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Two Ways to Watch “Our Tribal Nature: Tribalism, Politics, and Evolution”

If you are in New York, the best way to join us for “Our Tribal Nature: Tribalism, Politics, and Evolution” is to purchase one of the few remaining tickets and watch it live at the Morgan Library. The reception is at 5 pm and the symposium begins at 6 pm.

If you can’t make it in person, you can watch via livestream on our YouTube channel or Facebook page!

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2 responses to “Two Ways to Watch “Our Tribal Nature: Tribalism, Politics, and Evolution””

  1. Robert Bryan says:

    There is no sound for those on the website or the youtube site !

    • Meredith Johnson says:

      We apologize for the technical difficulties with the streaming video. The sound issues resolve at around 10 minutes in.

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