Please join the PLDIC’s Community Building Committee for the second installment of the “Brave Space/Self-Care” series on September 20 from 12-1 p.m. In this session, we will discuss the Supreme Court’s recent decision in 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis in which the Court held that the First Amendment prohibits Colorado from forcing a website designer to create expressive designs speaking messages with which the designer disagrees – i.e. the website designer could not be forced to create a wedding website for a gay couple.
This conversation will be facilitated by Eckert Seamans’ Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Director Danielle Mundekis, who will lead us through dialogue surrounding questions submitted in advance of the session, as well as those asked during our time together. This forum is intended to provide open and honest thought exchange, and as a result, engage us in challenging and thoughtful discourse where best-intent is the prevailing assumption, and learning and understanding is the desired outcome. While we welcome differences in opinion, there will be no room for language or ideology that is rooted in hate or harm. We encourage anyone who wishes to participate in this series to join us at Eckert Seamans to grapple with what promises to be a thought-provoking dialogue.