Donna Hicks has spent nearly two decades in the field of international conflict resolution, facilitating dialogue in the Middle East, Sri Lanka, Colombia, Cuba, and Northern Ireland. “It took nearly 20 years of working as an international conflict resolution specialist to crystallize my thinking about what dignity is,” says Hicks, calling it a motivating force behind all human interaction. When dignity is violated, she says, the response is likely to involve aggression—even violence, hatred, and vengeance. On the other hand, when people treat one another with dignity, they become more connected and are able to create more meaningful relationships. Archbishop Tutu called her book, Dignity, “a must read for those who want to experience peace in their everyday lives and peace in the world around them.”
Tuesday Feb. 19, 2013
12 Noon -- 2 PM
8 Park Street, Boston
Graduates of classes 2008-2012 with advance reservation: $35
Graduates of classes prior to 2008 and guests with advance reservation: $40
After Friday, Feb. 15, 2013, if space available: $45
Cancellations will be accepted until Friday, Feb. 15, 2013.
Seats are limited, so please respond by Feb. 15, 2013.
For reservations, mail checks to:
9 Forest Edge
Plymouth, MA 02360
Make checks payable to the College Luncheon Series
and please indicate on your check your college affiliation.
You will not receive a ticket in the mail; your name will be on an admission list at the door.