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Q COMMONS NEW YORK CITY

FEBRUARY 26, 2015 | 7:00 P.M. - 9:00 P.M.

Register now below or at qcommons.com

Join with 10,000 participants across 75+ cities to enjoy an evening of vision, learning and engagement on the cultural issues and topics that matter most. On Thursday, February 26, Malcolm Gladwell (New York Times Bestselling Author), Soledad O'Brien (Broadcast Journalist), and Mark Burnett (Emmy Winning Television Producer) will educate us via global broadcast alongside three locally curated LIVE 9-minute Q Talks. 

Featuring talks from:

MALCOLM GLADWELL NY Times Bestselling Author "Legitimacy"

MALCOLM GLADWELL
NY Times Bestselling Author
"Legitimacy"

SOLEDAD O'BRIEN Broadcast Journalist "Race in America"

SOLEDAD O'BRIEN
Broadcast Journalist
"Race in America"

MARK BURNETT Television Producer "Virtue in Entertainment"

MARK BURNETT
Television Producer
"Virtue in Entertainment"

CATHERINE HOKE Defy Ventures "Redemptive Entrepreneurism"

CATHERINE HOKE
Defy Ventures
"Redemptive Entrepreneurism"

LINDA SARSOUR The Micah Institute "Peaceful Activism"

LINDA SARSOUR
The Micah Institute
"Peaceful Activism"

JONATHAN KELLER Urban Planner "Be A Neighbor"

JONATHAN KELLER
Urban Planner
"Be A Neighbor"

About Q

Q was birthed out of Gabe Lyons’ vision to see Christians recover a vision for their historic responsibility to renew and restore cultures. In a culture where Christians are known more by what they are against than what they are for, Q educates people to stay curious, think well and advance good. Inspired by Chuck Colson’s statement, “Christians are called to redeem entire cultures, not just individuals,” Gabe set out to reintroduce Christians to what had seemed missing in recent decades from an American expression of Christian faithfulness; valuing both personal and cultural renewal, not one over the other. Re-educating Christians to this orthodox and unifying concept has become central to the vision of Q. For more information visit QIdeas.org/about.