Have you ever wanted to take part in an honest, respectful conversation about race?
Milton Dialogues: Building Race Relations
Share your thoughts, feelings and experiences around ethnicity, race and community and hear those of others.
People who live or work in Milton are invited to register now to participate in a four- session dialogue series conducted by experienced co-facilitators. We will gather on four Monday evenings in October and November: October 17 and 24, and November 7 and 14.
All sessions will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Milton Public Library, 476 Canton Avenue, Milton MA 02186.
Why do it?
Lack of comfort and familiarity with other groups can hold us back as a society/community. This dialogue can provide participants with a chance – in some cases, for the first time – to really understand where people from other ethnic and racial groups are “coming from” and experience relationships that enable neighbors to work together for a better Milton.
Registration is limited to 20 participants, first-come, first-served. When this group fills up, we plan to schedule additional groups later! We aim to form groups that reflect Milton’s racial and ethnic diversity.
A commitment to attending all four sessions is requested as each session builds on the prior one, enabling participants to build understanding.
Send an email to [email protected] or call 617-922-0191.
Please provide us with:
- Your Name;
- Email Address;
- Phone Number;
- Whether You Live or Work in Milton;
- the Racial Group you most closely identify with
(to help us assemble a diversely balanced group of participants as mentioned above).
To register or for information: [email protected] or 617-922-0191.