Organize an Intergroup Dialogue
The information in this section was developed as a part of Sandy Heierbacher's 1998-99 National Service Fellowship and was designed for use by national service programs (AmeriCorps, VISTA, etc.). All of the information presented here, however, can also be used by schools, colleges, churches, businesses, and others.
Although this information was developed to help people organize intergroup dialogues on race and racism, the material can be adapted to suit any topic that is difficult to talk about openly and honestly (police/community relations, September 11, youth violence, etc.).
Why Engage in Dialogue?
What is Dialogue?
A Sample Dialogue
Frequently Asked Questions
To Do List
|The Dialogue to Action Initiative and www.Thataway.org are ?2001 by Sandy Heierbacher and Andy Fluke.||?|
|Last updated Tuesday, January 1, 2002 11:03 AM||?|