Hosting Conversations about Questions that Matter
You are invited to join the national conversation “experiment” on Poverty and Wealth in America, now underway…
Through the end of October, the Conversation Collaborative is hosting a “deconstructed World Café” on the theme of “Poverty and Wealth in America,” in partnership with the National Dialogue Network.
A focus on the connection between race, poverty and wealth has emerged out of Round One, which has already taken place. Round Two runs from 10/6-10/15. A third round will run from 10/16-10/31, and will most likely continue to explore the race theme. Note that part of the experiment is that participants can come in at any time, so it's fine if you missed round One.
Here is the Round Two question:
How might an exploration of the relationship between race, poverty and wealth in America help us to examine our own beliefs, understand those of others and discover new possibilities together?
The dialogue is also taking place via interactive conference calls on 10/12, 10/29 and 10/31, in addition to our online venue using the "hackpad" platform.
You are also invited to convene your own small group live (either in person or virtually) or on one of our "hackpads." Click here to learn more and get started now.
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