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Great minds discuss ideas, average minds discuss events, small minds discuss people.
attributed to Anna Eleanor Roosevelt (1884 – 1962)

What are Community Conversations?  We can answer that by also asking what’s the most effective method for involving an entire community involved in a big vision; healing a community, or; simply re-energizing a community which has lost purpose or meaning?


One method which has worked effectively in the past is structured Community Conversations.  CC's are gatherings for in-depth civil discourse (conversation intended to enhance understanding) in a community conversation the engagement is designed to be respectful, constructive, inclusive, collaborative, solution-focused and conducive to empowering healthy engaged communities.


Community Conversations provide a unique space in which people come together for thoughtful discussion and dialogue about shared values—past, present, and future.  


Since very few curricula teach us how to correctly structure a meaningful conversation, a simple methodology is needed and that is what we offer. Using this process, you will find that meaningful conversation is not only possible, it is, in fact, deeply appreciated, and for many participants the process is often transformational. Participants have expressed surprise that it was possible to “go so deep” with people they did not know and expressed gratitude for the experience.

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Updates on upcoming HOST Community Conversations  will be posted in March 2024

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Intergroup bridge building is a delicate task demanding high quality facilitation. A skilled facilitator is vital to shaping participants’ overall experience. Call on us to help in leading a group dialogue or political education.  We can help you find (or train) qualified, caring experiental, facilitators to successfully carry out your gathering.

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Studying recent protests and organized actions that had occurred across the US - it was important to facilitate conversations for building bridges among folks of different backgrounds and persuasions allowing open & free exchange of ideas.

Bringing together leaders and participants of protests after an event is an excellent way to share insights learned.



Communities of Practice (CoPs) provide a unique opportunity for CC facilitators to join peers across the country to dig deeper into specific areas of engagement practice. Through discussions, joint activities, resource sharing, and relationship building, participants develop a repertoire of resources, skills, and knowledge to use in their practice. Above all, the CoPs provide a great space to communicate and share strategies with like-minded individuals from across the country! Apply today to host a spring 2024 Community of Practice on a topic of your choice. We welcome proposals for CoPS that focus on any area of engagement.

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