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February 16th 2017:Why Are Men Really Afraid of Each Other and What Can We Do About It? A conversation with Inner Revolutionary Men.

Have you noticed how few men have really close male friendships. And if they do they're usually drinking or sports "buddies." Why is that? What keeps men from connecting with one another in a real way? Join us as men from the men's group Inner Revolutionary Men explore this topic together. We'll share the outcome of our recent retreat "Crush or Build: A Workshop for Men Who Want to Use Our Power for the Good." What happened in our lives that caused us to feel men weren't safe to connect to? And what happens in our socialization that reinforces that message? Finally, what can we do to undo all

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