Canada: Social Action and Public Discourse Course Spurs Discussions with Fellow Writers over Coffee

Jaellayna Palmer, a Bahá’í living in Ayr, Ontario, Canada, shared this while taking the Wilmette Institute course on Social Action and Public Discourse:

I’m . . . thinking about inviting a few of my “peers” from various communities around here to join me for coffee every two weeks at a cafe in between us all. We could read ahead (my preferred method for study anyway) and then discuss the questions over a couple of mugs of coffee. By “peers” I mean Bahá’ís interested in public discourse through written media as well as personal conversation. We’re writers, bloggers, columnists—actual or potential.