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Courageous Conversations’ Fall, 2021 Season Returns September 8th

Courageous Conversations’ Fall, 2021 Season Returns September 8th

Season Passes are available NOW for all four Fall 2021 sessions of Barrington’s Courageous Conversations! You don’t want to miss the speakers they’ve lined up this fall to help us build greater inclusion and belonging in our community.

Click here to purchase your Season Passes today!

Join hosts Rev. Dr. Zina Jacque and Jessica Green for the Fall 2021 Season starting on Wednesday, September 8th. Sessions take place on the second Wednesdays of the month from 7-9pm CT, September through December 2021. Events will take place in person at Barrington’s White House with a virtual offering for remote guests! Support the series and save time for yourself by registering once for all 4 sessions!

Click here to purchase your Season Passes today!

ASL interpreting available upon request. Please contact Barrington’s White House.


Here are past articles for our takeaways from the 2020-2021 season of Courageous Conversations:

Courageous Conversations is presented by Urban Consulate and Barrington’s White House and made possible by your ticket purchase and generous support from Barrington Area Community Foundation, BMO Wealth Management, Jessica & Dominic Green, Kim Duchossois, Tyler & Danielle Lenczuk, Cobey & Erich Struckmeyer, Young Chung, Susan & Rich Padula, Carol & David Nelson, Dennis Barsema, Julie Kanak & Mike Rigali. To learn more and listen to the podcast, visit

Photos from Courageous Conversations at Barrington’s White House by Linda Barrett.

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