Peace House Promotes A Moral Agenda for America

Peace House Director Nathaniel Batchelder has developed a presentation entitled “A Moral Agenda for America” that seeks to find common ground between groups and build a consensus for human-focused and sustainable government policy at the local, state and national levels.

It is a non-partisan program suitable for any organization or group of people interested in public education and political advocacy on a host of issues, including the environment, health care, the economy, national security and more. It is particularly relevant as we enter the 2016 electoral season, as the opportunity exists to replace a large percentage of elected representatives, if we find they are not voting in ways that align with the “moral agenda” that we, the voters, have adopted.

Numerous groups have hosted the presentation, including the First Unitarian Church,    and the Democratic Party of Oklahoma County.

If your group would like to host the presentation, or get more info, call the Peace House at (405) 524-5577.

Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma County Democratic Party.