“Red Mom + Blue Mom” comes to Tripp Theater Nov. 15 | Linn-Benton Community College

“Red Mom + Blue Mom” comes to Tripp Theater Nov. 15


Caitlin Quatromani and Lauran Arledge, friends and professional working moms who are on opposite sides of the political spectrum, bring their ground-breaking “Red Mom + Blue Mom” talk to Linn-Benton Community College Thursday, November 15.

In the vast sea of American politics, generosity characterizes this pair of political junkies who come from opposite sides of our national politics. One conservative, one liberal, Quatromani and Arledge learned how to have an open political dialogue while building a strong friendship.

Cosponsored by the LBCC Civil Discourse Club and The Village Square’s Respect + Rebellion project, the talk will be held from 1 to 2 p.m. at LBCC’s Russell Tripp Performance Center, 6500 SW Pacific Blvd, Albany. A reception will follow the event in the theater lobby.

Quatromani and Arledge’s story began around the kiddie pool in their neighborhood, and grew into a deep and resilient friendship. The pair will share their strategy to help create a learning, engaging and accepting political environment through engaging in open and honest conversation, rather than argument and debate.

Their talk at LBCC “We Can Do Better! The Power of Using Dialogue in Our Relationships, Communities, and As a Country,” will shed light on our ability to focus on open dialog where we can disagree without anger with those who disagree with us.

The event is free and open to the public. For more information, visit: https://ttvs.org/lbcc-Nov-15

For special needs or accommodations, contact the LBCC Disability Coordinator at (541) 917-4789 or via Oregon Telecommunications Relay TTD at (800) 735-2900 or (800) 735-1232 at least 72 hours prior to the event.

About Linn-Benton Community College: More than 19,000 students rely on Linn-Benton Community College each year for higher education including career technical education, transfer degree programs, professional development, corporate training, small business development, community education classes and more. Serving the mid-Willamette Valley with six locations including its fully comprehensive campus, LBCC partners with multiple business and industries to enrich the community and support economic growth. LBCC students choose from more than 80 programs and go on to be tomorrow’s innovators, leaders, skilled workers and community builders.