll find these Sunday morning speaker events thought-provoking, entertaining and worthwhile.  Future speakers include: Professor Brian Levin of CSU San Bernardino speaking on domestic terrorism (February 20); Dr. Rob Lempert of RAND on climate change and how today’s reality compares with past climate forecasts (March 13); a speaker from the Anti-Defamation League in a joint event with Sisterhood (April 10).

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Meeting ID: 828 7019 5111

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