6th Annual Inver Hills Marijuana Forum

Sponsored by Inver Hills Sociology Department and Sociology Club

The Sociology department and Sociology Club at Inver Hills Community College hosted the 6th Annual Inver Hills Marijuana Forum Friday, April 20, 2018, in Heritage Hall Room 203. Town Square Television filmed the forum before a live audience of students, staff, faculty and community members. The program will air soon on the network.

Dave Berger, Inver Hills sociology faculty, reported that his students were involved in all aspects of the forum’s production.

“The forum was fantastic,” Dave said. “Our panel of four speakers did a great job. I am so proud of my students. They did a wonderful job producing this show.”

Dave added that the program’s format was not a debate, but rather a forum to present a variety of different views on the topic of marijuana, medical cannabis and related legal aspects. “We find that providing indirect questions allows for a more respectful and safe environment,” he said. “You can watch the entire forum on YouTube and Vimeo.

Marijuana Forum panelists

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Megan Thompson

Operations Supervisor
Office of Medical Cannabis
Minnesota Department of Health

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Gunnar Aas

Secretary
Sensible Minnesota
Nonprofit corporation promoting expansion of medical cannabis in Minnesota

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Pat Bradley

Deputy Director
Minnesota NORML
National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws

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Tim Davis

Co-founder
Minnesota Grassroots Party

Click image below for forum photo album on Inver Flickr:

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UPCOMING EVENT

WHAT: 5th Annual Life Raft Debate

WHEN: September 2018

WHERE: Fine Arts Theatre
Inver Hills Community College
2500 80th Street East
Inver Grove Heights, MN 55076

Everyone welcome; open to the public.

For debate details, contact Dave Berger.

Previous forum links:

“Collegiate Leadership in the 21st Century” on Inver Hills News
“Collegiate Leadership in the 21st Century” on Town Square TV

“Applying a Business Model to Public Higher Education” on Inver Hills News
“Applying a Business Model to Public Higher Education” on YouTube

To learn more about the 6th Annual Marijuana Forum, the Sociology department and the upcoming 5th Annual Life Raft Debate at Inver Hills, contact:

Dave Berger
Sociology Faculty
651-450-3545

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