Frenemies: How to Interact with Those We Love but Disagree With
Come hear Berny Jacques and Geston Pierre Speak on their Friendship
Friends since middle school, Berny Jacques and Geston Pierre are both children of Haitian political refugees who fled political instability that put their families at risk. Despite their shared family immigration story, they clash on just about everything to do with social and political issues in the U.S. Join Berny and Geston as they show us how people who profoundly disagree can maintain beautiful "frenemy-ships" through love, respect, honesty, and humor.
This event will take place Thursday, October 7 at 7 p.m. in the Yehl Alumni Room and is part of the Reinventing Right Now series organized by CHESS.