In light of the recent tragedy in Charleston, South Carolina, what can each of us do to ease racial tensions in our communities and/or at the national level? What can be done (practically and realistically) at various scales–within our families, within our communities, or nationwide– to make it easier for us to talk about race, to build bridges, to have more patience, to have more tolerance and understanding?
This online event is not a presentation, rather it is space for each of us in the dialogue community to discuss these questions in breakout groups of 3-5 people. You can dial in by phone or by computer, and sharing your webcam video is optional. (60 minutes)