From Gaza to the White House – can trust ever be rebuilt?

On Thursday, June 27 at 7:30 p.m. in the Newport Beach Civic Center Community Room, a global panel of journalists from the Pulitzer Prize-winning Christian Science Monitor will discuss “The Trust Factor: From America to the Middle East.”

No matter how deep the division – in a presidential election year or in the conflict in Gaza – trust is where solutions begin. Partisan side-taking is real, but it’s not the whole story. Christian Science Monitor journalists will discuss how the trusted news organization filters out manufactured distrust from the extremes to show how common ground in public thought is the basis for rebuilding trust.

This free event will include a robust audience Q&A.

Reservations are required, so email the name and contact information for each attendee to csmonitorevent@gmail.com.

Bringing global experience with the trust factor, the panel includes:

–Mark Sappenfield, editor in chief of the Christian Science Monitor, who has covered India and Afghanistan and is now based in Berlin.

–Marshall Ingwerson, former Christian Science Monitor editor in chief, who covered the White House and Russia, and now lives in Laguna Beach.

–Francine Kiefer, Los Angeles bureau chief, who covered the White House, Congress and Germany.

–Taylor Luck, based in Amman, Jordan, is the Christian Science Monitor’s Arab world correspondent.

Explore their work in the “Rebuilding Trust” project here.

This event is locally sponsored by the Christian Science Reading Room, located at 2436 West Coast Highway, Ste. 105, Newport Beach.

Newport Beach Civic Center Community Room is located at 100 Civic Center Drive, Newport Beach.


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