Ben Affleck: My ‘Search For Humility’ Means ‘I Have To Recognize That We Have Our Own Governance Issues In This Country Before We Cast Aspersions On The Governance Of Others’

Ben Affleck: My ‘Search For Humility’ Means ‘I Have To Recognize That We Have Our Own Governance Issues In This Country Before We Cast Aspersions On The Governance Of Others’


Speaking at The Sedona Forum, where he appeared virtually with former Arizona GOP senator Jeff Flake, Democratic congresswoman Karen Bass of California, and the late senator John McCain’s wife Cindy McCain, actor Ben Affleck insisted his own “search for humility” forced him “to recognize that we have our own governance issues in this country before we cast aspersions on the governance of others.” He also stated “the countries that are run primarily by women, societies that are run by women tend to prosper more. ”

The title of the discussion for the panel was “Africa: Innovation, Investment, and Opportunity.”

Affleck was prompted by Flake, who asked, “What are you advocating for, both in the Congo and elsewhere?”

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Affleck answered:

One of the things that I’m advocating, most broadly, is to develop a different perception of Africa. If you have any real value in terms of being able to use a microphone or loudspeaker and project to a large group of people, it’s to

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