Mid-Atlantic Facilitators Network
Conversations about racial justice often involve hearing viewpoints that differ from your own, and have the potential to evoke deep emotions. One approach to facilitating such conversations is called Deep Democracy, a method developed in South Africa during the transition from apartheid to democracy. We’ll hear from two Deep Democracy practitioners, Maya Townsend & İpek Ütün, and discuss how the method’s basic principles of ensuring everyone can say what they think, and hear from others who disagree with them, lends itself to the tough conversations we need to have around racial equity and justice.
Please note that this is for MAFN members only and there is limited space, so please register early.
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