What Matters Now Hamilton podcast

On Monday, November 4, we had a great discussion in Hamilton about what matters now.

Good news if you missed it: the video podcast is now available.

You will be surprised how people changed their opinions from the start of the evening to the end. If you have follow-up questions or opinions, why not leave a comment here, or tweet us using the hashtag #whatmattersnow?

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