Please Tell Us More About You!

Each episode of the Tell Me More... podcast invites people from diverse walks of life to sit down together to discuss their different perspectives on politics and social issues - and to do so with the courage to be respectful, inquisitive, and vulnerable in ways that are too often missing in civic affairs.

We are looking for guests who are diverse in opinion as well as by age, gender, race, politics, locale, experience, and more - and united in a desire for a respectful and meaningful conversation together.

Once you've completed this application, Matt Lehrman (producer & host) will be in touch to schedule a 20-minute interview, via Zoom, to discuss your interest and answer any questions.

The podcast is recorded via Zoom, so participants can be located anywhere around the world.  For more information visit https://socialprosperity.us/tell-me-more-podcast

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* 1. Please tell us about YOU:

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* 2. Who is your employer and what is your job title?  (This is a screening question only; neither your employer nor your position need be mentioned in the podcast.)

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* 3. Does the nature of your employment, currently or within the last 3 years, involve practicing law and/or being a professional lobbyist, advocate, or public relations representative on behalf of any political party, association, or cause?

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* 4. To help convene a conversation grounded in principles of equity, diversity, and inclusion, please share something about how you self-identify  (i.e., race, ethnicity, age, gender, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, economic status, etc.).

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* 5. Please describe yourself politically.  (i.e., progressive, conservative, independent, libertarian, etc.)

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* 6. What are one or more current political topics or social issues about which you would be especially interested to discuss?

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* 7. For any one of the topics named in the prior question, please make a strong & specific statement about some core principle or deeply-held position you'd be interested to bring to a conversation. (40-word maximum, please.)

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* 8. For the topic you addressed in Question 7, what different or opposing position might someone else bring that would prompt a meaningful conversation?

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* 9. How do you prefer to connect on Social Media?

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